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Super Sales on Super Heroes

Super Sales on Super Heroes, Book 3
Narrated by: Nick Podehl
Length: 12 hrs
4.5 out of 5 stars (1,790 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Felix would like nothing more than to take a vacation. A long one. One where he didn’t have to wake up every morning and worry over casualty lists for the day.

Ever since he and the Legion had been forced to flee their headquarters four years previous, nothing had gone quite right. In fact, Felix and the Legion have been locked in a shadow war with enemies unknown. Ones with magic that could carve through their technology easily.

As the rest of the world fell apart, tearing itself to pieces at every turn with the return of the old gods, the Legion has held the chaos back. The price in blood has been climbing slowly, lately.

Felix suspects there’s a change on the horizon. One that he hasn’t prepared or developed a plan for. Or so his paranoia has been telling him. That there’s a change coming now that’ll shake up the world. One that will turn it inside out, Legion and Felix along with it.

Felix has decided it’s time to push ahead and act. To finish things and protect his people at the same time. To take his Legion and make it safe.

Because that’s all that matters in the end to him. His Legion. And it always came first.

Warning and minor spoiler: This novel contains graphic violence, undefined relationships/harem, unconventional opinions/beliefs, and a hero who is as tactful as a dog at a cat show. Listen at your own risk.

©2018 William D. Arand (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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lost the rpg style writing

story line was great but what the first books had that was truly amazing was the detail in each person's upgrades and how it changed their powers it happens like 2-3 times in this book and it was just a touch and go.

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harem full steam ahead

Loved books 1 and 2 but this one starts getting really heavy into a massive harem and it is taking away from the story, sadly it looks like it will be even worse in book 4.

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ewww gross

Skeezy, skeevy, the first book was good. but the second went downhill and this one is just a sex fantasy.

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What started out as a good premise has fallen

This book series started out with an amazing premise but has quickly turned into an unapologetic furry kids wet dream with spots of decent story mixed in.

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no points and meant as a crossover book

there were definitely some aspects of the book that I appreciated. I liked the approach to his benefactor, but the glossing over of all the characters we've come to know at this point was disheartening. This might have been easier to digest if I had read his other series, but it seemed to forget most of the threads left from the previous books... I might continue if another one comes out, but I definitely feel a little burned.

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women want to bang you rpg

the author decided to just go deep into a story that centers on the protagonist getting flooded by pussy.

I'm so severely disappointed in this series and will not be continuing.

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Disappointed

Loved the first two, super disappointed with this book. It went completely off the rails. The first 7 chapters have been nothing but harem. Pregnancy and orgy's and what little story progression it had was confusing and uninteresting. This will be the first audiobook I don't finish

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Too mired in logistics

This series has kind of jumped the shark. Spending chapters on Supreme Court hearings for anti trust is probably where the author should ask, “is this a superhero story anymore?”

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great performance, poor story

I loved the first two books in the series. they always had a bit of the teenage harem lonely guy fantasy in the background but it was easy to ignore. this book however all that is front and center. it really is a pity cause I loved the first two.

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10% actual story 90% useless drama.

The first book was great. the second book was good but too much unrealistic drama. This one, however, was a poor excuse for a sequal. 90% of it was a weird nerdy furry fetish heram fantasy fuck fest. I loved the bits of the real story that actually happened. The rest was literally just random women fantasy creatures throwing themselves all over Mr. nice guy Felix.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-06-19

I had to open my mouth...

I had an awful lot of hope in this series and William D Arrand had shown promise in this series. I had wrote in my review for 'super sale on super heroes 2' that William had improved from his previous series 'the selfless hero'.

I was wrong.

