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I Don't Want to Be the Hero Vol. 3

By: M.E. Thorne
Narrated by: Robert Bradvica,Alyssa Poon
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So I might be pretty good at this hero business after all.

My name is Mal. Growing up in The City, I had been taught that a benevolent goddess protected us from the Demon Lord and his legion of horrors. But upon my exile, I learned the world was far larger and more wonderful than I could have ever imagined.

Now I’m a squire to Annowan, demon knight and heir to the Throne. I’m also married to an elf, and I have three more weddings waiting for me when I return to Babylon; Gilly the dragonkin, Thalie the orc, and Krencha the goblin are all eager to join my family and announce our intentions to topple The City to the entire empire.

But a new mission sends us to Dragon Port, Gilly’s hometown, a city ruled by greed and cutthroat politics. We need to access Velka’s Library, which belonged to Annowan’s long-lost mother and find clues on the Bitch Goddess’s remaining two generals and the dwarven king Reverkar.

I’ll need all my wits and skills to survive the library’s cursed and twisting corridors. But with my wonderful wives by my side, I’m sure we’ll succeed.

This book is intended for mature listeners due to descriptions of violence and unconventional relationships.

©2022 M.E. Thorne (P)2022 Podium Audio

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jury is out

I am only halfway into vol 3 . I usually never review before the end.
in drgonkin city at gillies home our mc and group wer4 huge dicks. I understand there is a past and our mc is a human. dragonkin are not cuddly but diplomacy on boh sides are not there. aftet what was the best meal he ever had they wete still dicks to the servants.

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Freaking great!

What a great continuation to an already excellent series. I have yet to read anything but this author that I haven’t like and this book was no exception. Keep up the great work!

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Really good

Great book but did find some parts boring and repetitive not much and the best part was for the demon knight to finally open up

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Good but losing its luster

I really like this book but at the same time we're starting to see consistently the exact same climax at the end of the story. You know where they sort of win but they didn't at the same time. And I'm really hoping that we really start to see some development with the main character's powers because hes still just kind of kind of there he helps but still being carried majority of the time.