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The war for control of Hayden’s Knoll begins as a massive army invades the zone. Raytak gathers his forces and marches the legion out to meet the foe. Allies and friends rally to the cause, but will their support be enough to stem the tide? Thousands will clash, and with every swing of his sword and every command given to his army, Raytak is one step closer to remembering those he loves.

Can he protect all that he and his friends have built? Will he finally be reunited with his family?

Find out in Invasion.

©2020 Dean Henegar (P)2020 Dean Henegar

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  • Au global
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  • Phillip
  • 2020-10-15

Fantastic LitRPG

I received a free review copy of this audiobook. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. In it, Raytak has to defend Hayden's Knoll in the war that has been brewing. It was a fitting finale to the series. If you liked the previous books, I recommend listening to this one also. The story has some twists, and effective strategies were employed. The narration was great. The voices for the characters add much to the humor and to my enjoyment of the book. There were happy and sad moments - I think it is good when a book can cause strong emotions. That demonstrates the skill of the author. Certainly, it is one of the best LitRPG series I've had the pleasure to read or listen to.

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  • Au global
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  • Anthony S. Cuomo
  • 2020-11-28

Truly awesome

As a Vet coming from a long family of Vets this series is Great and this book makes me cry every time i listen to it. I love it. Only thing i would say is with such a deep and gravely voice a feminine costar would be kinda nice other wise great work all around.

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  • MJM
  • 2020-11-28

Excellent Finish

Great series. Exceptional job by the author and narrator. Hate to see Limitless Lands end.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-11-28

The good, the bad and the endong

spoiler alert. let me first start with the end. The ending to this book was very emotional and so down to earth. unlike other books this actually tackles some real issues and I am not ashamed to admit that I did cry. illustrating and highlighting the story of how our wounded soldiers are forgotten or how we lose the ones we love due to mental decay was touching and extremely well done. The next portion does detail some very negative things about this book in particular but as a series as well. main character of this story is supposed to be a very intelligent and tactical commander although in my opinion at no point in time in any of the books does he ever show anything more than slight competence. It is also detailed in his backstory that he is some kind of history teacher as well and this knowledge also never really shows. at no point during the book does he ever do something truly clever, unexpected or just mind-blowing. this is the case and other books with characters that are presented as intelligent. one of the main problems I have with authors is inconsistency. what I mean by this is that you present a character over multiple books that I come to know and then have that character do things very out of character. The reason this is done is to progress the story in a certain direction.have written would never do these things. many times the way that the main character dies he's ridiculous and makes him to be an utter idiot which sadly is the case in many books. a few examples that drove me crazy and made me slack on finishing this book are followed: raytac is defending against an army and his main advantage is his defensive position. his entire character is built upon defensive formations as well as buffs and by being in the main city stronghold he has a force multiplier. this is his strength and he raced for days to get to the city on time. as soon as he gets to the city rather than formulating defenses he takes some of his valuable siege engines into a forest where they will be absolutely useless. He takes platoons of soldiers and even though he is not a scout and has no tactics or experience in guerrilla warfare thinks that he can somehow whittle the numbers down which is what his ally already did over the course of 5 days. it's like the author forgot about the magical artifact and wanted to write it in last minute because he uses it in the most idiotic way in the most ridiculous location, barely inflicts any casualties on the enemy gets entire scores of his troops lost including siege engines and there was absolutely no reason for him to do that because Ty The scout expert already did this. He also dies right before his battle starts which is ridiculous because if he didn't respond in time would have left his entire force without a commander. his class is made for delegation and not for personal combat. then to have him killed by a unicorn and a bunny in an event of making a joke that wasn't even 1% funny. really made me struggle finishing this The next example of pushing a book forward with nonsense was zip being pressured with time. The amount of forces that zip had were overwhelming. I completely understand that his army isn't orderly because they are a bunch of demons so them killing each other or being unorganized is totally possible. what is ridiculous however is when he gets a letter from his father that tells him he only has three more days to do the invasion or it's off because people are attacking their home. If the demons one they would have a foothold and all of them could come to the surface but they can't hold off on attacking their own for a few days. instead of making the commander brilliant and win they simply made the villain into an idiot that threw all of his numbers at a fortified enemy because he was on some imaginary timetable. it's the only reason in the world that he would have forced his soldiers down a road full of traps and the only reason why he acted like an absolute moron and got all of his soldiers killed. which is the only reason why the main character wins. literally through no feat of his own. Even the ending fight was very weak, had nothing to do with our main character and was very boring honestly. I'm not saying I don't like the book. It made me laugh, it made me cry and I enjoyed the narration and a lot of the story. many authors struggle with ending a book series and many more use ridiculous story to propel the story forward while ruining their characters. It was well done but could have been much better and honestly I was bored for most of this book.

