• Blessed Time 2

  • Coda: A LitRPG Adventure
  • By: Cale Plamann
  • Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
  • Length: 12 hrs and 54 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (453 ratings)

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Blessed Time 2

By: Cale Plamann
Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
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Publisher's Summary

Ever since his 16th birthday, disaster has loomed over Micah Silver’s head, threatening him and everything he loved.

Twice he tried to deny his fate, only to suffer for his hubris. Finally, he made the sacrifices necessary to confront the danger facing him head-on. Micah succeeded. At the head of an army of daemons, he defeated the Durgh Khan and saved Basil’s Cove from disaster. Only, it wasn’t to be. The cost of his actions was too great for him to bear, forcing him to activate his blessing and travel back in time once again. Sanity and emotional stability fraying, Micah buckles down for another run. This time, he has the knowledge, character class, companions, and skills to make his fourth loop the final one.It had better be. His psyche can’t take a fifth.

Don't miss two in this time-loop LitRPG series, where a reluctant hero is forced to fight against an impossible catastrophe...over and over again. Grab your copy today!

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pretty good

I liked this book, I believed that there was alot of useless dialog, but the fighting is good and the depth Ness the author trys to give Micah is good too.

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Another 3.75, But a solid title.

Well now that we know his powers, the book progresses much more quickly. New and different attempts are made. This book has a lot of character progression. This was a pretty solid title....

Except for the characters statblock readout. HOLY HELL. Come on. Look, I know they look great on paper, but they pretty much knew this title was going to audio for sure right? Why not keep the statblocks manageable for audio? Or just keep them infrequent? It got really annoying and definitely lessened my enjoyment of the book.

At this point, I'm invested in the story. I just really wish they would cut down on the statblocks.

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Just tell a good story.

I came for the interesting scifi story and was rewarded with a "sexual preference" symposium. Will not return.

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Excellent- I highly recommend

I found the development of characters so compelling! Excellent story, and very well written. I look forward to the next book in this thoughtful, exciting and engaging series.

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Great follow up to the first book!!

Love these books. Well written and narrated and easy to follow. Can't wait for the next one!

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  • Al
  • 10-29-21

Really good!

I very much enjoyed the personal growth of the MC. I also liked how the author showed that the different events of each loop affected the personalities of the characters. Excited for book 3.

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I really like time travel stories but, some spoilers nothing specific

This one was difficult to listen to I barely finished the first book hoping that the author would smooth out the story and lose some of the emotional gloomy self torturing MC but ya no book two is just as bad if not worse because it had more potential the plot feels forced and rushed the MC takes no joy in his time traveling ability and never seems to realize it’s potential.

The stories not all bad it has good structure the author does a good job with external pressure and magic system design for the story the realistic emotions and seriousness are well done they just don’t fit well with this kind of premise at least for me time travel shouldn’t be this dark and doom and gloom the MC always behaving like he doesn’t have time I also think the author sort of screwed his own story took the main point of the story then broke it with a plot twist

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Book one was better.

I'm a bit disappointed in the story's focus. We skip all of the interesting conversations and interactions and... events are just kind of... presented. "We need to do 'xyz' because of 'abc'." And as soon as that is decided, we have a time skip to said event. Why are we even listening or reading if we skip all the fun stuff?

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Slow plot and unlikeable characters

The plot deviated slightly from the last book. Unfortunately the author fell into the trap of making the protagonist spend so much time explaining the time loop to other characters.
I don’t know if Trevor has memory issues or what, but Micah telling him about the Stag friend over and over again and reminding him of things over and over again is not entertaining or interesting. The MC becomes more irritating because he’s so much more powerful than his peers and he basically lords that fact over them. The other characters are yet again are used as plot devices for the MC. How does a poor and likely uneducated 16 year old foreign girl (Joe) know how much the city pays in tariffs? There is no explanation, no backstory. Her input is simply used for the plot. The relationship between Joe and Micah was literally retconned out of the time loop. It all felt so empty.
Why is Trevor bisexual? His character trait is literally a guy that chases ladies. It makes the character seem much less genuine and is bi just to check off a virtue signal list. Why is being gay or bisexual looked poorly upon in that specific town but not the capital?
There was some tampering done by another god to mess with Micah just because? The explanation for that felt so weak.
Pretty much all the conflicts and motivations for all the characters were so weak. The reason for Micah to continue the fight after his family and friends were safe felt so forced.

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Unfortunately book 2 is not as impressive as book 1. There’s a level of seriousness and urgency in book one that you just don’t get in book 2. In book one the main character did something very terrible which gave him a greater understanding of time magic. Which he made the correction in book 2. But the story is just flat and boring. Would a character that can go back-and-forth through time, you would think that the Author would be able to be more creative. For me this one was a missed opportunity.

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  • Michael Aguilera
  • 04-17-22

Its just getting repetitive.

I really enjoyed the first book. I did find it a tiny bit repetitive, but overall pretty good. This second one, however, I couldn’t finish. I got half way before I decided to end my suffering. If you have the patience, then keep reading, but I don’t.

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From random PTSD to the repetitive heartbreak. I’m now tired of it. Not to mention that you would expect a different story line in the second book series. I made it half way before the realisation that the story really hasn’t gotten anywhere. The issue with this kind of time loop approach is how not to make it seem repetitive. If you’ve read ‘Mother of Learning’, then you know the way this was done is completely different. This story focusses on the protagonist’s progression. What its lacking is everything around the MC. It’s just reptitive.

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  • Ørjan
  • 01-10-22

Thick plot armor makes bad storytelling

the hero in this book has a really thick plot armor. He was saved several times by mysterious inspirations mid battle that changed the way he could cast spells that he can not reproduce.

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  • Keith L
  • 08-11-22

Time loop works

Another great trail of power building,spells knowledge and resources with rich battles and character development