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The war is in full swing. Following the unprecedented outcome of the siege at Fort Yimin, both the Republic and the Empire are forced to drastically reevaluate their plans for the conflict. With matters on the western front more or less settled for the moment, the warring nations turn their attention toward the eastern theatre. Winter looms on the horizon, threatening to deadlock the region and put a temporary halt to hostilities. With both sides planning to deploy bold and unconventional strategies on top of committing vast resources, it’s anyone’s guess which of them will come out on top.

Indeed, neither government is shying away from resorting to underhanded, questionable, or downright amoral means. The Gilded Hand has been stepping up their efforts to further Spymaster Edward Allen’s schemes. The Empire’s intelligence agency is also looking to field its most powerful enforcers in the coming battles. The Republic’s Foreign Intelligence Bureau is having a hard time keeping up, but they are not without their own dirty tricks. Rumors within the royal palace of the Horkensaft Kingdom to the east suggest that the dwarves and gnomes are on the verge of aiding the elven nation. Something that wouldn’t have been made possible without the Republic’s deep coffers, and the less-than-reputable individuals that fill them.

Boxxy T. Morningwood isn’t one of those shady contributors. If anything, it’s been steadily draining the government’s resources as it forces them to pay exorbitant fees to resolve issues that the monster itself creates. A trend it plans to keep following for as long as it can lie, cheat, and murder its way through life.

Which, barring something ridiculous like divine intervention, is poised to be a very long time indeed.

Content warning: Profanity, gore, violence, explicit adult content.

©2020 Neven Iliev (P)2021 Soundbooth Theater

What listeners say about Teresa: Everybody Loves Large Chests (Vol.5)

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Neven Iliev once again gave us something tasty

If you read the first 4 Books or Audiobooks you know what to expect and yes this one is at least as good as the first four. The Story moves along in a nice pace and the Voice Cast is, once again, perfect. If you liked the the first Books you will love this one as well.

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Boxy told me to demand Mortimer!!!

Give us the next book!!! Boxy demands it! A new book would be tasty and who doesn't love tasty stuff?

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A wonderful continuation for a deceptive chest.

Soundbooth brought the entire cast of characters to life once more, always a treat to listen to this series!

Now to eagerly await the next one :).

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Loved it!

More boxy adventures please :) I absolutely love these books I can’t wait for more and would advise every one to bye them!

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Partial comeback from book 4

This book is a decent rebound from the fourth book.
The narration seemed to actually get a bit worse for some reason. The male voices were all pretty similar, while not being a normal voice. They were all gruff like the spy master of previous books.
The story itself was better than book four, but not as good as the first three. There's more of the pointless conflict around sexuality that the fourth book had, but much less of it. It doesn't fit the story at all and completely ruins the flow. It seems clear that it was thrown in either as poorly made propaganda to support the author's political/world views, or as pathetic pandering to sell books. Any author who can make a violent, abusive sexual relationship between a hermaphrodite fiend and masochistic succubus seem normal could do a much better job with something as simple as a lesbian relationship.
The overall comedy is still lacking compared to the first three books. In return there's a little more plot, but not much. A lot of time is wasted trying to build up the story, but never delivering too much. Pointless interactions that merely fill time, never adding any entertainment or developing the characters. Meanwhile Boxxy's new (potential) allies and the Goddess Teresa herself get far less time than they should.

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Best book in the series!

This book will make you laugh out loud, and root for a man eating monster. 10/10!

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loving large chests

another great addition to boxy and another amazing performance by the great narrators and soundbooth

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best one in the series. just keeps getting better

first book was good but not sure whether id stay with it. im so glad i did!

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fantastic book. fantastic narration.

fantastic book. fantastic narration. great series. this book is the best in the series so far. never know what lies around the corner

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Very... Average.

The whole book just felt like filler. Really long Un needed explanations. With a very dumb abrupt ending. These books are slowly getting worse. Was way better first 3. Ever since Kira came in I kinda checked out hoping boxy would return.

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  • Aaron Farnes
  • 02-24-21

Not as good as the rest of the series.

Not enough murder and violence for my tastes. Loved Morgana. I've read the whole series online.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-16-21

great book, outstanding narration/production

An excellent follow on to the series with Boxy T Morningwood developing his emotional range following the tail end of last novels massacre. This book sees more of the deities come into play, some shady organisations and more of the wonderful dark humour that keeps listeners coming back to this series. Phenomenal narration and production effects, Jeff, Annie and Soundbooth really deliver. Hilarious post novel credits, worth it just to listen to those.

