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Summary

All of the stories you've heard are wrong. They always tell you that starting a new life in a fantasy world is an amazing experience, full of magic, adventure, and true love...but they never tell you what happens when it's over. They don't tell you that it just happens again. And again. By the time you start your third new life in a row, all of that initial amazement wears off. 

That's where Lux finds himself now: dropped into yet another fantasy world, forced to restart his life all over again. Having lost the people he loved twice over, he wants nothing more than to disappear and live a life of solitude...but it seems the world has other plans for him.

©2020 Adam Ladner (P)2020 Tantor

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Simp Lord 5000

the description goes on about how the protagonist is indifferent and been reincarnated 3 times now and he is for the first 30 seconds what follows a man who instantly latches on to all female characters without thinking someone who just trusts everyone and even when they are betrayed give them a chance to do it again you find out more about his past lives that the world hes currently in because anytime In the present is used up on him making rookie mistakes that even a child wouldn't do

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Meh

The idea is good but i mean 3 worlds yet still makes such silly mistakes also the story dose not seem to really move forward it’s very slow.


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  • Anon
  • 30-09-20

Its poorly written

Author gives the mc to much power but makes him weak so it’s confusing... if your strong enough to kill everyone then why sway to there stupid threats instead of just telling them the truth ... aka if you do that everyone dies including the kingdom

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  • Elijah
  • 24-09-20

felt like a boring anime

This book was okay but the MC changes how he feels really fast and makes mistakes that he should never make at this point in his life pro tip author, the MC saying he made a stupid mistake does not make that mistake less stupid or excuse the mistake he made nor is it character development.

I also dislike how this book is basically focused on women only, no male characters that are the MCs friend or anything like that. Also the beginning of this books plot is SO forced to get him to the girl he will want to protect because of course we still have stories where the only plot is to protect a girl and an MC that has next to no other ambition or goal.

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  • vasya
  • 24-09-20

great idea horrid execution

wow I dont know what to say. just like in my title I bought this book because this is my favorite style, but they ruined the execution. the story is more like vampire diries then an animal smart MC. I got to about 3/4 can't finish it gonna have to return the book

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  • mark
  • 24-09-20

it is ok

Had a lot of potential but fell short. I love the idea of the book but the story is lagging, I do the writing stial so 3/5

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  • Jessica McClaflin
  • 27-09-20

great characters

By far the best part of this book is the characters. it gives me spice and wolf vibes. definitely a good thing. there almost isn't an overall story. definitely want more!

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  • Loweti
  • 25-09-20

Loved It But Don't Know How I Feel About The End

(Not going to spoil but this is what I liked about it)

Alex did great very clean no complaints.

This book is very anime. And the magic system is similar to overlord.

I was very surprised with the combat some really good action scenes. And tinkering with spell mechanics was really fun to listen to.

There's no crazy backstory with any of the characters. Just a nice story with some slow burn romance

Nothing really bad about the book worth mentioning

Overall This book is a ball of comfort filed with feel good moments. Very chill with a nice pace.

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  • Daniel A Kiesow
  • 28-05-21

not bad, but something's just not right. SPOILERS

the premise is compelling, and the magic system is pretty good. but something just seems off about the world and how events play out. I thought Leah was a spy for a while, because it seemed too convenient that she got put in a cell across from Lux. I thought the events with Leah and the corrupt guards was all a setup by the ruling power to get lux to explain/demonstrate how his magic works. and then Leah's parents seem a little too okay with an obviously dangerous stranger taking their daughter away and going god-knows-where with her. not to mention how they all but told Leah and lux to go get it on in her bedroom. the character writing is decent. would be nice to see some more thought put into the plot though. it's a power fantasy/wish-fulfillment/fan service Novel.

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  • Mark Anderson
  • 21-10-20

Good Story, Should Have Been Longer

The cut off point should’ve been after the meeting to come in volume two. Fights could’ve been more involved but overall I like the premise of the story & will buy the second volume. Ideally, it won’t be to long before it is released.

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  • Matthew Finsrud
  • 08-10-20

so disappointing

I loved the premise in the description. guys 3rd time being sent to a new world. so we get to skip all the parts of him experiencing new fantasy world setting etc. accept no instead we get that later in the book in a dream squance instead. oh ive been railroaded two times before looks like I'll let it happen again. what the nice lady in market robbed me then got me sent to the dungeons.... oh wait no suprise.... at all the whole book could be called guy makes same choices as twice before and nothing changes which suprises him for some reason. so disappointing.

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  • Khoa M Nguyen
  • 28-09-20

Liked the premise but not the MC

I love reading stories where the MC is reborn/reincarnated. I had high hopes since the premise of starting over multiple times was really unique. Also, it is set in a true fantasy world(s) rather than a game. I liked the MC at the beginning when he was on his own but as soon as he met women, I didn't like his actions and choices anymore. He started out as a complex, tortured soul struggling with madness, distrust and fear that needs someone really special to nuture him back to humanity. Then he turned into an insecure, indecisive, and way too sensitive teenager. I've no idea what happened to the man who has lived 3.5 lifetimes that has lost everything over and over.

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