• Talyn: Rebirth

  • Talyn's Saga, Book 1
  • By: Benjamin Medrano
  • Narrated by: Tess Irondale
  • Length: 10 hrs and 55 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Death isn't the end.

Marie didn't expect to be given the opportunity to go to a new universe when she died, but when it was offered she held to the offer with all her might. 

Taking the name of Talyn, she was accompanied to the new world by the goddess Melody as her assistant, as she seeks out a more rewarding life for herself, no matter what challenges may stand before her. 

Even if the introduction of some game mechanics and a goddess to her life has unanticipated consequences.

This is a slow-burn story, with more slice of life sections to it. While it is LitRPG, there are no attributes to speak of.

©2022 Benjamin Medrano (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Another interesting series

The slow, slice of life pacing is a nice change of pace. I intend my puns! I'm interested to see where this story goes.

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good book

I want more talyn her story is awesome and attention grabbing and the actors and actresses do a great job and give the characters great personalitys

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A Long Tutorial ...

Aside from the fact that nothing major happens, the MC is insufferable with not sense of self security as an otherworlder in a world with clear prejudice against otherworlders. That and she continuously acts like blindly trusting so many with her life's story is perfectly fine, while several figures hear it and immediately think about how to manipulate the MC....so dumb and the ending was like half the book is missing.

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Pathetic MC

When people literally try to murder the MC she is so pathetic that she even tries to save them later. That’s not being a good person that’s being to stupid to survive.

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  • 08-22-22

Slow burn, slice of life of a reborn diver.

This is a slow burn slice of life in a way of a reborn dungeon diver. So don't expect much action or progression in this first book as it's building the world and establishing the rules of the world and dungeon honestly onkt the beginning two hours till the last two hours to get interesting but it's obviously putting the foundations and somewhat of a story/goal but it could turn out well cause this is DnD on steroids with creativity like monster onion crazy but with huge level differences in the world so it could turn out awesome. I'll be getting book 2 to see how this progresses but like I said this is a slow burn so don't expect action every two chapters and the main character takes time to come into her own which is believable as the story goes. Irondale dose an awesome job as always and why I got this book.