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- Delvers LLC, Book 2
- By: Blaise Corvin
- Narrated by: Jeff Hays
- Length: 9 hrs and 31 mins
Henry and Jason somehow survived being kidnapped to Ludus, a monster-filled, sword and sorcery world. They managed to make friends, pay their rent, and they even founded their own adventuring business, Delvers LLC. Unfortunately, by overcoming the odds and creating a reputation for themselves in such short time, monarchs and nobles have taken notice of the two men from Earth. Foreign, deadly struggles may be unavoidable for Delvers LLC.
Not as good as book one, jarring but still interesting enough to get book 3 and see if the author made the same mistakes again
- By Dante Mekaj on 03-02-18
Danger: SJWs ahead!
Complete waste of time and money. I don't read fantasy for SJW crap about how American culture sucks, you get plenty of that junk on the nightly news. No plot advancement after chapter 12 just lots of mindless SJW talking points.
If you want to stand on a soap box and preach at people about how their country sucks then start writing non-fiction.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful
The Way into Darkness
- The Great Way, Book 3
- By: Harry Connolly
- Narrated by: Michael Kramer
- Length: 13 hrs and 43 mins
What was once the Peradaini Empire is now a wasted landscape of burned, empty cities and abandoned farmlands. The Blessing, now more numerous than ever, continues to spread across the continent, driving refugees to the dubious safety of the city walls. Unharvested crops mean that few strongholds have enough provisions to last the winter, although most know the grunts will take them before starvation will. But hope survives.
Both interesting and exciting through the end
- By Sailfish on 10-15-16
I really did enjoy the series and almost feel bad for the 3 stars, but the ending was terrible. There was no big climax in the story, the story just ends... I really think that this series should have had a 4th book to wrap up the story. The last half or so of this book felt more like the author was forcing a lead up to the end to the story while also including major plot elements he did have time for.