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Summary

The country of Nia has fallen to the Ancients and circumstances are grim for the humans. Kaiyer must return to the broken castle to save his friends, reconcile his past, and find a way to break the hold that the enemy agents have over the country.

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Michael-Scott Earle (P)2018 Tantor

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Sucked me in

I listen to books at work and my shift just kept ending like no time had passed not many books do that same with the first book

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Excellent Addition

Any additional comments?

I recommend listening to the female sections at x1.25 speed. I'm not familiar with Xe Sands pace but I found a speed adjustment made for a more enjoyable experience.

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  • Larry Klutzke
  • 20-05-18

Like the series but the porn is overdone

Like the series but there is a mysterious jump nearer the end of this second book of the series where he doesn't remember anything then it turns into a cheap porn book for a couple of chapters before getting back to the story to end the book. This author tends to put a lot of sex in his books which doesn't bother me but holy cow this is overdone for a chapter or 2. Third book picks up the story again and is very enjoyable.

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  • Joshua
  • 02-04-18

good and bad

alot of ppl dont like these books but i find them entertaining. yes the sex scenes are long and awkward and i usually end up clicking the skip 30 sec button several times. however the story is original and there's a few plot twists that keep u intrigued. The only two real complaints i have are how he drags out the points ur waiting for, like kaiair and nadea meeting, and the ending of this book. ...youll see. but yea other than that it is pretty interesting

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  • Keith
  • 12-07-18

The wrong kind of "fantasy"

The book should have been classified under "sexual fantasy." I wish I would have read the reviews before wasting a credit on this book. The graphic sex was so over the top and senseless that I gave up pretty early on. I am not a prude but graphic gratuitous lengthy sex scenes is just not why I listen to fantasy novels. Very frustrating.

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  • kagan w
  • 24-06-18

please refund my credit

first book the mc only wanted to get laid & then this book he gets sick when two elves hit on him... ya kinda stupid. was let down with how much the story jumped around baiting you to drag this story out. the mc is a nearly demigod status but mentally and emotionally I'd say that he's on the same level as a child. it was very tiring waiting for the author to catch up with all the background information that he seems to enjoy dragging the living shit out of it.

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  • Carlos
  • 22-04-18

I did NOT like the female narrator Sands

Collins (male narrator) was intense, passionate and true immersed you into the story... In stark contrast, Sands (female narrator), unusual speaking cadence by constantly speeding up and slowing down coupled with her whiny mumbling voice DROVE ME CRAZY! In fact, i contemplated not purchasing in next book in the series because she is also sharing narrator duties...luckly tge story is too interesting.

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  • richie edmonds jr
  • 07-03-18

this book is everywhere

first 2 narrators the female absolutely sucks, then just to many memories, if book 3 has 2 narrators I want even listen.

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  • norm
  • 04-03-18

Disappointing

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

People who likes dark fantasy with sex scenes that have no place in the story. its worse in this one then the first. I don't care for the main character all that much either. Nadea was the most likable character out of this cast. The world is interesting, and there are plenty of good characters on the villain and hero side just not Kaiyer. Hes the only character I have a problem with. I do feel about a third of the book could have been cut and it would have been better. The author seems obsessed with graphic sex and focus on it constantly. It feels like he wants to right a porn more then anything else and doesn't seem to understand that people aren't constantly horny like all the time.

Has The Destroyer turned you off from other books in this genre?

It has not. just not from this author I think.

What about Xe Sands and Kevin T. Collins ’s performance did you like?

Good voice acting. They help immerse me in the story the only time I became un invested, was from all the graphic porn and description of how horny everyone was. Which wasn't there fault it was the author. Wish to hear them do other books in the future the both of them.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointment merely cause the story was interesting just needed a good editor to fix it and cut the fat off. like again all the sex, and a few other things.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 10-08-18

Meh

Earle can't seem to break away from using the same annoying tropes I encountered in book 1: follow along with some struggling character only to have them die at the end, sex scenes out of nowhere and with partners that make little sense, pull some random crisis out of nothing to create a finale, main character is huge mary sue who conveniently remembers or forgets things to drive the plot. Worldbuilding is decent and action scenes are well done for the most part. Male Narrator is fine but Xi sounds bored doing any of the action sequences.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-07-18

Drawn in!

I read so many reviews on this series and most of them said nothing but bad things. I am so glad that I never go by other people opinions. I LOVE this series! Very entertaining and feeds my passion for SiFi Fantasy Romance!

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  • S. Johnson
  • 19-05-18

Xe mumbles too much and too much embellishment

I kept going with this book because I want to know what happens but a lot of time could be cut by taking out a lot of the over the top descriptions. I got bored and just zoned out during some stuff and didn't miss a thing. Also, the female narrator mumbles so much I could barely hear what she was saying.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful