• Street Cultivation 2

  • By: Sarah Lin
  • Narrated by: Travis Baldree
  • Length: 13 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (582 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In the modern world, qi is money.

The days of traveling martial artists and mountaintop masters are over. Power is controlled by corporations, modernized martial arts sects, and governments. Those at the bottom of society struggle as second class citizens in a world in which power is a commodity. 

Rick may have survived the multitier tournament, but that doesn't mean his life will be easy. He finds the search for a better job is filled with traps and pitfalls, his sister is coming to terms with her dark power, and vendettas old and new plague them. This time, his journey will take him from the city to the wilderness....

©2019, 2020 Sarah Lin (P)2020 Tantor

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Great stuff

Great writing, personable characters and real relationships between characters. If anything the development of the characters is a tiny bit vague.

The real life aspect, backed up by a very well written story arcs makes this one of the best books in my library.

Definitely worth the credit, I really enjoyed this.

Kudos to the writer, editors, and Narrator

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So much growth so much improvement

Sarah Lin has leveled up, the first books has some limitation but this book has progressed to the next level. If are on the fence after the last book push though this book is great.

Travis Baldree nails it as usual

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Sister character should die in a fire

She's just soooooooooooo incredibly annoying ...adds zero value, nothing but a distraction. The sister always causes the main character to compromise his progress, and considering that this is progression fantasy ...it just isn't cool.

Travis' performance is A+ as per usual.

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just as good as the first

I really liked the first book of the series. It showed you a new world with neat new rules, was an urban fantasy novel, something I have grown to love, and had a neat LitRPG aspect as the characters get stronger and talk about their stats. The first book was in a nice and tidy package of a tournament, giving it a very good structure to follow.

This book thankfully took a turn away from the tournament so as not to just be a repeat of the first, but it did seem to struggle at the beginning. It just didn't seem to be going anywhere, and just followed the protagonist thru his life as he searches for a new job and apartment, something that doesn't exactly make for a good book. Once that developed a bit, it really turned into a good book.

soooo.... it starts a little slow, but is just as good as the last one, without being a boring repeat. Highly suggested.

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Buy it!

Sarah Lynn wrote another good continuation on this book. do you like the first one you like this one to set of a tournament there is more of a twisted to this one. the one added benefit to this book is Terry baldree. He makes every book twice as enjoyable. so much so that I give books a chance just because he's narrator.

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5/5 for me

Brilliant sequel . Lots of new stuff without losing sight of the characters from the first book. The world gets significantly bigger , but still keeps track of everything well

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Wow

This was amazing! These characters really seam real! The personality and character development is amazing! I think some of the best things were the constant fights and ricks relationships with the people around him is just as entertaining as the fights. My favorite is how Rick and his sister act with each other, super funny!

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Awesome follow up to the first book

Really enjoyed this one. Cool fights, not a crazily OP MC and it got me to laugh.

Highly recommend this book.

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Very good

This book is very enjoyable. The only thing that I didn’t like(and another person mentioned this) is that you can tell the author is purposely fighting against the op Mc trope as well as others. The book is still great but there were several missed opportunities. One dealing with a cloud wolf but oh well. Still great

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I expected more Return

So yeah I thought this would have been better since the MC got a bit stronger at the end of the book 1, but he just continues to complain and cry. He is also constantly being used and not getting any benefits for it. This is a big fat zero and a return.

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  • 02-07-21

Fun but possibly lacking a touch of depth

I really enjoyed both books in this series. I was in the mood for a lighter read so they suited perfectly. That being said, it could do with a little more depth. The mc faces set back after challenge after obstacle after test, and comes out the other side of each of them pretty much the exact same person and usually with no real consequences. It would have been interesting to see him fall for a temptation at some point or go too far in a fight and then deal with the fallout afterwards.

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  • Alexander Devitt
  • 09-17-20

A good sequel

The second book was just as interesting as the first. I hope to hear more of this series in the future.

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  • Greymatter314
  • 08-03-20

A solid book 2

I have been enjoying Ms Lin's books and find the world fascinating. Looking forward to reading/listening the next book.