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Battle Harem

Narrated by: George Newbern
Length: 18 hrs and 3 mins
4 out of 5 stars (273 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Trapped in the uninhabitable zone with three machine women. All of them very hot. And very horny. Not to mention deadly.

Jason was a little short on creds, so he decided to get his mind scanned. It seemed like a good idea at the time: Get paid to license a copy of your mind for use in one of the numerous machines that run society. What could go wrong?

Turns out, a lot.

Jason wakes up in the middle of the radioactive wasteland that was created 50 years ago when aliens destroyed half the Earth. He has no idea why he's here, or what the hell he's supposed to do. Worst of all, he's no longer human: His consciousness has been installed into the AI core of a state-of-the-art war machine, a mech with enough firepower to raze a small city.

One would think the military wouldn't want to misplace something like that. Whoops.

Hunted by mutated alien bioweapons, Jason travels the wasteland in an attempt to piece together what happened. Along the way, he encounters a few abandoned war machines that also have no memory of their mission, machines that can't decide whether they want to join him or kill him. It doesn't help that in VR they all look like super hot women.

When Jason and his new companions discover what they're truly capable of, however, everything changes. And not necessarily for the better.

As his new team of deadly female war machines, The War Forgers, struggle to overcome their pesky human emotions, war is on the horizon. Can Jason pull the team together and overcome not only his demons, but those of the War Forgers, in time to save humanity? And more importantly, can he save the team itself?

Warning: This book contains bloodthirsty alien mutants, angry robots, violence, swearing, and a harem full of beautiful machine women.

©2018 Isaac Hooke (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Great book, Good performance.

Great story, very intriguing from start to finish. the narrator did a great job with the voices, but you can clearly hear him inhaling every few seconds, and there were several times where he pauses and it sounds out of place (it almost sounds like the playback freezes or the chapter has ended, but then he'll keep going) I normally don't mind these things but this is a very long book and they happen very frequently. Overall I was very satisfied, and would definitely recommend this for anyone who wants a good sci-fi harem that's not so explicit you'd feel uncomfortable listening in public.

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underwhelming

poor story, bad editing, and this did not help the narration. pauses in the story felt like a child learning to read. I know the title is sophomoric but the story is more so. the sexual acts come from some who appear to of never had those experiences. lacks a lot and left feeling exuashted. I had to force myself to finish this.

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not bad

our hero is an idiot and half the Harem are just the worst. honestly this needed more mech battles and less of the mc being that dumb.

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fun idea, ruined by stale writing.

characters are two dimensional, showing very little independent thought. discriptions of combat are like a book report by a 5th grader. this failed my expectations of audible quality.

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An entertaining ride, if a bit flawed.

This was a, umm, different type of story compared to most I enjoy. It was quite entertaining at times and pretty good through the first 2 parts. Sort of like a more adult Bob. Unfortunately, I rather thought that it went a bit off the rails in the final part.

Also, although I thought the narrator did a great job with the voices, I found his loud inhales distracting at times, most other narrators don't bother me as much.

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Author needs to get laid.

I'm not even sure about the plot. It seemed that we had to have multiple sex scenes with multiple partners in the whole idea that surrounds that .
Unless you're in that type of thing I cannot suggest this book to anybody

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disappointing

DNF. story was not that bad, but what did my in was the dialogue between the characters and the contrast of the story was emotionless. it felt like the narrator just sat down and read the script no feeling heavy breather between pauses ( and let me say there are a lot of pausing going on felt like a computer reading) the story is missing all the desriptive nature to put the consumer there if you get what i mean. NOT A BUY!!!!

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entertaining but poorly contrived in spots

When I thought I'd heard the stupidest plot device an even stupider and more contrived plot device would come up. The technology of giant mechs with super weapons is more believable than the chars motivations and corny dialog. The action and over all story was pretty entertaining and has a good run time. There were a lot of times where the chars act like cartoons not real people the relationships just seemed silly.

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Blah

Good news this audiobook is book 1,2,&3. Bad news it’s all kinda boring. The action scenes could be awesome except the MCs are all so confident that there is no tension. The banter during those sequences just adds to how casual the MCs are taking what should be fights for their lives. All the “harem” parts of the book, other than wining about having a harem, are so poorly written there is no point to there being a harem. This could have just been a sci-fi military novel, with a bunch gamer buddies as the MCs.

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garbage

Boring, slow, uninteresting, couldn't even finish it. I can't recommend this to someone I hate.

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  • Robert
  • 12-18-18

Had potential

Poor writing and narration the story had potential but falls short of expectations. Avoid unless you a fan of the author.

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  • John
  • 11-30-18

Battle Harem

Isaac Hooke show us all that he a excellent Author this story is very much a enjoyable book I love it on kindle and gave it 5 stars but with the narration talent of George Newbern I wish I can give it 10 stars it a must to buy and own on Audible...☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