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Life After: The Complete Series

Narrated by: Vanessa Moyen, Adam Gold
Series: Life After , Book 1-4
Length: 31 hrs and 2 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (48 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This box set includes all four books in the Life After series by USA Today best-selling author Julie Hall. That’s over 31 hours of action-packed, high-stakes, swoon-worthy fantasy adventure. Save money on this Amazon best-selling series by purchasing this special bundle deal!

Death is only the beginning.

I have a lot to learn when I wake up in the afterlife. Never mind that my memories have been erased, but being assigned as a demon hunter, um...yeah, I don’t think so. Physical activity and I aren’t on speaking terms.

Making my supernatural headache worse is my infuriating trainer, Logan. Sparks fly between us immediately - the kind created by our swords and personalities as we clash in and out of the training center.

Just when I think my life - or rather, afterlife - is all punch, stab, rinse, and repeat, I find myself the wielder of the most powerful sword in existence. Sure, it might be cool to ash demons with a single swipe of my weapon, but now Satan is gunning for me.

Logan is the only one I can turn to for help. But the guy has secrets. So until I figure out what they are, I might just be on my own.

My name is Audrey Lyons, and my afterlife is shaping up to be a hot mess and a half.

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Fans of The Mortal Instruments, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Supernatural won't want to miss out on all the twists and turns in this YA fantasy journey.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Julie Hall (P)2019 Julie Hall

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Unbelievable series

This series was an emotional rollercoaster. I laughed and cheered, then I'd cry, then get frustrated. I was all in with these characters. Lots of poignant moments. This book was different than I thought it was going to be,but so much better.
Logan and Audrey have a love for the ages.
I hate I can't leave a thorough review, but don't want to give anything away.

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Bible study

interesting concept and the plot was fair but it got so characters were basically preaching the gospel. if this is what you want in a book, I think it was well done. showing how her relationship with God affected her life (afterlife). it was just way too heavy handed for my tastes and beliefs. wish there was more warning about that aspect before I spent money on it. couldn't even finish

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less preaching. more demon slaying

I am 8 hours into 30+ hours . I like the premise of good vs evil, But I am trying to hold on long enough to get past the preaching. For me, it would be much better to allow the reader to know that God is there without extended preaching. extended preaching....that what church is for.
ok finished. story was good but preaching was like touched by an angel on steroids...and I like touched by an angel but this was over the top

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Best narrator terrible story

Vanessa Moyen is the best but the story is terible. The aim character is a idiot who only cares about what she thinks and takes forever to figure out anything. Also the main character's guy is way to over protective. I hate the characters and the story is so stupid and predictable. Not worth the Audible credit. better story is "fallen academy" by Leia Stone. Narrated by Vanessa Moyen.

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This Series Has My 💗

I absolutely love this series!! It's up lifting, thought provoking and will touch your heart, soul and mind is so many different ways!! These characters are each so uniquely detailed and will tug upon your heart. I never wanted to listen to those last few precious words. Julie Hall is such a gifted author! Her words are timelessly beautiful and they will stay with you well after you've set the audiobook aside. I could not recommend her work enough and she is most definitely a one-click writer! Do not hesitate to pick up this gorgeous set, you will not be disappointed!! The narration was beautiful and chill inducing! Gives you a whole new perspective on the characters and what's happening!!

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It's the whole "Holy Cheeseballs!" series!

I say that because my response to every book was a shout of incredulity. "Holy Cheeseballs!" These books are UNBELIEVABLY good. Probably my second favorite series after Narnia.

When you're ranked right below Narnia in my opinion, that's a pretty big flipping deal.

There's action, romance, drama, mystery, angels, demons, twists, and spiritual wisdom woven throughout.

And the narration? AH- MAZE-ING! I listen to a LOT of audiobooks. I've seen narration poorly done and I've seen narration fantastically done and this one definitely falls into the latter category. Both narrators (one male, one female) are excellent at what they do and I'm half-tempted to look them up just to see what else they've done!

What are you waiting for?! Quit reading my review and go listen to these brilliant books instead!

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Please Sir, May I Have Some More?

A treasure of a series from start to finish.

