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Jae Hwa Lee spent her 16th year in Seoul, trying to destroy the evil immortals who had been torturing her family for centuries. The last thing she expected was to be forced to become their assassin. Trapped in the darkest part of the Spirit World as a servant to the Korean god Kud, fighting to keep her humanity and unable to contact her loved ones, Jae Hwa is slowly losing hope. Kud, god of darkness, will do anything to keep her as a pawn in his quest for power over all of Korea, her entire family thinks she's dead, and Jae's true love, Marc, believes she is lost to him forever.

When Kud sends Jae to find and steal the powerful Black Turtle orb, Jae sees an opportunity to break free and defeat Kud once and for all...but first she needs to regain Marc's trust and work with him to vanquish the darkness that threatens to overwhelm Korea. There's much to lose as Jae struggles to save the land she's come to call home.

©2015 Christina Farley. (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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I liked the first two books better

loved the first two books, as a series ending this was anti climatic. .. worth the listen, but...eh

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A few things... PLS read below ~---~---~ :

RE: the Narrator : Would have given less than a full star but wouldnt let me. Point is, She didnt/Couldnt change her voice to suit the characters(Male/Female; Accents were mixed in 1 person; etc.). Like she didnt even try to sound like guys or girls. Hope there is another book- U left it open. So thats good but please try to get someone else to Narrate it. My rating on this Series would have been more if I wasnt falling asleep. Sry... Dont mean to be so harsh. But I've read alot worse. Sry. & Good Luck on the next book. lol.. i hope.

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Overly drawn out but superior in the end

The first half really didn't live up to books 1 & 2 but then the author seemed to focus in and the second half flowed smoothly and shined with the brilliance I expected and finale exploded in excellence. The narrator continued to perform well though the deep voice of Kud just didn't make the cut as she was unable to hold it convincingly; the voice of Kunde (sp?) would have been more pleasing to the ears with only moments of the deeper Kud.

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  • M. Beldon
  • 07-15-17

Good final part to the trilogy

Despite book 2 not quite living up to the promise of book 1, this wraps up the story nicely but with a slight anticlimax for the final battle. I really liked the world created by the Korean mythology characters and this is a fun book to listen to, drawing you in till the end :)