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The Citadel Audiobook

The Citadel: Mirror World Series, Book 2

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Publisher's Summary

If you're a warrior seeking glorious feats, we need you! The walls of the Maragar Citadel are always in need of heroes!

Or are you a wizard in search of forgotten lore? One visit to our Ancient Library will reveal you many a great mystery!

Or are you an online player craving excitement? Then you'd better hurry! The Maragar Citadel is rife with adventure-choose one to your liking!

Performing deeds of online valor is the last thing on Oleg's mind, though. Neither does he care about any ancient lore. He's never trusted adventure, anyway. Mirror World is no place for the likes of him. Still, he's here to stay - at the demand of Reflex Bank, which has granted him a loan for his daughter's hospital treatment. Which is the only reason he's joined the ranks of the defenders of the Maragar Citadel.

©2016 Alexey Osadchuk; English translation copyright 2016 by Irene Woodhead and Neil P. Mayhew (P)2016 Tantor

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    David 07/01/2017
    David 07/01/2017 Member Since 2016
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    "Second in series, and doesn't disapoint"

    The continuing tale of Oleg is good and the story has developed in a different way from the first book so the developing story arc is great. Good character and good world description. Read the first book as doesn't go well out of order, but do read them both.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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  • Johan
    Durham, NC, United States
    10/10/16
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    "good"

    Well it was a well done book. The one thing that bugged me is that I wish I would speed up the narration just a bit. The narration is to slow, and it bugged me.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Jonathan
    30/06/17
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    "Story could be ..."

    The story had lots of potential and it was fun to follow, but the pace and unneeded material slowed it up.

    I had to speed it up just to keep from getting bored.

    Plus I am confused by Oleg. At times he is an idiot with no common sense and other times he is bright. At one moment he is scared of everything (even though he cannot take damage) and next he is brave. He has money issues, and wants to and needs to save every penny, but then he throws cash around like it is nothing. The inconsistency was annoying.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • korneel
    24/04/17
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    "story gets better, narattor still anoyingly slow"
    Any additional comments?

    For a second book in a series its good, the story gets better, main character gets more debt. only thing that annoys me is that the narrator is reading a bit slow.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Jeremy
    CA, United States
    03/04/17
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    "chopped up"

    My only problem is that it feels like one book split up into several. I found it very enjoyable though.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Joseph
    10/03/17
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    "Nevermind... nevermind... nevermind..."
    Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

    sure, it was a decent and entertaining book


    Any additional comments?

    The main character has started to get incredibly repetitive. His catchphrase.. Never mind. He says it about 1-5 times per chapter and now i cringe every time i hear it. Either the writer has started getting lazy after the first book or else I just started noticing his repetitive style the more of his writing I listen to. either way I hope the third book is better but so far its not. Still a good book. still gonna finish the series but it could have been great if the writing wasn't so blah.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • hatmadley
    United States
    06/10/16
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    "Well written and engaging."

    I have really enjoyed the past two books and look forward to the new one.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • matt
    17/01/18
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    "getting better"

    The writing style is hard to translate between languages but this title is sure to get past it for most of you all.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Krista
    04/01/18
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    "Great story, weird and unnecessary adjectives"

    Way too many adjectives, some of which didn’t make sense for the story: “surprisingly” for events that weren’t very surprising, ditto for “admittedly”, “mechanically”, and “suddenly”. Maybe something just got lost in translation.
    Who am I to really complain? The story is still as addictive as the first book and I can’t wait to read the third.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • James Wilder Jr.
    31/12/17
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    "Poor writing"

    I don't know if it is a translation problem that caused it, but repeatedly hearing "now what do we have here," or "let's take a look" was distracting. The story moves slow.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Yair Mayer
    israel
    28/12/17
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    "The adventure continues, and it's grindtastic! "

    The story continues and we go deeper into mirror world along our favorite digger.

    The story continues where the first book left off smoothly that I can't remember the exact point.

    Clueless as to the world rules but much less trusting the book seems to capture feelings of the character that finds itself more comfortable with NPC's than players.

    If you liked the first book you'd love this as well!

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

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