Shtulls' Curse Part 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
A new dark comedy series by the creator of DeathCreator!
Shtulls had fought a bloody war for the human kingdom despite not being one himself. He watched his men die and struggled on until he beat the demonic emperor and returned home a hero.
But on the eve of his medal ceremony, he encountered a being that changed his life for better or worse.
Now he is cursed, poor, homeless, and without mana.
His curse forces him to say or do whatever he thinks is the worst thing possible and has robbed him of his honor and dignity.
But, in this standard videogame like world there must still be hope for the fallen hero.
Warning: This audiobook contains extreme violence, graphic and frequent sexual content, and a main character that is literally forced to do things that will make you cringe.
This audiobook has elements of LitRPG, Isekai, harem, fantasy tropes, and horror.
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|Listening Length||14 hours and 39 minutes|
|Author||John Domus Cruo|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||March 04, 2022|
|Publisher||John Domus Cruo|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #32,975 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#59 in Dark Humor Literature & Fiction
#168 in Occult Horror Fiction
#269 in Dark Humor
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The MC can be a bit pathetic at times, but it makes sense dealing with the curse he's under. At the beginning of the book, he's effectively a hermit living in the top floors of a dungeon because he's got nothing else to do, and his curse makes just about everything a disaster. Then he meets someone that finds humor in what he says, and now he's got something more to do.
There are a few instances where there is a POV switch, and a scene is essentially repeated from the other perspective. It does give us a reason to see what the other person thought during the scene, but it's also a bit redundant.
There are some intimate scenes depicted, but they feel more clinical that designed to arouse. They are important to the story, but the author needs to work on refining their intimate scene writing.
The biggest problem with this book is the misspelled words are often tragically bad. There are times it feels like the author phonetically spelled the words out, but he's only heard/used them in a Boston accent. Four times, he spelled feminine as "faminine". Hearing a woman's body being called "faminine" just ruins anything that may have been building. There were many other spelling others, some that were also repeated, to go with the occasional incomplete or run-on sentences, and poorly used commas.
I'd consider reading another book, just because some of the scenes were comedic gold. But the author needs an outside editor.