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Listen to the Land of the Elementals, Books 1-3. Over 480,000 words in one convenient box set!

Life is cruel. Arbor learns this lesson the hard way when everything he loves is taken from him in a single night. Left alive by the men who butchered his family, Arbor has two options: give up and perish, or rise up and fight to take back the life he's lost. To do that, though, he'll have to leave behind the only home he's ever known and venture out into the world beyond.

What he doesn't yet realize is that the world is a much more dangerous place than he could ever have imagined. A world filled with magic, monsters, and mythic beasts powerful enough to destroy entire nations!

Warning: Contains mild profanity and content that may not be suitable for children.

©2022 Aaron Ostreicher (P)2022 Aaron Ostreicher, Soundbooth Theater

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Characters are intellectually disabled

Ok picture this. Someone who almost kills you, they literally fried your brain, but thankfully a Cleric was 10 feet away so you didnt die. This same someone kidnaps your best friend and leaves a note telling you to come alone or they will kill your friend. You show up and get in a fight and almost die again but a sudden burst of power puts your enemy down but they arent out. You start to go untie your friend but you hear the bad guy LIMPING their way to you, since you have 20 seconds to react you decide to watch moss grow on the side of the tree and OMG surprise bad guy almost kills you AGAIN. Thankfully another surge of power saves your life and you knock down the bad guy by stabbing them in the knee. Since you dont want to be the bad guy you drop your dagger right by the bad guys hand and turn around and once again walk to your friend. Then BAM bad guy stabs you in the side with your dagger! OMG who could of thought someone who tried to kill you multiple times would pick up your dagger and stab you with it???? AMAZING.

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Great listen

At first I wasn’t feeling the series. But given the chance my opinion quickly changed. It’s engaging and well thought out. Already got book 4 and can’t wait to see what happens to the brother and sister combo and the new kingdom. Just hope it continues to be a great story

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Good start. Bad end.

By the end of the first book I was looking for things to look up a bit in the second book.
The second book did make it appear that the story was improving and by the end I just knew that the third book was where positive scenarios would come together.
The third book started good but by the end….I no longer care. There was no positivity, quite literally nothing that makes me want to read the fourth book even though I have already purchased it.

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Great Listen!

This was a great series. The first book was compelling, great character building and interesting world building. The second book dragged a bit, keeping the main characters apart. Part three was terrific, an excellent reunion. The only complaint is the lag in the story on the second book, but worth listening all the way through.

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Some Voices and sounds were irritating.

Some of the audio you have a hard time hearing, then squeaking loud. Weird stuff.

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  • 04-11-22

Not what i expected

So as title states, this isnt the type of book i expected, i went into this one thinking it was gamelit.

I was wrong, this is firmly into the high fantasy realm with no sign of any game mechanics. not to say its bad in anyway.

Its a great little light fantasy that is easy to listen to and not so complicated you lose who is who and what is what.

overall a great book for the price of a single credit.

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  • 08-01-22

Soundbooth Theatre Carried pretty hard

The story, while not horrible, is fairely pedestrian and contrived. The naming conventions for pretty much everything from magic to places feels like the story originated in another language and was poorly translated. There were a lot of scenes and characters that made me cringe and feel embarrassed to be listening to. 'Seven' for example made me want to skip whole chapters. The main character gets a lot handed to him just because he's the nicest guy in a room full of assholes a lot of the time including the mcguffins that gives him his power. It makes him hard to like, I almost wish he stayed an unrepentant racist asshole like he was for a fraction of a second in book 3 just to give him some kind of character flaw.
The narrator and voice actors elevated it considerably. I didn't regret the time I spent on this series but I wouldn't be recommending it to any of my friend is either.