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A friend in need, a fantasy game world, and a reluctant hero

Hal Dix had success at home after his initial outing into the world of Fantasma. He leveled up in both his job and at home. Everything was going fine in his life. 

Then, the mage Tildi, the Elder showed up again with news from the other world. His friend was in trouble and only he could help. Hal didn't want to be a hero, but he wasn't the sort of fellow to leave a comrade behind. 

Whisked away to the game world of Fantasma once again, Hal enters the role of the reluctant hero he thought he'd left behind. 

Join the adventure in the second book of the Accidental Traveler LitRPG fantasy trilogy. Play along with Hal and his friends in Fantasma, as he becomes the Accidental Warrior, and discovers his place as the mythical hero of prophecy.

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Book 2

I have enjoyed listening to both of these books. I will be looking forward to book 3 in the series. It’s a fun fantasy read about a person going to a fantasy world.

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It's no accident that I love this series!!!

I have to say that I am rather pleased to see the return of Hal Dix. When this book was first announced I thought it was going to center on his daughter, and revolve around her adventures inside of the world that Hal forst found his way into. That wouldn't have been bad, but you kind of get to know Hal pretty well, and you like him. Alot. His daughter would be fine for a second series, but I really want to see how this plays out with my man Hal.

The book itself does sort of follow the same path as the first one, there is a prophecy, and Hal gets pulled back in to help out. Oddly, he has no memory of the prophecy, even though he knew about it in the first book. This is where I begin to suspect that the book really did originally focus on his daughter, nd they modified everything to fit Hal. That being the one very small piece that they missed. No big deal.

I also get that Hal was "reset" when he reentered the land of magic, but I would have liked to have seen him build upon some of his old thieving skills, but you have to stick with the premise, so he now gets to play the part of a fighter, rather than skulking in shadows. I must admit, as much as I missed the burglary Hal, I quite enjoyed his turn at being a warrior. The Davis Duo really know how to craft a story, and have a flair for action and adventure. I can't wait to see what they come up with next, I believe that they have the Accidental Mage planned. If they go further, I would love to see their take on an Accidental Bard. Anyway, even though the story does mirror the first book in several ways it still comes off fresh and fun. Swords are brandished and battles rage, and poor Hal is right there in the middle of it all.

Hey, one of my favorite narrators is back, Mr. Roberto Scarlato, and he cotinues to do an amazing job. Scarlato, and awesome author in his own right, has some major vocal skills and he knows how to pace a story, set a mood, and splash some emotion into a line when t is called for. I always enjoy listening to him, and hope that he sticks with this series. Book one was where I was first introduced to his narration, and since then I've really gone out of my way to listen to things that he's done. Listen for a little bit, and you'll be peeking into his catalog too!

I do appreciate the cover, something few people ever discuss, but it isn't nearly as cool as that of the Thief or Mage book. It just comes off like a city guard scanning the horizon, and so is kind of generic. Sorry, it is nice to look at, but does not make you say "Holy Cats!" That's a shame, since the cover is what draws most people in to inspect the book.

The series is really shaping up nicely, and I really have to say that you are missing out if you haven't read any of it yet. It's no accident that I enjoyed the heck out of this book, oh, and while it is made for adults I can see no reason why kids couldn't listen to this book at all. It is good for the whole family, if you don't mind a main character who gets a little stabby! Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.

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a great second book

such a great book. and good ending. of course I already want the next book in the series.

and I also need spin offs for the non main characters!!!

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Another great adventure

In the first book, he traveled to the world and became a thief, gaining thief skills as he traveled around and proceeded to overthrow the oppressors in the city, leveling up attributes (brawn, wisdom, speed, ridiculously high luck etc) and thief skills like acrobatic dodge, taunt, backstab, etc. In this, he goes back and situation needs him to travel as a solider, so he changes his class to warrior, keeping all attributes, but losing all thief skills (until he matches the same level of experience as his thief class. Then all becomes unlocked). I've really grown to like this series. While the first one was a lot simpler steamrolling a lot of situations with crazy amounts of luck, in this one things get a lot harder, with much more dangerous situations, highly skilled/strong enemies with magic weapons, and large scale fights. The characters are pretty likeable and the main character already has a wife and kid, so they basically seal away any sort of romance side story that might complicate things. In the 3rd book, he becomes a mage. It's a pretty fun series to get into.

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Great sequel to the first book

I really enjoyed this book. I thought the narrator did a great job too. I really hope the further books of this series are as well thought out.

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pretty good, could be longer.

this read like two short non descript stories in 1 mediocre book. the first was better.