He Who Fights with Monsters 3: A LitRPG Adventure (He Who Fights with Monsters, Book 3) Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
For all that Jason knows, life is amazing. But he's about to learn that all his new power, wealth, and influence comes at a price.
Riding high on success, he and his team are looking to the future, preparing themselves for the challenges to come. Nothing, however, could have prepared him for the lessons his enemies have to teach. When magic is involved, the stakes can be even greater than life and death.
While Jason’s personal enemies make plans, the greater foes plaguing his new home have been pushed to the brink. With one powerful card left to play, they are on a collision course with Jason and his team. With no one to help and more than their lives on the line, Jason and his companions must fight with more monsters than ever in the race to grow stronger. With an invincible enemy already anticipating them, they will learn that sometimes winning the battle is more important than surviving it.
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|Listening Length||24 hours and 39 minutes|
|Author||Shirtaloon, Travis Deverell|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 07, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #289 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2021
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Heres what i wrote after reading the first 40 pages.
I have to say. He who fights with monsters 3. I am going back to book two now. I've read book one twice. When book two came out. So I'm pretty familiar with it. I hope. There is just so much depth to what has happened in book two. I'm trying to remember all the cast, and all the intertwined machinations that have gone forth in book two. Love the series.
So looking forward to book 4!
Of course, that rarely deters him from pushing boundaries and getting into trouble. Though, as he adapts to his new world and gains trusted friends, his actions are now a little less 'poke the bear', sometimes.
I won't spoil the story and will just note that the Epilogue was eight chapters! Several questions are answered, new questions and characters are introduced, and now the stage is set for book 4. I am seriously excited about the next book!
I am not going to share my reasoning, thoughts on the book, or any opinions that would influence your decision to read it. I am simply saying that I liked it. I would like you to read it and make your own decision. After all, you are a much better judge of what you will like than anyone here.
I will happily discuss the book with you on Goodreads if you are so inclined. As always, I am open to debates and arguments, but also vain enough to seek acknowledgement, so feel free to roast me or applaud my efforts. Either is acceptable, because if you are paying attention to me then you are at least considering the book. And THAT my friends is exactly why you see my comments here.
This novel, and the series of which it is a part, may appeal to fans of the Dungeon Core, Body/Spirit Cultivation, and the wider Fantasy genres; as well as to those who enjoy playing RPGs.
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It would have been a good story.
However the 8, yes 8 epilogue chapters more than half of which concern new characters talking about new plot points smacks clearly of the author having scrabbled together a continuation to the series and needing to just justify it with rushed work like this. It all reeks of an author not wanting to let go of a cash cow that's going to devolve into a litrpg in the modern world apocalypse book.
The whole situation where some new woman is going to be introduced and given super skills by six of the great astral being in the next book because the mc had the audacity to die fighting one of them and The Reaper is throwing a hissy fit over the mc reviving using The World Phoenix token he was given at the beginning of the first book it all reads like a literal metaphor for "Move over male you failed, now its time for super serious badass action lady literally blessed by godlike entities to fix all the mistakes"
A man is more than just a sleeve you don't just switch out your MC and you sure as hell don't do it by shitting on everything you have built up until now.
Deep on a personal level: accepting and controlling the monster inside, speaking your own truth and burning away the parts of you that does not serve.
Please let me proof read the next as there were too many errors that jarred the fantastic flow of the story.
That aside, Shirtaloon has produced another fantastic volume, full of human moments and realistic motivations, humour, and characters this reader just cannot avoid caring about.