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Life Reset: Hobnobbing

New Era Online Book 3
Auteur(s): Shemer Kuznits
Série: New Era Online, Livre 3
Durée: 15 h et 23 min
4,8 out of 5 stars (113 évaluations)

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Description

Having survived the first wave of invading players, Oren now seeks to strengthen his clan. With the Breeder's Den destroyed and most of Goblin's Gorge's resources devoted to rebuilding, his best hope lies in creating an army of golems. But for that, he needs Viridium, a rare metal that can only be obtained from hobgoblin towns, where Oren and his clan of goblins are viewed as nothing more than potential slaves. To make his way in the game, and to defeat his former guild, Oren's ingenuity alone will not be enough. He will need to conquer his deepest fears and tap into his inner monster.  

The Soundbooth Theater team for this production:     

Jeff Hays - Narration, Music, Sound Design   

Laurie Catherine Winkel - Raystia, Yulli   

Annie Ellicott - Misa, Lolo, Duladeen   

Dalton Lynne - Proofing, Editing   

Ahmed Mahmoud - Production, Editing, Mastering, Music, Sound Design

©2019 Shemer Kuznits (P)2019 Shemer Kuznits

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finally!!! oh thank God!!

I dont even need to listen to it to know it's good this is a great litrpg series! time to dig in peeps much love! I will update with a proper review in 1 day I'm about to binge it wow talk about cliff hanger! 😂😂 the sound effects were on point as expected from Jeff hays 5 stars across the map amazing book! hurry with the next one! Wait there will be a next one right? Some how it doesn't feel like this story is done too many loose ends I fully expect another one if not...ahh well it was a good ride.

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  • Au global
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  • Fox
  • 2020-04-23

Can’t Wait for Part 4

The ending came too soon, I want more plez absolutely loved this series however kept me company at work, excited for what lies ahead.

  • Au global
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Can’t wait for the next book

This book entrenches us in another facet of dynamics of the world that gave me another vision of the possible interactions with the locals. The climactic final battle is one that kept me on my feet and guessing. The finale opens a lot of possibilities of continuation.

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predictable maybe fun yes.

I liked the story. Orens actions are pretty predictable and the majority of the story plays out as a power fantasy. also Vic is a asshole.... 😁

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awesome

Thoroughly enjoyed this one. I have been listening to alot of litrpg audiobooks lately and this one did not disappoint.

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A fantastic addition to the series!

My favourite in the series, so far! Lots of fun. New locations without leaving the trest behind. Great development and resolution!(?)

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Still enjoying

If you like the last two books you will still like this one. Usually don't like multiple narrators but I didn't mind it this time. The music and sound effects are a nice touch but the voice quality varied in quality at moments, think it was just post cut edits.

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A bit desappointed

The end is just weird, I was expecting too much maybe, all of that to get a one side fight

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  • Fox
  • 2020-01-15

READ THIS FIRST

If you've read through more than 5 reviews then you probably noticed the extremes. people loved or hated. I held off on getting this book for that reason but I'm not really disappointed in pulling the trigger. I think I know why people hated it so to explain, STORY: The 3rd book goes deeper into the RPG side of the story. the people who hated it for the story most likely are not into rpg games that much I assume. Just like RPG games theres a Main quest or goal and there is 100s of side quest. some side guest further your progress towards your main Quest. This book is exactly that, A side quest that when complete, will get him to where he needs to be. Seems like a dumb and unnecessary quest BUT not all quest can be life changers. The problem here is it wasnt really explained what he was after or why until much later and in the end it seems like a whole lot of effort for something not super important. an entire books worth to be exact. the ending did feel a bit abrupt and not at all in the direction you thought it would but that could be a good thing. Narrative; For some AWFUL reason, they decided to go heavy in the YA side and add oddly placed sound effects and theme music. annoying. I like having multiple readers but that's it. quality starts off subpar but picks up after a chapter or 2 bit sound effects are random and throughout. stupid. All in all it's still worth listening to if you liked the 1st 2 books. If there is a 4th, I'm clueless as to where it's going but I want to find out so obviously the book did its job and keep me engaged.

