• Prime War

  • Magnus, Book 3
  • By: Vowron Prime
  • Narrated by: Pavi Proczko
  • Length: 16 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (34 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A cornered man is a dangerous man. Doubly so for Magnus Cromwell.

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?

Amidst 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.

Book three in the kickass GameLit/LitRPG Saga from debut author Vowron Prime is here. Grab your copy today!

About the Series

Embark on a jam-packed action adventure with an overpowered protagonist that seamlessly merges epic battles with mystery, survival, and elements of Lovecraftian horror. Dragons, magic, and medieval fantasy meet cyberpunk technology in this rollercoaster of a ride that starts fast and never lets up. Experience 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. You won't want to put the book down!

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Slow to start but worth it

At first I didn’t think it was gonna be as good as the first 2 books but I was wrong. Pavi Proczko always does a very good job with his performance of the different characters he really does make you forget that one person is doing all the voices as always his talents shine. The story seemed a little drugged out and rushed at the same time but that being said there was a lot that needed to happened so that there wasn’t things lift undone and leave you waiting for the next book all in all a great lesson can’t go wrong can’t wait for the next just wish the mc used his dragon more seem after all the things they went through together he would of had more of a part

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Great Addition to the series.

This is such a great addition to the series and really adds more layers to the story.

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Does anyone care about Nova or Nina's opinion?

I certainly don't. Considering that they are completely powerless and utterly inconsequential to the story idk why they have so much to say. There has to be a better way of providing expository prose. Using annoying side characters like this to convey information to the reader is just lazy writing.

Do better man, don't subject ur readers to this crap.

I wanted to hear more about this crazy badass character, who messed around n obtained godlike power, and I did. So the book delivered ...but it just sucks that I had to constantly hear from these annoying female side characters. They consistently pull me out of the immersion.

I'm sure I sound misogynistic, but I promise I'm not. If anything I'm offended on behalf of women. Real women are not this one-dimensional n they are not this retarded. They don't always have to be depicted as whiney nags or presumptuous fools.

Anyways, the book is actually not bad ...I just think it cudda bin a whole lot better

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Really Enjoying the Series

Love this Series. Great Character development and story/plot progression. I love that this book doesn’t leave you in the pit of despair while we wait for the next book. This one ties up lots of plot lines but opens new ones that I’m anxious to see through.

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