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Summary

A prophecy foretold…the fate of thousands on the line.... 

With one major enemy town behind them, the GreenPiece clan marches onward to new conquests. Facing Oren and his monster army are the combined forces of the so-called "civilized races", intent on halting his invasion of their territory. 

Reality blurs as Oren fights harder than ever to save the trapped players, his clan, and his family.

Life Reset: Conquest is book 5 of New Era Online, a LitRPG/GameLit best-selling series that combines settlement development, a monster protagonist, a deranged AI companion who’s obsessed with testicular quips, and a desire to explore what it means to be a human living inside a video game.

The Soundbooth Theater team for this production:

  • Jeff Hays - Narration
  • Annie Ellicott - Lirian, Aly, Duladeen
  • Laurie Catherine Winkel - Yulli, Raystia
  • Dalton Lynne - Proofing
  • Ahmed Mahmoud - Sound design
  • Aaron J. Morton - Music composition, production, and performance
  • Agustin Jacob - Editing and mastering
©2020 Shemer Kuznits (P)2020 Soundbooth Theater

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it just gets better and better

long live the chief
yet again the goblin Greenpeace clan kick some arse.

can't wait to see what happens next

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So good

The story have it all. Player progress, city progress, armies other players. This is a must for all litrpg lovers

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Another great LITRPG masterpiece

Wow book 5 really was full throttle, left on such a cliffhanger .
With narration by soundbooth theatre bringing it alive 5* all the way

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Somewhere between getting bored and disappointed

It's been enjoyable so far, with a bit of dark humour here.. a bit there, very good character development and an entertaining story for a long time until I've heard enumerations of skills that could be shortened, and troops of the same type, same skills and many times the same level being enumerated one by one as if they were different species.

It might be just a feeling, but it feels like the author tries to cut the story short by pressing adventure after adventure, conquest after conquest, leaving behind a great deal of personal development and day to day life. If not for the length of the books that decrease by 6 - 8 hours from the second book, the clearly fast forward timeline and the reviews about the ending of the last book being cut short I wouldn't have mentioned this.

I don't feel bad that I've listened to the story so far, but I lost interest and might as well find something else that I can fully enjoy listening.

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I'm so sad we're near the end

Once again a story that is beautifully narrated by the team at Soundbooth theater, creating an immersive space for the LitRPG story by Shemer Kuznits. Here, we get a lot more action earlier on than the previous book, although I'd have loved to interact more with the mob squad.

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Great listen

Loving the story and narration, only criticism is the sound effects , doesn’t need any .Had to buy 3 more credits to carry on the story’s.

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Sound effects...

Another installment of the adventures or Oren and the Green Peace clan! I feel that character development is still good and the story is engaging, however, some of the sound effects are intrusive and too loud. In this performance I'm talking about the scorpions. Otherwise I'm still a big fan!

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Please listen to this Series

Again this leaves you wanting more. Action, suspense and moral dilemma. and this description doesn't do it justice

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Great overall, Pandas narration was distracting

Overall this book is on par with other books in the series, I felt like there is a little less numbers sheets and technicalities which was great.
Pandas narration was just awful though. Not sure what was sb theater going for with that one.

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good but not epic

It's like a bubblegum book, if you get my meaning, interesting enough to keep you going but not deeply satisfying

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  • 01-02-21

The story is now falling into moralization tropes

one of the thing i liked about this story was that the main character could do evil things occassionally. That is no longer the case. Oren has started needing more and more moralistic justification for every action, from not harming civilians to being unable to fulfil a pact with nihilator.

The final straw for the negative review came and tried to raise qualms about imprisoning an obstacle that opposed them. Even though its still a good story and well written its now just the same dime-a-dozen moral-hero type of story.

the worst part is it looks like the original text didnt have this problem and it had some evil parts like nihilator assaulting a town, but some idiot of an editor took it out. Sucks that it got rewarded with 5 stars but i guess i could write my own

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  • 19-01-21

Great Story but hard listen

Like the rest of the books in the series the story was great and colorful. But following in the footsteps of the previous two books, they decided to add a ton of excess sounds at all of the exciting parts. This makes it near impossible to understand what is happening and is incredibly frustrating to listen to. Even rewinding multiple times is not enough to clear up/process some of what is said.
Again amazing book, would recommend. The audio maybe not so much.

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  • Nathan
  • 23-02-21

Not a fan of excessive sound effects and music

the rest of the series has been great. this time around they really over did it with the sound effects, and on top of that, added music. I'm fine with a little of that stuff in my audiobooks, at times it can really bring home a scene, but for every little thing? it's just obnoxious.

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  • Cody
  • 02-03-21

Love the story but the sound effects are crap

the story is great but the sound effects make it almost impossible to listen to.

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  • brant dugger
  • 16-01-21

The saga continues...

My only complaint is the books aren't 30hrs long and that they don't come out every 2 weeks. Love this series.😜

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  • D
  • 03-06-21

it became to much of a romance novel

I loved this series when ir first started truly I did but now it fucking disgusts its become to much of a damn romance love novel my wife this my virtual child my burning desire for goblin sex blah blah blah if I wanted a trashy boring romance novel I'd by one and it still wouldn't be this bad hod it's become so annoying when literally whole chapters are based around NOTHING except this shit...

the last book was a struggle to get through where I skipped whole chapters just to get back to the main point of the book this book I gave up entirely and im deleting the whole thing from my library

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  • Stuart
  • 22-01-21

Great book, tired of the daughter crap.

This book is amazing. I’d say it’s the best since book 1. The story is great as are the characters and the development. My only complaint is the stuff with his daughter. I don’t care about her and she’s annoying. Combine that with Orins oath and she’s just a pain.

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  • Michael Wilson
  • 08-01-21

great 👍

I have been waiting for this book and I wasn't disappointed. Its one of my favorite books.

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  • Cory
  • 08-01-21

The question is to fight or belt

There's a lot of building in this one but it's not concentrate on as much as normal it's more about the fighting as it should be because this is a part where they fight to stay alive and prepare for the final book in the series and we get to see more of the side characters and how they work together

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  • Hipcatjack
  • 23-04-21

successfully missed jumping sharks

I have to admit, when the whole plot shifted, i was worried that the story was going to change so much that all suspension of disbelief would be ruined for me.

But the author has somehow not only maintained the best parts of what i loved of this story, but has been able to incorporate new elements to make the story better imho.

Also the callbacks to stuff referenced in the first few books, really make the plot seem like to be progressing naturally. All in all just plain well written.

And at this point, does anyone even need to mention the incredible talent the voice actors bring to the story? Amazing as usual. And other production teams should take notes on how light of a touch, the sound effects are used. A little but goes a long way, too many audio books are ruined these days with overproduction and background too loud for the narrator. Not here. Thanks for that. Definitely cannot wait to buy the next instalment.

DT/SL TV is gonna be huge!!

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