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Last Heir of the North

Scions of the Black Lotus, Book 5
By: J.C. Kang
Narrated by: Natalie Naudus
Series: Scions of the Black Lotus, Book 5
Length: 4 hrs and 49 mins
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The mysterious ringleader of a deep-rooted conspiracy threatens peace and stability in the realm, and only the memories of a dead woman can unearth him. Before her death at Jie's hands, Lilian left clues to her many secrets. Among them is the identity of a rebellion's leader.

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excellent addition

this book gives more insight into Lilian and her motives past and "present". Another excellent book in this series. Worth reading and/or listening to.

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  • Rob Hayes
  • 11-26-19

A complex weaving of events and superbly written

This is the 5th novella in JC Kang's Legends of Tivara novellas and is up there with the 1st novella in terms of quality, story, and characters.

I've listened to them all so far (the narrator has done a fantastic job), and books 2-4 were good, but never reached the lofty heights of book 1. The events taking place just seemed a bit like side quests, despite the fact that they were necessary in adding vital bits of information into the larger mystery and plot being explored within the novellas. Book 5 brings all the events of books 1-4 together in a very satisfying way.

The narrative is split between past and present, which gives us some nice insight into the villain of book 1, and the driving force behind all the events in all the books. JC Kang weaves a complex tale with this one, but handles it superbly. And there's still 1 novella left. I can't wait to experience the thrilling conclusion.

4 stars and well earned.