• The Feedback Loop, Volume 2: Books 5-8

  • Gamelit Portal Fantasy Adventure
  • By: Harmon Cooper
  • Narrated by: Jeff Hays
  • Length: 28 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (41 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Get the second omnibus volume of the Feedback Loop series!

Contains The Feedback Loop books five through eight, plus a bonus short story and Quantum's inventory list.

About the series: Explore vast and unique fantasy MMORPG worlds in one of the original isekai GameLit series published between 2015-2018. The Feedback Loop is a portal fantasy series by Harmon Cooper, Amazon best-selling author of Pilgrim, Cowboy Necromancer, and War Priest. Fans of role-playing games and everything from classic noir to high fantasy and fast-paced gamer action will love this new collection. Watched Boss Battle? You'll dig this. A fan of Sin City, Sword Art Online, The Punisher, Free Guy, or Ready Player One? This will scratch that itch. 

Volume 1 collects the first four books in the Feedback Loop and features a bonus short story set in The Loop, as well as the first 300 items of Quantum's insane inventory list. The audiobook, narrated by the legendary Jeff Hays, is produced by Soundbooth Theater.

©2022 Boycott Books, LLC (P)2022 Harmon Cooper

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one of the best omnibus

This was a really good addition by harmon Cooper. The fighting was detailed and very fun. it had me on my toes throughout the entire book. Jeff hays does a good job with all the characters and voices. this omnibus was one of the best I've ever listened to by a long shot. The character progression was good and I could kinda relate to the Mc most of the time. The story could've been better but is was just as good as everything else in this book, the performance of this book was just as good. This book is peak and us harmons best. The world building was also really good, the detail added into this story is astonishing and I loved it. At the end of every single book in this omnibus I found myself wanting more and more. at the end of the 1st book I forgot it was a omnibus and I was freaking out because i wanted more. Harmon did a very good job writing this and I feel whole just writing this review after i read it.

Edit. I also have to add about the litrpg aspect. It's one of the best systems and ideas I've ever came across in fantasy books and I loves it. Everything comes together in this series and I loved it. And the cliffhangers were almost made me mad they were so good. I feel you guys will like it just as I have... The powers the Mc has and how cool he is is so awesome, I feel like this guy will come up in alot of conversations with how cool he is and how strong he us. The side characters are also cool too.

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Laugh It Up

Another absolute joy of a performance. Thanks for the gut chuckles. keep 'em coming guys... keep 'rm coming.

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Finally the entire series in audio format!

I have read and listened to this series multiple time…well no, while I’ve read the series multiple times until now I haven’t been able to listen to the entire series, because until now only the first 6 books of the series were available in audio format, but now the entire series is available! That’s right the entire Feedback Loop, Quantum Hughes’ epic saga is now available! This series was one of my first introductions the litRPG genre. It starts out with Quantum being trapped in a digital world (one that reminded me of John Wick given the violent nature the world) with the day repeating over and over, (Yes, think Groundhog Day only a way more action.) but it’s not long before the scope of the story expands well beyond this one digital world, taking us back into the real world as well as other digital worlds. It features a fantastic story, tons of insane action, and Quantum is easily one of my favorite characters. As for the Jeff Hayes’ narration…if you’ve never heard any of Jeff’s work you are in for a treat. Jeff Hayes is the Mel Blanc of audiobooks. He gives each character their own unique voice to the point you’d swear there must have been a dozen different people in the recording studio. For a truly wild adventure I can’t recommend this series enough. Grab both Volumes of the Feedback Loop, you won't be sorry.

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Reloads of fun!

This beautiful concoction is a melody of dingle and member berries, with notes of potty humor and ultra violence, and a strong heart luke-warming finish.

Thoroughly enjoyed and highly recommend!

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Never-ending brilliance

If you don't like clever alliteration mixed with lots of obscure pop-culture references, you probably won't like this.

Also, you'd be better going to Volume 1. The first four books have a more coherent arc and storyline. Volume 2 is more disconnected. But each part is fairly good. The fight scenes are inventive and fun.
Every few minutes, there's another brilliant piece of fun wordplay.

For a mix of poetic pop-culture, artful alliteration and constant combat carnage, this is the best book since The Iliad.

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Jeff Hays is such a good narrator.

I can't get enough of Jeff Hay's voice. The variety of characters he is able to portray is astounding.

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  • 06-21-22

The most fun i've had with an audiobook

Jeff Hays is without any doubt THE voice for Quantum. The story is okay but the characters are all so incredibly likable and just a blast to listen to.

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  • Dez H.
  • 05-26-22

Amazing Series - Almost Perfect.

The books really are great, and it keeps you wondering what is going to happen while the Main Character has such a funny and gritty personality, i just feel let down by the ending, it could have been so much better,

i would certainly recommend this series if your looking for a laugh and enjoy the GameLit genre

as always the narration from Jeff Hays is perfect.

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  • Glennccc
  • 05-07-22

Harmon+Quantum+Jeff=genius

If ever a narrator was born to narrate a series of books it would be Jeff Hays to narrate The Feedback Loop. It’s almost like Harmon Cooper as told Jeff to Just go for it. A crazy storyline with crazy characters and an award winning performance by Mr. Hays. Just hearing him sing Hark The Herald Angels Sing is almost worth the credit alone. Thanks to Harmon and Jeff for finishing this amazing series.