He Who Fights with Monsters 6: A LitRPG Adventure (He Who Fights with Monsters, Book 6) Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The world teeters on the brink of destruction.
The people who should be saving the Earth ignore Jason Asano's warnings and choose to loot the house as it burns down around them. He lacks the strength to save the world himself, but resolves to do it anyway, impossible be damned.
The impossible, in this case, means seizing a power that no mortal should touch. It's a choice from which there is no turning back, and marks Jason's first step into a wider cosmos that he is not yet ready to face.
Holding the fate of two worlds in his hands, Jason must decide for himself what home truly means.
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|Listening Length||15 hours and 49 minutes|
|Author||Shirtaloon, Travis Deverell|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||June 28, 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #152 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#3 in Paranormal Fantasy
#8 in Action & Adventure Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#16 in Epic Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
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One of my favorite aspect of this series is the dialogue. Super witty, treats the reader like they aren't 10 and have to reason some things out on your own, and usually hilarious. Which is why it sucked that soooo much time is spent interacting solo in this book, or had wall of texts for item/skill descriptions.
Otherwise, fights are awesome, story line kicks ass, very satisfying and great character development.
However, I feel like editing wise this book has more than just a few issues with typos and repeating itself. An example is when describing what an object does, then describing using the object right after (by saying what it does again) then explaining what just happened (because of the object that we described). Stuff like that happened a lot for me, where I was getting redundant info that was just mentioned a bit before. And then typos. Feels like most if it was at the start of the book though.
Overall though, the book does a good job at wrapping up Jason's Earth Arc and was a fun read. Can't really ask for much more (except that's exactly what I'm doing I want the next book now please and thank you)
Through all the challenges he faced on Earth he has grown his aura powers, his soul and his own abilities to the peak of what Earth’s magic levels allow in a short time. He will need to consolidate all he has learned to advance further. He just has to stabilize the worlds for the World-Phoenix and survive
I will be honest and say that I greatly disliked the book 4 start of this arc but books 5 and 6 satisfied important events and growth of Jason as he comes to an understanding about himself and the world.
Thank you Shirtaloon for your hard work and I look forward to future books!! =D
== SPOILER PORTION ==
I am so glad that the adventure on Earth is over but I am sad to see that the reader will not be able to view the adventures of Emi and others as indicated in book 5.
The last 10% of the book with adventures in the other world were a great treat and surprise. I have so missed reading about the Greenstone Party.
Good in the way a great 80’s movie makes you grin at all the ridiculous action and one liners, and good at making the term to a dramatic swerve that makes the room get awful dusty.
Do yourself a favor and just read the damn thing.
More of the greater plot is revealed and the epilogues do a great job of setting up the next book.
Highly recommend for those interested in fantasy and adventure with some game elements.
Top reviews from other countries
This book is the amalgamation of the mostly tough time Jason has had especially since returning to Earth. I do admit that it was rounded up quite nicely and loose ends were tied up well in a way that wasn’t rushed.
I loved the epilogues as well, they just got me so excited for the next book in the series.
I would recommend for any fan of progression fantasies to be honest. It’s a beautiful world created by the author Shirtaloon.
Read, read, read.
The writing is exquisite, the characters are engaging and the world building is top shelf.
Please, if you read this review and haven't yet started to read this series I'm begging you to go to the first book and start. You will not be disappointed.
As always the gripping writing and story line leaves you wanting more. Every book is a book tou struggle to put down....
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