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Martin and Iron Riot have made their mark on the Dungeons of Strata, slaying the first of the nightmarish Archdukes faster than anyone could have hoped. Yet the dungeon has left its marks on them, too.

Scarred with wounds that will not heal and changed in ways that he cannot comprehend, Martin must contend with the mysterious true nature of the game and the lengths that the Masters who made this world are willing to go to keep their secrets.

The Masters have complete control over everything in Strata. They now hunt Martin outside the game, using every means at their disposal to put a stop to his progress.

But they have forgotten the age-old adage: never corner a rat.

©2021 G.D. Penman (P)2021 Audible, Ltd

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Very good

A very good continuation to a very unique take on litrpg. Well done, with really great mythology to it. Here’s looking forward to the final entry in the series.

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Had me at the start but.

So I have a very mixed opinion about this book. On the one hand, the story its self is good however I really don't think the author thought about the difference between written and audio when writing this book thats not ment as anything other then in written text you can skim and skip the repetitive word not every book is ment to be in audio format. I say all of this because for me the second half of the book was a huge struggle to get through and their were points were I almost quit reading the book and that was a big disappointment becausei enjoyed the first one but for both big fights, one being with the stone snake women and the second the archduke with the archduke being the worst with the overly repetitiveness with the echos. It adds nothing to the book and it's annoying and it made me want to skip both fights. The first book had a bit of repetition but this was ridiculous and overly done and it damaged the over all story for me. Again the story it self was good not as good as the first but but if you don't mind the repetition then you should love this book it was not for me.

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Not a conclusion!!!

The end of book 1 said book 2 would conclude the story. It didn’t!!! This one says that book 3 will conclude the story, who knows of that odd true. I like the story, but I don’t like people or books lying to me.

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  • Tony S
  • 07-12-21

Good world bad characters

While I think the world is pretty cool I couldn't recommend this book. When I started this book I wondered why it had taken me so long to finish the first one and within the first 20 minutes or so I knew, the characters is this book suck. They are wholly unlikable, constantly complain and fight amongst themselves and hate each other. there is absolutely no character growth between this book and the first and it makes me wonder why they game together. I've played multiple MMORPGs and I can safely say that if we had a party member that was even half as toxic as any one of these characters you could be damn sure they wouldn't be in the party for long. The only good this about them is the narrator did a great job with the different voices.

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