• Drums of War

  • Blue Phoenix, Book 3
  • By: Tinalynge
  • Narrated by: Scott Merriman
  • Length: 20 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (326 ratings)

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Drums of War

By: Tinalynge
Narrated by: Scott Merriman
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Publisher's Summary

Stepping out from the Dungeons of the Divine, Hui Yue found himself in a world unlike anything he had ever seen before.

This was a dog-eat-dog world where he had to fight to prove his worth. With Lan Feng by his side, Hui Yue continues his adventure, soaring toward the heavens, towards the world where people will sing songs about his achievements and fear his overwhelming strength.

©2021 Tinalynge (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Loved it

I loved this series so much its crazy i love how this book was basically only about character progression

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Repetitive, bland, repetitive, and repetitive.

Author repeats the same descriptions over and over like hes writing a high school essay with a minimum word count. Anytime anything remotely interesting happens it is followed or interrupted by a half dozen random characters telling us how amazing or impossible it is. We aren't given a reason to care about any characters and without the support characters from the first two books it becomes painfully obvious how bland the mc is. By the last few hours of this book i just wanted it to be over.

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Loved the book road trip was lit

JUST REALLY FUN AND INTERESTING (NOT ENOUGH WORDS BUT I CANT THINK OF MORE 14

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A lot of repeating

Literally repeating sentences. I know that is the style at times but it was getting a little lazy I guess. He progressed a lot, but it wasn’t anything great. I love these books, but make the progression better. The MC can literally do anything.

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amazing book

the author and the narrator has done an amazing job on the book can't wait for the next one

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Brutal with a big slice of awesomeness!!

This book was no holds barred to the storyline and leaves you salivating for more! Well performed and an amazing 3rd book in the series.

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So many missed opportunities..

This book was hard to finish. The MC has so many powers and he never uses them. The beast army is supposed to be inspired by Sun Tzu but their tactics amount to ‘charge’. No beast abilities brought to play. MC creates siege devices that were unknown in this world and doesn’t use them. I just kept screaming “oh, come on”.

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drums of War

ahh this book is so great hmm now am gonna listen to book 4 it's already downloaded

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This was bad.

The preceding books were not great, but they could be enjoyed. This book was just too bad.
Normally, there is no such thing as an objectively bad piece of art, as taste is subjective. I, however, think there is one thing a story can be objectively judged by; internal consistency.
This book is filled with internal inconsistency.
It's so prevalent and the story leans so hard on them that it was impossible for me to enjoy this story.

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amazing

keep it up love this series if you like a book that will keep youe interest get this series

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  • Travis
  • 05-29-21

good as allways

another good book but not surprised because of the condemning the heavens Series this author is very good at writing a compelling story

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-31-21

Not as good as the previous 2 books

Disappointing!

Usually an author improves with each book. Not the case with this one. I'm wondering if it is a conglomeration of authors, each book being written by a different person, rather than a single author.

The storyline is well thought out, with solid characters and events, however, the writing style is verbose, with endless repetition of details. It is like a teenager with limited experience has written it.

The narrator has done an admirable job which kept me going to the end.

Note to author: if you are going to write, at least learn the correct grammatical use of the language. "Which" is for objects, "whom" or "who" is for people.