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Stone Raiders' Return

Emerilia, Volume 6
Narrated by: Tristan Morris
Series: Emerilia, Book 6
Length: 11 hrs and 26 mins
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As the Stone Raiders have grown in power, they have started to attract the eyes of established powers. Gudalo has become a viper's nest of schemers as the Gudalo Kingdom’s situation turns dire. 

They might have fled the Selhi Capitol, but as Selhi is learning, one doesn’t simply get away with acting out against the Stone Raiders. 

Dave and Party Zero continue to grow in power; finally free from the battles helping the Aleph, Demons, and Beast Kin, they are now free to work on their own skills and their new guild hall. 

As the stone raiders return, their choices and actions will either lead then to become the most powerful guild Emerilia has seen or be wiped out by those who oppose them.

©2017 Michael Chatfield (P)2018 Michael Chatfield

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anticipating the next book

this author is by far the best at creating a fantasy Universe based on the LITRPG genre. his characters are more Vivid and deep compared to others in the world is much more expensive. the series has a great premise and it still maintaining it's quality I've already started reading the next book and it's better then this one so the series is only getting better as far as I'm concerned.

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Same story as the last few books.

Enjoyable to have on. Exact same story as the last few books. The entire series would be much better if it was condensed from 15 books (or whatever) into about three or four.

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A Fading Story

I'll be honest. This story has been dying for a while now. I bought this just because I like to shout "Stone Raiders!"

Party Zero is so overpowered that I feel no investment in them. If you have a problem, send Party Zero. If the task is impossible send Dave.

The crazy high stat points and levels seem so cartoonish that I have a hard time not picturing every character as avatars straight out of World of Warcraft. There is no danger so maybe that's why there's no character. Even the narrator doesn't get excited when he says 'woohoo'.

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Another Hit.

I TRULY, ENJOYED BOOK 6, IT'S REMINDED ME OF BOOK 1. When all, Dave wanted was a nice place to have a beer. Glad, they haven't found a new world, just to start new & endless wars. I really like the pasting of book 6 & the nation building. MORE PLEASE...………! Come on audible, book 9 is already written. Chop chop, Audible. You'll taking to long to upload new LitRpg Audio books, especially when the books are already written & published. Mr Chatfield. Audible is standing in the way of me, giving you my money faster. Smiles... Clearly, am ready for the next book. It's not as fun, when i read them myself & should i then listen to it, all the surprises are known. So get to the Recording Studio Mr Morris. Thanks, to everyone involved in this great & well thought out story. Keep up the great work guys.. Much love to yuh, from Tobago.

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These Emerilia books just keep getting better!

These Emerilia books just keep getting better & better! I hope the Ten Realms series stays as good as Emerilia.

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Fun, thoughtful & action packed.

M. Chatfield has got it going on! This series is immense fun! I really wish Audible would get the rest of the Ten Realms Tales! that would be an instant sale! I hate going elsewhere for AudioBooks. Audible is doing so many things right!!!

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narrator and series are top notch

this series is very intriguing she's week written.
Narrated beautifully by a master story teller

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Continues the story

Another great entry in the series! Narration continues to be good, and the story continues to make me want more.

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antics antics antics

I was amused by the author's over use of the word antics, just like the previous novels.

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Another great book in the series

This book was another awesome and fun book for the Emerlia books. If you liked the other books, you'll like this one. #LITRPG #MagicSystems #ChoosenOne #tagsgiving #sweepstakes

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  • Ben
  • 10-14-19

Top Notch

this is a series that does not disappoint and effortlessly pulls you in. I would recommend the series to anyone who is interested

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  • Archive of Avalon
  • 03-03-19

Good... but.

It's a good story a part from some annoying aspects. Such as "smile/smiled" being used to much. I didn't notice that during the first book, but 2 onwards seems much too prevalent.

The author also likes to repeat themselves or actions such as a character doing something big and awesome and the author showing that quite well. Then it will either have that character explain what he's doing to aomeone(s), or cut to another character who either explains everything in more detail via inner monologue, or explains it to someone else once they've "obviously" figured it out. It's like what they do in animé. It's a terrible trope for any author and makes the reader thing the author doesn't think we're smart enough but not doing the right think in show not tell, but showing and telling.

It's also gotten soooooooo lovey dovey in areas it's sickening. I'm all for a bit of romance in a story, but come on.

Though, as you can likely tell - book 6... so I'm still enjoying it, even if the main characters are starting to get OP. It's starting to feel a little too much like an animé inspired read. Though, there's nothing wrong with that, even Manga writers that write novels know not to add animé/Manga tropes to their books because that doesn't work, and the only reason there is so much explanation in Manga is because of the style of the print making it harder to show everything without having some other character dictate a little, and when that gets translated into animé (they don't do it nearly as much anymore) they kept the long-winded gasped "I get what he/she did now" moments that were needed in the Manga, which tended to fill out series more, which is partially why most animé series are so much shorter these days.

But I kind of got off tangent there. Overall, the book series is rather pleasant. The narration is good; not great, but good. The guys voices are much better for the male characters, but feel and sound wrong on female characters.

I will rate the series so far, 4 out of 5. The first book dragged me in with its unique litRPG story. Blending Sci-Fi and Fantasy with a real world "VR"MMO and aliens and all that good stuff. It's what has kept me from doubling the speed of the read, so I don't miss a thing.

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  • ChristopherHart
  • 08-09-18

amazing book

I love how large scale battles are done in this book also the character development is great and I enjoyed the different perspective given aswell

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  • Scott
  • 07-15-18

Enjoyed It.

Love the series, great pacing and performance was good.

there is way too much time however taken up by the constant changes to his status, this could do with streamlining.

all in all great liaten.

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  • kian
  • 06-30-18

Brilliant

Loved every minute of it. I like how the story is progressing and the plots are getting thicker and how the characters are evolving. I can't get enough of this series. Love the budding romance between the characters.

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  • A C Bennett
  • 08-31-18

Great

Another great story,most enjoyable read. Looking forward to reading the next book in the series wish it was a audible version but not to worried , will still be happy to follow Dave and Co adventures via a ebook. Thanks Michael.

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  • John
  • 07-04-18

STONE RAIDERS'

I love this book from start to finish the characters a well written and informative the narrator did a great job with the narration and the author did a great job with the story 5 out of 5 stars.