• Nova Terra: Liberator

  • The Titan Series, Book 5
  • By: Seth Ring
  • Narrated by: Eric Jason Martin
  • Length: 17 hrs and 2 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (909 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Despite all the advantages that came with being a Titan, for Thorn, it has come with equally Titan-sized problems.

Thorn has freed himself from an ancient curse and cleared up the political turmoil in the capital, but the looming threat to Northern Angoril posed by the Orc invasion of Rasyn carries him back to the Elven island. But not before he deals with a cultist infestation in his own home.

Beset by enemies on all sides, Thorn must choose between keeping himself safe or throwing himself into the jaws of danger to honor the commitments he has made to his friends and allies. When he faces foes he cannot overpower with brute strength, it will take all of his wisdom and fortitude to keep him and his allies alive.

©2021 Seth Ring (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Great book.

Overall this is a great addition to the Nova Terra series. The only downside to the book is the constant repetition of the full character and quest descriptions sometimes multiple times in a chapter. Placing those for review at the end of the chapter, or trimming them to the vital information will help the flow of the book, because you've added nothing to the story by reminding us 50 times throughout the book the character has 20 titles and the same 5 ongoing quests in 18 hours. (Hops off her soapbox)

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still no plot

Sadly, this is the end of another series for me that started out well.

So, the MC is overpowered. This was established at the start and is not news. I praised the author for doing overpowered right. There was a reason for the characters powers, and he still relied heavily on others to cover his shortfalls in knowledge and experience. All of that is thrown out the window in this book. The MC is now main tank, main DPS, master assassin, owner of a legendary pet, general of the army, strategist, business magnate, and lord. What makes this amazing is he has put in no effort on any of these fronts. He still manages to not understand common gaming terms and ideas, while employing complex strategies he pulls out of his ass. Most of the other characters went from marginally meaningful to footnotes. The entire game world revolves around one extremely broken character, yet everyone else is surprisingly fine with it. Oh, and despite being a blatant cheat of a character, the MC is still only getting by on dumb luck and his pay to win mentality.

In addition, there has been a lot of allusion and foreshadowing to a reason for Thorn's plot armor, and collection of ridiculous abilities. This is still not resolved in the slightest. It is mentioned, but after five books the lack of progress in the overall plot makes the story just a collection of side quests.

Furthermore, the frequent switches between game and real-life mechanics is maddening. One second, actions have real life consequences, then enemies spawn out of nowhere and game mechanics are now in effect, then it swaps back so the MC can one shot a boss.

Finally, the narration quality drops a lot. You can’t tell who is talking anymore as there are only three separate voices used with the exception of Akira.

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Good listen

I think the listener will enjoy this book and it's well worth the credit. It has great characters and a well-written story.

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Good as always

Like a tidal wave against a castle wall, this book series, once again is one of those that expand and further divulge into the many oddities. Definitely going into the next book. Leaving on somewhat of a cliff hanger, leaves reader yearning for more. Though not as... Hmm 🤔 gratifying as previous books ( revenge or taking back what is yours/theirs), this still is still a going strong series. Makes you wonder what's in store for main protagonist when they have 12 YEARS to experience the game/ life of Nova Terra. It might as well be real life for him having to spend nearly the same amount of time in game as in the real life ( he's 17). Now.... Onto the next book!

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a bit sad about the direction this storyline went

I'm sad that the character galesh who was showing signs of growth from the last book was used as the next villain for this books beginning. I still liked the book it just was sad that a character that could've been made to be a big time supporter to thorn fell to the "dark side " again 😢

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Love it!!

I have been hooked since book one!!

I will definitely hear the whole series again!! love the adventures

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The story ARC is still goin strong, best yet!

If you thought that Seth Ring would start running outta steam think again. This action-packed story ARC is still as vibrant and fresh as the first few books was. And I loved it!
Thorn has gained his ability to speak again but discovers that a cult is trying to take over the valley. And the Orc's are about to enslaved the Elven nation and take over Northern Angoril... But first things first he has'ta make things right in his own valley before he can go off questing. He has a cult to put down and to treat with the Giant Wolves that's been living in the shadows of his valley.
So grab the book, better yet get the audiobook, and enjoy!

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Another great adventure

This book is as good as the previous ones. No way you won’t get the next one.

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15/10

absolutely love this series and has gotten me to become a book worm would recommend for anyone starting out to even veteran readers

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One thing more

In books written in a series like these, the author supposed to leave you wanted more at the end of the book. That way you will buy the next book. The end of this book didn't leave me wanting more, it left me feeling as if somebody ripped out the last chapter. The ending was disappointing.