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Publisher's Summary

A legendary sword is left behind by his master, the Godking. Trapped for millennia, the sword's spirit awaits the day he'll be set free. Will his new master be worthy of inheriting the Godking's legacy?

Content Warning: Profanity. Gore. Sexual themes.

©2018 Jason Liu (P)2018 Jason Liu

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  • Lilly
  • colorado springs, CO, United States
  • 05-19-18

give it an hour or two

at first i wasn't a fan of the book. really i dropped the credit because of the cover art for it, sue me cute girls with ears and tails are cute, but when you really get down into the book it really does come alive. i started to really relate to the two MCs, and as they started to care more and more for each other i found that i was as well. I don't often take time to write these, but i really think if you give this time you'll learn to care for these characters as much as i do. I would read more of what this author has to offer. even if the references to Stockholm syndrome was a bit jarring at first first for a fantasy book.

25 of 27 people found this review helpful

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great job

Implied sex only. Well written and unpredictable, its nice to hear something so new and different. Also, the audio reader did a great job matching their voice to the feelings from the words. that is something i find most audio readers have a hard time doing. so great job to both writer and reader

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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Loved all 16 hours of it.

This is one of those books that will keep you up at night because you don't want to put it down. Lucia's rags to to riches story is filled with silly motivations, a strong denial, and a slow degradation of her character. Also the predators the scariest creatures in this world are hilarious. the reveal reminded me of the rabbit in monte python's holy grail. Even though its neither a small nor a rabbit. Definitely buy this book. there are fewer better books than this one than I have fingers on my left hand.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Surprising

This was surprisingly good. It's well written and funny. Thd narration is passed like a baton between the characters which at the beginning of the book is a little annoying but soon fixates on the MC who despite being an idiot who cannot read knows phrases like "deus ex machina".

12 of 13 people found this review helpful

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Awesome

normally I dislike overpowered mains but this was great, if you liked blue mage raised by dragons, this book won't disappoint

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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A good book

If you liked the blue mage raised by dragons you should like this to.
It is very funny and I definitely would recommend it.

13 of 17 people found this review helpful

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I can't believe that I listened to that.

Mare Trevathan did a great job performing, but the story was unbelievable. I wish I had stopped after the first hour, but it was like watching a train wreck happen. I just couldn't stop it.

8 of 11 people found this review helpful

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What the Hell (Kinda Spoilers)

I got this book thinking it would be good, I thought I could trust the reviews of my fellow audible listeners.

Boy was I wrong

All of them say that the first hour or two is horrendous to get through, but then t gets better. For me, that was completely false. I continued on through the book, getting more and more.... angry that it hadn’t really picked up at all, it was more like trying to listen to the angry rants of a drugged out, completely crazy homeless person. I swear to god, the character shouting “Breaking Blade” at the top of her lungs continuously is completely stupid, it’s not even funny when they do it either, the voice actor hired for this made the whole thing feel too light hearted and caddy. The main character is a complete sociopath except in the very beginning, any character building is completely skipped over (of which there is little in the first place) and the characters attitude and demeanor never once goes through a change anywhere in the book. Completely self centered and narcissistic. This book seems almost like it was based around ideas like Final Fantasy, Dragon Ball Z, and other media, which does not translate well into book format. Mini-maps? Stockholm Syndrome? In a world where they still use rudimentary tools and have only started coming out with higher levels of magic, the last thing they should know of is Earthen Sayings and Metaphors. Of which there are too many. And this book makes it CLEAR that science is not something they generally accept, which means that sayings like Stockholm Syndrome, a legit psychological disorder, should not be a thing. Do not read this book expecting an enjoyable experience, it is Disjointed, random, and poorly structured. The author decided that writing so that ninety percent of the scenes we see are dialog, we don’t really get to hear about what’s happening too often, unless someone is saying it is happening.

I feel sorry that I have to leave this review, but I feel that it’s a PSA more than a negative review. The 4.5 star rating or whatever this book has is not what this book is worth, maybe... maybe it is 3 stars if you can find a plot somewhere in the books, maybe if you can find a good ending, maybe if you can find compelling characters... but it does not deserve its high rating.

12 of 17 people found this review helpful

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Great performance, terrible book

No idea how this book is rated so highly. I can develop no empathy for the main character, the book rehashes most scenes from two points of view, and it is sorely predictable and slow. Sure, it's a parody, I get it, just not a good one.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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alot of underlying man hate

the narrator did a fantastic job and the story was great it just seemed that whoever did the writing has a real hatred of men and even though its covered up mostly with comedy it's pretty men hateing no two ways about it.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Mahmood
  • 05-18-18

Addictive

I really enjoyed the progression of the main character. The voice sounds exactly like what I imagine an airheaded squirrel girl would sound like. I hope there's a bit more struggle in the next book but otherwise, I have no complaints. Keep up the good work and I look forward to the next volume in audiobook form!

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  • Kieran Stocks
  • 08-01-18

Fun fantasy

I found the story and world really fun to listen to, and gives ideas to my own stories

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  • daniella
  • 06-25-18

:)

I really enjoyed this story,



it was really fun to listen to, looking forward to the next in the installment.

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  • George D
  • 06-20-18

Great

I love the characters, and the story reminds me of blue mage raised by dragons

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  • Bugeag Sebastian
  • 09-05-18

hmmm

not worst not best good funny dialogue but lacks the lit rpg element hmm mahh

0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-22-18

Anime tropes the fantasy book

The title says it all really. do you like overpowered main characters? should they like eating alot? be unintelligent? do you like allmost every anime tropes? should they be in a book? well here you go.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Michael KLINGENBERG
  • 05-29-18

truly alwful<br />

the narrator was irating the dialog is worst I've ever had misfutune to either read or listen to the story line is ok but floored.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-19-18

That’s what Lucia would’ve done

I laughed way too hard when puppers fully embraced the abuse. I want more Mare Trevathan narrating Virlyce books! Virlyce’s comedy + Trevathan’s huge range of voices = aaaaah who am I kidding, they’re both amazing on their own.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful