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Trorm Coldstorm is an orcish foreign exchange student attending college to learn wizardry on a football scholarship. The plan was simple. Play football, learn magic, stay out of trouble. Nothing has gone as planned.

Things are finally turning around for Trorm when Nymal's sister shows up demanding help casting an illegal and dangerous spell that can manipulate time. When both Trorm and Nymal refuse, things go horribly wrong. Now there's a monster on the loose with the ability to shove people backwards in time, reverting them to who they used to be and carrying a deep hatred for Trorm.

And one of Trorm's most trusted allies turns out to have a very dark past....

©2018 Liam Lawson (P)2019 Liam Lawson

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Still entertaining

As in any series, the first book is always the biggest 'wow' factor. I'm not exactly sure where the story line is going, but book 2 continues the mayhem and follows Trorm as he continues to develop his magic skills and his relationships with friends and his ladies. The author puts a lot of thought into the little side stories as to how each character became who they are now, so it's not just fluff thrown out to cover for a sex scene. I'm not into LGBT stuff but there's plenty of traditional intimate relationships, so it's not the main focus of the story - just part of one of the characters. Still an entertaining series.

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Solid second book

This second book was as good as the first. I enjoyed the story. It should have been longer imo The narrator did a better job in this one than she did in the first. You can tell she really put effort into trying to do a good job with it. That being said the narration still isn’t great. The narration itself still felt too rigid and broken up. I think if she focused less on the punctuation and told the story more naturally it would have been way better. Like everyone talks in everyday speech. Rather than forcing the pauses and breaks in the dialogue. The character voices still sound the same. All but the MC sound almost identical. And the accents don’t sound like anyone I’ve ever heard outside of a cartoon. I still give her a A for effort. You can tell that she did put some real effort into narrating the story. If you want to listen to a different kind of story you should give this series a try.

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do not like the political preaching in the story

do not like the political preaching in the storyline, this is a fantasy story. a escape from the problems of the world.

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More college fun!

Same pro's and cons and the last book. Great setting for a fantasy/harem world. Love the interplay of fantasy fiction with all the things that go into college. Cons: doesn't cover enough ground for my liking...(we are still not through the first year). Some LGBTQ components interwoven into the story, good to see more authors not shying away. Narration was strong (I was given a free copy of this book for an honest review)