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Succubus, Book 5
Narrated by: Iggy Toma
Series: Succubus, Book 5
Length: 10 hrs
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Summary

He thought it was all a game…until he lost everything.

Tragedy has struck, and now Ian must try to reverse it. 

Inside the virtual reality video game known as OtherWorld, he will recruit new allies…play politics with a duchess and an emissary of the Church of Eternity…square off against a trio of bounty hunters…meet a vastly powerful dungeon core who can bend reality itself…and encounter the most frightening opponent he has ever faced. 

But most important of all, he will risk everything to save the woman he loves. 

Warning: This is a story featuring naked women, threesomes, kinky sex, demons, warlocks, violence, revenge, and moral quandaries.

©2018 A.J. Markam (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Chill *itch

The 5th book in the series is as good as the first, still lots of battles, and sex. No evil ex-masters though. While I like this series a lot, the sex is just a little too much. If it, the sex, were reduced by half I’d be happy.
As always, Iggy Toma’s performance is brilliant, Stig and Fugly are both excellent. I found myself trying to imitate Fugly’s Yeah’s and Nah’s.

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  • saul
  • 12-12-19

great book

I was realy reluctant to read this book after the downer ending from the last one, but the writer pulled it off.

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  • Unknown
  • 30-10-19

please release more

Thank you for giving us a great novel to listen to keep up the good work. I'm looking forward to seeing more novels written by you.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-09-19

Very good but creepy

This is one if the best Succuby story's in my opinion but beware for those of you who have a good imagination - the details are rather creepy. The Sex story's - you wouldn't believe it - get even a bit more creative. I listened through it in not even 2 days because I didn't want to stop.

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  • David
  • 08-09-19

Not What It Needed to Be

For the final book in a series this one was not what it needed to be. There was no culmination of the story, no tying up of loose ends, and no resolution of any of the problems at the beginning of the book. It was clear from the start that the author ran out off ideas. I know this is supposed to be a game full of super AI's , but the level to which these are taken is ridiculous. It gets to the point that the author feels the need to remind the readers that it is all a game. Even with the reminder, the main character still acted like the NPCs were real and was more concerned with their problems than reality. The challenges he faced were far too great for his level even though they were set up and controlled by the game. This is something a super intelligent game, or even any of those today, would never do. All games are designed to provide level appropriate quests and prevent the player from accepting quests that are impossible at their level. The narrator was good and treated the book seriously. He used the same voices in this book that he used in all the others so it was easy to recognise the characters. So I enjoyed the narration, just not the story. I'm glad this is the last book. The collector in me would force me to keep listening to them otherwise and that is not something I really want to do.

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  • richard henney
  • 17-07-19

cant wait till next one comes out

I really enjoyed these audiobooks from this author. and would recommend this to anyone looking for a good read

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 22-06-19

Markam does it again.

Once more Markam tells an amazing story about two characters I've come to know and adore. I eagerly await book six.

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  • Vincent Thompson
  • 29-05-19

the whole series is a wonder

if you are in to fantasy novels and you are mature this is a great series.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-05-19

less bad jokes more story!

there are whole situations that shouldn't have been written, worst warlock I have ever seen.

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  • David Rogers
  • 03-05-19

I think this is the best Succubus so far.

I enjoy the story line more than the adult interlewds. Still Ian, Elorria, Stig, and Fugly romp in this game.

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  • Durid The Druid
  • 01-05-19

In regards to my last review of this series -

- I wrote about the series actually being a story with sex and violence in it. And though this one does eventually get back to that, I am sorry to say this one is over 60% porn. Not just a few scenes, but much of the story seems to be written by porn writers. Just enough plot to go from one implausible sex scene to another more implausible one.

I really hope this is not an indicator for the rest of the series. I'm just enjoying LK Hamilton's Anita Blake series rising from a period of +80% smut. Oh mind you this is still a really good story, but it's losing the intelligence it had in previous books. Not just the shallow NPC's, but the main charger and advanced AI are making really stupid decisions. And I assume some of these events seem to be affecting more than just our heroes, but they just don't.

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To Markam - please consider having more reoccurring characters, especially in the real world of this epic. And some more focus on the higher intelligence AIs of the world beyond Aleria. Maybe to a few scenes that only us listeners see to show some of the larger world. Is that Mob boss such a higher AI? If so, why does he keep throwing good money and lives after bad, or get his mob taken over by someone smarter? Where does he keep finding these tough NPC willing to throw their lives away for a bounty? And act very stupidly on their hunt as well? Seriously, how bullheaded does someone have to be to not realise that highly dangerous monsters running from an area probably means something worse is about to go down?? Especially when the guy you plan to torture and kill many times decides to surrender and leave rather that sick around???? AND WHY DID IT NOT OCCUR TO ENIN TO ALLY WITH THE DUCHESS AND THE ADVENTURERS TO FIGHT AGAINST THE DUNGEON GUILD AND THE BABY CTHULHU???? The city of Vaas may have been more saved, and it would not have been a three-front war against him.

Sorry for any spelling errors I made him names here. I listen to the audiobook. :-)