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Publisher's Summary

I was a nobody gamer working a dead-end tech support job. But then, I was pulled into this strange fantasy world, and I’ve learned that I possess a power that makes me, quite literally, a god walking among mere mortals.

Now, I always win every fight.

Now, I always get the best girls in my harem.

Now, I have infinite and unlimited potential to get better.

And now, I’m gonna have fun trying every possibility.

©2020 Logan Jacobs (P)2020 Logan Jacobs

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Cringe worthy

Should rewrite the description to "What would you do if you could reset yourself, middle aged man finds himself in a new world with the power to" load" himself and reset the day as if he was in a game would he save this world from a unknown danger or would he spend it manipulating women to have sex because he needs to feel good about himself ". I enjoy the actual battle scenes of this book because it shows him learning each reset and I enjoyed that the first hour of the book was dedicated to him learning from his mistakes and getting better but i forgot this was a erotica so I was disappointed with it as soon as the true nature of this book started.

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Don't let the title fool you.

Even though the title says "op" he's not. This guys gotta work hard and be persistent to come out on top. great narration from Jessica and Christopher and a great story. I look forward to more from this series.

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Wow! Ding! Amazing! Ding! Very Satisfying! Ding!

Loved it! always thought it would be cool to be able to pull this off, this story simply proves it!

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Awesome!!

Well the is an OP MC alright lol but i really liked Sebastián he has that Havac (Arena)vibe that is really enjoyable and now just have to wait for the next book and see where the story takes us

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The concept is cool

Loved the concept.
The narrator is decent , but the performance was off for this book.
The story is empty, characters empty, romance is childish.
I cringed every time the main character spoke.
Mostly Comic book dialog.
Barely finished.

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Good concept but poor execution

To bad the author did not take the Time to rework the book several times, he could have had a real winner.

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Fun pulp fiction

The OP MC has many the trappings of pulpy wish-fulfillment fiction that you may have come to expect from the explosion of harem lit over the last few years. First-person perspective, simple prose, over-the-top ogling of female characters, a mostly naked women on the book cover, and a somewhat chaddy/douchey main character. So many of these books have been written by the likes of Logan Jacobs, Eric Vall, and others, that the novelty of the genre has worn thin for me, and now I mostly stick to writers like William Arand or Cebelius, because I can only take so many throwaway plots and paper-thin characters before I feel like I'm reading the same book over and over again, seasoned with sophomoric descriptions of breasts and asses. Starting off with that, you may be surprised that I ended up liking this book, for a number of reasons. First, it doesn't bother with trying to set up a half-assed Dark Lord of Evil, it just runs with its Groundhog Day concept and sticks with it. It may be a bit tropey, but it is one of my favorite tropes—it is fun imagining how you could cheese the hell out of infinite do-overs in pretty much any situation. And that is what this book is all about—you have a main character that starts out as an average guy, but is willing to spend the time it takes to appear to everyone else like an unstoppable god, while you know in his personal timeline, he's lived through the few days he's spent in-world thousands upon thousands upon thousands of times, if not tens of thousands or many more. The humor can be a bit juvenile, and like every mediocre harem book out there, you have a protagonist that "can't stop himself" from gawking slack-jawed at any woman he sees, but the book is fun enough that I can look past those tired harem tropes and want to continue listening all the way to the end of the book. Which, by the way, is long enough without too much fluff filler to be respectable within the genre—a decent 12 hours. The fact that I wanted to listen to the end and it wasn't one of the many 7 hour garbage books that flood the genre was a welcome difference from the pure "filler" book I was expecting to start but not complete.

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A sequel must happen!

I loved this book. I really hope that there will be a second book soon!

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loved it

this is such a amazing listen the sense of humour in this book is great the story is awesome both Christopher Boucher and Jessica threet make this such a great book to listen best parts are the sarcasm
makes me chuckle this is my first audio book I've ever brought, and the effort in making this character look like a like god your like that's a lot of work but well worth the listen I don't want to put spoilers in here I can't wait till the next one

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No tension

Though the premise sounded interesting the end result was a boring and predictable book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-01-20

Ok book. Don't get the hype!

I like the premise, a guy that can leap back to an earlier saved time slot. First scen the crypt and a mage was painted the world and the story some. Then it lacks alot. No real world building, character developement or story. Just 3 random action events. The time leap gets over used a bit, specially outside the action. Last action scen was too long, got bored. The sex scenes where too few and lacked some feeling. I will check out next book, but I dread that its going to follow old pattern of sequels by Logan Jacobs. Plz put some more though into the book an make them great again. Quality over quantity!

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  • Robert Knight
  • 01-24-21

A great story

This, in my opinion, is a great story. It’s a story I really enjoyed reading. It was a fun read, it wasn’t serious to where you got so involved in the characters. It is a story that you sit there and you realize that it is truly fantasy. It seems at times that it’s a little long winded but as the story progresses you understand why things happen the way it’s going.
As the narrators, the two have accomplished a great job of this book. Their method of bringing the book to life was great and had me in tears at points. They are great narrators.
For just a great read. 5*’s

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  • Elz
  • 01-12-21

Loved it!

Loved every minute of this book! So great, the world and the MCs awesome abilities are so well written.

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  • Voyager
  • 12-11-20

Excellent story and great narration

Great story and well worth listening too.
Narration is top class as they consistency work well together.
No spoilers, just read or listen.

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  • Emmanuel
  • 11-22-20

Annoying

Does he have to remind us with almost every sentence how beautiful or sexy the women are. the guy literal Simpson non stop. not a likeable protagonist and the pacing is poor. spends hours on setting like the goblin fights and the sex scenes. really interesting concept ruined by bad writing.

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  • William
  • 11-07-20

dark souls meets edge of tomorrow

so the auther has taken a well used subject and slaps it in a medieval world and gets 2 dimensional male and female roles. the premise (spoiler) is the mc can make "save point" and redo any situation again and again to get it perfect. so he can perfect everything everytime. fair enough but many things like muscle memory and fitness are scimmed over. the dialog is also poor. "filling my womb with god seed" was a very bad moment. the performance was good ish. same voice the narrator uses for most his mc roles. buy if u have time to kill which is what i did. but only if you have exhausted all other realms

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  • Jeppep
  • 11-03-20

Half of this book is the same shit repeated

Performance geat but story is a big meh. Really not worth a credit. It repeats itself for no reason,