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really enjoyed this and jack black narrating really made it come alive. i really hope the author and narrator do a sequel
😂😂😅 thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you I need to continue the process of the story
This novel puts to words an answer to that question any new or seasoned Minecraft player has likely asked themselves at least once: "What would happen if you were sucked into the Minecraft world?"
The novel doesn't just poke fun at the logic in the Minecraft universe, instead turning things from simple game mechanics that most of us overlook after our first encounter with them, into something that ends up having to be taken into account in a genuine survival situation.
It was entertaining, listening to our protagonist have to learn the basics upon arriving in the Minecraft world, any player can probably relate, as well as hearing about his journey from a scared, disoriented newbie into a very knowledgeable, brave and curious crafter.
I learned a few neat survival strategies that I hadn't even considered, even after having owned a copy of the game for the past six years! So the story is not only interesting and entertaining, but informative and useful.
The lessons that our main character learns and leaves with us are real, and positive. Even dabbling in the moral qualms of putting innocent living creatures to the sword, for the sake of tastier food. Exploring how isolation can drive us crazy, as social animals ourselves.
Narrated by Jack Black, whom, without having seen his name beside this audible book when I accidentally stumbled upon it on Amazon, I would not have picked up - did an absolutely astonishing job, giving some extra personality to the main character. His voice was soothing and it made listening to the novel over the weekend into a very peaceful experience.
I would recommend this to any fans of the game, young or old. I'm not a major Minecraft expert myself, but I've seen some pointing out minor inconsistencies when comparing this novel to physics in the game. If you can overlook some very minor details, ones I didn't even notice myself, you will enjoy this audiobook.
If you like Jack Black and you like Minecraft, you will really enjoy this audiobook.