• Auger and Augment

  • Blood of the Boundless, Book 1
  • By: Wilson A. Bateman
  • Narrated by: Brian Avers
  • Length: 11 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Auger and Augment

By: Wilson A. Bateman
Narrated by: Brian Avers
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Publisher's summary

Things have gotten so heavy in Nathan's life, even books aren't enough of an escape. So, when the powers-that-be decide citizens will be able to live in a virtual reality fantasy world, it seems like the perfect solution for an angsty teen. No more teachers, no more books, no more parents' dirty looks.

Nothing's ever that easy though, and trying to game the system leaves Nathan stuck halfway between player and NPC, able to see mana and direct its flow, but unable to cast any spells of his own. On top of that, the five kingdoms of The Boundless are ready for an all-out war. All they've needed was a ready supply of immortal warriors....

©2018 Wilson A. Bateman (P)2020 Wilson A. Bateman

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it was good

it was good but it was a little depressing. the slavery is just sick 🙂

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