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Office Wars is in full swing, and Bran finds his everyday life in disarray. Vicky poses a problem, but he lacks the time and resources to figure it out. He can no longer bail on Office Wars, or it could very well mean his freedom. His employer manipulates him into a deal, but Bran cannot be sure what is really at stake. 

There is even a salary on the line, and if Bran fails to hold up his end of the deal, then he will become a Serf for the next five years.

In the middle of everything, he is starting to believe the people on his team are becoming real friends. As he gets to know some of them, he realizes Office Wars could change their life, and his decisions in Office Wars were inadvertently putting them all at risk. A tough decision is before him, and he might have the one Poker Chip that can bind them all.

Between his employer's manipulations, Vicky, Office Wars, and the potential permanent loss of a friend he is finding out that he cannot do it all alone. Can he navigate his changing world, and still hold onto the things he cares about most? Or are all the secrets going to tear his world apart?

©2020 James G. Patton (P)2021 James G. Patton

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fantastic!

Great story and narration!

Onion is back, and office wars is starting to heat up! With a new love interest, and his team blazing through the floors, get ready for some next level crazy!!!

Eric does a fantastic job with the narration!

This one is freaking gold!!!

I can't wait to find out what happens next!

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Oh, this series is deliciously fun...

I came across this series several weeks ago (maybe months) and hesitated to start it....boy am I glad I did! The mystery is engrossing but the characters are funny and the lines are snappy.

I gave a small shriek when I realized I didn't have books 2 and 3 so I hurried and purchased them as it would have been a travesty NOT to finish reading.

The only downside to this book is the author doesn't write 'conventually' in that he doesn't use contractions so some of the dialogue come across stilted and WAY too formal. Other than that, awesome book.

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Story is growing well

If you liked the first book, this continues the story well.
Still excellent narration. Still a bit sweary,, but i notice it less. Office wars going well, mysterious outside-time-and-space still really confusing but are clearly building to a reveal eventually.

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what a great book

this is a great book and a great listen. love the humor and loved a fresh take on lit rpg scene it is funny and faced paced and keeps my attention pure escapism

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  • 06-08-21

Trying too hard to be funny

The author tries to be funny. but isn't, his characters come across as annoying and childish instead. the story is confusing and theres no real tension to it. the difficulty with dungeon crawl stories is how to make it interesting and this one fails. Theres a good possibly more interesting plot in the background but a majority of the book is focused on just boring crawl through an office.