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The Magic Academy...an institution shrouded in mystery and secrets. People from all over the different empires want nothing more than to enroll, get their hands on the knowledge stored there, become those most respected in the world - mages. Tailyn Vlashich was one of the lucky few admitted without going through the entrance exams. And once inside, he had training, the arena, lessons, and an interesting take on what had happened over 3,000 years to look forward to, all capped off by a dynamic labyrinth that came with a chance to sit down with the provost. After all, that's who holds the key to the secret of the dragon's blood. 

But how are you supposed to find time to study when your mentor has a problem he can't handle on his own? Once again, Tailyn faces a road very much unlike the noisy halls of the academy, with life itself reprising its role as his trusty teacher.

©2020 V. Mahanenko; English translation copyright 2020 by Jared Firth (P)2020 Tantor

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okay story

not as good as i thought it would be. it buga me that everyone around the main character seems to be better at everything and despite his hard work he only wins via luck not his effort.

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Damn

That has to be the best ending to a book so far. And all the books have a good ending.

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Makes MC powerful, NERF!

It's a okay story, if you have gotten this far you're familiar with some of them. In this book there are two major issues near the end. Spoilers: Okay, first major issue is the girl dying. The crystal people are being watch like a hawk by the boy, but somehow setup a bomb around the girl and just arbitrarily kill her off. How and why? I get the author wants to surprise us with her death, but it wasn't surprising since we knew they were bad guys. Second major issue, why is the system so bias? The system nerfs the boy because he is too powerful! Well system, that's what happens when you give a person new abilities and restricted abilities. Plus, there isn't any balance in the first place! All these restricted or locked skills show up everywhere! Also, if the boy wasn't powerful then he couldn't achieve or live as long as he had. Overall, an okay addition.

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Overall the performance of the narrator was great I enjoyed 80% of the audiobook. I’m assuming if you’re reading this review already listen to one and two, Book 3 was definitely more of a character growth for the main character and the other characters as well. But then the writer of the book made a very weird turn at the end of the book. Which complete the shift the story significantly. I’m hoping that the writer will correct this error in the book 4. But somehow I highly doubt it. I’ve listen to many audiobooks especially with LiteRPG‘s, and I’ve only seen it corrected twice!. one writer was able to pull off a significant change in the other the writer simply made a correction. I do recommend this book if you’re a fan of the series, but you might love the ending or you might enjoy it🤷‍♂️

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Better and better.

I really like this author. The way he manages the characters is engaging. I feel drawn in and start to care about them and how they are wronged or blessed by fortune. The ending was not expected and considering the other series tied to this it really draws more comparison about what may happen. Can't wait for the next one