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Publisher's Summary

After accepting the fact that he will never know his old reality again, Gunnar looks forward toward building a new life inside Eden's Gate.

It's time to form a guild, gather resources, and earn the acceptance of the Edgewood inhabitants.

If only things were that easy....

The dark elves aren't thrilled about having humans in Edgewood, the mine isn't vacant, and you can't form a guild without at least a few guild mates.

Will Gunnar pursue Adeelee? Is Rachel still out there somewhere? And who is Jax exactly? Could he really be a Sparrow?

©2017 Edward Brody (P)2017 Edward Brody

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good stuff

awesome storyline, wish it was longer, but it was overall really well done, good action as well.

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More robotic than the NPC's

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

The story isn't compelling and only covers a few days, the main character struggles with a few moral decisions, but doesn't act on the single paragraph of guilt he feels

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

Extremely predictable with no emotional appeal, doesn't help that the main character has forgotten his reason for forming his guild

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator delivers lines with a constant monotone.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Eden's Gate: The Sparrow?

The earlier scenes with Jax and the speculation around him

Any additional comments?

I can tell the author is a huge fan of the drizz't books because the main character is heavily influenced, which I find irritating

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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pretty good

the story and the voice actor were great but i kept getting annoyed at the length of the pauses between chapters

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Great story but...,

So far I enjoyed both books but both book are way too short honestly 1&2 book should have combined one book in my opinion

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Things are only just beginning to get interesting

Okay, I’m still shocked by the plot twist at the end, so all I can say is that if you liked the first book and are looking to get this one than do it. Eden’s Gate is going to be epic in the next few books.

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getting better

The story is starting to get a lot more interesting for me with this book. the players still come off as a bit moronic, but it seems like they're progressing as well. looking forward to the next book.

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A Great Second Book to a Great Series

Wonderful Narrator to an amazing book. Edward Brody provided two amazing books within an amazingly short period of time. I can't wait to see what his mind thinks up next!

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Want More!!!

Great story, amazing characters and a world that comes alive through Edward Brody's writing. cant wait for the 3rd book!

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The Best LitRPG SERIES I have read

What made the experience of listening to Eden's Gate: The Sparrow the most enjoyable?

Both this audible experience and the first book in the series tell a different story of the LitPRG genre VERY WELL. I would pre-order the next 5 books of the series; if they were available now.

What other book might you compare Eden's Gate: The Sparrow to and why?

Other LitPRG stories

What about Pavi Proczko’s performance did you like?

An excellent telling.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I listened to both without stopping. This story tells a different angle on the LitPRG genre.

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Best lit rpg

This is without a doubt the best Litrpg out right now. It's has a great starting point and very unbelievable adaptation of MMO draw-in story. This would be a great place for anyone to start their experience with LITRPG.

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  • John c
  • 10-20-17

IF ONLY

Listened to both books was dubious at first but the more I listened the more I got hooked, if there are more Eden’s gate I would love to know, mr Brody, please don’t let it end there, you can’t let it end there, 😏😉

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  • despie
  • 08-10-17

Another great book from Brody

Purchased this as soon as it became available after listening to the first book. The author did a good job with the story picking up where the last book finished off. The characters development through the story continues to grow and the MC does not become some kind of uber player which is good. The character leveling is consistent and not like other litrpg authors novels who feel the need to describe every stat levelling which happens nearly every other paragraph which is very annoying, Edward Brody has done a far better job with his novels than alot of other litrpg authors. Definitely looking forward to book 3. Pavi Proczko continues to do an brilliant job narrating the books I hope he continues to the other books in this series!

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  • Voyager
  • 08-09-17

Terrific Litrpg

Far better than the self proclained king of litrpg, Aleron Kong and yet I think his is really good too.

Just wish these litrpg self publishers would get a real proof reader, which none so far have done.
Only downside is the rather silly Americanising of the language such as month, day, year. In what world does it go month before day followed by year. Small quibbles really but when listening instead of reading, they really stand out and spoil the narration somewhat.

This narrator was an excellent choice though, with good rythm, speed, volume and pitch as well as an excellent range across both male and female voices.

Looking forward to book 3.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-08-17

Good story. really enjoyed it

Any additional comments?

Only one problem. Why would someone that is so interested in magic and invests in intellect, always forget to use his magic in his fights apart from one boring fire spell that he has had since early book one?