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Immortal Swordslinger 2

Narrated by: Pavi Proczko
Series: Immortal Swordslinger, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 59 mins
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Summary

Sent to a foreign land torn apart by strife, Ethan learns more powerful techniques, discovers new combination elements, and meets a siren princess. 

But will they be enough to resolve the conflict between a water guild and a Wild clan?

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  • Mitchard Apides
  • 24-09-19

Complete Improvement compared to the first book!

PROS:

- More information about the different elements he can cultivate
- Actual build up with the relationship with different women instead of straight up fucking
- Action scenes are well thought out and well written
- Combination of elements are a refreshing way to add to the genre
- MC is less cocky than before and shows respect and humility until provoked or disrespected
- While MC is strong, he still relies on allies to cover his weakness, thus supporting characters matter.
- Narrator is pretty good in bringing life to the different characters

CONS:

- I hope the next book author can hold off with adding more women, he has like 5 in the end. Please make them matter, build them up, make us care about them. While they are unique from each other(for now), the fact that they are ok with him with multiple women and barely any jealousy happens kinda degrades their value.

Overall I really like where this is going and I await for the 3rd installment of this series. It is a great improvement compared to the first and I hope it continues to do so in the future books.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-10-19

loved the story line for book 2

can't wait to find out what happens in book 3. the narrator is simply awesome also

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  • Alex
  • 28-09-19

Better than the first

yes I say it is but if you liked the first book you'll be hard pressed to say different.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31-01-20

Good could be great

Very good book but could be better if the relationships are more fleshed out. But definitely will keep reading!

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  • Zachary
  • 09-11-19

disappointment,

Gave this series a fair go, but it has the plot depth of a saterday morning cartoon and dose nothing that comes to mind to give consequence to decisions made.
The bad guys are bad, the good guys are good, brain cells are in short supply, the conflicted are nigh blind to anything untill the last hour. I could go on.

In short, this is a power fantasy and at best a guilty pleasure.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-09-19

It's okay, but only okay.

To start this review i have a question for you dear reader. Have you ever experienced a story where characters will completely change on a dime? Where plot critical character flaws will cease because the plot dictates it's time for them to cease, killing the drama and stakes of the scene and leaving the audience wondering why the flaw was introduced at all?

That is the primary flaw with immortal swordslinger 2. It's a shame, because the overall story between the two books is still good, and it's not like the arbitrary character changes are "wrong" or even undesirable in their outcomes. It's more that the way it's written is rushed and affects almost all of the new cast with exception of the new love interest. It would also help if the changes weren't complete 180 changes, especially when said characters reaffirm their views several times prior and showed no signs of change.

It would be tough to outright recommend the book given the above, however if the above isn't that big of an issue for you, and if you really loved the first book then i'd suggest giving this a shot.

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