Blood of Fate

World 99 Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Wayne Mitchell
Series: World 99 Series, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 8 mins
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The body of young, paralyzed Luca, a boy killed by cruel bullies, becomes home to an interdimensional traveler. This is the 99th world for this traveler who has spent an entire life in each of his previous worlds. And now, he is out of lives, his previous misdeeds leaving him with a negative balance of points and preventing him from reincarnating anew. Once he realizes that he must spend his final life in a poverty-stricken family in a backward world, he awakens the consciousness of the deceased Luca and ends his own physical existence, leaving all his abilities to his heir.

One such ability is the use of the Wheel. Every traveler can spend points to spin the Wheel and gain a special talent, a superpower, or...a deadly illness. Luca spins the Wheel and gains the superpower of metamorphosis. Now, he can regenerate, recover from deadly wounds, and even take on the shape of other beings. The young man takes on the form of the Emperor: to avoid death, help his family, and finally, to bring order to the Empire!

©2019 Dan Sugralinov; English translation copyright 2019 by Alix Merlin Williamson (P)2019 Tantor

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Don’t listen to this book, READ it!

It’s an ok story, nothing groundbreaking, but entertaining

The narrator on the other hand, he turns it in to a raging dumpster fire! It’s like listening to the muppets on drugs!
I can’t for the life of me take anything the narrator says seriously, he destroys this book..

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Definitely not his best book

I liked his other books but i kinda hated this book.

The MC's personality is kinda all over the place, one minute he's all defiant, talking about how's the son of a great gladiator then the next he's talking about how he's been raised to be walked on and should accept it. This happens throughout the whole book over and over again.

The story bounces all over the place telling you lots of useless stuff rather than focusing on the main storyline. Everything just goes from bad to worse and the characters are not good enough to do anything useful.

The main idea of the story is interesting and the reason i bought this book, bummer the execution just sucks.

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great book

I enjoyed this litrpg book it doesnt have alot of stats like the regular litrpg book but I enjoyed this take on it

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Unclear system, but good story

The story is great, but used a karma system that is tough to understand. He could injure or maim some people no problem. Protect himself from pirates who tried to kill him, negative karma. Great story all in all.

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I absolutely love this book!

This book is well worth the bye grate main and supporting characters a wonderful fantasy world and a story that will leave you begging the author for the next book! Needless to say I’m frothing at the mouth for the sequel! If your reading this and are deciding weather to bye this book do your self a favor stop hesitating and bye it! You won’t regret it!

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That ending tho...

They story was pretty decent but if you dont like unresolved/cliffhanger endings might want to wait for the next book. The narration was ok except for the female voices..... the narrator really needs a female costar to cover the ladies voices as I almost quit just from the cringe of his female narrations

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great start, and so much room for expansion

Dan really made a great start to a universe that is so easy to expand on. there aren't really any stats so if your looking for that kind of lit-rpg this isn't quite one. he doesn't go into how you get the points to spin the wheel yet and develop your character, your discovering it as the main character is. this is definitely worth a pickup and I cannot wait for the next in the series.

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not worth the listen

I can't vouch for the original but this translated version only has the consept going for it and the narrator should never had tried a femal voice. you can get away with terrible accent but if every woman sounds like a man trying to sound like a 30year old little boy, then the attempt shouldn't be made.

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Loved it MAKE MORE

absolutely loved it please make more as soon as possible I can't wait for the next book to come out

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I like the book

the story is good a little depressing but its a Russian auther so what do you expect (its like they all have some aversion to happy). no the problem with this book is the audio levels the voice actors and the narrator are soo unbalanced that you have to have it so laud that all the dialogue is being shouted at you or not hear the story

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  • O. J-kahn
  • 03-30-20

No sense of the main character

It is justified in the plot but the main character is often just whoever he needs to be for the scene to work. Combined with the fact that he's pretty bland to start with and he's not just boring, but actually doesn't feel like a character.

the plot has similar problems. whatever is needed is always provided