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Publisher's Summary

Gather an escort. Acquire a dragon hoard. Build an empire....

Steven Whipp, a normal, poor college student, is kissed and shot on the night of his 20th birthday. He realizes three things: He’s bulletproof; he’s a dragon; and everything he’s ever wanted is within his reach. But the attempts on his life are just the beginning of his troubles.

Steven is a Dragonsoul - a magical race of beings who have thrived, hidden from the eyes of humans, in control of the world. And not just any Dragonsoul but the last in a long line of Arch-Sorcerers, thought long dead. Now he is being hunted, and he must unlock his powers through battle and sex, or ancient forces and old feuds will destroy him and all he loves.

From the author of the LitRPG epic fantasy, War God's Mantle, comes a brand new pulp harem adventure!

Disclaimer: Denver Fury is a shoot-em-up, action adventure, urban fantasy novel which is not intended for listeners under the age of 18 years of age. This novel contains swearing, violence, and a harem of beautiful shapeshifting women that the hero regularly sleeps with - and he does so gladly.

©2018 Shadow Alley Press Inc (P)2018 Shadow Alley Press Inc

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i don't think this should have been an harem setup

so the idea in the book is nice, the story is interesting, setup could be ok etc. so overall i would say a story I could have enjoyed.
female interaction and especially the sexual parts are just not for my liking, the wordings and explanations etc. seems kind of awkward and uncomfortable for me.

I’ve heard quite a few books with heavy sexual content, so it is not that I can’t enjoy that normally, it just seems like how a teenager would try to explain it to his friends while being kind of awkward and weird but trying to keep his cool…

So I think the book should have kept away from the sexual part of the haram and should have kept to how they want to screw him but never get to kind of thing… but that requires knowing how to write charming and alluring female characters which don’t seem to be the authors' strong suit.

It’s properly for a much different audience than me and might be really good for them :)

8 of 9 people found this review helpful

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Good story but nothing new really.

The story is great I liked the World and the magic system in it but the romance follows the same trope like so many other "harem" novels and it's what did turn me of a bit especially when its the main character that has the least experience while the oppostite has slept with a hundred and for some reason they keep using the word pansexual just to use it as if the author is afraid his book will be targeted or something. But all in all if you have nothing else to listen to then this is the one for you.

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Dragons with harems and white knights don't mix

So the long and short of this review is pretty straight forward. Usually i like to be neutral and fair, try to be as profession as an amateur who might just read a little to much can be. However, this time I'm just gonna say this from the gut. This book had potential, it checked all the right boxes of things I look for in a fantasy harem book. Hard on their luck but hard working protag, yep. Strong, smart and none whiny female accompaniment, double check. Over powered abilities in sight but gotta work to get them; you bet. Decent writing, fun jokes . . . . you get my drift.

So what happened? Well very simply I haven't been lectured on how to treat women and equality since i took a diversity class. I mean every thirty minutes it was something about "hey you know there are female gamers"; "oh you shouldn't cat call women" or some other ID political garbage in my escapist book. I do not need to be hit over the head with the happy white knight stick a thousand times because the writer doesn't want to be accused of being a sexist for writing a male orientated book with a harem in it! Serious there is so much of it in here it gets completely in the way the plot, I can't even finish this book with only 1.5 hours left because I'm tired of getting lectured on "how i can't speak for the female character because she her own person" and that's an actual quote from the book at Chapter 17 with 3 hours and 49 minutes left in the book.

So please to all future writers, leave your damn politics out of your books, I don't care, I'm reading a fantasy book so I don't have to think about the real world not to get hog tied and force fed your beliefs!

So dear listeners please don't buy this book. Skip it, there's better books out there that are no where near as preachy as this.

As a side note the narrator did they best they could do with what they got, but when i can hear even the narrator roll their eyes at the preachiness you know its bad.

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failure

story reads Like a Virgin that pretty much has sex but stays a virgin. also quite often sounds like he's a California boy that's constantly surprised about everything that's going on around him.

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almost amazing

this was so close to being good. a little action, a little sex and some good times. unfortunately the characters where so badly done that it was like listening to a child play with their dolls.

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better than I was expecting

it's actually not too bad of a book, it has good character building and good action along with a pretty decent storyline.

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surprisingly good

by the cover I did not want this book it just looked cheap and not interested enough I was wrong it was actually good the narrator is always good you guys are very welloh yeah take the chance if you really don't like it return it can't wait for the next one

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Uninspired erotic drible.

I wanted to like this book but I don't The narrator isn't that great for one, the plot is basic, and the magic system OMG let me tell you about the train wreck that is the magic system. The worst magic system I have ever had the misfortune to read. You gain magic or whatever the equivilent is in this book is, by having sex, kissing, killing, and winning a fight. Okay that's not that bad you say but here is the kicker; magic spells are cast by saying just this magica defensio, magica curea, just add an a or an io to the end of words and boom. That's not all folks, there are only three maybe four upgrades down each line of the dragon skill tree and there are only about 5 branches. Wow, it's either going to take way too long for him to advance his skills, it doesn't, or he becomes stupidly powerful really fast. Also the women in this series follow their male dragon around like slaves pretty much. I'm no white knight but I do have limits. If you want a well written harem book series try Wild Wastes or Super Sales on Super Heroes.

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Good story, meh narrator

I like - not love - this story. James Patrick Cronin is sort of a one character narrator. He voices the primary MC well and another female MC he does ok with, but all the other characters he just falls short with tonal differences or just makes them sound weird. I picked up book two purely for the story, provided the voices dont change or get worse... I should be able to get thru it.

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Picking up the next book immediately

Great story, good narration, and definitely compelling. Now I've got another series to watch out for.

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  • Scott R
  • 11-24-18

Dragons Adventure

This was an interesting read, the concepts and characters work really well if a little bit of the fantastic goes into the situation as is typical of harem style.
Given the female rescue, discover, upgrade and levels of bad guys you expect drom this type gives a good grounding to this and is fairly easy to keep track of skill trees etc.
Narration by James Patrick Cronin is quite good although i would prefer the female voices to be different so probably about 4.5 .
Story and overall give this a 5 star and most definitely a follower of the series.
I requested this audio and have left my thoughts on this for you to peruse.

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  • John
  • 12-08-18

Denver Fury

Aaron Crash has show us all again that he is a talented author it's is a great story and I can't wait to buy the next book on audible also the narration of James Patrick Cronin is a must to buy 5 stars