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Beyond the Shadows

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Brent Weeks

Narrated By: Paul Boehmer

Publisher: Tantor Media

Date: November 2009

Duration: 22 hours 45 minutes

Summary:

In this action-packed conclusion to the Night Angel Trilogy, the assassin Kylar Stern faces an assignment that might prove impossible even for his deadly skills-kill a goddess.

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  • lucas s

    this series is the tits i cant beleive there are only 3 books it would be nice to see old boy through other immortal lives

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Limor Yakoni-Blum

    Loved the book and the narrator. This is the third and last book of the series, all three books are well written , the plot is interesting and surprising.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Josh p

    The series keeps getting better. I really enjoyed all 3 books

  • Ivan Skibinsky

    Good book! I hope there is another in series.

  • Robert Collett

    Absolutely amazing! I've had the privilege to enjoy the whole series and just can't get enough. Not only are the my favorite books but also my new favorite narrator!

  • Challen Figone

    A lovely end to the series. Bittersweet really, but admirable.

  • Amanda Fitzwater

    This series has had me captured since the first portion of the first book. I'm not going to lie, some of the moments had me crying, it is not a light tale, but it is a great plot line. I absolutely loved the narration.

  • Catalino Tolejano

    I enjoyed all three books and the narration was superb! There are some really good moments to this book as the characters individually spiral through their lives, but I felt wanting more at the end. Not that it was a terrible end, but I felt it left too many individual challenges/conflicts/stories open as if there will be a 4th. If so, then great, but it has been pretty clear that 3 was it.

  • Chaz Roe

    The only thing as good as this book is the previous two. I appreciate the dialog, attrition to detail, and sheer captivation of the story and it's characters. I found my wallet's contents in peril as I scrambled for the next books. My only qualm is that this is the finale, the end. But how do you end what is immortal? Give us one more featuring and ancient adversary of the black kakari itself.