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Struggling to recover from his losses in Kirshtein, Lee is swept back into the fray when a dangerous new Herald sets her sights on him. Hell-bent on reshaping the world in her own image and with her own ideals, she is willing to commit even the most immoral acts in her pursuit of righteousness. At risk of losing everything he has worked so hard to create, Lee has to find a way to defend the weak against a madwoman whose deranged sense of justice has twisted the limits of the game. 

To make matters even more difficult, Lee is forced to face these problems while dealing with an increasingly erratic system he doesn't understand and the Goddess of Blood's own strong-willed Herald. 

This is the third installment of War Aeternus, a popular LitRPG gamelit book that focuses on the adventures of Lee, a regular office worker stuck in a game-like world.

©2017 on Charles Aylett Ashby Dean (P)2018 Charles Aylett Ashby Dean

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great book, but pls kill off the otaku!

great story, I really hope the next one comes out soon! I am looking forward to finding out who Augustus is supposed to be. The blue haired chick really needs to tone it down though. Way to loud and overactive. hurt my ears when she yelled and everything doesn't have to be a freaking anime trope...

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Did not disappoint

Charles Dean knows how to keep up the pace and still give his characters the time to develop and grow. I really enjoyed the new characters, Jade and Maedbhbd (whatever). The former being a welcome “fourth wall”-breaking bit of comic relief; the latter being a mysterious, murderous leader of an army of shapeshifters. Jeff Hays is, as always, in top form, bringing the story to life in a way that few narrators can. Annie Ellicott returns to reprise her role as Brigid and also to take over the role of the System messages, which feels a bit strange at first, but it ends up feeling more like a distinct character as Lee and the System interact.
Overall, this third installment continues and progresses the story nicely. If you haven’t started this series, it’s a great listen; well structured, well written, and wonderfully produced and executed by Soundbooth Theater.

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  • joel
  • Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • 09-17-18

one point from 5 stars .

I loved the book, great continuation of the last two! the only thing that kept me from giving it 5 stars are the stupid growling random snarling sounds when ever Mave spoke! I feel it wasn't needed and sounded awful.

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Absolutely Hilarious!

I look forward to each one of these books. The combination of writing and voice acting is amazing!

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Great interplay amount characters

I found myself enjoy the interactions between our main characters more in volume three. There were many occasions were my family members asked me, "what", as a response to my chuckling out loud to something read\heard from the book.

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Beer and Bacon!

I laughed, I cried, I got a hungry for beer, bacon, and fried chicken. AWESOME!

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Decent but

dear sweet baby Jesus stop with that stats at the end of each chapter. most the time it's the same stats. maybe just recount the changes that happened. These books are relatively short to begin with. 2 + min of stats we've heard already is annoying.

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