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  • Forsaken Immortals, Book 2
  • Written by: Tinalynge
  • Narrated by: Victoria Mei
  • Length: 9 hrs and 51 mins

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Reverse Scale

Written by: Tinalynge
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Publisher's Summary

Finding an ancient treasure was not as fortunate as one might expect.

As soon as Bai Rouyun had left the grave, countless sects and hidden families set out to kill her for the sake of obtaining her treasure for themselves.

After months of killing–and leaving a trail of corpses behind her–Bai Rouyun could not continue anymore. Unwilling to succumb, she gave up, throwing herself off the mountain top, taking the treasure with her to the eternal grave in the clouds. However, that treasure was anything but ordinary...

Bai Rouyun woke up in the body of a mute, deaf, and mentally challenged woman...who has just gotten married. Now, trying to get used to her new life, swearing to gain vengeance while juggling her newlywed husband is a task that genuinely requires all her wits.

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  • zap
  • 26-05-22

reverse scale

I hope she gets far in her cultivation in the next book with a strong body I hope that after she reaches the level to leave the continent she gets her revenge and grow more stronger before she leaves and I hope she gets a phoenix egg as well

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-05-22

I hope to see more just make it longer if needed.

Great story but the ending was very abrupt, seemed to almost end in the middle of a thought.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 17-09-22

I like the story

its a good story, not too much action. more of a romance, but is very tasteful, no erotica like some of these romances published nowadays.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 01-06-22

Sadly Lacking but It Shouldn't be Tossed

Dear Tinalynge,

This novel was lacking in substance and invigoration. I've noticed that your Forsaken Immortals and Rest in a Demon's Embrace series' are short, sweet, and less complicated; however, though I thoroughly enjoyed them, this particular instalment (in particular but not completely limited to), literally gave us no story, troubles to overcome or any sense of accomplishment.

I've long understood and warmed to how you insistently repeat knowledge we already know (which may be mostly a translation or editing thing), but that was almost all of what this book was. Soft romance is just wonderful in it's own right, yet it doesn't mean that there shouldn't be any of the complexity which we can see in your Condemning the Heaven's or Blue Phoenix series'. Please revisit your plot ideas and ideals. You've gotten too close to making cardboard cutout characters that go nowhere. We do not need to be educated over and over. We certainly deserve a storyline that makes sense, brings us closer and accomplishes something with each book regardless of it's length. We absolutely do not need or want an entire book (let alone a set of series!), all of internal soliloquy of a most boring and repetitive professor! What of the other characters? What of their day-to-day and external troubles. It's worse than, "Show don't tell!" It's like the ramblings of an author who just needs to fill the pages and has lost all heart!

In a romance we wish to see the bloom of love and the devotion. We desire to follow and become wrapped within another one of your world's of wonder. How will they will carry themselves and each other? Who will they bring along with them? What will they discover? What will be their plights and successes? They cannot just be perfect nor can they float along over a bed of lecture and dreary nothingness. These soft romance series have tons to draw from. There's tons of possiblity within the world's and communities.

Their stories deserve to be told and not dropped because they're not coming off well so far. You are capable and we want to continue alongside them- both set's of MC's from both romance series. Please take another look and find again the passion for storytelling and their particular sparks that set you onto these two lover's stories that needed to be told! Give us back the genuine Tinalynge genius! You will not lose your focus and triumph in the romance genre for doing so... in fact it's the only way to triumph.

Hang in there and try, try, again. Your fans are with you.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 26-05-22

Sadly not as good as book 1

Great narrator, but this book is full of filler. I started rapidly skipping looking for the few good parts

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  • Travis
  • 25-05-22

another very good series

this author is a good writer every book I listen to is very good I highly recommend all books