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Summary

Tired of the main character one-shoting every boss? Every girl inexplicably in love with him on first sight?

Legendary Rule is certainly not an "easy mode" harem. 

Ajax Demos finds himself lost in society. Graduating shortly after artificial intelligence is allowed to enter the workforce, he can’t get his career off the ground. 

He clings to what he believes a responsible adult should pursue, but it just isn’t in the cards. As his last hope for a steady paycheck disappears new opportunities open. 

Ajax gets a chance to play a brand new Immersive Reality game. Things aren't as they seem. Mega Corps hover over what appears to be a simple game. 

Two unlikely women hiding their real identities join his party as he tries to get ahead of the competition and set himself on the path of becoming a professional gamer. 

Join Ajax and Company as they enter the world of Legendary Rule. 

Note: This book contains graphic violence, harem elements, and explicit scenes.

©2019 Bruce Sentar (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Good narration

The narrator did a good job but I couldn't engage with MC, too dumb and sex starved for my like. He supposedly a gamer but that doesn't come across in his gameplay.

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  • Cj
  • 04-03-21

great!

this was a lot better than I thought it would be, I'm gonna get the second book now.

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nice book too much s*x content maybe

easy to listen and the story flows, I cringed a bit at the adult scenes those are too much.
classical litrpg story main character gets a ultra vr pod and teams up with 2 ladies he is broke and out of options.

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  • jeremie
  • 22-07-20

meh!

very middle of the road it may get better but this book is meh! the world is interesting but the villain is so cringey it's sad and the MC is kinda of a dumbass.

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  • Anon
  • 11-10-20

Litrpg with a lame wonnabe love triangle

I enjoy books like this but this story is like chasing amy ... dude stop using other people work to write your crap novel.. read and watch movies before you steal another person idea

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  • Renegadescribe
  • 20-10-20

Interesting concept but the MC noob mistakes *smh*

I enjoyed listening to this book and for the most part, it was an enjoyable experience. Brandon Utah did a great job narrating it as usual. I have to say though, the are some things that took me out of the story to the point where I was almost yelling to myself as if I could reach out to the MC and stop him from being such a moronic, noob player. The sad thing was there were other things in the book's world that could have really made it stand out but it wasn't expolored as much as the noob's fumbling with the women and his apparent ineptitude at gaming (AI's anyone? That could have been explored a lot more deeply...)

For the most part, the MC was fairly typical of the usaly crop of game MC's: disadvantaged background/hard life with the mind to become a pro gamer in the new game d'jour. That isn't a problem and is usually expected in most LitRPG/HaremLit books. Even his little odd personality quirks (like the entire money thing) was understandable, I mean no one is perfect and I have met people like that. Frankly they are infuriating to deal with, but in context with the character this, again, is fine.

What isn't fine is the MC bandys about his gaming prowess and how "he taught" his pro-gamer crush how to play, but still does such a boneheaded mistake as to not check messages from the rest of his party after he had been killed and also ingnored the footage of how he died and still blamed one of the girls when she was in front of him even though he was HIT FROM BEHIND! Ugh, I was yelling outloud "Check your friggin' party chat/messages you idiot then you won't need to wonder how this happened!!!"

I have to say it is not often that I feel the need to talk aloud as if trying to reach the MC to prevent him from doing something so damned stupid, but there I was at my desk grinding my teeth.

And then there were the ladies themselves. I can understand the dynamic the author was going for but frankly the fact that two pro-gamer women somehow would defer to this guy without having more to say was pretty unbelievable. Not only that, they pretty much fell head over heals with him in less than one regular day (yes they were playing at an accelerated time rate, but still) which is extermely quick even for a harem novel.

I'm still thinking about getting the next book to see where it goes, but I may not get the audiobook version next time around.

In the end, I did enjoy the book but ugh, please have the MC start acting as if he knows what he is doing as a gamer and stop being such a noob. Also, give the women some more spine and let more of their expertise as actual pro-gamers come through instead of making them mere arm-candy.

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  • UnlimitedWaifuworks
  • 16-08-20

Hard and fast... I LIKE IT THOUGH!

Forget cliffhanger, this gave me Readers Blueballs. RIGHT AT THE FREAKING END MAN.😭😭😭😭 (I'm having a love/hate relationship with podium publishing). SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-08-20

Easy Mode?

So the story overall is enjoyable. feels like it ended mid story, as far as the game difficulty it fits the spells could be more original classic for the genre, and his name spell has been done before. He basically is blind when it comes to his team. So if u call oblivious hard mode than maybe. I will be getting the next book tho

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  • Gavin Markowitz
  • 26-07-20

Mmorpg lit harem ect ect

Legitimately a good book, loved the ending, the Mc is a little too anime trope hesitant but all in all totally recommend it!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-09-20

decent

The story is about standard lit-rpg, but the dialog spunded very unnatural. I will give book 2 a listen.

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  • Richard Corcorran
  • 01-08-20

Awesome

awesome cant wait for the next im definitely hooked

keep up the good work

thanks

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  • Dylan
  • 31-03-21

Very good

Good way to end the first book a little slow moving at parts hopefully more books to come

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 14-03-21

A Hidden Gem!

This story is fun and relate-able. The narrator is easy to listen to. The magic system is unique and smart.