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Publisher's Summary

Marshall Seaver and Cooper Foley have been friends through life - and death. Now the ethereal pathway between realms, known as the Morpheus Road, is in danger of being destroyed by the vengeful spirit who has become their nemesis: the ancient warrior called Damon. The worlds of the living and the dead are about to collide, forcing Marshall to make a brave and shocking decision as the two friends navigate a perilous trail that leads to a frightening realization: Damon isn’t their only enemy. Number one bestselling author and master of suspense D. J. MacHale concludes the thrilling Morpheus Road trilogy with an epic story packed with nonstop twists and breathtaking surprises in this finale to his pulse-pounding, interdimensional adventure.

©2012 D.J. MacHale (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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ending dragged on

Would you try another book from D. J. MacHale and/or Nick Podehl?

maybe

Would you ever listen to anything by D. J. MacHale again?

maybe

Would you listen to another book narrated by Nick Podehl?

maybe

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

maybe

Any additional comments?

I thought it got a bit redundant I looked the first one and most of the 2nd one better. I had hoped it would have been less battling and more people stuff.

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Wonderful.

Great book. Many twists you don't see coming. Thank you so much for putting this out there. So worth it.

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Decent/Good book, disappointed in the series...

The Blood had a decent/good story and ending to the series. The narrator did a nice job in the acting except for maybe the voice of Sydney here and there but not a big deal... Damon and Press I would say were his highlight voices. The only thing I'm disappointed in with the Trilogy is that The Light was extremely good but they didn't keep the horror. It made sense as to why MacHale didn't but when I first started reading The Light, I thought it was going to be a horror trilogy. Again the story wasn't that bad though, the only thing that bothered me and this is where a spoiler begins...

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I just didn't like the whole fact that the characters did the whole, "The enemy of my enemy" cliche. It especially didn't work well for me because of what Damon had done and they (Marsh and Coop) were willing to forgive and forget even though he was the one that started everything in the first place. I'd just feel like it would be difficult to forgive a guy who killed your best friend and your mother and terrorized you. I'm at least glad though that Marsh and Damon didn't save the day and at the end become pals like other stories i've seen, read, or heard.
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I would recommend this book to anyone who has read The Black to finish the trilogy. Overall though, I thought the previous two books were stronger than this one and definitely were more gripping (especially The Light).

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Great Series

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes i would it is a nice easy read with characters that u can connect with

Which character – as performed by Nick Podehl – was your favorite?

He did a great job on them all threw out all of the books and i like when they dont switch up readers after a book or two.

Any additional comments?

Just a all around good trilogy