• The Anime Trope System: Arc

  • Legend of the Stone Father. #21
  • By: Alvin Atwater
  • Narrated by: David Reimer
  • Length: 7 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (48 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Anime Trope System Season 2 begins here!

The truth of the stone-viper fight has been revealed!

Clyde and Team Stone triumphed something with all odds set against them, including the weight of Taint itself. The stone-viper games were but phase one of what is to come. The universal apocalypse in which Celestial wants to avoid....

A dark revelation: What lies beyond the authors of Taint and Purity? What else slumbers...?

For now, the team sets off to Ako and Neko’s homeland. There, unexpected events happen.

Clyde and Team Stone is back for the second season, ready to kick ass, expand the humor, and get to the bottom of this continuous problem.

©2021 Alvin Atwater (P)2021 Alvin Atwater

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To much info

I love the series but. sorry to say the never ending extra stats and character sheets take up way to much time. It was like a hour and half plus of statsand extra stuff most of us know. Could you add more story and brief summary of stats and characters.

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Great start to a new arc

This is a great start to an exciting new arc in what has quickly become my favorite book series. New characters, characters we've previously only heard mentioned and now meet for the first time, excellent narration, humorous story beats, and of course, new threats promise to make this arc interesting, to say the least. Highly recommend.

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Too short

The book was too short took me four hours to get through it at 1.7 times speed it was a little annoying how much they bounce in between things while being in the middle of things like to bounce from Clyde‘s house to somebody else back to Clyde‘s house to somebody else back to Clyde‘s house that got a little annoying I’d much rather have a chapter on Clyde‘s house a chapter bouncing between different people doing things and then the next chapter about Clyde again he was quite annoying

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Awesome!

I wish the main character would be even more overpowered though, I just think that is the biggest trope in anime!

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  • Adam Brown
  • 06-02-22

still loving the seriesm

I still loving this series. this series I started listening when I joined audible 2 years ago and never stop hearing this.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-01-22

The Next Stage Begins

Another brilliant entry from Alvin Atwater. Give this series a listen if your any kind of anime fan. I promise you won't be disappointed. Please note however that even though this book is a new beginning/ARC, you'd be doing yourself a disservice not to start with book 1. There are a lot of plot elements and context that unless you've listened to the rest of the series won't make much If any sense.