This series speaks to my heart in ways that no other series could. From the flawed but moldable characters, the fierce determination our main girl, Audrey, displays, the adventure that unfolds at exactly the right pace to keep me hooked and begging for more. It's hard to sleep when you find a series like this. The narrators knocked this book outta the park HARDCORE. Especially Adam Gold in his portrayal of LOGAN. Also, can we take a moment to talk about how this ENTIRE SERIES was available for ONE CREDIT?! How? Why? What did I do to deserve this? I would buy this series ten times over!

The final book contained twists that I couldn't see coming and made me want to throw the book across the room, while running after it and hugging it the moment I pick it up and apologize profusely to it.

If you like dragons, fiery swords, kick-butt heroines, a group of friends with a tight bond, and a super swoon-worthy guy... THIS SERIES IS FOR YOU! Also, if you enjoyed The Mortal Instruments or Buffy THIS IS FOR YOU!!

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Acaptivating and warming story all in one box set

Voice: The female voice of the trilogy is a good fit for the story, easy to listen to and not confusing or anything since the different characters all have their own sort of voice. I love that she did the whole trilogy, well, the main three books that is.
The male voice for the companion story took a while to get used to after listening to the female voice for the first two books. But it wasn’t bad and easy to follow after getting used to. Just the fact that he pronounced ‘ichor’ completely different was a bit of a let down but otherwise the deep voice suited Logan and the different voices for the other characters were a plus, even if it was very different from what you’ve been getting used to by the female voice.

Huntress: 5 stars: I didn’t quite know what to make of this book. The blurb made Audrey out to be this girly girl, the whole “she’d rather discuss the color of her nails than break them on angelic weapons” was an exaggeration in my opinion. Sure, she’s not on board with being assigned the hunter job but more out of doubt than out of annoying “don’t wanna break my nails” type things. I do think that being so infuriated with het mentor Logan is what drives her to go trough the training. Not that she had any say in the matter but still, she’s more fierce than the blurb gave her credit. Naturally I did enjoy this book, the growth that Audrey makes is not too much or too little so very enjoyable and believable.

Warfare: 5 stars:
For me, this was the most epic one, since Audrey had to train a lot first, it wouldn’t make sense to let her deal with demons the entire first book. In this book there is more action. I have to say that this is one of the few books where I don’t find the “being clueless” factor annoying. It’s more a sort of a blunt “act first, think later” kind of thing than thinking through every detail that is given. Since I do think every detail through, it was a surprise for me just how clueless Audrey was at times and to my own surprise that just made me laugh! I think that’s because it fits her character so well, but that’s just a guess. This book had some hilarious parts that had me curling up in silence completely so as to not wake up anyone (it was night at the time). But they were hilarious.

Logan: 5 stars:
I found the companion story about Logan a great addition to the story. It was nice to get to know Logan a bit better and see how his ordeal made him in the Logan we know from the trilogy.

Dominion: 4 stars: This book was good, although I’d rather seen the story evolve in another direction. Ultimately the story felt whole so I enjoyed it nontheless. It did resolve around faith and believing a bit more than the previous books so if it were to offend you by reading the (main) character needing to have faith, this might not be your book or series rather. With the faith and believing part, it feels like a warming story, even if you don’t believe the same things described in these books. And of course, the hunter-parts provide the action again like with the previous books.

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makes one think

wow what a great series.
at first it was slow but that's how it is when getti g the back story.... after that it picks up and you stay on a rollercoaster cheering crying and waiting to hear what happens next. I love the way the creator holy ghost and Christ are all brought in and actually show themselves and even the reader has to figure it out. all I can say is Job very well done
Thank you Julie for writing this
thank you Venessa and Adam for a great job in narrating.


please tell me there is more ro come

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fantasy meets spirituality

I just finished listening to the audiobooks for the Life After series. Such a wonderfully engaging story weaving together fantasy, faith, and love. Audrey is a captivating main character, and it is easy to fall in step with her journey. Each of the books adds layers and new dimensions to Audrey's time learning about herself, her spirituality, and her relationships with those around her.

Honestly, I was not a big fan of the narrators using multiple character voices. When either narrator was speaking as a character of the opposite sex, I was immediately drawn out of the story. So much so, that I often had to pause the book, go back and listen to refocus on the words and try to ignore the voice. That feature was disappointing, as the story itself was highly engaging. I do wish I had just been reading the digital book, rather than the audio.