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Nirvana Rebirth

Dual Sword God, Book 1
Narrated by: William Turbett
Length: 5 hrs and 51 mins
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In the Bright Flame Kingdom, there exists a small town known as Machen Town. A boy of age 15 called Feng Yu was beaten to death by the son of the Xiang Clan. Upon his death, a soul that seemed to have traveled through time and space quickly took over the body. It was the soul of a martial arts expert from another world also bearing the name of Feng Yu. Seeing that he has been given a second chance of life he decided to take his new identity and his family with him on his journey to the peak of martial arts. This is the story of the Dual Sword God.

Book 1 has been edited as of November 24, 2018.
 

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Love it

Love this type of Manga , now I get to listen to it. Awesome! Can't wait for more to come out.

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If you like shounen anime, you'll like this.

If you are a fan of Dragon Ball or Inuyasha or any action packed anime with a fantasy element to it, you'll like this book.

In the vein of the genre of novels where the protagonist is born/brought into a new world unlike their original, this one has a unique twist in how the protagonist enters the world. The world itself takes many elements from Ancient China, it seems, in both geography, aesthetics and customs/traditions.

The fighting is very anime, with some characters blocking attacks with just their fingers and then just shrugging it off. It seems that, if the series continues, the main style of fighting the protagonist will be employing is sword fighting, which makes sense given the title of the book, though he doesn't begin using the style until after halfway through the book, and even then he doesn't come out of it as a master of the blade, even noting that he needs to continue cultivating his sword art to higher stages.

The narrator does an excellent job of switching between the characters in the book, from the protagonist, to some boss monsters, to demons, and everything else.

If you like the action genre then you'll like this book.

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It was a decent book

I enjoyed the story, but the ending was just wrong.😲 I was waiting for the tournament. Where is the second book? 🙏🏽

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