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Rebirth of the Undead King: Book 2

Narrated by: Christian J. Gilliland
Series: Rebirth of the Undead King, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 19 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (96 ratings)

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Puzzles need more than two pieces to come together.

After surviving the massacre in Sol, Zaros decides it's time to join the rebels. Together with them, he's prepared to take revenge on the royal family and the nobles of the kingdom.

However, allies may sometimes be more dangerous than enemies. And enemies may sometimes be the most worthy of allies.

Follow the story as Zaros crosses paths with new enemies and allies, personally escorted by the god of death as he walks down the road fate has prepared for him. 

Be part of the legend. Listen to it now!

©2019 Kevin Butman (P)2019 Kevin Butman

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Great books with a few flaws

I have loved these first two books quite a lot but I do wish that Zaros was more aware of what mr death god did and that Zaros was told more info about what was going on. I think that in future books we will need Zaros to know the full truth or it will become rather annoying, I have always hated the whole "keep the truth from the MC for whatever reason" thing, it always becomes a sore spot in the story for me.

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had to get to chapter 9

before the main character from first book is reintroduced. May have been bits here and there that I missed ..... while fast forwarding to the part that matters

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Good overall, but I have a few gripes

There were plenty of good bits but I will only be complaining about relatively small things in hope the writer will improve.

Overall this was a good book but for some reason the author cant go 2 chapters without using the word "schadenfreude". It feels like they are trying to impress the audience with big words now and then but the effect is lost when it's used so often. This is further degraded when you say something like "blood curling" later on (the phrase is "blood curdling "). Aside from the authors word choices there is a training sequence for the young protagonist that feels overly dramatic and to much like a plot device (trying not to spoil). I understand the need for MC to grow up and overcome his "demons" but they way it was encouraged is unnecessary.

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Disjointed.

Not nearly as good as the first book. Don't waste the credit or money.

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could not get past 20 min

sounds like the narrator is reading with a retainer in I know i sound like a prick pointing it out but it gets old fast

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Story was good, narrator had a mic problem.

Story: Good, but not great. The MC is barely even mentioned in this book. Otherwise the story was fine.

Performance: Valiant attempt, but they needed to even out the mic levels. Whenever he would switch voices, or try to shout for a scene, the audio levels would feel like a roller coaster. That may be fine in IRL talking, but trying to adjust the volume every 10 seconds to account for a different voice is very annoying. Besides that, the performance was great.

Overall: Questionably worth the credit for me.

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half story

stories good but it's like reading a rushed essay. it has much potential.
performance when the narrator yells parts of leaders or combat (not much combat) its doesnt sound great kind of like static most likely do to the microphone. might be better of reading this book or just waiting for for the third book. it feels like the next book will complete the series.

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yelling... literal yelling

the point of an audio book is to have a book read to you. not screamed at you. I dont know if it was the author or the narrator that thought literally screaming at a microphone was a good idea but I'll never risk buying anything released by either of them in fear I'll have to endure this garbage again.