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Memory Seal: Volume 2

Narrated by: Ken Sandberg
Series: Memory Seal, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 19 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

After months of hardship and travel with his newfound friend, Gust, Wesley is now safe and sound, surrounded by a loving family. Finally, he can have a normal life with a loving family. He can continue his education in the magical arts and compete without bloodshed.

But outside his closed world, war has begun. And war is unforgiving.

©2019 Jimmy X. Shi (P)2019 Jimmy X. Shi

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A Proper Follow-up

Having completed the first audiobook in the matter of days, I decided to take a short break before reading the second (mainly due to the introduction of a new narrator). Though I was slightly skeptical that this reader wouldn't live up to the standard I had set for the first, I quickly became fond of his tone and expression.

The story for this volume matches and surpasses the quality of the first. Areas that I had found engaging felt even more so, and because the author was more free to write (continuing an already introduced story), more venues for entertainment opened. Looking forward to a continuation.

Another 5/5, Well done.

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Very disappointed in this story.

For the most part this story did very little to advance the main character in my opinion. Except for the part at the very end the overall story was kind of lame and more felt like a lame rip-off of some anime story. this felt more like a side story then part of the main storyline. Like sitting around watching somebody else’s vacation photos. There was many times during the course of the story where I just wanted to put it aside and go on to something different but I knew the story wasn’t that long so I would muscle through it and see if it got any better hopefully before the end.

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I want More

It's a bitter sweet moment for me, because I can't wait for the next book. Author-san, please hurry!!!