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Ben's damn adventure continues.

Stranded in the Overcavern Forest with Vivi, an Aeon Slug, Ben must fight his way through this treacherous and ancient environment to reunite with old friends and seek the safety of the great city of Solas. He will contend with some of the worst threats the world has to offer, and he'll do it without pants.

©2021 Matthew Howry (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Only so far

Well Johnathan did a great job in this and it had its funny parts, The problem with this book is substance and moving forward with a adventure. This book is 90% dialog, most inner. Moving forward with the story? Not so much. Learning more about the world and how to get out? Not so much. Currently as I see it, and at the rate of a snail pace, getting back at the Space Elves is going to take about 100 books and that is being generous.

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laughed so hard almost crashed my car

All around great book. There were so many times it had me laughing so hard I would tears in my eyes

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Awesome second book

This book continues in the theme of the first. It is a hilariously fun apocalypse adventure. The characters and the world deepen nicely, and I definitely like the crazy and unique set of ragtag adventurers and powers we get.

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awesome!

I wasn't expecting this series to enthrall me so much! I am very impressed by this series.

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Written as if in drug-induced fever dream

Regrettably, book 2 was not a pleasant listening experience. There were more than enough scatological references to keep 3 Boys Towns worth of kids snickering for days but wore thin after the first few times for me. The whole naked aspect with him and his companions, two of which were female, along with the predictable embarrassed arousals it caused him stopped being humorous after the first mention. Then the entire story plot was tiringly inane that I found myself fast-forwarding whole section to get the story somewhat back on track.

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so great

I have been going through all the lit RPG I can get my hands on I've been through a few hundred and this is probably one of my favorite irreverent and funny but also serious ones that I have come across it's just great and keeps getting better

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Stupid Teenagers

I can't put into words how much I hate useless garbage teenagers, but this book can. Great listen.

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1st book is amazing, 2nd pretty good

Still funny and wild as the first. Wish there was more progress. 3 hours inside the book is covered in like 6 hours and kept getting more complicated and distracted. So go into it to enjoy the journey, not to see how they overcome anything because the victories usually roll them into greater danger and jadedness instead of feel goodness.

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Narrator gets loud for NO reasons frequently

TOUGH LISTEN


Story is ok... if you got through the 1st book then this is more of the same, a bit less world building and travel but hits all the same notes.
So if you like that, you'll like this one

just a warning... as this was the case in the 1st book I had hopes it would be better but not so much
The Narrator...
He doesnt really emote in the ways the author had written, you know like "... character X said seriously"
The Narrator yells. No like really... he just gets loud

Every old man voiced starts yelling/screeching for no real reason, not in the dialogue and doesnt seem to fit the scene.

At some point any given character and even the narration just gets shouted, usually followed by a ... ... long ... ... ... dramatic ... ... ... ... (usually useless) ... ... pause

I get hes telling a story but it comes off as over the top at times and cheesy at others. like kids performing an adult play, where "dramatic" just reads as loud, "funny" reads as loud, "sarcasm" reads as loud.

Everything about the story is fine, just be ready to adjust your volume or just play it low

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To Funny

The performance was to die for 😂. Overall good book and good narration. 👍🏽

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  • 02-28-21

Brilliant

This is the second book in the series and now in my top 5 books of all time. This is likely because of the superb mixture of the author style and the rather inspired narration.

No, I do not in fact have any relation to the author nor was I paid in any way. I just think the book the s***.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-21-21

Loved it!

I personally really like how humanity is presented. In all other system apocalypse books humans always suck but here it talks about how amazing humans can get and I like that a lot

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  • Cannibal
  • 05-31-21

Hilarious!

I think I found my new favourite author and narrator for 2021. I wasn’t sure if I would like the series, but after listening to the first one I knew I had to hear the second, and now I love it. Too many laugh out loud moments to count and the narration of the characters is simply brilliant. An easy 5*’s.