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Contains books one and two of My Ninja Girl, an action-packed harem adventure series where cultivation and cyberpunk collide.

My Ninja Girl, book one

Killer nuns. With gatling guns.

Micah Regent is a pre-med student in Neo-Hokkaido, just hoping his snarky grandmother's prayer can help him pass an exam. When two sexy ninja girl statues come to life before his very eyes and start fighting each other, his life will never be the same. Drawn into a rebel faction by an old friend and his less-than-perfect luck, Micah must not only defy the iron-handed, bucket-headed Society of Monks (and killer nuns), he must uncover the secrets behind the ninja girls and the industria that not only runs the world, but through his veins.

You already know he's going to save the day, so the real question is: How many ninja girls can he marry along the way?

My Ninja Girl, book two

Gorgeous ninja girls vs. monks so ugly they never take off their helmets! Martial arts and cultivation vs. cyberpunk tech and oppressive regimes! Weddings and a spa day vs. saving Neo-Hokkaido from tyrannical jackbooted thugs!

Micah, his vulgar grandmother, and his team of sexy ninja girls uncovered plenty of secrets in their first adventure, but the party is just getting started. The Society of Monks has struck again in the vilest way possible, and it's up to Micah and crew to put an end to these evil bucket-headed chucklef***s. To do so, they're going to have to think outside the box. 

©2020 Gideon Caldwell (P)2021 Podium Audio

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I didn't make it halfway through book 1.

This is the second book by the author that I've bought that had an alluring premise but couldn't grab my attention at all. From the very beginning, I was constantly wondering why the author chose to go this route. Maybe something amazing happens at some point in this series but I will never know. Let's put it like this, Eric Vall is putting out better material than Gideon Caldwell and everyone knows EV is the king of amazing premises that are horribly executed. I think GC confuses being a competent writer with being able to tell an enjoyable story.

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i mean wow this is not great.

just I'm sorry it Was bad( my opinion). take all the bad 80's movie plots and there is the whole book. I mean it could be so bad its good except i kept falling asleep. great if you need a nap.

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Action, Intrigue, and Epic Battles

Words cannot express what a wonderful job Tessa Irondale did narrating all of the various characters. Got to say that Granny's filthy mouth had to be one of my favorite things about this series so far. No matter what the situation or circumstance that old biddy had something to say and most of the time it was damend hilarious. Loved this box set and hope for another in the future. I highly recommend this series.

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5 big ones

As always another epic tale! The granny was honestly my favorite character lol she embodies every spirit animal! Harmons stories are just too damn good.

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interesting

Can't wait for 3 & 4. Enjoyed it; let's get it done soon, like before the spring of 2021.

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So fun

Wasn't expecting to like this as much as I did. Not only was the plot interesting, the world was quite colorful as well. But the best part has to be the characters, while the MC isn't groundbreaking the rest of his crew were gems. Get this book and binge out, you won't regret it.

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Great story

Ok really think this story is a winner the Mc growth is really spot on

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Fantastic!

Went in with high expectations, seeing as everything Tess Irondale voices turns to gold, but was still very surprised by just how good this book it. Had me looking forward to the daily commute every day just so I could get a little bit more.
Romance was endearing, action was intense, and the witty humored actually had me laughing out loud at points. The grandma especially had me rolling at points.
I am certainly looking forward to a sequel and it will be a day one buy!

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very good listen

I am not even sure if there will be a book 2 I think it is a great stand alone book without a stupid cliffhanger. the characters were wonderful.no overpowered mc s and no crazy divine intervention. I highly recommend. It is cool the parallels with a highly powerful tyrannical government under the guise of doing what is right for the people. the citizens are monitored in every aspect of life. they use a deadly sickness to control the population and gain more power. " to protect the people"

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Loved the books, Audio is Great!

I have read all the books and have been excited to see how the audio book would be and it didn't disappoint! I really enjoyed the performance and the story had me dreaming of this crazy anime world. totally enjoyed this!

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  • 01-28-21

DNF 50% Its just so boring

Anime type harem. But its so boring and slow. Everything the MC does is hard and slow going. Should have stopped at cybermonks. Harem adult parts are bad to.

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  • Angrenades
  • 03-19-21

LOVED IT

The beginning of another great series by Gideon Caldwell aka Harmon Cooper.

This is an easy, enjoyable book, and if you have read about Gideon in Cherry Blossom Girls, then you'll probably enjoy this.

The world-building is distinct and it isn't your usual story world. The story contains a little bit of everything, from ninja girls to evil monks and mecha robots and is a solid good vs evil story with plenty of action.

Tess Irondale did a brilliant job with the narration. Looking forward to the next chapter.

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  • Glennccc
  • 01-29-21

Love the story, love the reading of the story

Another great series by Harmon Cooper writing as Gideon Caldwell. The characters as always are weird and wonderful. Grandmother is one of my favorite with her total lack of a filter. The back story and lore is gradually unfolding. That and the great fighting scenes make for great books. Tess Irondale of course does a brilliant job.