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Publisher's Summary

Gun Meister Online is a recently released virtual-reality combat simulator. Players assume the role of a Meister; fighting in matches and ranking up into higher divisions. Within the game, weapons take on human shape. These NPC's use a new Dynamic Distributed Personality System recently implemented, and many are excited by how life-like the AI characters are becoming. 

Charlie has only just begun to play, and he struggles to grow as a Meister. At the same time, he starts to take charge of his real-life outside. Eventually, Charlie finds friendship among a group of erratic misfits along with an arsenal of beautiful weapons. Follow him on an adrenaline filled adventure, one that may decide the fate of Earth. 

Online experience may vary from person to person. Gun Meister is rated [Adult] and only those 18 or older are allowed to enter a world of guns, violence, profanity, fast cars, pretty girls, and a hot mess of sexual content. Have we mentioned harems yet? Every Meister gets one. 

This version contains uncensored and detailed descriptions of sex. Enjoy. 

Soundbooth Theater is proud to present Annie Ellicott's first full narration. Her performance is nothing short of provocative and brilliant. She juggles a wide range of characters, an ability to command attention during intense gun battles, and a sultry tone in steamy sex scenes. Supported by Jeff Hays as the male cast and Justin Thomas James as the Civil War enthusiast Montgomery, Annie completely knocked it out of the park with her debut narration. 

The Soundbooth Theater team for this production: Annie Ellicott - Narration; Jeff Hays - male characters, proofing, production supervision; Dalton Lynne - proofing, editing; Ivy Sherrard - proofing, editing; Griffin Malnar - editing, mastering.

©2018 Noah Barnett (P)2018 Noah Barnett

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awesome book

the narration is great i love how they all just work so well with each other ill be looking for more books narrated in the same way.

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A gunpocalypse to end all things

I have to admit to have been waiting to listen to this book since it first came out. I'd heard a ton of positive things about it, and the premise seemed pretty cool. I was doubly excited that we got the Adult and Uncensored version as well. I don't see a need to tone things down, and in the day and age when Harem lit is popular and even MSE goes graphic I think it is fine to go grown up. After all, this is a book about people playing a game in which headshots are a common thing. I still would have liked to have heard the mature cut! I can't imagine what we are missing!!

My first comment regards the cover. Covers are meant to grab your attention, and make you want to read the blurb. If it can draw you in that far then it has done its job. Without a doubt this is one of the best covers I have seen. It is wall worthy, meaning I would absolutely hang that on my wall. I appreciate art that isn't cartoony or doesn't tell you anything about the book itself. If you read this book you will know exactly who that is, and the cover does tell you a lot about what goes on inside. The light coming through the shades is atmospheric and seductive. Again, this is a great piece of artwork.

Next, how can I not comment on the narration? Barnett was a wise man, and went through Soundbooth Theater, and in this case got not one, but three narrators! Annie Ellicott, Justin Thomas James, and the ever amazing Jeff Hays all work their butts off, and bring you some of the best vocal readings I have ever heard! This book is like a reverse image of their usual work, as Hays generally reads the bulk of the story and Ellicott backs him up with the female voices. Here, however, Annie gets her gun, and takes the lead. Jeff does most of the male voices, and James locks and loads in as backup on one other voice. This is the triple threat of narration right here. Jeff is far and away my favorite narrator. I never fail to mention that, and Annie is coming up on my list as well. James does a great job, I just haven't heard enough of him to really dole out the praise he assuredly deserves. Hopefuly he'll solo a book and I can tell you just how incredible I know him to be. As it stands, the work he does is awesome. Anyhow, this combination is like alternating mortar shells and napalm on your ears. They won't know what hit them. Annie really pushes the story forward, and Jeff makes you believe he is the Meister we all want to be. I love hearing this talanted troupe working together, it really brings more to the table than your standard fare.

