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Reincarnated into another realm, Lenostrus finds himself in the middle of an ancient battle. A new god in a foreign land, his designation the lost, and the hidden. His true abilities lie dormant; he finds himself easy prey of a ruthless enemy pantheon. Walk with him and his comrades as they travel the land, becoming stronger with each battle fought. 

Dungeon brawls, enemy gods, and a story that spans the nameless planes of a forgotten realm. Bear witness to a new kind of tale where different series heroes paths entwine, rising together to face their enemies!

©2020 Jon Ryer Davis (P)2020 Jon Ryer Davis

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  • Cory
  • 28-09-20

An author with a smart plan

S the author has stated these books will connect to other adventures which is a sprite thing Has some interesting points When he choose this coming to this world and what he chooses as a gift for the way he lived his life shows a to karmic system at work can't wait for the next one to come out on audible it should be interesting to see how they connect and if they connect in the other series no way that's mean of what meaningful

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  • Devon Sall
  • 25-09-20

LOVED IT!

Super stoked to see another book from J.R Davis after reading his last book (hunters dream online) I Downloaded this book for some entertainment while on the job and let me tell you it did not disappoint. Great characters, character synergy and better party banter with descriptive battle scenes it was easy to loose track of time listening. David Reiners narration was fantastic wonderful versatility in his voices and characters.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-09-20

A good start with some stumbling.

First and foremost over all this is a good book worth your money if you enjoy Fantasy adventure. It was well paced had loveable characters that you grow to care for and a strong enough hook that you want to see where it will go. Now for the flaws there are two that bug me greatly. First we are told the Mc died a few months after his wife did when he was in his 80's yet he acts like a 20 something year old who doesn't have a life filled with experiences witch far enough somepeople never grow up but not once did he ask about his wife when he was face to face with the boatman, aka THE GUY who would know what happened to her SOUL. Second we are told he is a god of lost things and is the vail piercer so you would think that he can see threw Illusions darkness and the like while hiding from those who seek to harm him alongwith standard godly things. yea no dude can't see threw fog and EVERYOTHER GOD just knows where he is pretty much always with no reason given. The only godly thing he does is sees the mana flow of spells, kinda cool, answer prayersand heal kinda fast even his stats are only slightly above average if you average his stats out because A GOD HAS STATS BELOW BASE 10 unless the base is lower then 10. All in all if you wanna have a listen with a fun cast of characters and very interesting premise pick this book up it has it flaws but what doesn't.

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