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  • Au global
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  • Steven B. Fleming
  • 2019-10-05

A broken ending to a brilliant series

Up until this book I would say this series was one of my favorite litrpgs of all time. Definitely in the top 5 which is saying a lot based on how many litrpgs I've read so far. There was just so much to like about it - the style, the prose, the battles, the systems, the dialog, the overall story, the village build up, etc. If litrpgs were ranked like games I would put the first two books at the AAA game level. Which makes me wonder what the hell happened with this 3rd book. Warning: spoilers ahead... At first glance, it would seem like this book simply was another in the series where the main character is still trying to build out his village and get stronger in order to gain this Tier 4 boss rank and ultimately escape the game. In that regard his side quest to another city in order to gain access to veridium to make golems and build out his village makes sense. It's all part of the continued strategy that has been a constant theme (and a great one) in the first two books. So I didn't mind his side journey. It was still entertaining to me. Also, the parallel story of taking the fight to the enemy before they can regroup and come in force while the village is still recovering made sense too, A surprise strike back at the guild would have been a great finale of the book, assuming they only did enough damage to stop them for a little bit. And that would have been at great ending to the book in the end: the main character gets his trade route, the village gets stronger, he cripples the enemy and buys himself some more time in order to keep growing and stay consistent with the goals and theme that was established in the first two books. Yet for whatever reason the author simply decided to tank all of that and choose a totally different ending and finale, cutting major threads that have been highly anticipated from the start. Wtf? Honestly I can't figure out why. The best I can reason is those parts about the world ending and Shiva being created was supposed to be from a book later on in the series, a final conclusion to everything. It was supposed to be written AFTER the character finally attained Tier 4 and AFTER Nihilator had been released, two things I was eagerly hoping to see happen. The sudden cutting of those two main threads was jarring. I can think of no reason to kill them other than the author simply didn't want to write anymore about it and so just hacked on that totally alternate ending path from the final book. And sadly it DOESN'T WORK. Yes, there has been the side goal of Vick to replace the main AI, but it was very easy to see that was something that was supposed to happen FAR into the future of the series, not suddenly rushed into being in this installment. Unfortunately by doing so the author leaves a very empty hole, and the disappointment at the lost potential of what could have been and what should have been. I don't know if there will be another book where Orrin goes back into the game and perhaps completes those objectives, it did seem as if the author sort of left it open, but even if he did it wouldn't really matter since the original reasons for those objectives are now gone. I can only hope this series might be salvaged with further books, but for me this installment has made me change my opinion from having it as an essential litrpg that any fan put on their must read list, to only a slightly recommended litrpg with two great first books but ultimately a broken series.

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  • Au global
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  • Thomas Kay
  • 2019-10-02

excellent storyline

you know I have listened to other lit RPG books and many start to go downhill this is not one of them. the narration performance and story is consistent and keeps on growing I especially like how the environment keeps on expanding in the author is growing this interesting world and the interesting perception of the protagonist. many books such as chaos seed also gloss over what happens to the real body in the real world this book addresses it head-on I love this book I think it is a welcome addition and recommend anyone this trilogy. I also like the hints at the end of the book that will lead into a fourth book. great job

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  • Christopher
  • 2019-06-19

