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Publisher's Summary

Leveling up would be amazing...

...if it weren't so deadly.

They injected me with a VR chip, a GPS tracker, and my first Seed. They gave me unbelievable powers.

Then, they sent me to fight.

The monsters here are alien and vicious. There is a second moon in the sky. I watched a tree start moving and kill someone. And the other players...?

They're even worse.

I’m alone. I’m weak. And I’m scared. But I will cling to life by the tips of my bloody fingernails.

Who is behind this twisted game? Where are they sending us? Is there anyone I can trust?

If I want to survive, I have to get stronger. But can I do it before the game kills me?

This omnibus contains the first two books in a dark and deliciously violent adventure series that combines science fiction, fantasy, and game elements. You'll love Seeds of Chaos because of the electrifying action, flawed characters, and kick-ass heroine.

Get it now and start the series that will keep you up all night listening.

©2018 Seladore Publishing (P)2019 Seladore Publishing

What listeners say about Seeds of Chaos Omnibus: A GameLit Dark Adventure Series

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  • TU
  • 12-12-19

A dark, brutal world, but one full of depth

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This is a fantastic series, in my opinion. It is intense, has heart, and the characters are not one dimensional. This is an omnibus of the first two books of the series and, at 31.5 hours, is a great value for a credit. I want to warn you, though, this book can be very graphic and gruesome at times. The main set of characters are young, too. As a father, there were a couple of scenes that were hard to get through. After one scene, I even paused the book for a while to work through the emotions it evoked.... Thankfully, the author does a tremendous job of balancing these moments of stark brutality with lighter moments so you aren't completely overwhelmed by it. I was very glad I stuck with it and am very excited to see where the story goes from here. I also want to point out that Natalie Duke does a great job on the narration. She has an engaging voice that easily held my interest throughout the entire book. Onward to book 3!

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Interesting story and potential

The narration for this story is serviceable at best. I like the narrator's voice but her range is lacking. In the first story she made a Latina character sound extremely Asian and in the second it sounds like she tried to smooth it out and landed on making the female character sound like a Latino gangsta slinging herion and calling everyone esse. The characters are overly and sometimes very stupidly emotional and the dialogue is somewhat childish. The underlying story starting in book one is very intriguing and i feel like some of that was lost or changed slightly in book two. Book two felt more polished though in all aspects. I am intrigued in where the third book will go. I recommend this book to younger fans and female readers not for hard core Litrpg fans.

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The Narrator was great.

The story is so pretentious. All the quotes get old and the main character's white then black at a drop of the hat morality is annoying. The story tries to take its self so seriously but comes off annoying and convoluted.

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Bad story, bad reading

Would not recommend. The story was bland and the reading was meh. I felt like the story never really moved forward even in the second book.

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Hidden Gem!

Great story and narration!

Abducted and injected with a mysterious liquid, Eve's life has turned into a nightmare! Shortly thereafter a game interface shows up in here vision and she is told that she must get stronger to survive "the trials." Can she survive unannounced trips to another world while trying to maintain her "normal" life without everyone deciding that she is crazy or a delinquent?

Fun series! I can't wait for more!

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Starts fine, then gets terrible

It was fine until the second encounter with nix (deliberately fuzzy description to avoid spoilers). The series of events during and after that encounter are so unreasonable that it completely shattered my ability to get immersed in the world. I almost always finish books I get into, but couldn't bring myself to get through the end of this one. It gets the second star only because it started out okay despite falling into a few grimdark tropes.

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Pretty Good Book

This is a all around solid book and I really enjoyed it. The voice actor was awesome and the story moved forward and a good pace. I never felt bored or thought anything moved slow.

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One of the best books

Dark, but unique and quite good. Story is interesting too.
This book reminded me a little bit "Knights of Forty Islands" by Sergey Lukyanenko.

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I was very pleasantly surprised.

I was afraid that because of the name, it would be a knockoff of Aleron Kong's Chaos Seeds litRPG series. I was happy to discover they were nothing at all alike. I have already bought the next book in the series. I would classify this as YA. Good writing but a professional editor would not hurt in some parts. The narrator is good but she sometimes mangles the pronunciation of some words. I love her alien accent which sounds like a strange mixture of Bostonian and South African. All in all it's definitely worth a credit.

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good book

good story, well written and good narration. narrator was better than expected. she tried to make it sound like she was yelling when the character did etc

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  • C. Rowlands
  • 12-23-19

Interesting mechanics and world building

With this collection consisting of the first two books in this series, the long runtime could either be a positive due to the good value or a negative if the pacing of the story dragged, luckily for this book it tends towards the former with a story that opens strongly with good pacing and escalation throughout.

In a lot of these type of books, the real world is very quickly disregarded with the game world taking centre stage, but that is not the case with this book where the "game world" is also a real (but alien) world and the levelling also alters the players in reality. The intrigue and issues build rapidly for both locations with some surprising developments adding additional links between the two as well.

The narrator does a good job overall, providing a strong and diverse range of voices for the varied cast in a manner that nicely enhances the listener's enjoyment of the book.

Overall, a strong collection that ends with a dramatic change that should lead to an interesting follow up.

[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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  • 07-25-20

it was a bit meh

The novel starts off pretty cool with an intresting premise and a battle royals style feel, but as you progress the characters start to grate on you and the constant paranoia of the main character eats away at the enjoyment of the book as a whole. The performance was of a high standard.

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  • Jonathan
  • 11-26-19

Couldn't put it down

Impressive for a 31 hour book, I struggled to put it down. I recieved a review copy of this book, but it is a struggle to review it without spoiling it. The world building is incredible, encompassing not only a distopian earth but also a functioning "game world". The story starts with an underlying mystery that you unravel with the main character as the story progresses. For every discovery, the mystery only gets deeper. The entire book is filled with action and discovery with each event building on the last.

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  • John c
  • 11-24-20

So dour,

So dour so depressing, audible give your head a shek and your staff for letting this drivel make it on to your reading list, i want my credit back 🤨

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  • 11-01-20

kind of Meh, sometimes jarring

while the narator has done a great job, the story is somewhat lacking. hard to explain, kind of nonstop but insignificant action