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The last three years have not been easy for Nora Hazard, but she's been able to create a new life for herself. Since becoming orb-Bonded, she's managed to survive, then thrive. She's mastered her power and grown up during her time as a soldier, even experiencing love.

But circumstances will force Nora to make new choices. Her deal with a powerful demigoddess is coming to an end, bringing new opportunities and new dangers - including secret information about her painful, mysterious past. Her loyalties will be put to the test.

Unfortunately, despite her survivor mentality, her luck is terrible. Trouble seems to follow her wherever she goes. After uncovering a massive plot that directly threatens everything she holds dear, she will be forced into a struggle that pushes her to her very limits.

For Nora Hazard, nothing is ever simple, but she made a promise to someone important to never give up. She's been wounded in spirit and body, but remains unbroken. Anyone or anything that picks a fight with her or threatens her friends may come to regret it, even a dark god.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Blaise Corvin (P)2019 Tantor

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The End of Series, the Beginning of More

First, Emily is a delight of a narrator and has brought Nora to life in a magical way!

Second, if you have not read Delvers LLC, Adventure Capital which is the third Delvers novel I suggest you do so. This series ties directly into that one and there are major spoilers for Delvers in this book!

Blaise Corvin takes one final swing with the character Nora Hazard, a woman who has journeyed from back alley nobody to being a force of nature legend-the-making, and knocks it out if the park to close out Nora's solo story! As Nora's powers have grown so has her foes. She no longer faces simple street gangs and instead now holds the line against forces that would turn ordinary adventurers to jelly. From monsters of other worlds to monsters of her own past the rogues gallery is stacked for this tale!

Ince again Emily Beresford brings the gruff and at times downright unpleasant Nora to life with a stunning performance to close the series. From flat dialogue of a soldier to internal monologues verging on tears Emily's range is on full display. And that final villian! Hoho, a treat for any fan to hear!

Blaise's Delvers and Nora books both take place in the Artifice Universe and as of this book are more intertwined than ever. His story and world are beautiful hellscape for conflict to play in. Will professors everywhere be assigning this work to their undergrads as an example of textbook style and prose? No. Will those who enjoy GameLit be thoroughly entertained and engrossed. Yes!

If you've enjoyed the LitRPG or GameLit genres at all then these two series are must read books and this audio is a crowning conclusion to one character's journey before the entire universe takes a new turn...

... and NOTHING will be the same!

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Really enjoyed

Nora still is a bit of an idiot, she makes mistakes and forgets to think about the big picture sometimes. But in the end she does pull herself together and fights for the greater good. She is a little bit overpowered, but not too overpowered like the Delvers team. I think Henry or Jason would beat her, she won't get destroyed, but it would be a good battle. Looking forward to what happens next now that both series have converged.

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Blaise Corvin's best book yet

On an increasingly respectable list of publications by Blaise Corvin, Accounts Payable stands out. Nora Hazard is a character that is fun, exciting, and very real in a way most LitRPG books don't explore. Corvin is not afraid to have characters with flaws, and he's not afraid of hard topics. I spent the whole book rooting for Nora with all my might. AP is Corvins best book to date and I can't wait to see what he does next.

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Still a horrible main character

Same difficult main character to enjoy as book 2. She gain even more power and experience but still has the narrow inexperienced mindset from book 1. It's like she never learns or grows from fights and interactions. Alright plot but stick to Delvers LLC unless you like listening to a whining complaining socially awkward hero that plateaued in book 1

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Just as good as is hoped it'd be!

Great work Blaise Corvin and team! I know you had council while writing this. That dedication and hard work was worth it. Emily Beresford, you really brought these characters to life in an awesome way. Thank you for your efforts ❤️.

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An intriguing anti-hero MC that doesn't learn...


