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Dark World: A Gamelit Adventure
Narrated by: Michael Bonaventura
Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Legendary Elora Online gamer, Seeker, kills and loots Sid, destroying all of Sid’s progress in the game. Infuriated, Sid makes it his personal mission to exact a humiliating revenge on Seeker for the sake of all the players in Elora. He succeeds after months of planning, but soon, he find himself in a secret part of Elora Online, Dark World, where he can feel everything in the game with all his senses and can’t access Elora or the real world anymore.

As he uncovers the mysteries of Dark World while being stalked by Seeker, his old nemesis who also now has a new race and class, he makes unusual friends who help him claim his summons for Mystic. With each summon, he wins in impossible battles, gains more power, and unlocks the secrets of what Dark World really is...what Elora Online is, and why he’s there.

The hits make him bleed, and the deaths are painful. He must defeat Seeker once again, and this time it’ll take more than a year of planning. It’ll take a worldwide war.

©2017 Severed Press (P)2017 Beacon Audiobooks

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One of the worst performances I've ever heard

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

The narattor sounded as though he was rushing through the story. His tone and inflections sounded out of place at times.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

Main character collecting summons was an interesting idea

Would you be willing to try another one of Michael Bonaventura’s performances?

No

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Okay story, Bad narrator

The story itself was okay but the narrator was down right horrible. He had no range of voice between characters and put no emotion into the story. Also he read the story as if he was rushing, not even pausing between sentences making the story one long run on sentence.

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try at your own risk

A ruff and disjointed story. hard to get in to and even harder to stick with.

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Questionable

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

A person that is only about rushed information. The transitions were hard to follow and most of the book learned to the numbers.

What didn’t you like about Michael Bonaventura’s performance?

I hate to call him robotic, because I think it is more about the way this book was written.

Any additional comments?

It feels like there is a rush of information with little character building.