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World Keeper: Birth of a World

World Keeper Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Stephen Bel Davies
Series: World Keeper Series, Book 1
Length: 21 hrs and 10 mins
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Summary

Join Dale Mitchell, your run-of-the-mill truck driver. Until one day, he accidentally runs someone over. Now, through a series of strange and unforeseeable circumstances, he has become anything but normal.

A story of magic, of a history that never was, and of a man trying to go through his day-to-day life while managing the affairs of an entire world. Join Dale Mitchell on his journey.

©2017 Justin Miller (P)2017 Tantor
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Story is good but the narrator voice is cringe worthy

I think the premise for this book is good but I can’t listen to the narrator I have had to stop maybe I’ll just get it on my kindle instead

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Shoot the writer

Story what story biggest load crap I’ve had the miss fortune read don’t give up your day job,

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sleep this book is good for it

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I’ve really enjoyed the book

I’ve really enjoyed the book and like the story and the narrator I can’t wait for the next book in the series

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  • reader
  • 07-05-19

too sexual for my taste

I liked the general concept of the world building but the constant sexual references were too much.

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  • MasterMind
  • 09-06-18

No story

21 hour preque for a short story. A very short story. There is No character development. The interminable reading of game stats is monotonous beyond belief, and without them the story could have been cut down to 16-17 hours.

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  • Lynn
  • 16-08-18

hurts your ears

Story has possibility. Sorry to say I couldn't listen to it. Soft and meek is putting it nicely. And that with a thoughtless start I had to return it.

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  • Silv3r
  • 08-11-17

Lost interest

The MC would say that he wanted one thing but yet he would do the exact opposite. He was very inconsistent. Other then that the story was not what I expected and was very boring for me because the MC did nothing. It felt like he sat there while everyone around him did everything for him.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-03-18

tedious

zero character development, zero story development, no plot, storyline (such as it is) is like watching a youtube video of someone playing simcity. I made it halfway waiting for something to happen but it never did, once and a while a potentially interesting character would be introduced but after a single paragraph they would be lost to the sands of time as the main character fast forwarded the world and you'd never hear about them again.
Honestly, if it wasn't for the exceptional narration i would have given up long ago.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 25-11-18

good but tone down the furry

it was hard to finish this book because the author has a huge furry fetish

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  • Andrew
  • 02-07-18

Why?

I liked your other series but this felt so pointless. The second book just makes me angery at how annoying stupid the main character is. Do nothing because he cant get involved just to kill more halfings?

I wanted to keep listening hoping that you'd do something with the story but now I'm done with two books and just want a refund.

spoiler: CENTAURS KILL HALFINGS WITH THE HELP OF THE MAIN CHARACTER AND HE USES THIS AS A WAY TO MAKE PEACE AND TEACH A LANGUAGE. COULDN'T DO THAT WHEN THE FIGHTS STARTED, JUST NEEDED TO KILL PROPLE? I HOPE YOU KILL THE MAIN CHARACTER AND BURN THE PLANS FOR A FOUTH BOOK.

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  • Kirk
  • 03-11-17

Nonsense<br />

I got the impression that the book was written by a "wannabe" game creator. There's not much story, no depth to the characters, nothing to get behind. It's a post adolescents exercise in RPG stat building. Moreover, it's a blatant rouse to sell sequels, much like so many of today's fiction writers, to make money, they opt for quantity over quantity.

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  • kyle
  • 19-10-17

Needs a different reader

An entertaining book but a reader with a slight lisp makes it very hard to take action scenes seriously.

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  • karen
  • 19-10-17

Yawn

This book is borning yeah there are some good lines but most of the time your fighting to yell at him cause how stupid he is

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