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When Arthur defeated Mammon, he never expected Lucifer to awaken, and what’s more, she’s made Arthur an offer he can’t refuse. Join her in the fight against the Darkness or face the consequences. On one hand, it’s a good deal. On the other, well, it’s Lucifer. Worse, she’s not the only one who woke up. Wrath has broken free. Envy is insane. And Lust? Well, Lust is just looking for a big strong man to… well, you know. To Death. Still, if there’s one thing Arthur’s gotten good at, it’s dealing with cranky Archangels. There’s just one problem. Heaven’s about to fall, and when it does, the Darkness’s champion will march on Hell. Guess Arthur better fix his sword. Fast.

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Still nothing but good entertainment

So what is there to know about book three? Well it continues the vein of book 2. Arthur is no longer just a support character the leads from the rear. Rather he's coming into his own power, and discovering his own powers and unlocking his inner bada$$.

Which means if the only reason you like the series up to this point was the original premise you'll be disappointed. As for me, I full approve of the direction, it is not a completely slapstick book but it doesn't take itself too seriously either which is nice. Also three of the last six fallen princesses show up and along with Gabriella are more fleshed out which is nice. Yes finally a book that doesn't just promise to flesh out side characters but actually does! Finally! Once more Arthur himself has some growing pains and changes to do as well. Lastly while there's a bit more sex this time; again it is not described so no complaining about it being porn, if you want porn go read a romance novel and leave the guy fantasy books alone.

In the end if you've followed the series, enjoy anime style stories, a story that is still more about entertainment value than being Shakespeare's successor and if you liked those first two books than here's your next guilty pleasure book. Add to this its actually cheaper than a credit; indulge away.

Now let's just hope the audiobook version of book four is released soon.

6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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good but a little slow.

I love the characters I love Arthur's bumbling personality and happy-go-lucky style. But honestly he could be a little bit more I don't know let's goofy. I get that that's part of his personality but it slows the story down a lot and it kind of drags in the middle starts out good it drags in the middle and it speeds up at the end and then by the time you get to the end your want to hear more. Some people would say that's the mark of a good author. I agree that you're a good author but I think you could do better there's always room for improvement this is not a scathing review it's a good review I promise because I think that the characters deserve more development within the storyline. I honestly look forward to the next book in the series.

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Series peaked at book 1

I've bought the last two books hoping it'd get better, but it's just getting worse. For the first time with a LitRPG style book, I'm not gonna complete the series and considered refunding this book about halfway through it. Whereas most of these book series build on their interesting bits and escalate in a logical sort of way, this series is just all over the place; written at the level of mediocre fan fiction that just wants to jump around and do zany things that sound fun in the author's head, but are translated poorly into a coherent story. As is, I was just using this series as a way to kill time until Super Sales on Super Heroes book 2 was on Audible, but it's not even good enough to fill that void anymore because I actually get frustrated listening to this (and not in a "this is suspenseful" way, but a "what is this and why did I pay for this" kind of way.) The fantasy elements are incoherent and the most interesting bits are not utilized well. The power creep is worse than in stone anime... MC will get some cool power boost, get to be useful for like 5 minutes, then get trounced by the next thing he meets. People have said that the harem elements save this series, but I think even that is terribly done and suffers from the same inconsistencies as everything else. Don't waste your time or money.

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Yea, extremely disappointing.

The last one was frustrating because it felt like we where running around with our heads cut off. This one was basically smut. This was porn in word form. A good third of the book is just the main character having sex with everything that moves. Ridiculous and shallow. I'm done with this series despite everything else about this book being really good. The author is basically a pre teen, infusing his books with his sexual fantasies. Disgusting, and destroys perfectly good novels.

0 of 4 people found this review helpful