• Right of Retribution 3

  • Right of Retribution, Book 3
  • By: William D. Arand
  • Narrated by: Andrea Parsneau
  • Length: 11 hrs and 51 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (390 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Warner spent his days like no one else.

He got up, went to work, forced people to balance their scales—either through taking lives or forced penance—went home, spent time with his daughter, slept with one of his girlfriends, and went to sleep.

Only to repeat the pattern over and over and over.

Life was the furthest thing from mundane that it could ever be.

Warner’s life had changed when his daughter had been nearly fatally injured, plunging Warner into a world of paranormal creatures, monsters, and magic that he’d never known existed.

Then he came out the other side as the arbiter of Retribution. He now personally hands out justice to any and all he comes across.

Warner has been using his powers considerably since then. Cutting down all who would stand before him and attempt to stop him in his personal crusade.

The price he had to pay for such a power cost him his life. He was forced to the point of giving all of himself to redeem the original holder of the right of Retribution, Warin.

Warner was quick to pay that price.

His effort was paid back to him in triplicate when Warin willingly passed the mantle to him. Giving all of what he was to Warner, effectively ending his life.

Now Warner is the holder of the rights for Vengeance, Retribution, and Redemption.

Each power has recognized him and responds willingly, allowing him to blend all three of them with growing mastery.

Long gone are the days of being sick after utilizing them.

Now the only concern Warner faces is the correct usage of those powers and when to use them.

The world is an ever-shifting gray area that gets murkier by the year.

The great change that’d been on the horizon is now upon the world. A change that will cast the entirety of existence into shadow or bring it back to stability.

A reckoning no one wished for has arrived.

The very world stands on the edge of a knife, waiting to see who will prevail.

©2021 William D. Arand (P)2022 William D. Arand

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Awesome, just so F#&*ing awesome

William D. Arand did it again! he's bring his world's together in the most awesome way possible!

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Finally! Puzzle pieces coming together

Ever since Super Sales on Super Heroes, I've been wondering about uncle and the kid. So many concrete name drops and reveals in this one. Love the universe you created with both author personas

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I feel like the series is running out of ideas...

While I loved the first two book of the series, this one felt like it just didn't know where to go. As the dangers get continually bigger, and the steaks get higher, the only option was a world wide war/chaos thing. I feel like the author realized that the MC had slid so high up the power scale, so a large chunk of the last third of the book he wouldn't use his powers. Not couldn't, but wouldn't. This led to a character with more limited options, but the fact that he could still use his powers whenever he wanted, led the author to constantly have to remind us of the consequences if he did use his powers. It ended up feeling somewhat fake, as well as a desperate attempt to drop the power level to something that is more easily understandable and relatable to the audience.

These books are also tied together with the authors other series. While I somewhat expected this when reading some of his initial work, now it is to the point that if you haven't read EVERYTHING he has done, then there are just a massive number of characters that you won't recognize. This is compounded by the fact that his harem style of writing leaves a very large number of characters in a group already, and when they get merged together like this it is difficult to remember who is who.

Overall, if there is another book in the series I will give it a try, but I'm definitely hoping for some improvement or that may be my last one.

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oh yeah

very good book. the story just keeps getting better.
can't wait to see what the next book is like.

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Its Happening!

so much comes together in this one. big fights big characters big progression! its Happening!

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Extreme Crossover

Performance was great as always. I really liked the first book in this series. The second book was also a 5 star for me, though the crossovers with characters from other series (some I'd read, others I hadn't) detracted from it a little in my opinion. The crossovers only increased in the third book culminating in an extreme deus ex machina ending that left me unsatisfied. The book still had some good moments so I'm glad I listened to finish the series, and still consider myself a fan of the author, but the crossovers just got too much for me.

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warning bit of a spoiler.

spoilers dont read this comment if you dont want spoilers. (warning you)I was going ro be so mad if Mya died. I even started to tear up.

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oh yeah!

I have two complaints:
This book makes me want to relisten to all the other ones.
I can't wait for the next one.

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Amazing

Wow, best ending of all his series so far! Things are finally kicking off.

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the beginning of the avengers

I love how is all coming together. cannot wait for the rest. this was an edge of your seat conclusion.

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  • 05-13-22

Amazing, can't wait for the next

I truly love these Multiverse series and seeing everything come together in this book is amazing. 5 stars