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Accidental Traveler Box Set Volumes 1-3

An Epic Fantasy Gaming Adventure Trilogy
Narrated by: Roberto Scarlato
Length: 28 hrs and 43 mins
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Stuck in the game, a complete litRPG trilogy

Hal can't catch a break.

What can he do to turn his luck around?

Wandering through a flea market, a strange woman starts to talk his ear off. She won’t let him leave. He doesn’t want any of her junk, that is, until she pulls out a bootleg copy of a new game. Maybe he can forget his troubles for a few hours?

What happens next turns Hal’s life upside-down.

You’ll love this epic litRPG fantasy series, because every game needs a winner.

Play along with Hal as he becomes an Accidental Thief, Warrior, and Mage. It's three full-length audiobooks in one!

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Why is every protagonist stupid?

The moany Hal whines about his disappointing life until a moany wizard cons him into stepping into the role of Protector on a second class RPG world. BUT! we know he'll defeat the foes because he's put a bunch of stat into luck. So, of course, that's the story. Yawn. er Double Yawn. Don't bother = really. save your credit for book on latrines.
So it's gotten to the point where I am barracking for the bad guys. This idiot MC is too stupid to live. I have always thought that an author's job is to engage the reader to the protagonist. Did I get that right? Engage - or did we mean enrage? I can't stand it anymore. I'm getting my money back.

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  • Jason
  • 01-16-20

Excellent

Don’t think I’ve been able to say this about a book in a long time but what a great ending.
Absolutely loved it looking forward to reading about cari’s adventures.