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Dumpster diving for profit. Creatures most fowl. Blazes of glory.

Sam King is enjoying being a Bibliomancer, especially as his powers grow and new doors begin to open for him. Between slapping down people hunting him and the Wolfmen that he works with, he’s even starting to get fringe benefits that even his handler is surprised by.

Not everything is sunshine and unicorns. Tasked with advancing his class as well as forming a new den for his team–his pack–the Bibliomancer starts to learn what the costs really are for blazing his own trail. Yet, with every cost comes opportunity, and if he makes the right call, his time in this world will be way more fun than he ever imagined.

Sam didn’t choose the path of a Wolfman Warlock out of a sense of duty, but as a way to choose his own path in Eternium. He never expected to love it.

©2021 James Hunter and Dakota Krout (P)2022 Mountaindale Press

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It is better to be the head of a chicken than the rear end on an ox.

Grandma Moses said, “If you know somethin’ well, you can always paint it, but people would be better off buyin chickens.” Sam definitely bought into chickens though it may make him and bill a bit cocky.

I must say, going forward, if curses , like chickens, come home to roost. Sam’s enemy’s are going to be up a creek.

Now, if you haven’t already, go get a plate of chicken with waffles, a side of eggs, some more chicken, buy the book and get ready for a wild ride.

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FINALLY!!!

Listening Speed: 1.8

I am a Huge Completionist Chronicles fan and was very disappointed in the Bibliomancer story so far. This book makes up for that. It is fun, interesting, and has a few surprises! This book feels like it fits into the Completionist Chronicles world! The MC (Sam) is not a jerk, maybe because it is his story (no one really thinks they are a jerk)? If you enjoy the world of the Completionist Chronicles I think you will enjoy this book!

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Better than Year of the Sword but still fell flat

Not an awful book to burn some time but there was never any sense of urgency. This may just be because of how none of the books Dakota Krout have had lasting consequences for the MC or because I dont really like the MC much, but there was never concern that things wouldn't work out for the MC due to plot armor or the fact that he can just die with little consequence and respawn. Due to this I ended up zoning out around 50% of the book.

Besides that its frustrating how easy things seem for Sam compared to Joe since i enjoy his story line more.

All in all i wont be following this series anymore and due to quality of Dakotas recent books/series (Year of the Sword and Artorian's Archives) I am unsure if i will be picking up any more books by him in the future.

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The only problem with this book is

That I finished it and have to wait for the next one!!! I’m a big fan of parallel stories, and Dakota Krout and James Hunter deliver big time. I adore the completionist chronicles and that same silly power gamer/insane AI writing style is 100% present here. I can’t wait for the next book!!!

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So Punny!

This series has me laughing so much I love the puns and book jokes. The MC has a good balance in his abilities and I am excited to see where it goes.

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Amazing continuation

This book was truly amazing. Having Sam twos the chicken farmer was interesting choice, but I understand why. I grew up on a chicken farm so I know how formidable chickens can be they taste good but they also can hurt.

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Loving this series

This series is great, the stat crunching could be minimized a bit but it’s not bad. It intertwines well with the other series and they did a very good job at keeping me interested. Full of action and, as always, hilarious.

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Bit Too Late

I think I would have enjoyed this book more if it had come out much sooner. it's supposed to be a kinda counterpart to what's going on with Joe and company but its so far behind that nothing is really a surprise. You already know about whatever chance encounters they will have with Joe, you know how the war turns out and now everyone kinda feels like a knockoff version from Joe's group.

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going in the right direction

this reminded me of the older titles. I enjoyed it. I really like the way this adventure is turning out. knowing what I know about future events it's fun to hear about it from another angle. I hope sam's adventure continues to be a unique experience and not just a simple adversarial role for the other books protagonist because this is a fun way to further explorer the games lore, culture and mechanics.

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gorgeous

it's been a long time coming and yet it's everything i wanted it to be

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  • 06-20-22

Flooooof

Very enjoyable, I find this universe highly entertaining and I always find the books set in it to be as well. Excellent narration makes it a very good experience overall.

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  • 06-14-22

Mike

A Joy as Always. Typical Mountain Dale Press for those that know. For those that don’t start at Ritualist!

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  • 06-19-22

I love the diverged paths

I love how seperate but tied into one another the stories are. The only thing is when they messed with the mage college, during The Completionist Chronicles they never mentioned anything about rumbling ground or anarchy, nothing. It makes it feel forced to tie into The Completionist Chronicles, a lot of the book feels that way despite the differences, which is the thing that makes it its own thing. The references from one series to the other is cool and makes me giddy, but when it's forced it feels weird and bad. Great book, highly recommend.