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Monster Empire

Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
Length: 8 hrs and 18 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (56 ratings)
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Summary

Step 1 - Find beautiful monster girl

Step 2 - Bed beautiful monster girl

Step 3 - Make half-monster-half-human child that has magical abilities with beautiful monster girl

Step 4 - Go to Step 1 with different monster girl until an unstoppable horde is made

Step 5 - Conquer the world

©2018 Michael-Scott Earle (P)2018 Michael-Scott Earle

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Like bad fanfic gone wrong

you know a haram fantasy adventure is bad when the most enjoyable part is before he meets any girls or any fantasy aspects
the setup is pretty good, solder, ancient ruin, some pop culture references
then we get to the new world where everyone is a badly written NPC from a 90s PS1 game
the main love/sex intrest may as well be a cardboard cutout, literally her whole and only role is to say "your so smart and handsome ken-jewel" (this is about 80% of her dialogue) with a little "lets make an army of monster babies ken-jewel"
the sex is bad, the writing for any female character is bad (not quite as bad as the main female character but still pretty bad)
and the story is pretty much a dude making a log cabin, that's so well made that it holds of a 200 strong raiding party of goblins.
i would say some of this might be a spoiler but there honestly isn't anything to spoil, save your credit there are a lot more better books in the dirty LitRPG genre (pretty much anything)

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Pretty good.

I am a fan of Michael-scott, and needed something to tide me over while I wait for Tamer Volume 5 is released. Now I am further disappointed because I now have to wait for volume 2 of this series. Ugh... The writing is good, but the story seemed a little rushed, I felt it needed a little more time to get to where it is.

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right up there with the rest of his best.

Michael Scott earle is a prolific writer of these fantasy books
I love everything he writes such a variety of stories and subject matters his imagination knows no bounds.

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Not just bad but dull...

There were lots of generally positive reviews of this book on goodreads so i gave it a go. Either im not listening to the same book or everything good happens past the 3 hour 30 mark because, outside of a good intro, its all just ‘meh’ from there. Its a shame because I actuelly like some of the authors other books but this, from story all the way through to characters and dialogue was just painful, offensive, derivative, and, worst of all, BORING! I have listened to the end of litterally hundreds of dreadful books but I had to put this one down. It was DULL! Its like he forgot the first rule of this type of fantasy, wish fufillment through the empowerment of the main character. Instead, he tried to go for erotic wish fufillment, without having the balls to write actuel erotica and instead just giving the bit of the porn script where the pizza guy offers his salami... In fact, im pretty sure most porn scripts have more fleshed out female characters. This was just lazy.

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i wouldent bother try super sales on super Heros

i wouldent bother try super sales on super Heros if you like this sort of thing

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Less than 2 minutes and bored...

I don’t normally like to pass an unfair judgement, but given I had 2 credits I figured why not, I can’t say much for the story but the performance is bland and uninteresting. The blurb sells very little but managed to give me enough passing interest to decide if this was worth bothering with, as a fantasy book with the villain as the main character sounded interesting, but I can already tell where this is going to go. If there’s nothing else out and you can get past the slow time wasting first minute you might have a better time than me, otherwise I personally recommend staying very clear of it

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