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Summary

Defeat slavers. Take their monster girls. Conquer the world.

When William stumbles through a portal in the middle of Antarctica, he'll suddenly find himself in a world unlike any he's ever known. Now, he's surrounded by monster girls, vicious warlords, and everything in between. 

Worse, his only weapon is a magical branding iron, which seems to have one skill and one skill only, to overwrite slave brands. Thing is, monster girls seem pretty grateful about being freed from the tyranny of their masters, and with each one he brands, the stronger he becomes. 

And that's a good thing because in a world under siege, William and his magical branding iron might be the only thing that stands between them and complete annihilation.

Warning: Contains a harem and adult situations. You have been warned.

©2019 Simon Archer (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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Very enjoyable

I enjoyed the narration. The characters were very easy to distinguish.
Good fun to listen too, I am already reading the 3rd book seeing as the audio books are not yet available.

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great worldbuilding, more andrea needed!

a fun story with an interesting premise. - brands that enslave and free.

more andrea would be great as both do a wonderful job. the only change would be perhaps for (rather than here only narrating the chapters from the girls pov) she could voice all the women. much like how Without Law does it.

beyond that - wondefully performed and i look forward to continuing with the tale.

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I brand you, for Freedom

2 hour book in an 8 hour wrapper, every cliche going. chosen one will save planet by branding ever atractive female he comes accross. MC is dull as dishwater, story is slow and obvious and romance is non existent.

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Really liked this

Loved the narration, loved the story. I recommend this book. I have already listened to Book 1 and 2 waiting on book 3 ..

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  • TheBrew
  • 01-03-20

Disappointed

Andrea Parsneau only has 20 mins max of time in this book. The other nararator did an ok job, but throwing her name on there for sales is not ok.

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  • Sonicblackfox
  • 01-03-20

Weird narration

instead of using the two narrators to split up between the male and female characters, they decided to do a weird thing where they take turns when the chapter changes focus on a character....... if you plan to take on multiple narrators then have them fill the roles entirely not only partly

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  • kevin
  • 29-02-20

narrator feedback

when I saw a male/female team I was expecting them to play the respective parts witch is not the case, its kinda disappointing but they still did good I liked how Andrea would narrate the female centric chapters. It would be nice if they could go back and redo the character parts.

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  • Rolleson
  • 26-02-20

Meh...

Feels like Forger of Worlds, but with slavery, torture, and rape... Not really my thing.

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  • Last Preatorian
  • 04-03-20

Fast paced? Like a fighter jet!!!

Loved the story and the pacing of it. I didn’t feel like I was being dragged down with back story, character development, setting the scenes or overly dramatic harem relationships and poking (if you know what I mean).
Instead the story moved along at a fast clip equal to the timeline of events happening. I felt like I knew the characters and the world too. Loved the story and upset more than I thought I’d be when i discovered books 2 and 3 aren’t available yet.
Uhh dude how am I supposed to get my fix? I need more kicking ass, taking names, and different world cute harem ladies (not girls but badass ladies).
I’d be remiss if I didn’t include how well J. F. Harding and Andrea Parsneau (for real autocorrect that’s her last name stop fixing it) did with five if each character life, voice, personality, and really make my ears believe every aspect of EACH person they voiced. Outstanding job to both of them.

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  • Matthew P McAllister
  • 10-03-20

The story is odd, but fun

This follows the general pattern of harem stories. It is fun and entertaining, while downplaying many of the darker aspects.

The narrators did a good job, but the choice to have different narrators voice the same characters within a single book was a poor one. Changes in narrators are one of the most common complaints among long running series, and this detracts from the story. Additionally, it really seems that the addition of Andrea Parsneau is more for publicity than content.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-04-20

Happy Yet Confused

Narration can make or break a book easily doesn't matter if its a great book or if its a terrible book if we do not like the narrator its going to fail. J.F. Harding is a good narrator going to put him on my list of hes good check out the book people but I got to ask why is Andrea here. She is a fantastic narrator so I would have liked to hear more from her after hearing her the first time I was getting memories from other great books she did and I was excited but then she was gone. She did so little if I told you to skip the two chapters did you wouldn't have missed anything you couldn't have picked up from the rest of the book.

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  • kevin springle
  • 28-03-20

Interesting story but...

This is a interesting story with a great premise, but the narration style made hard to finish.

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  • Alex
  • 27-02-20

I'm rating this early

I say that to say I really like the book alot just bc of Parsneau.

I really like Mr. Harding but I really wish it was one or the other :/ I dont like this back and forth narrators should have just let Andrea do this one

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  • Tyler
  • 27-07-20

Did not use the 2 narrator's to the fullest

It mostly had the Male narrator doing all the roles but for a few chapters hopefully they work to gether better in the next book

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