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- Listening Length: 12 hours and 24 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: March 7, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06VX36NJV
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The Way of the Outcast: Mirror World, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Alexey Osadchuk presents a very well written and translated work. What is a bit a-typical about this series to me is that the author has a very thorough development of the character. Where you might see all of this condensed into one book that is a fraction of the content, Alexey Osadchuk seems to be carefully crafting a well orchestrated series and world. I would like to see the complexity of the series grow, but am sure I will enjoy the reads regardless.
Character Development: A
PvP takes a prominent role in the book, and I am curious how theft of goods is considered just part of a game with no consequences (not even some kind of in game police) even though items generate very real real money and to such an extent that there is a sizable group of people making a living by playing. Can you still call it just a game when people loose several thousends of very real dollars by in game theft (not to mention hours of wasted play time)? Mind you, it serves a good role for the story, just not for the game. Just as with the previous parts it is very much about the single individual against the insanely rich and influential with their faceless goons.
Liked the book and curious about part 4.
I liked this book. I think it continued the story well, but just seemed too short.
Would I recommend this book to a friend? Yes Definitely.
Would I read this again in the future? Yes Definitely.
Would I pre-order the next book without waiting for reviews? maybe, due to shortness. Seems to be a trend with some authors to do serial rather than books.
Readability- 4.5. Well written. Good to excellent word usage. Good wordsmithing. Characters come alive.
Editing 4.5 stars. Very few grammar/editing errors.
Intended audience Young adult to adult.
Worth the price? yes $3.99 to $5.99 range.
Good Continuation, just a little short.Looking forward to the Authors next book..
Pro: The plot progression is done in a believable way, while not boring the reader.
All in all, this book has the feel of train ride stuck on it rails. Should the main character get to the engine room they might have control over the pace, but the path and destination are predetermined.