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Publisher's Summary

Arthur Curie never expected to wind up in Hell. At least, not because he found an ancient sword in a pawnshop. To make matters worse, Hell isn't as he thought. It's a desolate wasteland under siege by an all-consuming void known as the Darkness.
Now, he's trapped with no way home, a ragtag army of women, and a sword whose only power is to modify the abilities of those around him. Not exactly winning odds.
Worse, if the Darkness isn't stopped, not only will it devour Hell, but Earth will be next on the menu.
©2017 Jason Cipriano (P)2017 Jason Cipriano
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By Joshua on 11-08-17

Worth listening, entertaining Things to know tho

The book is worth listening to and I am def. buying the next one. The plot is original enough and if you're super into audible and the sifi/adventure/litrpg genres it's entertaining. However I would like to make 3 pointers.

1. The main character is kinda stupid. If he had as many brain cells as the times he forgot people dint know his abilities he probably wouldn't be having as many problems. The one saving grace of this is that everyone including himself denotes that he is kinda dumb. So whatever I guess.

2. With 95% of the characters in this book being female you may have wanted to pick a female narrator... that would just make sense. Not that the narrator is bad but you can tell its hard for him to do a lot of female voices and well ...everyone is a girl...moving on

3. The situation does kind of devolve into a harem situation that it appears some books of this genre keep doing. The cheesy excuse is that it was said that the builder would be male so the darkness unleashed a plague killing all the males...right. Well I guess its acceptable because there all demons. lol At least it's classy enough not to go into detail.

Dont get me wrong. I don't want to just complain and it really was entertaining, but you should at least know these things before diving in.

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By Brandon Rollins on 10-17-17

Same Concept, less enjoyable delivery

While listening to this I couldn't help but think it's a less developed version of Super Sales on Super Heroes. I won't go as far as to say it was copied from that particular book as the publish dates are far too close together. However I couldn't help but feel that they're basically the same book. There's even a reference to Pancakes (which could just be coincidental).

The flow of the dialog seemed overly simple. So much so that I couldn't help but feel that things actually started to feel constructed instead of a living breathing thing that helps immersion and sympathetic outlooks for the characters to develop.

The narrator did a decent job and could be better suited to a different cast in my opinion, but it seemed like most of the characters had a more masculine voice than the only male character in the entire book.

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17 of 17 people found this review helpful

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By Amazon Customer on 01-03-18

Poor characters and story

I really struggled to finish this. in the end I upped the speed level just so it could end quicker. The narrator wasn't bad but the story line was not for me. I couldn't get behind the maim characters. At points the story just felt so mechanical

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By Mohi on 09-10-17

OK book

i expected more but i learned my lesson. good concept but lacks substance. poor story and poor characters.

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By Dean on 10-09-17

About what you would expect

Pretty average story and bland characters. It amazes me that there are so many good books out there that haven’t been made into audio books and stuff like this is all over the site atm.

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