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Shonen's past in the infernal realms tortures him to this very day. The haunting memories have driven him to train in ninjutsu his entire life, seeking a way to defeat his cursed rival: the Shogun's heir. Now, an old enemy from his past appears and offers him a chance to finally settle the score with the heir once and for fall...in the ultimate duel. 

Kai's present is bleak: He's scrawny, pimply, has no athletic ability, no money, and he sucks at school, at gaming, and especially with girls. However, he's about to find out that his past is not what he's been told, and he doesn't realize just who he is...or what he is. 

Immortal Ninja Academy is a new series inspired by anime such as Naruto, Demon Slayer, and Ninja Scroll, as well as academy series such as Harry Potter and My Hero Academia. For mature audiences only. 

Includes tactical, yet visceral fight scenes; explicit love scenes, with a good dose of romance; and cultivation of internal powers, similar to wuxia and gamelit.

©2019 Marco Frazetta (P)2020 Podium Audio

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  • UnlimitedWaifuworks
  • 07-08-20

I can't, not to rude but... i can't.

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THEY CAN'T EVEN PRONOUNCE JUTSU OR ONI CORRECTLY. IT URKS MY SOUL. LIKE BAD DUBS(IT'S THE GODAMN JELLY FILLED DONUT'S ALL OVER AGAIN). it's easy to misunderstand words when you mispronounce a word that sounds like another when you don't have to.

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  • Ulices
  • 13-08-20

Good performance, to bad Mc I a simp

Great performance from the narrator but the MC is to much of simp for me to like, thats really it but it’s through out the whole book, him just simping, and I have no respect for people like that, so I guess you could say I have no respect for the MC

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  • damien0498a
  • 31-07-20

great start

good start but had some problems with how dumb the mc would get out of nowhere. and for the love of god please stop sounding out the action or when someone is surprised. even if the author wrote it messes up the narration

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  • Travis
  • 08-08-20

Adolescent power fantasy

Not quite bad enough to return, but I'll probably not buy the sequel.
Writing from 2 points of view was irritating to listen to, personally.
Seems to be written by a 19 year old anime lover.

The narration was fine but nothing noteworthy

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  • C. Cuzzort
  • 07-12-20

Odd by good

This one was odd but good. It took me a little bit to get into it due to the POV it’s written in, and the narrators being different from who I’m used to. Eventually though, maybe around a hour, I started enjoying book. I’ve always enjoyed Ninja stuff so it was interesting to read a story about it.

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  • marionjones
  • 26-10-20

A delightful entertaining book

I thoroughly enjoyed the book and performance of the narration! I’d gladly buy the next one in the series.

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  • David Wesley douthit
  • 15-10-20

great book!

awesome book ready for the next! keep up the good work! kudos to the author

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 06-10-20

ehh

it was a decent story i plan on listing to the next book,but the 15 min sex scenes got old real quick...

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  • Dan Q
  • 25-09-20

Anime in a book!

This story has all the cool anime tropes you could want. Epic battles, unlocking powers, training montages, steamy waifus. It’s got it all!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-08-20

its an acquired taste

took me like three chapters to get into it. With all the jumping between Koga and Kai it was a tad bit hard to follow. the fighting and ninja arts reminded me of Naruto (in which I love). Nice character development tho. overall it was a good story.

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  • OB
  • 29-07-20

Solid first entry but not without a few issues

This book really does feature a Ninja academy, so if you like Katana's, back flips, ki infused fireballs and relationships, this is a fun, well written book with decent characterisation throughout.

The main issue I had is I didn't really care for one of the protagonists, Shonen's story doesn't really change (beyond upgrading his sword a couple of times) and I found myself skipping his chapters just because I didn't really care about his character much. (driven by vengeance? Why? What did Kai ever do to him? Doesn't make much sense, don't really care about his motives, has little influence over Kai's story) - I get that it's *foreshadowing* stuff for future books, but honestly, if your like me and your not a fan of multiple POV's, feel free to skip some of Shonen's longer chapters.

The narration for both characters is good, although I would have preferred a female narrator to help differentiate female voices when there are more than one women in a scene.