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The World, Book 3
Narrated by: Jason Hill
Series: The World, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 46 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (81 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Diving into a revolutionary new video game, Jason and his friends are working to move their entire guild to pro-gamer status. Unlike the current line of MMORPG and PVRMMORPG games on the market, FIVRMMORPG introduces a new gaming technology unlike anything experienced before. 

Choosing a nightmare start to get ahead of the wave of new players starting the game, Jason finds himself alone in the wilds, tasked with saving a group of refugees from goblin invaders. Although he manages to save the survivors, that is just the beginning of his trials as he desperately fights to bring them back from the edge of annihilation. 

Jason is quickly swept up in the adventure as he struggles to build a home for his guildmates and the NPCs that he’s saved. As the trouble heats up, he quickly discovers that marauding goblins are the least of his concerns.

Warning: This story contains adult situations, foul language, MMORPG-style violence, and other fun things. Listen at your own risk. The book has heavy LitRPG gaming elements. Story is a group of in real life semi-pro gamers and their adventures in the game and real world. Mostly the game world. The story is told from the single point male perspective. There are a number of women and children that appear in the story, too.

©2018 Jason Cheek (P)2019 Jason Cheek

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good but narrator eh

the narrator had background noises throughout the audiobook.

overall a good book but the narrator needs to turn his phone to silent

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Great series! A few little annoyances.

I highly recommend grabbing this book & series. The plot, game world, and narrator are really good.

that being said. there are some annoying things that the editor and author should work on. the 3 largest examples are as follows

1. the MC stance on the NPC's realism. the MC goes into the exact worded 5min long tangent 3 times within the same 1h - 1/2 hrs.

Just have him make up his mind on a stance then go with it. it's book 3. we know how the MC feels about the realism of the NPC's.

2. As in all LIT-RPG's There's a point along the way of series where a serious disconnect from the gaming statistics happens and the author dives directly into the storyline all but forgetting the excitement of the stat allocation and character building. For the world series this is Book 3. it is extremely rare that you will see an actual accounting of the MC's characters page. AND when you do. it becomes a chore to get through. instead of providing a focused detail on what the review had changed or what the MC's goal was in the change and/or increase. You get everything. including the MC'S weapons and armor on uses. which takes about 7m to get through. we are left wondering where the MC's skills are and everything else. how it all fits together. I hope this gets better and not worse.

3. LET THE MAN SLEEP! the need to go in and out daily after 20hrs + of game play and extreme changes to a persons body is getting old. The MC needs an extended game play option after his nightmare start or you need to start being more realistic. We shouldn't need to be mind blown by the MC being dehydrated from playing due to the attention requirements of the MC's quest line.

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A good book hampered

I liked this book, the really like the world and the direction the game itself is headed. I'm excited for the next book.

One thing I didn't care for was the increased "romance" it's not huge but it's more than previous books, and appears to be headed towards a harem-y situation, which I don't like and feel like it degrades the quality of the story by adding out of place wish fulfillment. The parts with the sex and "romance" (using that really really loosely) come off as if the author was in a horny mood when he wrote them and don't really add to the story.

I will definitely read the next book, I really like a lot of this book and this series, if the small harem-y bits grow in the next one, it might be my jumping off point however.

If you liked the previous books, you'll probably like this one.

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I like the series but....

I really enjoyed the first two books of this series. This one is OK. But, not a big fan of parts of it.

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Always a blast!

This writer is on my auto-buy list. His characters are solid, his story arcs are organic and he doesn't feel the need to bog the reader down with endless emotional/relationship drama. If you are looking for a good time and a likeable protagonist then this is a must have. Action, challenges, laughter and more action.

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good writer and narration but...

writer needs to get his head out of the gutter... why would someone running for their life suddenly stop to think about having sex with an npc??? it's off color and clearly written to play to a certain crowd. his whole nightmare quest seemed to be on easy mode and it was more about him building a harem.... :/ its still an ok book definitely not the best in the series.

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awesome book loved every moment

I like the Characters and the story line just wish the next book was avail everyone at work loves hearing it when I played the first three books and have been hounding me for the next

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Wax poetic

MC goes off on tangents a lot. I found this slightly annoying. Overall story and narration done well.

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as always a grape story Beware of the harem

as always this is a great story from book to book the only problem with this a little too much harem at parts it's almost as though he's pandering and degrading his amazing storytelling abilities he also needs to find his balance because sometimes when you are ensuring that the book is part of the genre it can take a little while for the tables to be able to be read way that he could he could do what Charles Dean does by making sure that they're at the beginning or the end of a chapter and that he gives the choice of skipping them if you want to

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