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Steve Sloan: New Beginnings

By: S. Stone
Narrated by: Nicholas Santasier
Length: 2 hrs and 5 mins
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If you like Litrpg, monsters, spells, and escapism from reality then this is the book for you.

Steve wakes in a strange place with little memory of the night before. All he does know is this ain't London from where he hails. Steve must adapt to the sudden changes in his life. 

In his world, it's kill or be killed, or so he thinks.

©2018 S. Stone (P)2018 S. Stone

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 08-17-18

Not Bad

I signed up to Audible to acquire the audio version of this book after reading it via an e-reader and I wasn't disappointed.
The story started slowly but picked up. I find it refreshing that Steve isn't the normal hero type you would find in story's of this type. I also enjoyed the narration, yes it could be better but it was perfectly fine for this length of book.

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  • Aaron W
  • 10-15-18

Funny book

This book is brilliantly silly. The humor is a little immature but that's the type of humor I like. When listening to something, I don't want to have to over tax my brain. I love silly humour, like innuendo and school age silliness.

The story isn't that bad but the book is short, I'd like to see what can be done in a longer format.