Asher Hearst is a college student, and the closest thing he has to a superpower is being able to take a punch. Basically all he has going for him is an edgy sense of humor - and that he can't die.
As a small-time fixer, he's about to get involved in a job best left alone. After he gets involved with witches and the supernatural, there's no turning back.
While Asher becomes more and more involved with the secret world of the supernatural, he shifts from a small-time fixer to the crux of the problem. Travel across space and time will bring him unexpected romance.
Immortal: Curse of the Deathless is a humorous, action-filled story with gritty, horror-inspiring elements. It spans multiple worlds, set in both a contemporary, urban setting, and the classic land of the Fae.
©2016 Derek James Edgington (P)2016 Derek Edgington
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"Action packed and kept me listening"
Immortals, witches, weres, fey, and other things populate this book. The main character is a young man who is immortal. I think there was a prequel I missed when he realizes this because there were several references to past events.
I did enjoy this but there were several things that prevent me from giving it 5 stars across the board. There were a few errors in either pronunciation or grammar that I noticed and distracted me. In addition to the regular blood and guts fight scenes (which I could handle), there was a torture scene which was too much for my tastes. Also, the ultimate bad guy that they ended up fighting was almost cartoonish - I liked the earlier, more believable bad guys. The book ends in an obvious "there is a sequel" coming way with some loose ends still out there. So, with those caveats in mind, I do recommend it.
"Good story, narrator killed it for me"
Couldn't finish. Writing was okay and there were original story points and good humor. The narrator is why I "put it down". Example: First half had a sex scene that could have melted steel ... if the narrator hadn't read it like stereo instructions. Acme 1990s stereo instructions, the kind with no remote, one tape cassette player and "Made in WHERE?!istan."
"Asher is in it deep"
Action Humor Interesting
Asher is one interesting guy with alot of friends and some serious enemies
Too many, I really enjoyed this story line which is alittle different from the norm.
Both, This book covers all the emotions
Please keep up the storyline and I look forward to the next one
"good book overal"
for the size of the book there is a lot going on here. really worth a listen
decent narration but storyline wandered and seemed to loose direction at times going off on tangents.
this was a very entertaining book. A lot happens in this book, it's a lot of action. but the humor of the main character Asher is the most enjoyable! I would recommend this book to those who like paranormal books.
"Unique Fantasty Series from a great Author"
The characters where all really enjoyable, the worlds were well crafted, and the plot moved quickly with plenty of action
ONE of the most memorable moments was Asher's battle with the Behemoth. I could guess what would happen but still hearing was amazing and fun
This was my first time hearing Nik Magill perform he did a decent job
I did laugh out loud a few time and found the audiobook enjoyable.
“This audio book was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”
"Creative Indie Author"
Solid Epic Fantasy
The main character.
Brings a claim and informative narrative to the story.
An epic epic fantasy...
I highly recommend this one. One of the better listens. Can't wait for the next one.
"I found painfull to listen to."
I gave up after about the 3rd chapter. This narrator is not my cup of tea.
It may be that the story deserves more than I gave it, I'll never know since I will be returning this one asap.
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