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Publisher's Summary

Elaine is ripped from this world to Pallos, a land of unlimited possibilities made real by a grand system governing classes, skills, and magic.

An ideal society? What is this, a fantasy novel?

Adventures? Right this way!

A grand quest? Nah.

Friends and loot? Heck yes!

Humans are the top dog? Nope; dinosaur food.

Healing and fighting? Well, everything is trying to eat her.

Join Elaine as she travels around Pallos, discovering all the wonders and mysteries of the world, trying to find a place where she belongs, hunting those elusive mangos, all while the ominous Dragoneye Moons watch her every move....

©2021 Selkie Myth (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • Ryan
  • 28-05-21

Reincarnation,- Common Sense from that Prior Life

First, I love LitRPG. It's why I got this book. Second, I love reincarnation fantasy. This was, on the surface, going to be the best of both worlds. The problem with the actual book is, it doesn't seem to be either.

Yes, the world of the book and the people in it live with some "System". And yes, the main character dies and reincarnates into this new world. But at no point do these things actually matter, at least before I gave up a few hours before the end of the book(minor spoilers ahead).

First, the LitRPG elements. The characters do have stats. Speed, Strength, Dexterity, Vitality, etc. But these stats don't seem to DO anything. At one point, despite not investing any points into strength whatsoever, the main character is still able to lift a boy over her shoulders at 14 and run out of a burning house. She just *wanted* to be able to, so she could despite her abysmal physical stats.

The leveling doesn't make sense either. Besides there not actually being anything like experience points(skills and classes seems to level arbitrarily), the levels for skills don't seem to make much of a difference. With Running at Level 1, the main character wasn't allowed in the "fast lane" for people with high movement speed. With Running at Level 60... the main character is still too slow to be in the fast lane. Didn't make any sense. Same for the other skills, the levels didn't seem to have any effect whatsoever, and the author doesn't describe increased effects either.

Lastly, despite being reincarnated with her teenage memories mostly intact, the main character acts like a regular child in her new life. Playing with other children her age. Throwing tantrums, making rash decisions, and just being completely unaware of her situation. It didn't make any sense. There was no reason to make this a reincarnation fantasy if her prior life didn't actually carry through into the new one.

With all that being said, it's a fine performance if you're desperate for something to listen to. Just hope this review allows someone to go into it with eyes open

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  • Ryan
  • 26-07-21

Great rebirth Isekai LitRPG

This book really takes a unique approach when it comes to coming back with your memories intact as a baby, and I think it worked really well and addressed a number of issues with that trope! I especially liked how immature the MC is at a young age because maturity is related to brain development as well as memories. I felt the particular way the author went about the setting/premise made for a fantastic start, and I can't wait to listen to the 3rd book when it comes out (immediately listened to the second book after the first, and listened to both pretty much straight through).

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  • Rage
  • 16-05-21

really enjoyed this one.

to keep this short, it was a fun story with a decent level of realism that allow my suspension of disbelief to easily take and made me want to hear more. The timeline kills me in alot of stories, to much happening to fast or outside even mild rational pacing, but not here. the timeline feels organic and considered.

the narrator did an excellent job balancing the behaviors and gave enough inflection that the MCs differnt stages felt real.

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  • Kittycatzrule
  • 09-09-21

amateurish writing

The author needs to brush up on some of the principles of storytelling.

The author heavily relies on expositional monologue to impart information which isn't even plot relevant. The worst offender being the System Day, a very long scene which could have been reduced down to the very last part where they girls were forced to leave showing how woman are treated badly.

The story overall is meandering and lacks coherent direction. The MC doesn't do anything, they simply react to things happening around them.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-06-21

awesome story

This a great story. The mc start at young age to learn her skills like in fallout 3 game. This very interested story. I hope book 2 and 3 soon.

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  • ahmadkiam
  • 21-05-21

The story and characters are so good.

But why are skill levels are written level by level, I can understand not wanting a short story but its just too much. I hope that Book 2 will not have them as much.

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  • A. Montero
  • 18-05-21

Like watching someone else play an RPG videogame

like RPGs the book goes thru a tutorial/intro. Bit dull but necessary. eventually the story picks up and becomes a good adventure.

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  • Matthew Andrews
  • 29-08-21

Very childish MC

Couldn’t get past chapter 10. With a supposed reincarnated MC that’s has lived for about 25+ years at this point she behaves very erratic and childish, which at this point she is still 8. But what’s the point of the whole reincarnation plot if she’s going to behave like the child she is?

All in all very irritating point of view from the main character which prevents some of the more interesting world building come to light.