So why am I disappointed? well as stated in my previous review, I had enjoyed how William had focused on the main characters and kept the story flowing from the first book. But SSOSH 3 completely sideline the original main characters for seven, YES SEVEN new characters! with the majority of the original main characters having a severe lack of character development and some of them even having 'important' parts in the main story. it's upsetting to see that one of the original characters to have five maybe six small moments in the book, then be used for one of the most important events near the end of the story. It should have made me feel upset, IT SHOULD have made me care for what was happening to them, but because the lack of "screen time" they had, I felt like it was nothing.

this is the problem you get when you have too many characters! I loose interest in all of them because eventually I don't know who's who. when you have 14 characters that I need to know, I end up forgetting them and they end up as faceless blobs!

however I do want to both praise and critise for William's merger of his 'universe' with Runner, Vince and Felix ending up in the same story. With the Marvel avengers like story coming together, it feels like it's about time that an author has tried to create a story on this caliber. the only issue that I want to bring up is the problems with bringing his Randi Darren work into the universe. personally, Randi Darren's work just isn't my cup of tea. there's nothing wrong with it, I'm just not a fan. As such, I have no clue what's going on in that story. As a personal recommendation, I would suggest keeping the two author's stories separated for the benefit of the reader. However that's for William to decide.

Ultimately I am disappointed, I do hope that William can prove me wrong. As a fan of his work, I know that William can write brilliant first books that want me to continue to the next book. But I cannot stress this enough, please William, if you're reading this. Stick with your original main characters! To me SSOSH 2 was a definite improvement on your work and showed you didn't need to resort into throwing new characters to spice up a story. You can do better than this

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  • William
  • 01-31-19

not as good

this fell short of the last two books. the humour and funy interactions now play second fiddle to world events. no explosive pancake madness and hareem swelling becomes nuch more prevalent. not the same tone as the previous two

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  • The Edwards'
  • 02-17-19

just great

outstanding, truly couldn't stop listening it almost took over my life until I finished the book. Now I can't wait for the next one , chomping at the bit to find out what happens next love a good cliffhanger.

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  • Izaya
  • 02-16-19

It went to far!!!

Its to much, To much with the gods and the doomsday stuff, i had high hopes for this book and im not impressed.

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  • Adam Turner
  • 02-15-19

Strength-to-strength!

Another great book in the series and I feel it's a coming of age book too. This book is focused mainly on characters, their progression and the development of on going plots.
There is still some great action sequences but I feel Mr Arand is becoming an excellent author and this shows in the depth of the characters and plotlines.
By the end I was once again thirsty for more!

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  • Dan Wright
  • 02-14-19

good

a great addition to an awesome series. funny and I'm awaiting the next installment. thanks

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  • Shane
  • 02-13-19

The Hook is falling away

The focus shifted a bit too much away from Felix's ability to modify things and has become too heavily focused on the 'harem' aspects of the story. I enjoyed the expansion of the overall universe but not the other elements definitely took away from it

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  • Chris parry
  • 02-08-19

Too much politics

To be to politics focus and sexiest at times. Found it boring most of the time.

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  • James martin housby
  • 02-08-19

Just wow

Fantastic contribution to the universe, so glad I finished the wild waste series before listening to the 3rd super sale book.
It ties every thing together and also answers a few questions. It also leaves you with a lot more. And where the series goes next.
I would recommend this and the whole series to every one. Otherlife, and wild wastes are a must to get the complete experience.
Can't wait to see what comes next.

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  • Chris
  • 02-04-19

Different Ending to a trilogy

Enjoyable trilogy and it brings his anagram author Randi Darren trilogy into frame, it will be interesting to see what the next wild wastes installment holds as the 2 cousins/brothers join forces to face the pantheons. Nick Podehl brilliant again as usual.

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  • Dale
  • 02-15-19

Hell yes! An excellent sequel, needs another!

The story continues just as awesome and well thought out as before and more, so much more. The narration is perfect, i really love Nick's range and always makes it easy to listen and enjoy.

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  • John
  • 02-05-19

Super Sales on Super Heroes, Book 3

This book is bloody brilliant William D. Arand is a talented and skilled author and it's shows with this book series. I love this book from start to finish the characters a well written and informative .the voice acting skills of Nick Podehl makes the characters come alive this book is a must to listen to 12/10 stars ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆.....