80AD - The Yu Dragon (Book 5 -The Final Adventure)

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This is it. The final Level of the Game.
China in 80AD is the stage for the final showdown between Phoenix and Jade and
their arch-enemy, Feng Zhudai.
But Jade is a prisoner thousands of miles away and time is running out. Low on spare lives, low on ideas and low on patience, Phoenix needs to find her and come up with a plan to defeat Zhudai before the unimaginable happens and the badguy wins More

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About Aiki Flinthart

Aiki lives in Brisbane, Australia, with her husband, (Ernest), teenage son (Leonidis - not their real names, obviously), aging dog and directionally-challenged fish.
In between being a wife, running a business full-time and helping Leonidis with homework, she squeezes in a few hobbies, including:
Martial arts, painting, writing, reading, bellydancing and playing three or four musical instruments. Occasionally she even sleeps. Very occasionally.

About the Series: 80AD
If you've ever played computer games and wished you could be your avatar, this is the series for you. When Phoenix and Jade are sucked into the game 80AD, they are no longer 14yo ordinary kids, but are now their 17yo avatars. Phoenix is a warrior and can't wait to kick-ass in a way he can't in his real life. Jade is a spell-weaver, but she just wants to get home. To do that, they'll have to play out the game and defeat the villain, Feng Zhudai. But nothing is as it seems, for this fantasy world is connected to the real world. If Phoenix and Jade fail, their world could fall to Feng Zhudai as well. And there's no unlimited re-spawns here - just seven lives. Once they're gone, you're dead. Forever. So Jade and Phoenix will have to overcome their differences and defeat monsters, druids, Romans, gods and their own fears in order to succeed.

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Review by: Rahul on Sep. 8, 2014 :
Really amazing book, although it is sci-fic but it is very informative and inspiring. Characters, story and specially ending is trully ossom. I am looking forward for next other releases. Highly recommend to all
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Review by: Machiel Bijl, van der on Nov. 23, 2013 :
Enjoyed reading it!
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Review by: Julie David on Nov. 4, 2013 :
This is the best series ever thank you soo much for making it free!!
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Review by: kenny jensen on Aug. 15, 2013 :
Out-friggin-standing series. Great read. The ending of Book 5 was perhaps a little cliche, but this was too good for a free series.
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Review by: Jeff Ping on Sep. 10, 2012 :
Excellent, I enjoyed the characters and the stories. Now that I've finished all five books I will miss the characters especially Brynn for his knack for finding things worth stealing. These were easily five of the best stories out of the hundred or so that I've read this year. Thank you very much, an again may I say they were a pure joy to read.
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Review by: John McKinnon on July 21, 2012 :
A good read follows well and even if you miss something at first you catch on quickly quite an adventure
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Review by: K.L. Bauman on July 20, 2012 : (no rating)
This is a wonderful example of taking a used idea and making it new! Wonderful story and characters. I love the "cliff-hangers" that kept me reading. As a fellow writer, I can truly say these books deserve to be published by a big nam; and yes I agree, I'd LOVE to see them on the big screen - as long as they stuck to the story and didn't change everything!! Thank you for sharing your art. :)
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Review by: Damon Trent on July 8, 2012 :
After reading this series I feel like a thief taking it without paying. This was excellent! I hated to see it come to an end. I agree with everyone else who says these should be made into movies...p.s. I did find book 4 on Amazon and was allowed to BUY it..lol..for a fraction of its worth but I still felt better..:SMILE:: and will buy book 5 even though I've read it just to say thanks to the Author in some small way.
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Review by: Raw L on June 24, 2012 :
I can't believe it's over,I really liked this series and really enjoyed reading it,it's beyond amazing!I highly recommend it
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Review by: jasmin carter on May 16, 2012 :
i loved this book just like all the other ones in the series but it makes me sad to see it go. As it turns out, all the books could be amazing movies. I know I would pay to see them.
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Review by: Master Chief on May 15, 2012 :
Awesome book, really enjoyed the series, and I'm looking forward to all other possible books.
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Review by: Lily Hawser on Feb. 15, 2012 :
I feel extremely lucky that I stumbled across this series of books once they were all published, because I'm not sure what I would have done if I had not been able to get closure. ;) The writing style of all the books is very clean and professional, a jewel amongst other Smashword finds. My only, and very minor, gripe is that I finally started to get tired of the nagging of self-doubt. I was starting to think "c'mon, get a grip and get over it!"

P.S. Did anyone else think that the use of herbs was eventually going to lead into an addiction lesson? Never happened, but I felt sure it was going to...
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Review by: K W on Jan. 25, 2012 :
Excellent adventure series!
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Review by: R. McCullough on Jan. 4, 2012 :
Just finished reading the series…………….
FANTISTIC series!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Easily could make an excellent miniseries!
Gamers – read the books.
U will not regret it.
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