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Arcane Kingdom Online: Dark Magic

LitRPG Adventure Series, Book 2
Written by: Jakob Tanner
Narrated by: Ryan Burke
Length: 7 hrs and 6 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Nowhere is safe: online or off.  

The ZERO virus continues its spread across the globe. For Clay Hopewell and his friends, this spells more danger than ever before.  

Digitally reincarnated into the world's most powerful online video game, Clay must now find out what's happening on the outside to save those living in his world. On top of this, he's been pushed into a quest by a young paranoid king, nations are preparing for war, and a malevolent glitch continues its path of destruction.  

Even with the help of his sword-slinging girlfriend and thieving best bud, dark forces swirl in the background, hoping to transform the fantasy world they now call home into a digital hell.  

Your next quest starts now.

©2019 Jakob Tanner (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-05-19

Wish the main character died.

The protagonist was horrible. every else was great. wished the protagonist dead the entire book.

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  • Justin
  • 28-05-19

Not bad.

Never hooked me. There narration was done well and the story was interesting a times. I'm also comparing it to all the other books I've listened to this would be the top 200 at least.

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  • Alex
  • 22-05-20

I wanted to rate it lower, but didn't

This book didn't know what it wanted to be. There were some truly horrific things that happened that the mc glossed over and when he did focus on some heavy topics it felt like he was just paying lip service.

In addition, despite supposedly being a gamer he seems to know little about actually gaming. feeling lied to is a pet peeve of mine and makes me want to instantly give a 1 star review, but logic prevailed and I have to admit it isn't that bad, it just isn't that good either.

If you can gloss over such things it could be worth it. I'll likely read the third book as I tend to give series three chances, but the first was hard and I frankly disliked this one so we will see.