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  • Ryan
  • 03-03-21

Music and sound effects adds SO MUCH!

If you’re this far into the series, you know what it’s about. If you haven’t read/heard any of it... trigger warnings, not for kids, etc.

Despite the above, I really like this series, particularly Morgana (Book 4). Morgana seems like the point in which Iliev ranked up his [author] job and this book is a strong sequel.

Normally I avoid abridged audiobooks like the plague, preferring pure narration. This isn’t actually abridged, but it carries many of the trappings you’d expect.

That said, the music and sound effects make the whole book more engaging without detracting from the narration at all.

This has become my gold standard for production quality. Well done production team. Audible now needs a third rating category for production quality.

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  • christopher meth-cohn
  • 10-06-21

clever, funny and as always, pervy

I love these books. I just need to find someone I can reccomend them to without them calling me a wierdo.

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  • Peter
  • 08-22-21

Absolutely love this series

I can't wait to see what's next for Boxy and his crew of misfits.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-15-21

Still as good as ever!

A good edition to the series with stellar sound production. The book also feels slightly less vulgar and more palatable than the other books. I think this book struck a good balance.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-30-21

Not as good as the other books

kept losing track of the story, if there is one, it just seems to be more of a series of events the ending is fun though

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  • janet smith
  • 05-24-21

Why is this so good????

If you read the summary it sounds pretty lame, as do all the books in this series, but its incredible!! 5 books in and this one is still funny, fresh and complex with fantastic narration. I love this series.

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  • Jason K
  • 05-20-21

Boy I needed this!

I missed this series. In all honesty it’s not as laugh out funny as some of rest but I still devoured it crazily.
Boxxy is still the man and I had a grin on my face a lot of the time.

This book is base and crass sometimes but you wouldn’t be on vol 5 if that’s a surprise. If you like the other books in the series just buy it already.

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  • Chuck stuff
  • 05-17-21

Could just listen to this story forever.

Boxy was a lonely mimic that's come from being a simple flesh-eating box sitting in a dark dungeon to the chosen champion of a god while also starting a war, pissing off demon lords, eating entire towns, and even making succubuses and fiends love him.

I'm a huge fan of this series. It has everything my dark soul needs and I don't think I'll ever have my fill. Some people are addicted to drugs, I'm addicted to the boxy show.

There are things I would like to change such as more of boxy and his fiends and less of the people around him as he is the main attraction of the boxy show. However, this is becoming a huge world-building story so I understand why the story needs to be directed across other races and people.

Recommended for people with a twisted sense of humor, D&D fans, fantasy nuts, horror/monster fans, and all the cool people.

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  • Xravia
  • 04-26-21

Many cool moments but not enough cohesion.

The killing intent and powerful past enemies chasing after boxy with the clear lack of tension and stakes made this the worst book so far imo.

The distinct juggling between normal enemies and divine enemies, overlords and such. while still expecting the reader to keep the tension is pretty bad.

The hero encounter at the end came out of nowhere and was pretty unsatisfying and the way the goddess corruption was explained looked like it came from the traveling dungeon and the cure was the end of the kingsman.

not a very tasty listen.

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  • riley
  • 03-07-21

Great good, Bad Direction

Please, please don't spend 5-6 chapter strait on side characters. Going from the little chest and the mithril golem. please try to keep focus on the MC. I understand world building but we are 5 books in. I'm here for main character development not 30 mins about a gnome using holy light 3 different ways.

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  • Craig McSpellcheck
  • 08-26-21

More of the best

This is ridiculously more of the same insain crap that makes me giggle, laugh and blast through these books in a couple of day. Bravo

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  • Simon Bailey
  • 05-20-21

Brilliant. Shiny. Tasty. GET!

The only thing I have to say about the book and audio is Amazeballs. Thanks Neven, Jeff, Annie, Justin and Soundbooth Audio. This kind of content is tasty and shiny. GET!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-18-21

10/10

Love this series. This book is awesome and worth the read. Would recommend to anyone who like the LitRPG genre.

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  • Joshua
  • 05-06-21

Is it tasty?

Yes.


Boxy voice-over is what keeps me wanting more.
:) :) :) :) :) 😀

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