I've listened to all 3 books in this series. Blaise Corvin certainly created interesting and unique characters. I love the decisions Nora makes regarding her abilities. That said, after 3 books, I've decided I don't really like this character, which is pretty disappointing because I rather loved the characters in the Delvers LLC series. It's like as the books go on, she gets dumber and dumber. It really should be the other way around. Here are my issues:

1) The main character is a loaner through and through. I thought this would change in book 3. It didn't. She shuns anyone that gets close to her and is pretty much an a$$hole. I think the author confused strong female MC with "whining, mean person that constantly lies to herself". This series really does a disservice to strong female leads.

2) The book interrupts the flow of dialogue between characters with Nora's inner monologue. This is immensely disruptive to flow.

3) The character is a confusing jumble of false humility and ego. It's agonizing. She keeps saying "I'm no rotting hero" over and over. And she's right. She just does less bad than the villains in the book. In fact, she's a straight up murderer. I've no issue with killing in self defense, but there are a number of occasions where she just murders for plain revenge. Regarding her ego, many of the fights where she gets bloodied and hurt are because she lets herself get surrounded. It's just idiotic. If it was once or twice, that's fine....but she just. keeps. doing. it.

4) The main character's battle cry is literally her name. I'm sorry, but that's just straight up cheesy. Even after 3 books and a great effort by the narrator, this never stopped being cheesy.

I find myself in a weird position. Normally, I give reviews like this mostly because I disliked the story or the tropes or other technicalities of the book. With this series, I rather enjoyed the story even if the MC is pretty moronic. In many ways this was supposed to be a coming of age story for Nora. With an hour to go in book 3, I'm still waiting for her to actually come of age character wise. I'm just truly baffled.

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too many times "And it worked" for her.

"AND IT WORKED!" 😑 yall sure she didn't put a point into "plot convenience"? it's a small complaint. and it always happens in books for the story to progress. it was just overtly obvious here.

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Revenge Of The Hazzard

I just finished this book and I'm still taking it all in to be honest with you. Nora's hero journey concludes three years after book 2. Don't worry about the time skip this is like Return Of The Jedi the time skip needed for the character to wrap up all the plot lines in a very satisfying way. Blaise took twice the time as normal to write this homecoming and conclusion and it shows. I don't want to give away any spoilers but this book as possibly the best most emotional fight I've ever experienced in any medium. I really loved this one.

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good book

when everything turned out for the good in the end. I highly recommend this book.

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pew pew rotting pew

All I definitely like the way the book wrapped up and tied into the main story. There were times when I needed to convince myself that I had to finish it. On the one hand the author's insistence of using curse words like rotting and Earth slang but replacing them with ridiculous words is so forced to the point that it is either confusing or annoying. Nora obviously knows how to use the F word and yet uses rotting so often that it drives me up the wall and sounds utterly ridiculous. 1 of the main issues that I have is her over reliance on that stupid death rain pew pew. All I hear about the entire book is how using the weapon will drain her and how she can't use the weapon again or How she just used it and can't. It is a very lazy writing technique that in every single combat she can pull out a ring that instantly kills anyone. It ruined a lot of fights for me instead of using this the author could have developed her character in a 100 different ways and expanded on her powers like with Jason and Henry. I cannot stand the fact that she screams hazard like a moron. It is not clever and stupid and the narrator actually makes it unbearable. Lastly Nora spends so much time whining. she's an utter badass yet cries about everything. bery smart yet does idiotic things and then goes....oh I should know better. for example complaining about not being a rotting hero was cute at first. by the end of the book it was beyond annoying. just shut up nora. my favorite part of the book is when it reaches the delvers. blaise is better than this. thankfully i got through it.

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  • james mcadam
  • 11-14-19

awesome end to the series

loved it great as always .narration was great and the story had me gripped all the way through

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  • Claudio Silva
  • 10-27-19

Book 3 of an amazing story

What an amazing book and series. Truly well developed character with amazing world. Ready for more with Delvers LLC. Congratulations to Emily on a superb performance reading this book.

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  • 10-24-19

Amazing story

The performer was okay. But I honestly don't understand why she make every other sentence sound like after thought

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  • 10-23-19

a really great listen

thoroughly enjoyed the third book in Noras story, if you haven't read the first two get them now!