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Publisher's Summary

The apocalypse may have rewritten the rules of physics, but not humanity.

Adrian and his companions continue their journey toward Melbourne. The pathway through the post-apocalypse landscape continues to be harrowing; as they travel, they run into dysfunctional towns that need their help, and they must find unorthodox solutions to defeat the monsters that plague the landscape, some of which are extinction-level threats.

Throughout it all, he focuses on growing the strength of himself and his team and getting to Melbourne as quickly as possible.

Disquiet continues the magical story telling of the first two books of Alpha Physics.

©2022 Alex Kozlowski (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Worth the read, but hit and miss

Over all I enjoyed the book, Unfortunately the MC once again prevents the book from being a 5 star read. During fights and in dangerous situations he constantly gets distracted letting his mind go off on tangents that many times are completely irrelevant. Heck even when his interface saves him by stopping time, rather than the obvious answer he ponders, then gets side tracked with other thoughts before minutes later coming up with the obvious answer. As if his life wasn't in danger at all...

Certain parts of the story such as his emotional turmoil for killing baby alpha creatures is exhaustively written taking up chapters worth of pages, yet little progression is made along the main storyline. If this keeps up, it is going to be about 20 books until he gets back to his Family.

His reticence for killing humans seems more cowardly than any moral ambiguity. He knows they need to die, but he wants others to deal with it rather than himself, even after the events that take place. These are themes that were brought up in book 1 as possibilities, yet 3 books later he is surprised? I feel the MC has not progressed at all over the last 3 books making me not sure if I want to read the next.

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the worst of the series

I definitely will not be getting the next book. the mc is such a fool and a weak willed idiot. he does most of the work yet he let's everyone else get all the rewards I am tired of his "progressive" way of writing. the first book was just okay but it went down hill from there.

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I don’t know

If you like whining and self-loathing then this is probably a book for you. If you take out all of the whining self-loathing, complaining and possibly post traumatic stress syndrome then this would be a short story. I don’t know the exact percentage but a good 70% of this story is just the main character whining complaining and self loathing. I understand that a character thrown into this type of situation would probably have some traumatic issues but when you take up most of the story with try to express those traumatic issues then it just becomes repetitive and depressing. I don’t read stories like this just so I can become depressed. I am sure there are people out there who find tragedies the most interesting thing to read or to experience but I don’t find that streak of self-loathing very entertaining. The only reason I even gave this book 2 stars was because the audio performance was top notch.

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Inconsistent

The main character oscillates wildly from one extreme to another. A few examples include being paranoid to taking great risks all in the name of getting more powerful. He distrusts a potion that will increase his defense against mind magics and consistently reminds everyone to look before doing anything. Then turns around and without reading the description fully to eat something despite his interfaces warning. He claims he just wants to get home to his family as fast as possible but stops to help everyone on the way. Wanting to get stronger yet giving away items that would be most potent with him to someone else who only gets moderate usefullness out of it.

I think that the main character is suffering from some kind of psychological disorder as he only ever thinks negative thoughts about himself and is rarely confident about any decisions he makes while seemingly having two different personalities on how to deal with things he finds or should do. One is paranoid and the other is nothing can harm me all while masquerading as an adult man in his fortys who should have some control over his emotions. maybe if he was a teenager or twenty something man this would make more sense. However it just feels like an artificial way to add drama and twists to the story.

if audible would let me I would get my credit back.

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Real people struggling thru

One of the things I really like about this series, even thru all the very necessary litrpg tropes, the characters feel like real people. They feel trauma, they make mistakes, they struggle, they are not these imaginary somehow perfectly fine in an apocalypse beings. The fights feel like they have real consequence and risk, instead of a foregone conclusion.

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Author is a whiner

Will not be wasting one more credit on this series. Would like my credits back, but I did just keep throwing my money away.

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Overall I enjoyed the book. My biggest concern is the character hasn’t really gone through any change from book one from what I’ve listen to. He says safety first!. You also says he wants to get stronger for his family, he also says other people‘s problems are not theirs to his teammates, which is understandable because he wants to reach his family. But all of these ideals are in conflict within him. The book started to pick up in the later chapters which is kind of sad because that was probably the best parts of the book. Hopefully in the next installment the author addresses these problems.

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70% fight scenes 20% inner monolog 10% progress

I really enjoy the story when the story is actually happening. It's mainly large-winded fights and the mc debating against himself and his AI. I found myself zoning out 2/3 of the book to get to the good bits. I'm hoping the next one has more story progression.

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What an incredible struggle to finish

The first book was OK, the second was not so good but I bought the third book. The emotional conflict of the MC in this book is just ridiculous and implausible. The constant review of stats added nothing. Maybe a review of upgrades but not the entire Parthenon of never-ending miniscule improvements. Listeners beware.

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Could be great

The theme of this post-apocalyptic LitRPG is ones of my favorite I've ran across so far. However, the main character's inner thoughts are so annoying. 90% of his inner thoughts are either whining about his family, freaking out about morality, making poor decisions, or being stupid. He really is the worst. He constantly works harder than most but gives away most of what he could gain from that hard work. His obsession with getting stronger to get back to his family is he's main motivation but with him giving away everything just doesn't make any damn sense. Honestly, if the overall theme of the story was not so interesting, I would have wanted a refund because he is that terrible of a character. I can't think of a main character I've ever hated more. I'm not looking forward to him getting back to his family. I was hoping that when he checked they were dead. Dads with little kids are terrible characters for post-apocalyptic litrpg books.