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Overworld Chronicles Box Set: Books 1-3

Overworld Chronicles Box Sets
Narrated by: Austin Rising
Length: 36 hrs and 12 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (301 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Hundreds of thousands of copies sold. Lightning-paced supernatural action. Readers describe it as "the most original supernatural series in ages".

Meet Justin Case.

Atlanta is ground zero for a supernatural invasion. Enter Justin Case, a snarky nerd with all the sex appeal and heroic potential of a potato. That is until he comes into his demonic powers and finds out everybody hates demon spawn. The problem? He might be the last hope for uniting the Overworld and saving us all.

Sweet Blood of Mine

The origin story that started it all. Justin finds out there's a lot more to life than live-action role playing and a pursuit of nerdly adventures. Vampires, felycans, lycans, sorcerers, and Templars all exist. The problem is, Justin isn't one of them. He's something else. Something terrible. And the girl he falls in love with may be sworn to kill him.

Dark Light of Mine

Hellhounds and demon spawn are out for blood. Justin's father is marked for death.

Justin and Elyssa have to track down the mysterious person behind it all before it's too late.

Fallen Angel of Mine

During an escape from the gray men, Justin and Elyssa are stranded in Thunder Rock with a notorious Daemas, Kassallandra. They find a way out, but Justin is separated, thrown through a broken Obsidian Arch, and ends up in Colombia where he'll face his greatest challenge yet.

Meanwhile, Elyssa is captured by her father. He hates Daemos and hates Justin and wants to put her through a ritual that will erase all memories of Justin.

Death can't stop true love, but a mind wipe probably will.

The Overworld Chronicles series order:

  1. Sweet Blood of Mine
  2. Dark Light of Mine
  3. Fallen Angel of Mine
  4. Dread Nemesis of Mine
  5. Twisted Sister of Mine
  6. Dearest Mother of Mine
  7. Infernal Father of Mine
  8. Sinister Seraphim of Mine
  9. Wicked War of Mine
  10. Dire Destiny of Ours
  11. Aetherial Annihilation
  12. Baleful Betrayal
  13. Ominous Odyssey
©2014 John Corwin (P)2018 John Corwin

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The concept is good...

I really like the concept of this series and I enjoy reading teen books from time to time but there are a couple things that made me rate this below a 4. The narrator does a good job overall but slips on pronunciation occasionally which is a bit distracting. Some of his female voices are a bit odd too. Lastly, the teen romance aspects of the book are a bit overdone. That said it is a pretty good series with interesting ideas.

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  • Jenks, OK United States
  • 12-01-18

great read, great deal

I bought this because it sounded good and was a good deal. I couldn't put it down listened to the whole thing in 2 days. the narrator was excellent use of different tones and accents to capture personality. overall a good buy and I would recommend to anyone.

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Great story!

I am so hooked on this series! The author does an exceptional job with character development and his use of descriptive language paints vivid pictures in the mind’s eye of the reader. I especially like how we see vampires & werewolves as well as some new creatures that have come strait out of the author’s wild imagination.

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Written for mental midgets

This book is written for high school age kids. I liked the story line but it was written to connect with and be understood by kids. I made it through the first two books of the three book set and gave up, due to the constant unbelieveablity of the characters actions in relation to the situation they are in.

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Loved this. Cant wait to read more.

A friend recommended this series to me. Halfway through the second book I told my buddy man thank you. I loved this series and cant wait to see where this goes. Urban fantasy and vampires and magic and all has been done before but the world that Mr Corwin has created is well developed and thought out, I like the different approach, what with the main character starting out as a nerdy gamer, then comeing into his power but keeping the nerdy smartass comments and train of thought. This series is a good one and I highly recommend you give it a try.

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  • MINERAL WELLS, TX, United States
  • 10-08-18

very young adult

A pretty good book.

It is a bit too strangely skewed young adult for me though. They run around with swords and all sorts of deadly weapons and then won't kill.

The main character is a teenage jerk. he constantly changes back-and-forth from too weak to be a credible threat to suddenly competent.

The narrator is very good except for the fact that he needs to learn to pronounce many words.

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loved it

wonderful story line can't wait to start the next book. captures your attention from the beginning and holds it

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looking forward to the next books

had some funny parts
A little younger mind set. loved demons perspective. need to enter more words

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decent story line and great narrator

The narrative is based on a come to age novel, of a high school outcast, who has the heart in the right place, but not the wits or brons to do nothing to change the status quo ... and here comes the paranormal incidents, that start giving to our hero the necessary push to make a difference.
I don't like the mc since during the entire book he shows himself as a wimp. when the incidences ask for a inmidiete action, he react pretty well.. h
How if he gets time to think he is a downer, filled with negativity.
I hope that in the next book we can she an improvement on his leadership attitudes

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Good book with a compelling story

I purchased this audiobook on a whim and I wasn't let down. I was hooked within the first hour and couldn't put it down. I have seen a lot of biased reviews about this series, but it is a good book with well built characters and a somewhat rich history and mythos.

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  • matthew
  • 02-08-19

Bargain!! great series, dive straight in

i purchased this book solely on it been on offer, but i am so glad i did!!

the first book in this trio i thoroughly enjoyed, its not perfect, but it's a great listen! i felt and i guess, "understood" the main characters and i was, undoubtedly hooked! i like this style of book, and if i'm been completely honest I've been looking for something to fill the void that "the Iron Druid" books have left me with!

the second book, well there is no nice way to put this, fell kinda flat on its face to my taste! i was very disappointed, its nowhere near as good as the first book, and does feel very much like a book to tie others together and although introduced some great new characters, could have possibly been a 0.5 book, but.......

...stick with it because book 3, the story really starts to gain traction and develop! (no spoilers here) its a good listen, and very much worth listening through. yes its plenty cheesy, but i'm OK with that so yes i am enjoying the series very much. in fact when I've finished writing this brief review, i'm going to download the next 3 or 4 books in the series.

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  • Salahudean
  • 11-25-18

Might as well buy Twilight. Seriously.

Buy if you 1) are still an adolescent, or 2) if you love to roll your eyes. The series is self-indulgent teen fantasy. Could have been a great sci-fi story, but it as such heavy doses of “eye-rolling” romantic immaturity...

On principle, I try to finish every book or audiobook I start. I couldn’t finish this.

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