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Summary

Rejoin Alburet Two-souled as his journey in Alpha World continues. He has two quests that still need to be resolved; one that deals with Nobility, while the other is from the Dark Lord. Before he can deal with either of them, Mindblown brings down the server. As they are about to launch a mass scale immersion testing phase.

Gerald, Marysue, Karen, and Fluffball are four of the lucky ones selected for the testing phase. Gerald plans to drum up recruitment for the guild, Alpha Company, during the meet and greet before the immersion testing starts.

The quartet of newly minted friends will meet for the first time in the real world. Will they get along or will something force them apart before the game goes back online with them immersed?

This book contains adult themes.

©2017 Daniel Schinhofen (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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Great

Loving the alpha company series can't wait for book 4 please hurry audible need more



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Couldn't finish this book...

I enjoyed the first and second book but I had two major issues with the third.
Firstly, why does there need to be so much smut?! We got it in the second book, no need to push it so much in the third. I cringed a little more each time 'kitten's' sex acts were given an overview.
Secondly, I found the story to be largely filler. Different character names but extremely similar story line and content to the second book.
I wasn't able to make it to the end (maybe due in part to me listening to the first two back to back) and I'm sorry to say, I'm going to have to return it for one of the Awaken Online series.
The narrator did a great job however (especially with Bob who seems to be a fan favourite!).

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Compelling, but no crescendo.

The story has me wanting to come back, but the ending of all the books has been incredibly lackluster. It has a build but no peak in story, no real plot hook. Still, the story basis and setting is compelling and I at least want to know what happens next.

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love it. brilliant story

loved it well worth picking up for a credit can't wait to get the next one

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Bob.. biggest laugh out loud in the car ever.

Enjoying these books. Ready for the adventure to the Dead Lands. Bob makes me laugh every time.

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This one got to me.

Would you consider the audio edition of Alpha Company to be better than the print version?

Not read the print so couldn't tell you.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Alpha Company?

Fluffs dream/memory. Can you say Triggered much?

What does Peter Berkrot bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

The feelings conveyed are much clearer to me when it's read out how it;s meant to be.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

OH this one REALLY pissed me off, I love and hate the book! The start and through it is great but again Fluffballs dream/memory. It's been hours and I'm STILL wanting to destroy that S.O.B

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Great listen! the story is deep and excellently laid out for the most part.

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Amazeballs.

Loving this series. I just have to wait for the next one now. Please hurry up and arrive.

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Engaging and intense

The third book in the Alpha World saga is the best to date. Each character is well developed and explored and manages to bring the reader in even closer. The action scenes are impeccable and paced at edge of your seat speeds. The romantic discussions are well thought out and all possibilities are properly explored. This is a brilliant book.

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  • 02-08-18

Sappy & sexual not much plot

First 2 books were better but it really takes a turn to sex that just doesn’t stop

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  • James
  • 29-09-18

Softcore Teen Sexy Fantasy novel - MFFF

It's a great book if you like having 75% of your book just talk about one man building his 3 female harem and how they're all need a strong man.

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  • Wesley
  • 15-09-18

WILL YOU PLEASE COME UP WITH NEW INTERACTIONS

This book keeps repeating the same conversations over and over. I started to pick up on when a conversation that had already taken place would start up again and I would start skipping till the new material showed up.

Some examples:

Bob gets a hug for doing a good job.

I am monogamous but my wife is not.

My dad said that was how it should be done.

I wish you would start a harem.... GRRGH! I GET IT! MOVE THE STORY ALONG!!

I just started getting sick of the rinse and repeat dialog. Ugh. I liked the first book and thought the second was ok. I am really not sure if I want to pay for the next one.

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  • David Causey
  • 12-08-18

To much sex and psychotherapy

The first book in the series was great, The second started to become less so. By the end of book three. The game has become dull and un interesting. Every character we learn has deep psychological issues. The book becomes little more than back and fort chapters if teenage sexual fantasies and psychological daddy issues for all characters.
Not sure if I have the desire to continue the series.

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  • David R
  • 06-04-19

still a bad sex book

I just skipped all dream and sex parts and that fixed the book's problems and it was good. It doesn't change anything.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 18-04-18

Great

As good as the other two if not better. This series does not disappoint.

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  • Alexander Purlats
  • 11-07-18

Great idea with disappointing implementation

Being a fan of science fiction and video games I was pretty excited by the premise of this book: there is a ton of cool plot lines to explore within such a story. By the time I got to Book 3 I lost any hope that the author is going to make anything interesting out of the series. The thing that bugged me the most from the plot is the fact that there was not a single attempt made to explain the high functioning "artificial intelligence" controlling non playable characters in the game. I mean, dude, the main protagonist is married to a damn "artificial intelligence", at no point the subject of how this artificial intelligence functions at such a high level, how it should or should not be considered "conscious", any possible "self awareness" plot lines, none, all of this is brushed aside for things like an extremely detailed stat guide presented at the end of each chapter. The story is fun enough in a generic sort of way, but the amount of things simply ignored by the author are maddening. The narrators voice also sounds like he is about to tell someone "it puts the lotion on its skin", I have no idea if the narrator does this on purpose, but damn, what a weird way to talk.

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  • Austin
  • 09-11-18

Getting Even Better!

This next book dives deep into the character's backgrounds and the amount of character development is intense. Struggles that were always there but ignored are now starting to be addressed.

World exploration is starting. Multiple Dungeons are being cleared, women are being wooed, and Visa versa.

The only issue I have is with the single narrator's voice range. With so many characters, many of the voices are being reused and mixed making things jumbled. There is one point during a nightmare where it seems every voice he has is being used at once. I only wish there were a second narrator that could hold some of the weight all the characters hold.

I will avoid from spoiling anything. I hope the next book can "Keep" my interests as well as the this one has.

Warning: Contains a lot of sexual situations, dark themes, racism, and tackles problems such as assault, sexual assault, and murder.

P.s. The last couple chapters were very hard for me to get through as I was triggered by Fluffball's past. I suggest you prepare.

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  • Robert
  • 21-09-18

this is not a complete story

this feels like just a part of a book broken into pieces to be sold separately, just to get you to pay 60-80$ for one whole book.

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  • Tal
  • 13-06-18

at least he improved the pacing

damn this audiobook is preaching christian morals hard af rn with the mc, whatta wierd turn. not in a good way, it really takes you out of it especially since a good isekai story makes the mc a self insert. spoilers kinda ~~~~~~~~~~ author succesfully writes himself a chance to assemble a 3+ girl/1 best guy harem in the past couple books. but im assuming he doesnt want to write lewd things about cat girls, so he gives the cute shy cat girl some cheaply written father figure rapey abuse background to get a rise out of you. that makes her a stand in for the mcs non blood related daughter who was crippled by a rape assault that is the cause of all of this. its ok to give the shy char some dreaded history, but damn its a little heavy on the cheap sexual abuse. all in all hes improved the pacing of the writing, balancing combat and world/char building. next arc is a raid tier arc, so he knows how to build excitement for the next book. the in game therapy story is really interesting tho and i could use more "omnipotent company test ideas on the long stay subjects". if youre still willing to put up with some poorly thought up and written character interaction, then its one of the better
audiobooks for one who enjoys the genre.

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