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World Keeper: Advent

World Keeper Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Stephen Bel Davies
Series: World Keeper Series, Book 4
Length: 21 hrs and 18 mins
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Follow Dale as he meets new Keepers, unlocks greater secrets of the system, and learns more about both himself and his heavenly host. When the Keeper speaks, who will listen? In an age where war could lurk around any corner, who could afford not to?

©2019 Justin Miller (World Keeper: Advent); copyright 2019 by Justin Miller ("Keeper's World: Aeon Unbound") (P)2019 Tantor

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Kinda lack luster

So, ya know the whole build up to defending his world's? Well the actual defence was... boring. No armies of unified worlds, no leading his people to battle.. just.. Enemy is here, pew pew. He just gets lucky. They even point it out in the book like that's supposed to soften your disappointment. The final battle of the invasion was so boring I almost nodded off. It was frustrating because it had the elements to be a cool, interesting struggle that could unify his people. Instead it turned into a glorified game of wack-a-mole. The only people that participated in the defence, aside from the two towns that were attacked were the people in the citadel, and most of them were God carnations. There was exactly one mortal that helped. If he hadn't it would have been a far better book. I suspect they set his particular talent as a deus ex machina for later books. Can't solve a problem? Call a deck master and bam, solved. Seriously, this series had such potential, but just keeps falling flat at every turn.

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  • 06-25-19

the final battle...

Spoilers ahead.


Such a huge lead up, all the army building, training montages, and speeches about how the worlds would be on their own during an invasion...

What a wasted chance at some epic army stuff. It could of been a real chance to show what all those points invested in the world and species were for, but all we get is a chapter or two of the keeper with godly incarnations wielding godly weapons just straight up curb stomping the enemy. all that build up and prep... for that battle scene? it was nearly 20 hours of keeper training scenes. 20 hour training montage for that weak ending.

I've come to terms that this series is an abandoned harem lifestyle litrpg. So if you want the action scenes of monster hunter international, or the crunchy litrpg machinics of the land, or a serious attempt at making it a dark story full of struggle or strife then look elsewhere.

Take this series as what has been given already. It's a light hearted litrpg that keeps in it's lane and wants to stay there. Also the fact that it took all the gods and the keeper to defeat a comparable keepers troops is... a bad power dynamic.

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Justin Miller as done it again an amazing book

Justin Miller as done it again an amazing book
I cant wait to see how the next one will turn out hope it's on it's way soon keep up the amazing work

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A solid addition to this world builder series

World Seed is how I first heard of this author and this series is just as entertaining as that one was. This already has more books to it though.

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a hundred years from now fistful explain the genre

in a hundred years from now when someone wants to understand the roots of the genre this series will be the one that could be pointed to this is the one that should be put into the protect it libraries of Oxford and the United States Library System this is the one the academics well study this is the one that should be in everybody's Liss who appreciates anything about these genre and sub-genre is hopefully there will be many more books in this series that is amazing

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