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But now that Lacey has leveled her character up to an unprecedented level for a Courtesan and unlocked some of the secret, high-level perks of her class - like access to the spell trees of the Charisma-fueled Sorceress class - she finally isn’t quite so helpless as she once was. Thanks to her unique skills, she might end up being the most powerful magic-user on the server, and she has more than one way to make her enemies hot!
Riding high from her clever victories over the Lich-Lord’s lieutenants, she takes to the skies with her guildmate Topper the Paladin to track down their lost friend Jazzus and confront the traitorous Haxor, before they pin down the location of the Lich-Lord and end his evil schemes once and for all. The only problem is that there are still a few nagging, unanswered questions. Why haven’t they been attacked directly yet? Why has it been so easy for Lacey to gain more power? And exactly how many more NPCs will she need to seduce before this is over? Lacey’s victories have all been a little too perfect, and the only person who has the answers to her questions is the Lich-Lord himself.
The action is hot, the stakes are high, and Lacey will need to pull out every skill she can muster if she wants to win the day. Can she and her friends beat the Lich-Lord at his own game, or are they playing right into his hands?
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By TU on 05-14-18
Curious if there will be more
I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
So, this was an interesting way to wrap things up, so to speak. Granted, there is room to continue the story, should the author choose to. The narration was just as enjoyable as the previous books and the characters were still entertaining. All in all, a fun listen.
By Tympr on 05-12-18
A Fitting (assumed) Conclusion
I enjoyed this series from start to finish, something that I did find appealing in the story as a whole but primarily so in this installment was the minimal use of technobabble and that the average character is not familiar with the games inner workings.