Fight and Flight: Magic 2.0, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Martin and his friends discovered that their world is computer generated and that by altering the code, they could alter reality. They traveled back in time to Medieval England to live as wizards. Almost everything they've done since then has, in one way or another, blown up in their faces.
So of course they decide to make dragons. It does not go well.
As the wizards struggle to control their creations and protect innocent citizens, they try new things (most of which they don't enjoy), meet new people (most of who are angry at them), and fight epic battles (most of which they lose).
But their biggest challenge may be a young girl who knows that the wizards created the dragons and is determined to make them pay. On her side she has powerful allies, a magical artifact, and a faithful if not particularly helpful dog.
Fight and Flight is a rollicking tale of bravery, wonder, love, revenge, greed, discovery, deception, and animal husbandry.
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 26 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||May 09, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #7,308 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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#1,004 in Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
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Also, I found at least 4 or 5 errors in the book. Some were grammatical (then instead of than), and some were characters names being used incorrectly (i.e. Martin having a conversation with Gary and it's basically "Martin said..., Gary said..., Martin said..." then out of nowhere it throws in a "Jeff said"....Jeff isn't even in the scene. I get it, people are human and nobody is perfect, but these were glaring errors.
In a nutshell, shoddy editing on a book that nobody seemed to care much about in the first place. If you've read the first 3, just leave it at that and spend your $5 somewhere else.
This book could be skipped and nothing would be missed. It feels more like a side story or a filler arc rather than a continuation of the series.
Nonetheless, if you're a fan of Magic 2.0 then it's tough not to recommend it. Keep expectations reasonable.
All that said, while I like the other books in the series a bit better, this isn't a bad read at all, and I enjoyed it. I hope there are more forthcoming in the series.
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Most of the plot is driven by the fact one of the Wizards created dragons as a means for the other wizards to challenge themselves and hone their fighting skills. As to be expected things go awry and the dragons become a problem that needs dealing with. Unfortunately most of the story revolves around the various characters fighting the dragons, it seemed like about 70%+ of the book was just a big dragon fight that wouldn't have warranted more than a couple of chapters (at most) in the previous books.
Still a fairly enjoyable read, just lacking in plot compared to the others and left me feeling a bit "meh" by the end.
It's not to say that I won't buy more books from the author.. but rather I just cannot form a strong opinion.
If you have a long train journey.. definitely buy... it will while away the time while you drink British Rail Hot Chocolate and some bizarre sandwich
I look forward to book 5!