Have I even mentioned Barnett's writing yet? Nope? Well, I should have. As a fledgling author this cat has really got it together. He knows how to pace a plot, and build tension. He adds humor in where it is needed ("I surrender"), and he doesn't hold back on the big story. There is a lot more going on here than a guy rotating in and out of death duel gun matches. He is also pretty creative with his gaming system. The players don't build up, but their weapons do. Their weapons are sentient, and require some love to keep them happy and tied to their owners. This is a creative world, and a unique game. He really has the ammo necessary to write a Gunventure like this. I like that it takes time for the protagonist to go from being a doofus to being a leader of men. The ragtag group that he ends up with are all interesting characters, and I found it humorous that out of all the people in the game there is at least one powder loading dude keeping things real with the old timey gun. I could totally see my father carrying a flintlock into the game, and using the tag of Hawkeye. The action scenes are not Michael Bay stupid, but more of the Die Hard first and second movie type. The big fights are brutal and fun, all three of them, and I must say that I was glad to have so much content. Anything over 7 or 8 hours of run time is a blessing.

You want to know the best way I can tell you to get this book and read it? The simple fact that I really want a sequel ASAP. This book blows you off of your arse, and makes you peek around corners as you listen. You will feel the bullets zip by, and feel the shrapnel of ricochet's spatter your face. You will fall in love with Elva (sorry, audio book so not sure about the spelling), and wish you could just "holster" her one time. This is a frantic and frenetic story that locks and loads you in and never lets you up. You will be pinned down by cover fire, and have no chance of backup coming to save you. Only thing is, you won't want rescued. You will want to join in the fun, and deal out your own grevious headwounds.

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good narration

The story was a decent mix of action and sex. I was afraid it would go overboard, but it turned out alright. The narration was very good
Especially since this was Annie Ellicott's first narration if I understood it correctly. The other narrators did a good job as usual. Nice performance all!

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One of the better LitRPG books

I have to yes that I really did enjoy the book more then I was thinking I would. The cast for this book was spot one and I'm looking forwarded to the next book.

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Poor storyline 3 hours in

I don’t get it. Sorry. The narration was very good but the story had no substance. Maybe later it comes together but after three hours of listening, I should have more of a story line than a purient gun video gamer/car salesman. I feel like it was a creative idea for a gun to be a girl in the video game but the storyline was weak. Life is too short when so many other books are out there.

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Anime Lovers Dream

It's like Soul Eater and Gun Gale Online had a naughty night of fun. Preformace is great, but the story seemed to lack a concrete conflict.

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Fun and sexy

I really enjoyed reading this book, I read and listen to a lot of litRPG and this one definitely stands out something special I’m definitely looking forward to something else by this author

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So many different personalities done so well.

i loved the personalities given by different characters. the typical shadowing over characters because it can be tedious for the writer did not happen here. listen with headphones!!

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Great story

This was a great story that I listened to twice. I can’t wait for the next book to come out.

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Out of this World

Gunmeister Online takes you to another world, literally. Even the Earth you thought you knew isn't.

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  • DCM
  • 06-24-18

Bit of a suprise.. very adult!

great story narrated extremely well, the adult nature was a real surprise but it worked with the narrative quite well. Give it a go.

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  • James
  • 06-19-18

Chill story, amazing voice acting

firstly the voice actress went above and beyond for some of the scenes, while the other 2 supporting voice actors provide a good range as well.

The story is relaxed and progress nicely, and got me thinking about the world, and theories on it.

the action sequences are done very well, each one conveying progression of the characters and their tactics as individuals and as a team.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-02-18

great book

loved the book and the naration was done beautifully, not to mention how often you'll feel like your there in the bed with the girls

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  • Tarcha
  • 06-28-18

Great read

I just finished... and now I want to reread it.
Not only because I enjoyed it but also because there was so much to it that I feel I missed so much.
I have not read any of Noah’s works before but I will have to see if there are others I can read.

The group narration was amazing. Jeff Hays is one of my favourite narrators and while I have never heard one of Annie Ellicott’s before I definitely like the work she did so will have to look in to her work in the future.

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  • GotSauss
  • 06-19-18

Really addictive

Took a while to get into it but then I didn’t want it to end