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When Montana first started playing in iNcarn8, his new game life, he just wanted to be one of the good guys for a change. But despite his impressive stats and incredible heroics, even his followers are just plain scared of him. Trouble keeps pouring down Montana, even in the remote, supposedly safe holding he's building into his dukedom. 

All that will have to change if Coggeshall is going to survive. Walls go up and homes get built, but Montana can't shake the feeling that none of it will be enough to keep out the problems of the Empire. Or the world of Vuldranni.

©2019 Eric Ugland (P)2019 Tantor

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Please stop the whining.

Ok, let's start with the good. Great world and character development, great action scenes, good plot twist, and good move not falling into any troupes.
Now the part I'm getting a bit peeved with. Could we please stop crying about just wanting to be a nobody fisher, that fell by the wayside literally two books back. Also the deal about his past relationship turning him into a celibate monk is one of those troupes I was hoping to avoid. Don't need another harem king or anything, but come on.
So I'll end with saying it's a great book, a great series, and E.U. is a great author with great wit and references in his works.

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Gods above.

An absolutely hilarious and riveting series.

At the end of the last book it seemed like Montana royally fucked up, however it was slightly overblown. It didnt blow up in his face, rather it was just another problem to add to the list.

The author has crammed so many problems, quests, and just pure content into this series that it is painfully clear all of it will not get done. Overwhelming odds are fine. But the ratio of problems to time spent on these books is all off.

The narrator does a great job as well. I love the way he portrays Montana and his speech pattern.

Overall, another fun and exciting book in the series. You better keep them coming though Ugland. It is a terrible thing for an author to pack all this great content in and not wrap it up nicely. As a reader, and truthfully, a huge fan, I could not be more disappointed if you were to stop the series aburptly. Take my money and keep writing!

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Stupidity is starting to get boring

The main character stupidity is starting to really drag. Time and time again he does stupid things and never ever learns from it. By this point the plot is becoming so predictable it’s just boring to read.

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Great performance, good writing albeit, short.

Great writing by the author.
Enjoyable performance by the narrator.
Love the interplay between the mc and secondary characters.
The only thing i can complain about is as follows;
5 books in and the MC seems incapable of adapting beyond growing in a single way, strength and constitution. Would really like to see some progress in this area soon.
The primary issue i have with the series is the length of each "book". Eight and a half hours is quite short in the realm of audio books.

I can most definitely recommend this series. While each book may be shorter than id have liked the bang for your buck is still up there with other series i rate among my favorites.

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Another hilariously awesome addition!

There's just something about this series that makes each book un putdownable. They're funny and exciting, and I made the mistake of starting it on a night where I had to work the next day. I am now veeeery tired, and I cant wait to do it again in 2 weeks when the next one comes out.

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Maybe my least favorite of the series

I've read 7 or 8 of the Good Guys series and this one is ok, but not my favorite. There are parts I fast forward through whenever I re-listen.

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gnomes drool

great book its amazing story make sure you have 9 credits si you can binge

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Still an ok story, still frustrating to listen to

The last book covered the preparation for city building, and in this one we get to the city building. Montana still does stupid things and gets yelled at for it, more than half of the mistakes are still due to not knowing the rules of the world, Montana is still trying to seek answers to how the world works, and Montana still gets yelled at for asking just about ANY question. At this point I feel like this is an ongoing LitRPG story of the The Three Stooges; Montana is Curly, and the rest of the world are mostly Moe's mixed with some Larry's...

Best things about this book is Neil Hellegers, which I'm interested in hearing in some other book.

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only one complaint

so I have really only one issue and that is all these dang books with the cliffhangers just buy the next installment with this one

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god this series

this series is so addictive. one of the most addictive I've listened to in awhile. the story is great and the narrator is perfect

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  • james mcadam
  • 09-12-19

awesome as always

love this series the mc always has me laughing out loud carnt wait for the next one

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  • Morris
  • 09-11-19

amazing as usual

Book continues the journey of Montana in this strange new world. it contains all the humor and jokes seen in the previous books and includes some character development of some minor characters.
This is a hidden gem I cant wait for more!

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  • 09-21-19

Totally addicted

Love the book, love the narration, love the series. Can't wait for the next instalment!!!