Divine Madness

Way of the Immortals, Book 2
Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
Series: Way of the Immortals, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 16 mins
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Things are only starting to heat up for Nick Barnette.

Upon escaping the city of Nagchu, Nick and his companions barely manage to survive a surprise attack from an incredibly powerful being, one clearly not of their world. And that isn’t the only thing after them.

With Lhandon’s monastery under siege, Nick’s group must head toward the Darkhan Mountains, to the snow lion village of Dornod, in search of training and to officially reset the Path of the Divine.

Through meditation, combat, and study, Nick and his companions continue to cultivate their powers while in the village of Dornod. Their ultimate goal is to reach the Island Kingdom of Jonang, where Nick hopes to find his Marine friend Hugo, and Lhandon hopes to locate the reincarnation of the Exonerated One. 

But their enemies are also growing stronger. And it is through sheer treachery that Nick and Lhandon find themselves in a life-or-death situation, one that could end their epic saga before it has a chance to even start.

Divine Madness, the second book in the Way of the Immortals series, is a Western cultivation series weaving Bhutanese and Tibetan lore into a fast-paced action novel that xianxia, wuxia, litRPG, and progression fantasy listeners will love. 

Way of the Immortals is a portal fantasy written by Harmon Cooper, best-selling gamelit author of Death’s Mantle, House of Dolls, Cherry Blossom Girls, The Feedback Loop, and Monster Hunt NYC.

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the book was amazing. I wished they had a female voice for the females though

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Cultivating Growth

This new series from Mr.Cooper continues to impress me with his depth of knowledge and his ability to adapt historical bits in new and interesting ways. The story felt like such a quick period of time but covered a wide range of events. Some nice surprises and twists and some seriously strange and funny bits. The white birds really made me chuckle. The ending shows how he is committed to growing his characters and that they are all human and can change when forced to. I am highly anticipating the third book when it comes out in audio format. Cool powers, training and growth really define this entry I think.

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Even Better than the First Book!

Good story and Narration!

Nick and friends are back, and life in this new world is as crazy as ever! Pursued by baddies, The gang continues their journey towards enlightenment and increased power. Realizing he needs to actually learn how to fight, Nick heads to the snow-lion village in search of an instructor (as well as his girlfriend). Will the crew survive and be able to come up with a game plan?

Neil Hellegers does a good job of narrating, and bringing the characters to life.

I enjoyed this book even more than the first one!

This series is an interesting twist on the typical cultivation theme.

I can't wait to find out what happens next!

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I can't wait for next book this is one of my favorite series out of all the books I have read

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Mildly entertaining

The main character is an idiot who thinks he’s smart and the all of the support characters are two dimensional at best. The entire plot depends on stupid mistakes and deus ex machina which makes this a difficult story to enjoy

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This is really terrible. Pretty much much nonsense repeating itself over and over. Also people getting tortured a lot. Do not buy this book.

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  • 01-21-20

Divine Madness

Harman Cooper is a bloody brilliant author and I got to say I'm enjoying this book greatly. I Love the characters of this book this book is a must to listen to and owned and with the voice acting talents and skills of Neil Hellegers who's narration makes the characters and world come alive 12/10 stars.