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Now on to the story itself. Well, it's not what you think. The title, cover art, and the description (including that little blurb at the bottom of Sexual Themes warning) all lead you to think that this is one of those harem stories where the Main Character ends up sleeping with anywhere from ten to one hundred beautiful and scantily dressed women. This is NOWHERE close to the actual story, which focuses on the growth of the titular Main Character, a Mr. Morningwood, on his continent spanning journey to find things that are shiny, tasty or, hopefully, both. Each of the characters are unique and enjoyable, and the world of this story is well thought out and explained in detail while not giving out all the information within a singular chapter. There might be a few clichés common to the fantasy genre here and there, but the author gives them a unique spin or idea to them that they turn out well. All in all, very well done.
Other then that, there is not much to say. It's a good book. If you are still not convinced, read through the Prologue before you buy, and make your decision based off of that.
Thank you, and have a great day.
No, this is the story of a monster, an amoral being who has no concept of right and wrong, and his monster followers, who likewise play to their natural instincts. While there may be a bit of sexual content, that is only to be expected when a Succubus is involved, and for the most part it wouldn't even get to Rating R for the sexual stuff. But yes, a succubus does engage in casual sex when she can. This is my shocked face.
The main character is a wonderful and delightful character who follows his very basic instincts to murder the everloving hell out of adventurers and take their shinies. This is a tale told from the monster's point of view, where the monster is a monster, and not some reincarnated human, or merely 'misunderstood'. The monster murders because people are tasty, and it avoids getting stabbed with swords because pain is not tasty. Tasty things are good, and one should go after them without reservation. Not Tasty things are bad, and should be avoided, unless you have to go through them to get even Tastier things.
This is the story of a world, rich in background both original and vast, with slight clichés but in a good way. This is a story of consistency, where the rules are established and respected, while being lightly exploited as all rules must. This is the story of characters, who remain true to their motivations and past actions, while growing and advancing on their personal paths throughout.
Neven Iliev, still can't believe that's his name, has crafted a novel with a rock solid foundation. This is but the first part of a greater whole, which I believe to be one of the greatest fantasy series of the modern age. There is humor and horror both in measure, with compelling adventure and interpersonal relationships to stimulate your imagination and always leave you wanting more. Thanks for the tasty book!
This one seems to be controversial. People either love this story or hate it. It’s a story told from the monster's perspective. The monster in this instance being a mimic imitating a treasure chest. Follow his adventures as he lives in his dungeon, kills adventurers, and levels up. There’s lots of sexual innuendo but little actual sexual content which can be found at the 46%, 58%, and 63% marks. In total it’s only really a handful of sentences and is easy to skip over.
For me, it was entertaining to read about a monster leveling up and gaining new skills/powers by munching on some adventurers.
Score: 7 out of 10
The title is fun double entendre that pays dividends throughout the book. I like how the main character does not become more "human" throughout the book and is even joined by other alien but more human alien compatriots which helps to bridge the gap. I consider this a spoiler because it is the very inhumanity of the MC that made this book so interesting for me to read. It was almost like a window into how another species sees the world.
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Entertaining? Every step of the way.
The 2nd installment is equally good and I look forward to the 3rd.