Branded: Master of All, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Defeat slavers. Take their monster girls. Conquer the world.
When William stumbles through a portal in the middle of Antarctica, he'll suddenly find himself in a world unlike any he's ever known. Now, he's surrounded by monster girls, vicious warlords, and everything in between.
Worse, his only weapon is a magical branding iron, which seems to have one skill and one skill only, to overwrite slave brands. Thing is, monster girls seem pretty grateful about being freed from the tyranny of their masters, and with each one he brands, the stronger he becomes.
And that's a good thing because in a world under siege, William and his magical branding iron might be the only thing that stands between them and complete annihilation.
Warning: Contains a harem and adult situations. You have been warned.
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 22 minutes|
|Narrator||J.F. Harding, Andrea Parsneau|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||February 25, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #152,679 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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The fight scenes are pretty good too.
However, some of the emotional resolutions in the book just felt very lazy.
"Hey, you remember that traumatic thing that happened years ago and you never really came back from? How about you tell me about that?"
"I'd really rather not, given we have only known each other for five minutes, but ok."
...some time later
"So I am just going to put this out there, you have been missing (obvious thing). So how about you turn that frown upside down?"
"Thanks hero! You're amazing!"
"No prob. Got any evil to fight around here?"
"Sure, let's go get dinner first though, my treat."
"Works for me."
"You know there is a sexy dryad humping your leg now?"
"She does that sometimes."
(Was much better in his other books)
On the Plus side by the time the slow part hits your already hooked and it's well worth some slower parts to flush out the story.
The only real complaint I have about the book is the change of viewpoint which should only be used sparingly and when absolutely necessary. This book had more viewpoint changes than i thought were needed.
Of course, as the hero advances through the plot, he rescues girls and then uses them in the next fight against other enslaved girls, etc. It's in its own way very cliché.
And I have to laugh a bit at the ending. I don't want to spoil it, but I have to say that the cliffhanger at the end made it very clear that the main villain has clearly never read Peter Anspach's Handbook of the Evil Overlord.
Its not bad, just nothing special, so 3 stars.