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The adventure continues!

Elaine learns how to be a Ranger and about the cold realities of fire magic, healing, and life at the bottom of the food chain.

©2021 Selkie Myth (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Great second book!

I loved this story and the glimpses it gives of the over arching plot and where things are going. This story has some truly unique aspects to it that just aren't in other series, and though I think the story/MC's quirks might turn some away, I find them to be a refreshing change to the genre, and I will buy the third book as soon as it comes out on Audible.

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While still overall really enjoyable...

There where, for me, two glaring issues.
First: While overall the narration of Andrea Emmes has been booth consistent and pleasant, For this book I had to take the play speed down to 85% because it felt very rushed. As if she carried the energy of the character over into the reading of the book. This also caused some of the character to feel kind of flat at times.

Second: I love litrpgs but the novelty starts to wear thin when it the stat-page is read what feels like every other chapter. It Started to get to the point where i was treating it like the stat page of my games and pressing X to skip.