The Primal Hunter 3: A LitRPG Adventure Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Finally, back on Earth, Jake has to adapt and evolve as his hunt continues....
With a huge open planet before him, Jake has literally grown wings as he begins his conquest of the local wildlife. With his newfound freedom, he finds his true Path as a hunter. All the while trying to avoid the responsibilities of having founded the first city on the planet. Oh, and bird friends.
Meanwhile, all across Earth, Pylons of Civilization are claimed. Cities are constructed, humanity beginning to regain its foothold. Factions grow and expand as political alliances are formed and professional relations are created, as godly and mortal factions alike move to establish themselves as the dominant force on Earth.
None of which Jake cares too much about while he finds himself far too busy doing what is truly important in life:
Hunting, alchemy, and getting that D-grade evolution.
Book three of the hit Primal Hunter LitRPG series is here. Grab your copy today!
About the Series: Experience an Apocalypse LitRPG with levels, classes, professions, skills, dungeons, loot, and all of the great traits of progression fantasy and LitRPG that you've come to expect. Follow Jake as he explores this new vast multiverse filled with challenges and opportunities. As he grows in power and slowly transforms from a bored office worker to a true apex hunter.
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|Listening Length||18 hours and 23 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||August 30, 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #549 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Zogarth delivers another wonderful addition to the Primal Hunter Series, with significantly better character development and plotline. Jake steadily grows in power but not to a point where he is OP and has unstoppable plot armor. Yes, he may be the strongest human on new Earth. Yes, he is able to kill plenty of D-Grade monsters with seemingly simple ease (except for that insane Indigo Mushroom, which took far more effort than necessary). Yes, his bloodline and just his kit overall is stupidly overpowered. But remember! If Jake was some boring old mortal who didn't to any exciting things, why would we be reading this book? Also, Zogarth balances out Jake very well. First of all, his gear is pretty crappy, which makes him look like a reaper hobo. We see in the book that there are people who are not just higher leveled then him (such as Jacob, the Augur of Hope), but control large cities consisting of millions of people that are far more vast and seemingly exponentially impressive than Haven (name of Jake's Pylon). While Jake is backed by the Malefic Viper, literally nobody seems to know this at all. We have also not met anyone else on new Earth who are with the Malefic Viper. There are huge interdimensional forces such as the Casper's Undead Faction and Jacob's church, with a lot more people and a lot more manpower. Because Jake doesn't have a large force, he is going to struggle a bit in those issues.
Jake's progression takes a really interesting turn here, carving out his own path by avoiding the Malefic Viper's path (stays human at D-Grade instead of becoming a semi-snake, avoiding classes and professions that are for FOLLOWERS of the Malefic viper, and perhaps most importantly, becoming a Heretic-Chosen). We see that Jake is following a truly unique path, and that is why this book is 5* (stars) for me.
The plot, scenery/setting, and overall progression of the book are all very good, making this quite an enjoyable read. The most annoying part of this book is how the System works. I may be mistaken, but as far as I can tell, I believe that the levels and grades work like this:
G grade (lvl 1-10)
F grade (lvl 11-25)
E grade (lvl 26-99)
D grade (lvl 100-??)
C grade and beyond (lvl requirement completely unknown)
There is no clear pattern here, which makes it awkward because we don't know what level is which grade until Jake is closing on the next grade. This isn't huge, but it's one of those things nagging at me. Would be nice if we could see a chart or something for this.
The other (possible) annoying thing is politics. With the introduction with the World Congress thingy, the book is starting to delve more into politics. While politics are and do remain a common theme in many litrpgs, sometimes the book becomes a bit too political and becomes really messy, as we saw in He Who Fights Monsters (it's still a really good book and one that I do look forward to reading too, but I feel like some of the politics were a bit unnecessary.)
I won't delve too much into details, but overall, amazing continuation to Primal Hunter Series. Keep it up Zogarth!
The system has brought untold change and chances to grow your power. Jake attacks these like a man possessed claiming the first pylon on Earth. He stands at the top of those he knows but much has changed with the end of the tutorial, only time will tell how much has changed.
But for now, Jake has a city that he finds someone to run for him while he goes to grow in levels and power. Along the way he befriends a hawk who becomes a close companion during hunts on a cloud island. Eventually introducing Jake to his mate and their egg. Which is why the hawk has been fighting with Jake and taking as many beast gems or orbs as he can get from the island.
Jake’s eventual evolution to D grade is near the end but just opens up even more avenues for growth.
We also get a much clearer view of how the system sees his relationship with Villy. It is complex and tied tighter than either could have predicted.
Oh and the egg hatches into an adorable chick who quickly grows through the early levels. Another great arc in the story of the progenitor Jake Thayne of the 93rd universe,
Top reviews from other countries
The pacing is good and the author still has plot points from other characters perspectives which feeds into the wider narrative or teases future plot points. Couple of locations in the book were the switch from the MC was not immediately obvious so maybe better formatting would help in book 4 and beyond.
Humour is good and I continue to enjoy the friendship between Jake and Villy with new friendships teasing out different sides of Jake which was nice. Would love to see a few more Villy chapters in future installments.
You can just see how Jake keeps getting more powerful even while he tries to remain who he is. The birds are obviously awesome and we’re an excellent addition to the story. Can’t wait for more.
Only criticism I have was seeing final page it came too soon.
Looking forward to number 4