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Devil in the Deep Blue Sea

Narrated by: Iggy Toma
Series: Succubus, Book 6
Length: 13 hrs and 16 mins
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Underwater mayhem ensues when Ian, Stig, and Alaria fight her sixth evil ex-master deep on the ocean floor!

The villain is a cheerfully insane artist who creates a sculpture garden of...well...you’ll just have to listen to believe it. 

There are beautiful nymphs...gorgeous mermaids...pirate ghosts...giant whirlpools...underwater dungeons...hidden treasure...and even a kraken. 

But the most dangerous force of all is the one that follows Ian from the real world into the online game, and which threatens OtherWorld’s very core. 

Warning: This is a comedy featuring hot women, sexy times, demons, warlocks, violence, profanity, and irreverent takes on religion.

©2019 A.J. Markam (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Unda da sea....

A.J. Markam swings for the bleachers with the next installment of the Succubus series. Looking forward to the next one!!!!

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ah the misadventures and the deep blue sea

this is the funniest book in this series by far The now real world elements that are coming over into game make everything so much more enticing

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A very entertaining series

This series is fun,funny and sexy. Iggy Toma Narrates the book well. can't wait for book 7

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not as good as the others.

it was ok but I had to skip the cringey religious bits and the repeated conversations. there would be a conversation and then the mc would immediately repeat it in his head then repeat it a second time in the next chapter. I personally thought the religious bits were over the top too but that's my opinion others probably won't feel the same. over all good book though.

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Hated it

I have enjoyed the series until this book. So many aspects of it was a major turnoff. Lets start with the Main Character being a spoiled brat to the LGBT infusion, or all the religion, all the gay references, the protesters, I mean I can keep going there is so many to pick from which made this book unenjoyable. I could not wait for it to end. I'm not sure if I will purchase the next book that how much I hated this one!

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  • 11-29-19

Best of the series

Could not recommend this series let alone this book enough. This is easily the best of the series with a good mix between comedy, dungeons/monster fighting with some erotic scenes in there too!

If you love your Litrpg books with a bit of kink to it then you’ll love this one. Anyone who is a snowflake and gets easily annoyed about anyone treating protesters/activists like an annoyance (of which they are in this book) then you probably won’t like the main character.

For the author, keep up the great work, I can’t wait to read more! A bit of positive criticism, would love to see Stig grow more, away from his casual one liners of “f me”, “ “That’s what she said” and “I need booze”. What are his motivations and reasons for staying with Ian? What does he want to do?! Maybe a stig side quest!
Keep up the great work!