- File Size: 2010 KB
- Print Length: 438 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 21, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07WN6FM9N
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,706 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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That being said, for some reason I've read all three. For some reason I still found it fun, funny, and interesting in spite of it's many, many, many glaring flaws. I actually hate myself a little bit for not putting it down in disgust and not being able to just fry the work in a review.
This is a cultivation LitRPG. It is not a serous cultivation book. I found it light hearted and fun-fun-fun!
This series has been the best books I have read for the last two years. I have 600 Audibles and over double that kindle books. I read a bit. I review when a book has touched me- good or bad. Feel free to check my other reviews, if they help you decide please click the "Like" button. Thanks!
Yes, I love this book! Just as good as the written word is the Narration. I must say this is the best fit of the written word into audio...of the narrator 'becoming' the protagonist that I have ever known. I have purchased each book but then waited till Audible had them to read and listen because the narration is JUST THAT GOOD. I will be looking into other works by Pavi Proczko.
This series is not just Action-Adventure, Comedy, LitRPG, Fantasy or Science Fiction it is significantly all those genres!! Yes, after careful thought I absolutely put this into science fiction genre too. The writer puts almost more science into it than I could understand; and I finished college. There were some concepts that went over my head, but at the same time I did not feel I was missing out too much. It is like Easter eggs the author has installed all throughout the books. (this just added to the fun) He spends a great amount of time describing events in detail instead of just saying, "Sally had yellow hair." He may say, " Sally's hair resembled a wheat field just before harvest." IF you had ever seen a wheat field in August you could picture the color of her hair. If you hadn't you still get an idea of what was said and do not feel you missed too much. So for all the people out there that have more on the ball intellectually, you will get more out of the books but those that don't, like me, lol, may not but we get the general idea and still we very much enjoy the story. I suspect I missed a lot of humor due to ignorance but I certainly got enough to make it worth my while to already be planning another read/listen starting from the first book. This also makes it fun to check with other people to see if they understood a certain Easter Egg as you did! Fun, all through the series.
If you are thinking about this book---Oh! you are so lucky to have a great series in your future. I paid full price for my books and audios and do not know the author or narrator in any way. However, I now support them in any way I can that might get more Dao of Magic out in the world.
The plot is not tightly written. The protagonist does a lot of...hmmm.. wandering around. But he provides enough entertainment that I was not ever bored!! Each book moved the plot along, some more than others, but every single one is now a treasure to me. I plan to purchase the hard copy for my book shelf and I have not even done that with my all time favorite series, about Harry Dresden written by Butcher.
Again, treat yourself to the narrated version if you can. It is the Book Of The Year for me!
I get annoyed at the nonchalance and lackadaisical protagonist and the audacious and idiotic nature of his supposed students as well as some of the solidified ideologies behind the cultivation system and some other minor issues.