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Publisher's Summary

Death, it seems, isn’t always the end.

I was a soldier, fighting for the lives of the whole damned world, when I went and got myself obliterated by this alien f**k.

I figured that was it. Game over, done. But then I woke up in a different body, in a strange world full of dust and ruins, with awesome martial arts skills I’d never had before. Not to mention a chi gift thing that seemed to work a lot like magic.

I had no clue why or how it all happened. All I knew was that there were these monster girls I was supposed to protect from an endless horde of semi-human things that wanted us all dead.

And there were these words seared into my brain like a motivational quote: You can save them. You can save all of them.

Of course, I had no clue who the words referred to, whether there was any truth to them at all, or where to f**king begin.

Rogan’s Monsters: Wastelands follows our hero's sword-swinging adventure across the wastes of a strange new world. It is the first book in a harem series that includes isekai, wuxia, xianxia elements (martial arts and magic), as well as a few gamelit mechanisms for good measure. Set (mostly) in a post-apocalyptic world, it contains violence, nudity, and sex, as well as alien invasions, wraiths, and monster girls.

Listen at your own risk.

©2019 Jack Porter (P)2020 Jack Porter

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Interesting premise, not quite my taste

This is what I found out to be harem lit. mixed with RPGlit,
I felt the story jumped a bit and didn't expand enough on the RPGlit part for it to make sense.
The harem portion was a bit more than I care for.
The story line was an interesting premise, but didn't feel like it was developed,
This book is definitely setting up for a series and over all I liked it, but seems to stop after character introduction to set up for the next episode.

I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an unbiased review.

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Unfortunately I cannot give an objective review...

Oh yuck! I'm soooooooo sorry that I picked this up. And I apologize to the author. So since I literally can't give a objective review, I won't. I hadn't realized that this was a harem litRPG... and it's definitely not my cup of tea...
Andrew B Wehrlen isn't a narrator that I can recommend no matter what genre he might pick up and narrate. He's got a technique, pausing between sentences, and that just bugs the heck out of me...

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wait for an omnibus!

the "ending" is the worst conclusion to a book I've ever read or heard. it's like if star wars ended after Luke and Ben hired Han but before they got into space.

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Barely worth the purchase.

Amateurish writing fit for little more than webnovel fodder. It was either quickly written as a type of sexploitation novel, or poorly written by an amateur. The sex scenes are disappointing and the action scenes are... boring. Very little drama, build up, or seeming challange. The characters are paper cutouts filling a role rather than adding to the overall story. We get no sense of greater motivation or internal drive.

I couldn't empathize with the protaganist and the relationship dynamic was unbelievable even for a novel.

Buy something else.

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Good Mix of Backstory and Action

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

The story begins with a helpful degree of background, setting the stage for the main story to begin. I quite liked the concept, it was unique and interesting. The writing was good, and the action sequences were well done. For me, I have to either like the MC or find them interesting - and in this case both of these goals were met. It’s also a story that sets up a compelling series, which I appreciate.

Narration was strong and sound quality was fine. I felt taken in as I listened, which is my best measure of a good storyteller.

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Good concept

Good idea but very dry misses multiple chances to add more like most shorter books slow then rushed at the end

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Pretty good

I like the book however the mc seems like he should be more agitated considering he died and wakes up in another body and other than his little harem he’s accentually a slave if he has no choice but to obey the story itself seems like it’s going somewhere so we’ll see

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save some money

read the summary , then skip the book ... 6 hours of filler and crying

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Not enough world building

the premise of the book is interesting but I spent the whole time waiting for the author to explain more about the history of the world, or how magic works, or even just who the the sandwalkers are and why the main character hates them. Instead everything except ridiculous anime style fighting, cheesy dialog and sex scenes was entirely glossed over. The result is a rather boring book that proved a struggle to finish. i feel this is a shame because the story has a lot of potential and could have been a real gem. also the narrator has an annoying voice.

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Good Story with excellent characters, not your normal characters but definitely interesting. The plot is definitely intriguing and keeps me wondering. The narration is excellent!

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  • Panos
  • 05-10-20

Pretty solid, but ...

I received this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review.

Narration 10/10
The narration is really good, clear, crisp, the expressions are well done, nothing wrong with it.

Story 6.5/10
The story is told through the perspective of a human soldier fighting in an alien invasion of trolls and wraiths where he'll eventually get killed only to wake up in a different body of a powerful warrior 600 years in the future. The story in the beginning is pretty engaging and you want to explore what has actually happened to the world and our hero, while the action is found in good amounts to keep things interesting.
However, I found myself getting to the end of the book with none of my questions being answered and the story turned out more flat than I originally expected. I think there could be less of the protagonist having sex with every female character in his sights and give us a more consistent narrative with a bit more depth and better foundations.

Overall, despite the mentioned negative remarks about the story, I did enjoy this audio-book, which the narrator actually managed to make more engaging and interesting, and I think I could potentially find myself reading the sequel. I'd recommend this for adult audiences only as a swift easygoing listen.

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  • Eamonn N.
  • 04-21-20

sample needs changed

Listened to the sample, sounded interesting. Bought it. about 2 minutes after the audiobook starts it describes itself, and I wanted a return instantly. Just put that section in the sample so less people get baited into buying teenage smut by accident.