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Anachronism, Vol. 1

Narrated by: Jacqueline Torrance
Length: 7 hrs and 56 mins
5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

They took her from me, and for that, I destroyed the world. 

They took her from me, and for that I killed everyone. 

To escape the Hell I made I sacrificed much, my own life even, and with the power of my magic, I interrupted a summoning spell, substituting myself. 

I only made one mistake. 

I forgot to check what gender the body was, but if they think that I will marry a man to carry on the family line, well, they have another thing coming. I didn't spend the past 400 years of my previous life studying magic for nothing. 

Warning: Contains explicit sex scenes of the yuri variety as well as blood and gore, but mostly just yuri....

©2018 Zak Wester (P)2019 Zak Wester

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Interesting World, Infuriating Main Character

I really liked the world this book is set in, the many different creatively named fantasy races, the school and the many worlds ideas. I'm not much a fan of main characters who think they are better and smarter and more talented than everyone else. The man stuck in the body of a woman wouldn't have worked very well for me if not for the narrator, who transforms the character much more believably than the writing would normally allow. I love the many different voices for different characters.

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Funny and interesting

A different take on the reborn in another world genre. Where the power of the protagonist is not gifted by someone else but gained through work and prior knowledge

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  • Scott H
  • El Dorado, AR, USA
  • 07-11-19

Interesting twist on the reincarnated hero genre.

This is an interesting twist on the reincarnation genre that's so popular right now. In fact, it's kind of a combination of reincarnated and summoned hero. In either case, it's not quite the same stuff that's published lately.

The characters are interesting, and Jacqueline Torrance does a wonderful job narrating. There did seem to be some minor wording errors, but whether that was a problem with the script, or a performance error is unknown. That brought my score down from five stars to four, but that really was a minor issue. I gave the story five stars because the story itself was well-written, and the world was well imagined and fleshed out.

In short, I really enjoyed listening to the story, and have no problems recommending it.

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