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Limitless Lands, Book III: Retribution

A LitRPG Adventure
Narrated by: Jack Voraces
Series: Limitless Lands, Book 3
Length: 15 hrs and 8 mins
5 out of 5 stars (102 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

As the medpod continues to repair his time-ravaged body in the real world, Colonel Raytak’s foes inside the game world of Limitless Lands execute their carefully-laid schemes, seeking his ruin. Wrongfully accused of treason, Raytak finds himself a prisoner of the Imperium he serves.

To clear his name, Raytak is forced to fight in the arena, seeking victory in the Emperor’s Grand Melee to earn his freedom…but he can’t do it alone. To win, he must forge brutal prisoners, cowards, and deserters into a fighting force capable of conquering every gladiatorial team standing in his way.

Meanwhile, an ancient threat stirs in Hayden’s Knoll and the zone is left unprotected in Raytak’s absence.

Will Raytak be able to regain his freedom and his honor? Will the new threat destroy the zone before he can return to fight it?

Find out in Limitless Lands, Book 3: Retribution.

©2019 Dean Henegar (P)2019 Dean Henegar

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A great entry in an amazing series

These books have not been par for the course of Litrpg books, they have all the elements but are told in a far different way, and three books in its been a very good thing. The soldier of a Litrpg world (as opposed to adventurer) angle just keeps giving coupled with an outstanding narration Job gives this title a real movie vibe. Without spoiling portions of this book our MC faces a whole new set of challenges, the story introduces new characters and overall gives the listener a whole new perspective on the game world. it takes us away from the main Town and zone of the story for a fun line of quests the MC must complete, while tying him back into the town and zones over arching story near the end.The real world angle has a few big developments as well!
The narration for these books continues to improve, Jack delivers another great entry into the series with a plethora of voices for many characters that really bring them to life. I'd suggest picking up any book this narrator is on as he does a wonderful job. at the very least if you are a litrpg fan give this series a try, the story and the narration will not disappoint!

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Stalking Audible’s website for book four.

First off I just wanted to say: as a Marine this story was seriously lacking on Crayons. ;)

This series is an example of superlative writing and craftsmanship. It’s an original spin on a genre that seems to have gotten stuck in just three possible plot lines.

While not everyone can perform with a voice that is as deep and gravely as a Sean Connery or Clint Eastwood, the narrator does an excellent job of keeping the individual characters distinctive enough that you can easily follow the conversations.


Special note to the author from an avid fan and crayon connoisseur:

As an individual who has driven a hundred miles to sit in those waiting rooms for hours until someone could “practice” medicine on me, I have had the humble pleasure to listen the stories of several of the heroes you have spoken about in your author’s notes. I would also like to thank you for sharing the love brother.

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Off to a great start!

I originally purchased book 1 on a lark as I was choosing a book for a cross country flight. I couldn't put the headphones down! Then I devoured book 2. Book 3 is off to a great start (I'm halfway through). The narration is fantastic and, I'm not going to spoil it, but Raytak is no Mary Sue!

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if u like the first two this is for you

just as good as the first two definitely worth a listen highly recommend u will enjoy

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can't wait for the next one

this one just like the last ones makes me itch to find out what happens next.

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A change of pace, but still lots of fun

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

TLDR; LitRPG, 3rd in the series (you need to read the first two). A change of pace, but still the same bones.

We go from the main character helping build up a city to him getting cast aside as he falls into a plot by another player. We then follow "The Gladiator" plot, but in a video game, i.e. monsters and such not just arena battles. The main character has to work his way back up and out of the hole, he fell into. It's a change of pace from the last books, less time one city management, and more time on battles and rebuilding, feels a bit more like the first book. It also does a great job setting up for the next book, and the next villain that will come along.

Overall, if you like the last two (and the first more than the second) this will be right there for you.

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We needs the next one.. we wants it.. must..have..

Love this series and looking forward to the next one. Awesome Author. Awesome Story. Awesome Performance.

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highly recommend

storyline and narration far above average finally another book where the MC isn't a whiny crying millennial thank goodness I highly recommend this book

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Great series

Keeps getting better and better. The story took a turn that left me pleasantly surprised. The pacing of events and character progression is spot on. This has become one of my favorite litrpg books, and I look forward to the next one.

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  • Morris
  • 06-17-19

The story gets better and better

I listened to this book in one go. Amazing story and character development. This is a great continuation of the previous books and keeps on drawing you in. It follows a MC who is not only a great strategist, fighter and honourbale man but a grandfather trying his best to remember his family. I WANT MORE!!!! Defo in my top 5 litrpgs.

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  • Jonathan
  • 06-22-19

Waiting on the next one

I wasn't sure if I would like the twist at the start of the book but I was more than pleasantly surprised. The story keeps expanding without becoming old and I'm very much looking forward to the next book to find out how the characters will develop further.

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  • 06-18-19

I can't wait for the next one!

The Good:
I love the storyline, the characters and the setting in mock MMORPG Imperium Romanum. The protagonist is likeable and unlike many LitRPG heroes, he is not a complete fool. The story is engaging, and I did listen to the whole 15 hours book in one go.

The Bad:
Not much, except for the horribly wasted opportunity to name one of the quests "Saving Private Raytak". And combat losses which regularly exceed 50% are considered normal, without any penalties to the morale (I get that this is just game mechanics, but an annoying one).

And the Ugly:
The author needs a thesaurus. Badly. While the non-combat part of the story is generally well-written, as soon as any action begins, he forgets that synonyms exist, and the battle scenes seem somewhat clunky.