  • Au global
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  • Gustaf
  • 2020-11-26

An enjoyable end

This bookseries might have ended a bit quickly but it was still a deserved ending for the character and I enjoyed it till the end. I recommend the entire series!

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  • Ricky
  • 2020-11-21

Strong Finish

A nice conclusion to the series. The real world stakes for Raytak continue to be a high point of the books.

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  • Dan
  • 2020-11-21

Hey look, a LitRPG series that is completed!

It's great to see a LitRPG series conclude, meaning, we don't see a lot of those right now. While the author definitely could have strung out this story in so many ways, it's nice to have an ending. You can also tell that the author laid out this conclusion from the beginning, slowly bringing us here in an appropriate pace for both the game storyline, and the real life one. Without trying to spoil anything, I'm glad the ending landed where it did. There are various easier paths the author could have taken, but it's nice to have surprises in the story so you never know how things will turn out. **SPOILER SECTION** A few things about the story that just sat off with me a bit. I'd been waiting for the giants to arrive in the story at some point, since the MC invited them at the end of the 3rd book. It was sad to just have them as what felt like an afterthought. It was like, "oh crap I forgot about the giants! Uh, yeah they weren't able to make it..." I wasn't really expecting them to save the day, but I felt they built on the alliances that were made over time. More on this in a bit. I have the same type of thought with the dungeon. Maybe this was just the way that I thought it would be, but the creatures of the dungeon always had to say that they would come aid the town when in need. I kind of expected this would allow them to come out of the dungeon and join the fight as needed. I didn't expect they would be restricted by the dungeon master's abilities. This, along with the giants, I always felt were part of a bigger thing that they MC was building to over time. Throughout all of the books he was adding allies, friends, and gathering more help. It felt like all of this work would come together in a big way, which didn't end up happening. Sure the dungeon helped a bit, and we got to see past friends like the Shield Bros and the other mercenary force, which worked out well, I guess just wasn't how I was imagining it. Another thing that just felt odd was the lack of other player activity. I understand that only a certain amount were able to join the quest itself, but in a game, there would be a mob of players there to help defend the town. There was literally zero mention of any other players outside the main force. That just kind of felt odd. **END SPOILER SECTION** Overall I really enjoyed the series, it was laid out very nicely from start to finish. It sounds like it was left open to explore other characters in Limitless Lands, which could be interesting. For example, what ended up happening with Narboss? Jack Voraces did a great job again finishing up the story, I will look for other works he has done.

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  • Casey
  • 2020-11-17

That ending!

The fact that this whole series kept the feel LitRPG without diving into specific stats is so underrated. It helps not get bogged down by state walls like some others do. All the while it delivers a unique class option. I'm not gonna lie, I'm sad to have finished the Raytak saga.

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  • Mark
  • 2020-11-15

A good ending

So it’s been a long long time since a book got me to tears. The story might be simple in place and the character are some time boring but the whole series was great. Growing up in a military family since my grandfather and currently serving myself it capture a really good mind set of a military member. From being young and a stupid recruit, to a season military officer, to a retired vet that is at his end. How many of us face the unknown with a firm jaw and march forward. Thank for making this story!

  • Au global
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  • Extront
  • 2020-11-06

Good series, but seems a rushed end.

This was really good series of books, the ending seemed kinda forced and quick though. My opinion is the author should of explored the end a little more showing what the results of the war were and what raytak's legacy would be. what happened to his legion, how did the war with gnarboss end, did zips imp clan die off after being invaded by the others, did sirene obediently go back to the dungeon after the fight, did he ever play with his son in game, so many unanswered questions that are passed over.