• Magnus: The Complete Series

  • A LitRPG/GameLit Adventure
  • By: Vowron Prime
  • Narrated by: Pavi Proczko
  • Length: 46 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

More than 46 hours of an epic LitRPG adventure in one complete set. Embark on a gory, jam-packed action adventure with an overpowered protagonist that merges epic battles with mystery, survival, and elements of Lovecraftian horror.

The Resistance has won, but it was Pyrrhic victory. With Sanctuary in flames and Nova missing, it's up to Magnus to turn the tides of war against the Legatus.

But will it be enough?

Amid this turmoil, Ubiquity Prime's subjugation fleet steadily approaches Kelruhn, promising total annihilation.

Up against the greatest foes of his life, Magnus must lead his meager forces in a war where failure is not an option, and the fate of two worlds hinges on the actions of one man.

Experience the entire Magnus series in this special edition omnibus. Dragons, magic, and medieval fantasy meet cyberpunk technology in this roller coaster of a ride that starts fast and never lets up. A unique take on a light LitRPG system whose true, gory nature is uncovered bit by bit as Magnus progresses through his epic journey in a land of horrors.

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Looking for a new litRPG. Try this one!

Nova Terra bk1
As the Main Character, literally called, MC for short, I know ironic, but his full name is Magnus Thomas Cromwell. So yeah I'd go by MC too. This gamelit, Isekai is jam packed with action as MC tries sort out the actual reality of his situation, from what he believes is his reality, thus putting him in a bit of a muddle!
Pavi Proczko the narrator is as always perfect... So get the 3vol set save credits and enjoy...

Executor Rising bk2
For all you action-lovin fans just know this, the action never stops when you plunge back into bk2 Executor Rising. I especially liked the inclusion of Nina, MC's younger sister back into this story ARC... and with the advent of Nina, MC decided that it was high time to stop playing the defensive game and start playing on the offensive line! So with a time bomb ticking in his head MC makes his move.

Prime War bk3
Ohhhh Wow Prime War just blows the first 2 books outta the water! But do read the first two books so you know what's going on 🤔!
After the trouncing Legatus received in Executor Rising, he's planning to strike back! Setting up an elaborate trap but MC is in a do or die mode and working on instincts to stop the tyranny and save not only his friend but the entire race! Only realizing that it's not over when, Ubiquity Prime steps in to take over, much like a dungeon dive with layers of boss' Ubiquity Prime is only the next in line...

So grab the 3vol audio set to save on credits. And let Pavi Proczko tell you a story.

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epic litrpg/fantasy. great read

well done audio-book.
great narrator.
fantastic story. follow a future mercenary as he is transported to another planet. at first he thinks he has been captured and thrown into a litrpg simulation. actually he gets thrown into a war for the future of another world.
great story.

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Great Series

This is an awesome series, I highly recommend people listening to the this book series.

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DCC

you guys have done it again one of the best at least in my lineup keep it coming I'm loving it

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white knigts wet dream

it is a good audiobook into you bring the female chargers into it. the mc turns into a simpering weak willed piece of crap. he can do no good and all the women are always right and he is always wrong. it's sickening and agravating.

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Pretty good

This series was pretty good, it had some rough patches, but overall I like it. Pavi did some great narration.



some of the story is confusing. I feel the writing between book one and two is inconsistent, and I also think there are some annoying side characters that don't add to the story.



like i mentioned before, pavi does a great job narrating this book. I usually like his performance in all of the books he does. he for sure deserves a 5 star.



most characters in this book are actually written pretty well, but there are some that just get on your nerves. I really think this book would be so much better if there was a better cast.
The plot is pretty good, there are some pretty good plot twists.The foreshadowing is pretty good, I found it interesting. overall, I like it.


Magnus the complete series was pretty good overall. It's actually surprisingly good, Like I mentioned before. this isn't a perfect book, but it certainly isn't bad.