• Pieces of Divinity

  • The Game of Gods, Book 4
  • By: Joshua Kern
  • Narrated by: Ramón de Ocampo
  • Length: 14 hrs and 38 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (73 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Game of the Gods has changed hands. Gaia has taken control of the system the gods put in place for their game.

Charles and Kira have rescued Alli from the Goddess Alaria and returned to Earth with news of an impending threat. At home, the lack of significant progress on his quest to create more towns is keeping him and Charlotte from searching for their parents.

It’s time to change that. A goal Charles and his sister Charlotte have been working toward for months is nearing completion, and with it, they will gain access to the rest of the world.

The gods had their chance, and then Gaia took it from them. Earth is hers to control, and it’s time to let the humans know it.

The Game of the Gods is no longer what it was, and a new era has begun.

Includes bonus content The Game of Gods: A Tower Novella.

©2021 Joshua Kern (P)2021 Podium Audio

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beastialality wrapped up as litrpg

enjoyed the story, up to this point, but won't be buying anymore. What is wrong with these author's that insist on deciding the MC needs to have a sexual relationship with their pets, or mounts...they all need to see a doctor

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Too much drama

Nope not my cup of tea.
The mc is too weak ,we are in book 4 and the mc is still shit,books 1&2 was great and all about action and adventure ,but 3&4 is all about romance and a dog or a wolf with feeling.
Hell nonsuch! too much drama .

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good book asshole last line

really good book from start to the second to last line I hate author who use cliffhangers especially ones like this one where the answer would latterly take nothing from the next book it's only a name but damn is it an annoying way to end a book if the rest wasn't so great I'd probably skip the rest of the series

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  • 02-19-22

good book

a great addition to the series with great character growth for our mc and other characters. The voices were great with a wide range inbetween them. The only down side i had is that i didn't read 3.5 so i missed a couple thing but other than that it was a excellent addition the the series.