• Legion's Fifth Vault

  • A Fantasy LitRPG Adventure (Divine Apostasy, Book 5)
  • By: A. F. Kay
  • Narrated by: Travis Baldree
  • Length: 12 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (784 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Ruwen and his friends have five days to spring a comrade from the world’s most secure prison, Legion’s Vault, located in the city of a god that wants him dead. Permanently dead.

Their only way into the city is competing in the yearly Step Championship. Nothing says low profile like combat in front of a hundred thousand spectators.

If remaining anonymous and breaking into a legendary prison didn’t already spell disaster, an old acquaintance appears. One who knows Ruwen’s name and face and can destroy all their plans.

Entering the fifth level of Legion’s Vault seems difficult, but leaving might prove impossible.

Because the path home has a cost and will condemn one of them to certain death.

©2021 A. F. Kay (P)2021 A. F. Kay

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  • Al
  • 10-15-21

Great Book, Awesome Series

If you like litrpg, progression fantasy, or cultivation, Divine Apostasy is a must-read. Audacious in scope while detailed in each challenge the characters face, the author blends universe a spanning conspiracies with ample humor and unforgettable characters. Nothing is as sure to let a hot beverage go cold and forgotten on the side table like one more chapter of this series. Superb work that I cannot recommend enough.

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Continues to be dope

Love the series ...but all of the "drama" in this book is artificial.
It's like manufactured, there's no actual danger, and MC just keeps choosing to make things harder for himself
N in hindsight its a trend throughout the whole series.
What's more is that MC has all these cool abilities, but the situation almost always prevents him from using them. It can get to be annoying after a while, and this book took it to a whole other level.
However, note that I still gave it 5 stars ...despite my complaints, the good vastly outweighs any problems I might have.

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need it to be longer

I really wish this series had 60 hour books. I really can't wait till the next book arrives

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Idiots walking

These two are idiots. Good thing they decide to lose after they give everything away that they didn’t plan on before they entered the tournament. Brilliant!

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Another exciting edition to the story

I loved it. the story just keeps getting better and better. I highly recommend reading this book. If you have not started this series please start from book one. If you just picked this one I'm sure you could follow along. well written and narrator Travis Baldree is again at the top of his game.

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Where is book 6?!

The Sixth Rune has been out for weeks on Amazon but I haven’t seen hide or hair of it on Audible, not even so much as a preorder! Audible, do you expect me to actually *read* a work of fiction that isn’t a bedtime story for my children—to *myself*?! How positively barbaric! However, I will be forced to do so if you don’t produce and release The Sixth Rune soon! Please don’t force me to this extremity!

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Where is book 6

Series has been great but book 6 is out and not on audible. This better not just be another audible special broken series we don’t get to follow through. 😩

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Five books in and only getting better

Haven’t left a review yet, but after this one I must. Divine Apostasy starts slow, but builds on itself like a slow cooked stew (or maybe pastry 🤪). Before you know it, AFK somehow manages to capture your love for the characters while also engrossing you with universe spanning intrigue. The magic system is hard, a bit crunchy/stat heavy, but if you grew up playing DND or love min maxing stats in video games it won’t bother you too much. So glad I found this one and stoked to hear the next!

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Amazing like the whole series

Absolutely riveting. All the way through. And the narration is tremendous. Really puts you in the story. Makes you feel like a character in it all. Just a great series.

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Fantastic series, a masterpiece to the genre!

I’m not sure if this is Ruin’s last book, however if it ended here I would be content. All five books were amazing. I saw that A.F. Kay had this out and I re-listened to the whole series. I’ve said it before, but the series in its entirety is so consistent, so well narrated and the story is wonderfully easy to follow.

I would compare this to He Who Fights with Monsters, or any other title in the genre. Without going “full video game” the author creates a fantastic world and the MC is likable, I find my self laughing out loud to Sift and Ruin’s antics. This is a good series to relax and listen to, the world can easily be imagined mostly due to the fantastic narration. Travis is one of the best and he didn’t hold back in this one!

Thanks and I hope there’s more to come!

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  • 05-13-22

top 5 series

I've re-listened this series 5 times now n still makes me laugh incredible 😆

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  • 10-28-21

A great addition

This was a great addition to the series with more twists and turns that had me on the edge of my seat. Our MC and his friends had some great development throughout the book. The fight scenes were great with some fun handicaps for our MC. The voices were excellent as usual from the almighty Travis Baldree. Overall 15/15

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  • Malachi H.
  • 10-27-21

Excellent!

I loved how creative and suspenseful the super human fighting was. There were also many hilarious lines. The story and writing were excellent.

I didn’t like the cliffhanger it ended on. It just felt incomplete rather than exciting.
The narrator did amazingly but multiple narrator would have made it better.