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Publisher's Summary

Journey to a new world. Check. Tame a dragon. Check. Gain incredible magic power. Check. Save the Kingdom. Check. Acquire more dragons. Check. Repeat as needed.  

DISCLAIMER: This book contains a harem and adult situations. Trust me, it's awesome.

©2020 Simon Archer (P)2020 Simon Archer

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Narration is the ONlY redemption for the MC

I tried giving this book a fair shake, but in the end, after 8 hours of the book had gone by, all I could think was "This MC should not be an MC." For heaven's sake the premises of this book is built around dragons being this overwhelmed power, and as such the MC should have some kind of synergy with that premises. I don't mean to say he has to be a mister muscle man or some over the top intellectual, but the MC should at least not be a wishy-washy limp noodle of a boy (in no way does he deserve to be called man) so tied up in his own ideas of "O I have to do this is way so I can help the common people." but looses site of that idea at the drop of a hat. I mean seriously I have had sweetie socks after a day of work with a stiffer backbone then this MC that somehow, some way, weedled his way into a bond with a F-ing dragon. This guy is a week character in constant need of validation and ego stroking to do anything, and I do mean anything, worth a dang even though everyone EVEN HIMSELF know he possess enough power to make a difference, and he can't even hide behind the idea of him not knowing how to use his power because from the moment it manifest he knows how to use it and can read, interpret, and even control it with great alacrity.

The mythical world is good, the idea is sound, and the narrator is the only reason is got over 8 hours in, but their is not a single thing redeemable about the MC to the point where even if there was just blank dialogue boxes instead of the MCs dialogue I would have given it 3 stars rather than 2.

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This one is not for me

I couldn't finish this. There is very little I liked about this book. First off it's slow. Even when he meets a dragon it's uninteresting. The characters feel flat and there are weird political references. The narration style of this book is weird, it has two narrators but they switch off when the perspective changes. Just have them have designated characters. They're good narrators but they are wasted on this.

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not this again

The one thing I hate more than anything is starting things off in the middle. don't do that start your story at the beginning. also telling us in chapter one that the mc is a total chad and super sexy and has all the money and a stone cold bad ass doesn't make me want keep reading its boring and mad it a chore to keep grinding through this.

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Disappointing

I have very much enjoyed a couple of Mr. Archer's other titles greatly so I looked forward to listening to this series as well. Unfortunately I was severely disappointed. The protagonist is shallow, extremely self centered, immature and self righteous to name the most glaring of his many distasteful characteristics. I managed to choke down this book and get partially through the next book before I had to stop and return them. While the main character is terrible the remainder aren't quite as bad but even they aren't up to the standard of his other characters in the titles I've listened to thus far. Hopefully I'll find it's the only case I come across.

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Great book but....

So I gotta say that the story is fantastic but the narration is jarring. Both being great narrators the problem comes as both are taking on all the characters. I like that one takes over for the other in certain chapters but in these chapter whichever narrator takes on all the characters. I believe that even when swapping for chapters they both should have kept to narrating the male for male and female for female. that would've made this already great story even better. but that just my opinion.

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😤

FUCKING KAREN'S! Even in awesome audiobooks. ruining shit even in fiction. well here's a metaphysical middle finger KAREN!

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mc is trash

i normally like the books from this arthor but this mc is the biggest wimp I've ever read about.

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Don’t waste your time on this series

Massive emotional overreactions, shallow character development, including shallow interpersonal relationships (even for a harem series) are just some of the problems you’ll run into with this series.

The characters and main premise seemed interesting enough for me to stick with it for a few books. It has the usual forced plot goals including the usual political preaching (because we can never hear those same political preached at us enough, right?).

Seriously, I’m not sure if maybe this was one of the authors first books, or if perhaps all those english/writing teachers prompts forcing students to constantly write about specific political directives have irrevocably corrupted students to be unable to imagine anything not tying in politically motivated plot lines.

You can see these same steps over and over: 1) The base political idea is laid forth in the form of a parable or allegory in the plot. 2) an overly emotional response is gushed out over how anyone could possibly not choose the “correct” choice, followed by 3) shallow acceptance, followed by story progression.

All of the other shortcomings would have been acceptable if not for the regular preaching. Like I mentioned, the premise itself seemed pretty interesting. It would also help if the MC were more mature.

Most of the audio work was great, except that the voice actress seems to try to pronounce everything as separate single syllables... no idea on that one…

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Decent but not great

The main problem with this book is how the MC is written. He is hard to like. Too bad because the concept is awesome but just poorly realized. It had promise.

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Great Book

This book was awesome! Moving in some places, but otherwise made me want to dive in. Only lasted me a day so I hope there's a book 2 soon!

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  • matthew
  • 07-08-20

I wood recommend

don't want to give anything away but if you like adventure dragons magic this book is for you