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Summary

With Unity formed, Gunnar feels like he's created a family like he's never had before. All that's left is to grow in strength, continue building in Edgewood, and maybe earn a little affection from Princess Adeelee. Nothing can tear him away from his friends and newly founded guild.

Or can it?

Gunnar still has a lot to learn about his massive, new world. There are eyes and ears everywhere. Deception can come when you least expect it, and in Eden's Gate, sometimes you can lose control of your own fate.

And Rachel? Maybe she's still out there...somewhere.

©2017 Edward Brody (P)2017 Edward Brody

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Epic continuation to an absolutely fantastic story!

Absolutely outstanding work from the fantastic author Edward Brody, keeping the story alive and fresh, never with a dull moment and perfect narration by Pavi Proczko

Fans of the story will not be disappointed by the latest instalment to this adventure!

Eagerly awaiting book 4

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Another good listen

Very much enjoying this saga and am most certainly looking forward to audio book 4!

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so so

there are a lot of points in this story when the hero is incredibly stupid and the people around him respond with no intelligence, for example when he is undercover the evil sand man reminds him to stay in character. it gets really cheesy and characters break character to follow the storyline. the stats are important in this type of book, almost every enemy seems to do basic attacks that take 25-50% health, the battle system doesn't seem to be thought through!

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I found my self gripped

This series is like ready player one for the rpg players, instead of arcade and old consoles. It all works. All of it. I love it.

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  • David
  • 13-01-18

Sherlock (The Potato) Holmes

Mc was strangley whiny this time around and has the deductive reasoning of a potato.

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  • Christopher
  • 17-04-18

MC is too stupid to be alive.

If he was a real person he would have died in childhood due to his inability to use a spoon successfully.

The MC was pretty dumb in the first two books but the plot was good enough that I was able to slog through it.

In this book he is so consistently moronic that I found myself wanting to punch the author in the face. By about 2/3's of the way through it was so bad that the book became unlistenable. I couldn't finish it.

Stay away. Don't waste your credit.

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  • Marlon
  • 04-05-18

Trash, dont bother

This book has a lot of potential, but it was written by someone who it’s evident doesn’t know anything about RPG games. The (MC) Main Character is indecisive and weak, you tell me that after 20 days if you are a serious gamer you don’t know how to power level. Seriously trash, and how come he couldn’t put it all together that he was in the endless sands. I figured it out the minute they started to talk about a sea of sands, this guy is no real gamer and the writer needs to understand the people who buys these books are gamers. Having a shitty lead like this that doesn’t know how to properly level or even build his character after 20 days in is no gamer at all. After 20 days at the rate he’s playing say 10 hours per day, counting resting and hard mobs he needed to be level 40 at the lowest. Getting the legendary blade and not killing the head of the sparrow is also not someone a real gamer would do. After heard that scene, I had already thought up 3 different plans on how to get in and out and not die, he also dies too much and doesn’t seem to be able to think through a simple problem. This book is nothing like Chaos Seeds by Aleron Kong or any other RPG. This is written for someone who doesn’t know anything about RPG. Don’t waste your money or credit on it.

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  • Lucas
  • 16-02-18

I like it but

I like it for the most part but the main character is so annoying I just want to strangle him

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  • Logan79
  • 06-02-18

things are getting a little bit more confusing

Our main character and his friends are doing their best to build their town and protect the ones they love while making a place for themselves and there's new beautiful and terrifying world

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  • m.stevens
  • 01-02-18

Good book

I loved this book other then the fact that it only covers like 5-7 days per book

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  • Christopher Corbeil
  • 24-01-18

Loved this book

I'm hooked, I love this series. Can't complain about much, sometimes the Stat reading can get a bit much but I'm just nit picking. Honestly if you're debating listening to this, just get it you won't regret it.

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  • Ryan
  • 21-01-18

too gullible?

I wanted the main character to be more intelligent and have better intuition. however the author did a good job of painting him as fallible and gullible.

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  • KINGKING190
  • 17-01-18

really in the middle?

I don't think I will get the next one after this. the story is to easy. not really all that great. wish the author would make the characters different they all seem to be the same. they all talk the same way.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 17-01-18

Tldr: protag gets lucky a lot

Tldr: This books protagonist doesn't seem to have anything special about him.

His personality is almost non existent yet every female character who spends time around him inexplicably begins falling for him. He skids by on the gods own luck since he doesn't seem to actually think outside every other instance of "brilliance" that I found to be either not the best option or just plainly the obvious choice, and speaking of choice! The morale dilemmas in this book are both under played and not that great.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful