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Something quite odd is happening in Second World - the planet's foremost MMORPG. Something that's causing alliances to be broken, and friendships, forgotten. A worthless low-level mine becomes the stage of vicious battles, its burned ruins suddenly contested by the game's toughest clans. Every border is controlled, and every road in the province blocked off. The weak players and NPCs alike are subjected to non-stop violent raids courtesy of Eastern invaders. And the strong...the strong are scouring the virtual world for the culprit - the weirdest noob the game has ever seen.

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Turned out to be worth it

Oh. My. God. was this book ever insanely annoying to start. Painful to listen to for the first few hours b/c of how ignorant the MC is. Also, the word noob is used like the Smurfs use the word smurf. Really obnoxious.

But once that's over with the story really picks up and you get your money's (or credit's) worth and don't feel cheated.

The narration is ridiculously mediocre. It's not terrible to listen to but he's not that great either.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Worth it

Not gonna lie a truly boring start but it does indeed pick up and you just can’t help but wonder what’s this mofo gonna do next

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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amazing start to this series

this is an amazing start to a new series if you are hardcore video game player you'll appreciate this and if you're someone who's interested in finding about what's your video game playing children are saying then this is a book for you

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average to good story

I enjoyed it. it helped me pass some time. that's what I wanted it for

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hated the start then got better

the beginning was like stereo instructions. the repetitive noob rant felt like the writer had never actually played a mmo no one talks like that out side bad made for TV dramas. after that the story picks up and it becomes a hell of a ride

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Was not my favorite litrpg

It did get better as time went on and I found enough interest in it that I will be listening to the 2nd book.

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Can’t get enough of this series!

Where does The Weirdest Noob rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Top 20%

Who was your favorite character and why?

Ros of course he is the main character and the book is written in first person experience.

What three words best describe Kevin T. Collins’s performance?

Kevin’s performance is good however there are many instances where I can not make out who is speaking, this actually frustrated me on a number of occasions.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

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great listen

starts off slow but once it gets going there's no turning back great listen would recommend to any LITRPG fan

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Good but

Combine mirror world and the way of the shaman you get this. Good book but wish it different from other books.

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Surprisingly Good.

You know I really hated this book at the beginning. I mean this would be a great book for someone unfamiliar with rpg games, but to me he was just so noobishly noobie. lol. But you must remember the title. So by the end of the book you are striving for more story. I thought it was well thought out. So yes a good addition to the lit RPG series.

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  • Remigijus Gentvilas
  • 01-19-18

better than expected

good book with standard "Lucky newb" becoming a hero. worth a listen for LitRpg lover