Strange ending to the trilogy

This book does fall off relative to the other 2 in the series. As a LitRPG style book, it follows many of the conventions of this genre, and indeed the world established continues from the other 2 in the series. Without trying to give too much away, I'll try and detail out some of the issues as to why this book has gotten so many negative reviews as compared to the other 2, though you may infer some heavily hinted at spoilers from this review, if not directly outlined.... First off, there is the whole "quest line" as described at the end of book 2- the MC takes a trip to a hobgoblin city to establish a trade route, to eventually try to be able to see the ultimate expression of his sphere golem creations. This whole thing feels little more than a side quest, but fully takes up roughly 2/3rds of the book- it's considerably more tedious and less interesting without the stakes that were in the other 2 books. It's not completely horrible, but it just doesn't hold your interest. Eventually, the "dread totem" continues to build and plan for the betterment of his people and his eventual revenge against his old guild, the "manapulators" in the last part of the book, which is much like the storyline from other 2 books had been headed. Second, the last big battle in this book is accompanied by a great amount of expanded sound effects, and even a game themed soundtrack that plays alongside the narration during the battle. It's ridiculous and annoying, subtracting from the overall enjoyment of the audio performance as opposed to adding to it (IMHO)- it's just too "over the top". Lastly, the apparent conclusion to the series wrapped up in the final 2 hours of the book. The V.i. storyline comes to fruition, and the whole plot line of the 3 books takes a radical shift into a new direction. The characters that you invested in over the 3 books are not well wrapped up in terms of their story arc, to the point that you wonder if this really is the end of the trilogy or not. If it is, then it's extremely unsatisfying, as I don't think anyone (with the exception of Vic) winds up with a fully resolved conclusion. I suspect that we'll get a 4th book in the series perhaps, as this just does not feel like a satisfying ending, but that will be completely up to the author. Exactly what he has planned for this world and these characters from here out (if anything) is anyone's guess.

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  • Jackson
  • 2019-08-30

Good series that falls apart spectacularly

I really enjoyed reading/listening to these books, so it became that much more disappointing by the utter garbage that was an ending. I’m not sure how it can even be redeemed in a 4th book outside of telling everyone to pretend the ending of the third book was a bad totem dream.

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  • Kaz
  • 2019-06-05

Great series, good book, ahhh ending

So big fan of this series and of the length of the first two books. Characters are entertaining and joyful. It’s a pleasant read and they did a great job enhancement the music and with the extra readers. Throughly entertained. The book was great till last 35ish minuets then felt rushed. Definitely could of extended the series and done it true justice. I look forward to listening to whatever new work the author has planned. As I said great listen, great series, good books.

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  • Ray Johnson
  • 2020-02-26

More Reset please

I must say that I was slightly surprised that this book ended the series. I literally had no idea going in that this would be the last novel, and while I am glad that I got some closure I am sad to see it end. This is a damn good series and I am going to miss it. Want to know what shocked me was how long the first two books are in comparison to the wrap up. Thankfully, this does not feel truncated, and it doesn’t end all in a flowery garden. In fact, I kept thinking that there was more to come as the book went on. IN fact, I wondered several times how anything was going to be resolved since the other books were over 24 hours in length. Needless to say, Kuznits pulls it off plausibly and entertainingly. Sadly, aside from some liberties taken with a certain shadow, no torture takes place in this book. The story is set, for the most part in a Hobgoblin city that isn’t too kind to non-hobs and outsiders are treated with less than a modicum of respect. Oren and his team need to establish a trade route in order to help his village survive the upcoming storm of players and along the way we get arena fights, backstabbed deals, some new friends, and a conclusion to the Guy vs the world saga that has been going on since book one. I won’t say who wins. I have to say that I like that the series did not end on a super happy note and that there were still some questions that needed answered, as it does leave a door open for further novels in the future. The ending, for what happens with the MC is pretty realistic, and in a gritty series where he kept pushing boundaries I’m surprised he didn’t end up pushing daisies instead. My only complaint is that this book seems like it was rushed to the finish line. Honestly, I was expecting something along the line of maybe 7 books, and that for some reason about midway through Shemer decided he’d had enough and just started wrapping up plot points. Aside from that the book is pretty good. 8.2 stars for a strong finale, coulda been more but there were several things that we readers wanted to know, but never got the answers to.

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  • Trina
  • 2019-11-05

Don't Let The Negative Reviews Stop You!!

This 3rd book in the set is an absolutely amazing piece. It just like the many game worlds it is based off of has a mixture of everything and as such not everything is pure combat but what combat there is, is extremely well done. The ending is fantastic and without giving spoilers, it receives far more hate than it deserves.

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  • vince mora III
  • 2019-10-02

great story

easy to visualize the story and the battles with great detail but not so much that it dulls the story

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-07-21

did not like the ending. Seemed abrupt and rushed

did not like the ending. Seemed abrupt and rushed and choices characters made were illogical

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