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For Constance Verity, saving the world isn't the hard part; it's keeping her new, ordinary life from falling apart along the way that's going to be tricky. 

Constance Verity Saves the World is the next audiobook in the witty Constance Verity trilogy, which Booklist named a Top 10 SF/Fantasy title of 2016. 

Constance successfully became an ordinary person. People warned her it would be boring, and they were right. That's exactly why Connie loves it. But there's an Adventurer-shaped hole in the cosmos now and a lot of interested parties eager to fill it. Not all of those candidates are fit for the role, and if the Adventurer falls into the wrong hands, it can lead to chaos and destruction. 

Constance still has all the skills of her old life, but she's no longer chosen. Yet when the fate of the world is at stake, she sets off, reluctantly, to keep the forces of evil from stealing the destiny she abandoned.

©2018 Alex Martinez (P)2018 Recorded Books

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As good as the first book

In general, I find sequels disappointing, particularly when the book they follow relied on some kind of gimmick. I was concerned that a second Constance Verity book would suffer from the fact that so many "epic hero" stereotypes had already been mined by the first book, and was pleasantly surprised that Martinez was able to continue the entertaining action without feeling like he was digging for scraps.