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Limitless Lands Book 4: Opposition

A LitRPG Adventure
Narrated by: Jack Voraces
Series: Limitless Lands, Book 4
Length: 12 hrs and 57 mins
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The drums of war sound in the Limitless Lands as Commander Raytak continues his quest to unite Hayden’s Knoll under the banner of the Imperium. Narbos the Grimm prepares his forces to invade, seeking new power from an ancient evil as he tries to wrest control of the zone from Raytak and his friends. 

Unsure of who is friend or potential foe, Raytak must make contact with the Ikbose elves and the Goreaxe ogres. Will they join the Imperium? Will they choose their own path? Will they fight alongside his enemies? 

Back in the real world, his aged body deteriorates and the medpod struggles to keep him alive even as it unlocks more of his faded memories. The AI takes a risk that will either lead him on the path to remembering his family, or wipe from his mind all trace of their existence. 

Can Raytak win in the continuing fight to recover his mind and body? Or will all that he and his friends have built inside the game burn to the ground?

Find out in Limitless Lands Book 4: Opposition

©2019 Dean Henegar (P)2019 Dean Henegar

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Yet another great installment in the series

This is one of my favorite LitRPG series. The military aspects are realistic and engaging. Book 4 was a great addition that moved the story forward. The narration was top notch, much like the previous 3 books. The book had multiple occurrences that I brought up at my DnD group, which they loved. I am only sad that there is only 1 more book in the series, but it should be an epic conclusion.

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a great 4th book

I liked that we got to see the whole zone and the gnome. I was disappointed that the owlbears were barely in it

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The roman war boner is drumming a tune to my hearth

I love these books and i simply can nog get enough of them, wish they where longer but still worth every credit spent on them. Narrator and autor knows what they are doing, i do recommend these books.

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Can’t wait for the next!

I’m so sad that I have to wait for the next book. The battle scenes in this one were better than ever, and the plot just keeps getting more interesting. See you in a few months, Crunchy!

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That ending, right in the feels

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This is one of those few LitRPG series that makes the best use of the genre. It's not just a great example of what LitPRG can be but explores some of the additional impacts we could see from VRMMOs combined with other future technology. I could really gush over this series, from the great characters to the diverse world, interactions between the game and the real world, and on and on. This series really does an amazing job merging LitRPG into a truly great story. Hands down one of the top series I would recommend for someone looking for great fantasy or LitRPG.

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another great book

a good book hope for more commander style books in the future! diffently an improvement from 3.

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I missed this.

I missed this series. I have had my doubts about the narration and some of the writing in the past but I have been starved for good litrpg's lately. I knew I liked this series so I was glad there was a new addition. BTW I set the speed at about 1.3x-1.4x. Voraces' narration is really slow so I sped it up to more normal reading speeds. (It does get to fast when Yindis talks though)

I missed Raytak and his unique class, we don't see his type of character in other litrpg's.

Yindis is still hilarious and I really enjoy her interactions with some shady merchants.

Moderate Flaw : In chapter eight there is a gift for one of the minor characters. It is ALL description. It is SO long that I zoned out three different times. Why did you have 7 minutes of monotone monologue backstory for such an obscure item. If it was read like the actual book it might be better but it was instead read in "system's" voice which did not have any inflection at all. If the backstory about the gnomes, pirates, and necromancer (I think), were relevant to the plot I would understand. It is just all really unnecessary...

Minor Flaw : There are a few moments where there are gaps in the narration as if it had been deleted, leaving several seconds of silence.

+/- : There is more emphasis on the different characters in this book. There are whole chapters dedicated to Yindis. There are also chapters from the enemies point of view. These chapters are good when they are connected to Raytak, such as the enemy's viewpoint of his army. The chapters concerning Yindis, her party, and her battles is rather tiresome since they don't add to the overall story.

It seems almost like Yindis should have her own side book dedicated to herself, as it is now, here character feels like it is competing too much with Raytak. I enjoy Raytak's large scale battles, not Yindis and her parties.

Overall, it has a few minor flaws but they can be overlooked, this is a great Litrpg series. I highly recommend it.

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Next

Hope you are able get the next book soon. Thank you for a good story.

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What an incredible series. Thank you Dean........

Love this series. Teared up again. love the extra info from Dean about his life

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excellent

Really enjoyed this book, excited to see where the next book goes. I appreciate the author doesn't hold back on resolving plot lines when they become unnecessary.

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  • J. A. N.
  • 01-16-20

Loved it.

Despite all its flaws I absolutely love this series.

The good:

The story is enjoyable, well-paced and I really like all the characters.

The bad:

The whole series suffers from poor writing in combat sequences, which is surprising as the non-combat parts are much better.

I know the story happens within a game, but even so, the mechanics completely omits troops morale - with the loses the Legion faces every day, they would soon break.

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While the narrator does a stellar job, his rendition of young females sounds comical. Or maybe the ten-year-olds were just drinking neat vodka and smoking two packs a day for the last twenty years, who knows.

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  • Liam
  • 12-17-19

☆☆☆☆☆

A fantastic addition to the series! Summer of 2020 can't come sooner. I need answers!

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  • kharnynb
  • 12-09-19

Part 4 in a great litRPG series.

Another great chapter in the story of Raytac and his friends, with enough "out of game" writing to follow the family and friends outside.

Well narrated and great flowing story, my only regret is having to wait for book 5!

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  • C. Rowlands
  • 11-27-19

Series builds strongly

Firstly, this book is the 4th in this series, so you probably shouldn't jump directly into this one as it expects a fair degree of familiarity with the cast, in any case the previous books are all highly enjoyable listens and more than worth anyone's time to read or listen to before this one.

This book has a good blend of a compelling story for this instalment with the challenges escalating nicely for the main cast, while at the same time still adding significantly to the main arcs with a number of important things happening on the real world side of things too, so progression was not limited to just the in-game part of the story. The author also does a good job of adding more depth to some of the NPCs in this book, particularly those that are part of the main character's class and who could easily have been overlooked when it came to adding depth.

The narrator's performance is a typically strong one with his range of tones being particularly suited to this cast of characters and the book is definitely enhanced by them.

Overall, another really good listen with the only real downside being the need to wait for the next one to be released.

[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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  • Morris
  • 11-24-19

Best book out of the series

It's a great continuation of the series and in my opinion the best out of the 4. It shows the development of several characters and the MC is beginning to remember more things about his past. Without spoiling it, the end is very touching. The author does a great job capturing emotions and sucking the reader into the book. That coupled with an amazing narrator really brings the book to life. I WANT MORE!

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  • Jonathan
  • 11-22-19

Back to building

The story continues to be well written and narrated, focusing on the conquering of the region. The book introduces nothing new to the series, but builds towards a promised conflict in the next.