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Publisher's Summary

Daniel was Gifted by the gods at birth, able to heal with a touch even the most grievous wounds. Born in a mining camp, he's unable to still his restless heart and journeys to a nearby dungeon town to take his first steps as an Adventurer. Follow his journey in a world filled with monsters, dungeons, and a leveling system.
A traditional fantasy story with LitRPG elements.
©2017 Tao Roung Wong (P)2017 Tao Roung Wong
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4 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 02-05-18

A good start

This is a good first book. It introduces the world quite nicely, and the characters are interesting. I would have given this 5 stars all the way around, but I did find one thing that made it hard for me as a listener. Everything is told third person but in present tense. For example: He lifts the hammer, he heals the boy, he eats the food. My ears are preset to hear this spoken in first person, i.e I lift the spoon to my mought, or he grabs the book from my hands, or in third person past tense, he lifted the hammer, he healed the boy, he ate the food, etc. So it took me awhile to get over it and just settle into the story.

Martin is an interesting narrator, his voice conveys a lot of emotion effortlessly. Wong weaves an interesting tale, which keeps your attention. I just wish he picked a different way to tell his tale, but I have to say that once I got over it I wasn't sorry I stayed to listen. Get this book and give'er a listen!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Bancky on 10-04-17

Great Story

Great world building. Even better character development. I love the concepts regarding the gifts. The narrator threw me off at times when he would describe damage ranges as "Three minus Seven" instead of "Three to Seven". Regardless, I really enjoyed this book. Can't wait for the second on to come out in audiobook format.

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