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Humanity is facing its greatest crisis yet, and there is only one frontier left for them to explore. Join John as he travels through time and space, though not together, to save all that he holds dear. There may also be a good deal of escaping reality involved as well. You have been warned!

©2017 Justin Miller (P)2017 Tantor

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Love it

You just got to love his arachnophobia. Can't wait to hear the last book. 5 stars.

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great book!

this was such a good book, fun to listen to. the MC seems like a real person and not a normal protagonist.

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cant get enough

everything from character's to the way he describes magic is so detailed and so well done its made this one of my favorite series keep up the good work

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awesome book

the author did a great job, I love the series and hope he continues on it, I highly recommend this book.

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The only acceptable filler ever

This was fantastic lots of technical advances and world building can't wait till the next one hope it's longer.

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Good but drags out a bit.

Enjoyable, but tends to drag a little. Still can not wait for the next book in the series.

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holy mother of fanservice!!!!

listen, guys like boobs and whatever but when you spend so much time talking about boob size  and aaah breast surgery you have gone too far. gad, I stopped rolling my eyes and startef rolling my neck. I was willing to acept the hatem situation but the whole plit of the book right now it about who is rubbing their breasts on him. incredibly boring! the only male character is an old dude so Im like, shit, if you are going to spend that much time doing fan service throw us a damned bone! This series has entirely lost the plot and has become unbearably boring. I live games, hence ehy I bought a litrpg series but other tgan telling us that he is cultivating its all about boobs now. Im going to return this one.

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  • joel
  • Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • 11-27-17

Spectacular continuation of the series

I have thoroughly enjoyed this series so far; the overall premise is great and can't wait for the finally.

I really enjoy how the book is written, with us being taken through events that happen (real time) and how the main protagonist Narrates other portions (talking to the audience / or in this case the listener) It reminds me of how Malcolm in the middle was done. It's a new twist on how similar litrpg books and series are written.

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Loli is not Ioli

It's somewhat sad when the narrator messes up a word once, but to continue to mess it up and no one is the wiser, that's a travesty.

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Not as good as the others.

I'm pretty sure that the author did not know where to go next with the book. Insted quickly leave the Earth where so much is happening and take to the stars with a ship full of women. Theis book is saturated with refrences to anime, video games, and movies. A few refrences that are GOOD is fun but this quantaty just makes me sigh in board acknowledgment. It feels detatched and a bit scrabled. I don't think I'm going to finish this book nor will I get the next one. I made it though at least 3/4 of the book so I think I have read enough to give an accurate review.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-19-17

Moo review

damm son love this series...there better be a book four called the clan or something with huge ass fights cause that's what you have set me up for with that ending now I need a forth book


If you like any fantasy or lit rpg this is your jam interested in dungeon dive books then read this now