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Let There Be Life

Forger of Worlds, Book 2
Length: 11 hrs and 13 mins
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More world building. More trade. More godly powers.

When Garrett adds atmosphere to his planet and opens a new portal to an amphibious world, he never expected to find it lacking natural resources, and worse, what it lacks in useful items, it more than makes up for with dangerous enemies and natural predators.

If he wants to have any chance of taming the place and bringing riches back to his own world, he’ll have to unify the local governments, establish trade with a neighboring world, and, of course, defeat the dungeon at the heart of the planet.

Sure, it will be tough, but if he succeeds...well, let’s just say that the prize for success will be worth it.

©2019 Simon Archer (P)2019 Simon Archer

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stupid

Garrett was basically forced to impregnate the fish women but the whole thing sounded a lot like rape. I don't think that Garrett is ok with that. should have stopped everything and said that was not ok with this and then the girls would feel relieved and gratefully then they would have sex.

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  • 11-11-19

References everywhere

This book is much better than the first. More world(s) building, more references, less sexual content. This book is much more humorous than its predecessor. When it comes to books im very hard to please but this author has definitely made me a fan. Cant wait for book 3.

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Not as good as book 1

Seemed to be a lot of loose ends left at the conclusion of this book. Which given the time between books might either be forgotten by the reader or the author. Either we will need a reminder which seems pointless for how easily they could have been tied up in Book 2, or we will never know.

Not sure why the author cut out the scene/chapter with the princesses for a male to male bounding one. I personally would rather follow the main character then secondary ones.

I was excited for book 2 because I enjoyed book 1. I just don't have that same excitement for book 3.

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