• Manifest: A LitRPG Adventure

  • By: Cody Whitfill
  • Narrated by: Freddie Heinz
  • Length: 13 hrs and 21 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (49 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Tricked. Hoodwinked. Swindled. Betrayed. Take your pick.

Once upon a time, the inhabitants of Earth got hosed.

Not long ago, GameChangers released their newest virtual reality game - Manifest. A game of exotic magic and fantastic adventure. A game where each player "manifested" with their optimal race, class, and attributes. A game of infinite possibilities where you could be your truest self.

The game was an instant success, drawing countless players from across the globe. Manifest turned out to be much more than a mere game, however. It was a weapon for the single most destructive terrorism attack in history.

It happened in an instant. Millions of people all falling into unshakable comas. Doctors, politicians, police, soldiers, teachers...none were spared. Global infrastructures failed, and chaos reigned supreme.

Oliver must now make the most important decision of his life. Will he follow his remaining family into the game, knowingly condemning his own body to death, or should he stay and help rebuild a society that had so easily cast him aside? The decision was irreversible. There would be no turning back.

Will he manifest?

Would you?

©2019 Cody Whitfill (P)2019 Cody Whitfill

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Solid humor, lovable characters, great voices

Comedy is this book's strongest suite, and but it is made possible through:
- lovable characters <3
- top quality character voices by the narrator
- and good eye from the author for producing interesting twists

There are also some epic moments, though the great character developments during those moments are far more interesting than the clash of battle itself.

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Love redundant crude humor!? Then dis book is 4 U!

... God this is bad... the writing is immature, story progression is non-existent, and if I have to hear one more poorly timed fart, sex, or gay sex joke; I will dedicate the rest of my life to figure out how to give a book negative five stars.

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Better than I dared to hope for!!!

Great story and narration!

Oliver's beloved little brother had his consciousness trapped in his favorite game along with about 1/3 of the Earth's population by terrorists. Now Oliver must give up his humanity if he wants to reach his brother.

Freddie does a good job with the narration - really bringing the characters to life.

The book started, and after he made it into the game I was skeptical, but boy was this book a riot!

I can't wait to find out what happens next!

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The narration ruins the book

The story isn’t bad, it’s not great but it isn’t bad. However, the narrator ruined the book entirely for me. The voice he chose for the MC is extremely annoying. It’s like Mickey Mouse huffed helium. If it was maybe a supporting character that didn’t talk as much, it would be easier to ignore but the MC talks all the time. It makes it hard to listen to the story when you’re cringing the whole time. I got about halfway through before I couldn’t listen anymore.

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loved the humor

I don't review often, but I loved this book. the humor really struck home with me. I can't wait for this author to release more.

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Annoying

Annoying humour. Annoying voice for MC. Didn't make it far enough to really see if it goes anywhere but if it does its not in a hurry.

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I tried.... really I did

the story could be good if it didn't feel like it was written by 10 year that is obsessed with cuteness, and the the Mc is kinda a moron and the moronic obsession with GLOOP makes me grind my teeth.
the narrator is great WHEN he isn't doing the annoying high pitched fairy voices which spoiler is all the time because the Mc is you got it a fairy....so won't finis, won't get the next one, gonna try to return

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Interesting.

So I did have to give it a little time to let the characters develop. Yes the author is strange... but I found myself laughing and enjoying many of the characters eccentricity’s. I giving it 5 stars for its uniqueness. I just got the 2 end book and am also recommending the author get some counseling lol ;).

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I can’t believe I missed this!

This is awesome right up my ally! just the kind of book I love, I’m so glad book 2 cot my attention as I didn’t know this book was around and am soooo glad I found it absolutely amazing!

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Great!!

I wasn’t sure with how the main character started but I turned out to be an amazing twist in the genre ! Loved it

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  • Sylphe
  • 03-26-21

Wow! Amazing book

What can i say! I haven't laughed so much since reading Noobtown. If you like comedy, a great story, interesting characters and some pop culture references (done really well) then read this! I'm off to buy book 2 so smell you later!

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  • Allen Stark
  • 09-13-19

awesome funny litrpg

really enjoyed this book, won't hesitate to read more work by this author. fantastic work when you need a good laugh