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Arcane Dropout

Narrated by: Alex Ford
Length: 7 hrs and 21 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (65 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Lee Amaranth is a mystic, not a mage. In fact, he’s never cast a spell in his life. His day to day routine involves communing with unseen supernatural entities and using silver weapons to banish rampaging specters. With his sister missing, however, he has no choice but to go on a search that leads him to the locked gates of Primhaven University, a school forbidden to those untouched by arcane potential.

Luckily, if he plays his cards right, he might just have some help. A cute ghost from another century. A nerdy spellcasting prodigy. A beautiful teacher who sees right through his bullshit. It’s up to Lee to decide who to place his trust in as he formulates a plan to fake his way through classes and exams.

WARNING: This novel contains graphic sex scenes between the main character and numerous women/succubi/monster girls.

©2019 Edmund Hughes (P)2019 Edmund Hughes

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Great!!!!!

When I got this wasng sure what to expect. Not long after being the story did I realize I made the right choice. The narrator is great and the story is awsome I highly recommend getting arcane dropout.

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loved it

it started out decent then got better the only thing I wish is that the book was a bit longer with more story to it

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Dude gets too lucky

At first, I really enjoyed the book, along with it's premise. The issue is it quickly becomes apparent the mc has poor decision making and is getting lucky it hasn't caught up to him. He constantly lies about his abilities which is the only reason the plot continues. He also for some unknown reason has the full trust of his friends even after doing things that should have lost that trust, and is somehow angry and thinks people are crazy for responding in LOGICAL WAYS!!!

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Amazing narration

The narration made this a very enjoyable story, absolutely amazing voice acting. Not to say the story was lacking but i would've skimmed some of the more annoying parts, mostly the mc being incompetent.