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This isn't your grandma's King Arthur story.

Nate Arturi isn't a knight in shining armor. He sure as hell isn't a king. And the last time someone called him heroic, it was because he fetched his neighbor's corgi off the roof. But when an ancient alien beacon awakens on Earth, sounding the call to enemies near and far, the Merlin is left with little choice. Any Knight in a Doomsday, or so the saying goes.

Ambushed by a hulking alien brute and tricked into accepting a foul-mouthed sword from a homeless wizard, Nate suddenly finds his senior year at Penn State more than a little out of hand.

But when an armada of butt-ugly troglodans and exotic gorgon killers starts raining from the sky, one thing becomes inescapably clear: unless he mans up and gets that damned beacon off of his planet, everything he knows is about to be burned to a crisp.

Can Nate master the Excalibur in time to stop the trogs?

Listen to The Eighth Excalibur now to find your freakin’ destiny!

©2019 Luke Mitchell (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Could have been better..

The story was well written. Story progression was all right. Can’t complain about me the characters. Any aspect receipt was the nature of our me the main character is as it’s been stated whiny-ness was a huge turn off to the story. I listened I was about chapter 21 I realize that he was never going to get out of his whiny Ness in this book instead of stopping I listen to the end and the the actor that did this did an excellent job to convey self doubt the self-loathing of the indecisiveness of the main character and I truly appreciate it his commitment to giving his best. However, the story that the author is trying to tell may have been lost in the whiny Ness of the main character not that you can lose the progression but the purpose of the whining. Like was that really needed. I typically would’ve stopped the playback like in the first 10 chapters. But, in spite of the reviews and everything else and everyone was saying about the whining main character I felt that I would’ve been able to you know muscle through it. I did only because I wanted to leave a review stating the whining takes away from a great story it would’ve been five stars but it’s actually 2 1/2 stars

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Enjoyable!

This is a great story from the talented Luke R Mitchell and narrated artfully by Gary Tiedemann! I thoroughly enjoyed it and definitely recommend it!!

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first 8 hour is woe me

Just waste time if like someone woe me all time and Lacks any character
you may like book. i will return it

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