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Eden's Gate: The Omen

A LitRPG Adventure, Book 5
Auteur(s): Edward Brody
Narrateur(s): Pavi Proczko
Durée: 11 h et 53 min
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Audiobook five of the best-selling Eden's Gate series!

After the turmoil in the Arena, Gunnar retreats from Highcastle and attempts to maintain a low profile while the heat regarding Reborns subsides.

Avoiding the human cities, he sets out to unexplored lands with guild mates and a potential new recruit. But when his Great Beast goes missing, a simple quest turns into a troubling chain of events that spawns several unanswered questions.

Why is Sora unresponsive? And why are dragons threatening the inhabitants of Eden's Gate? 

The king’s health may be postponing Dryden’s plans, but Gunnar’s saboteurs might have disturbed something that could be even more devastating than a Bloodletter invasion. 

Can Gunnar mend the thin thread that’s holding the world from falling into chaos, and after more than a month in Eden’s Gate, will he finally cave to the temptations of an elf?

©2018 Edward Brody (P)2019 Edward Brody

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  • Au global
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  • Justin C.
  • 2019-01-22

The main character is such an idiot!

I have rarely experienced a story where I can’t stand the main character (or most of the side characters) but I still want to know what happens next.
Dear author, please smarten up your characters!

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  • wolfman
  • 2019-03-29

Want a story where the MC is BAMF, not this MC.

I've listened to plenty of books (including the other books of this series) and I have never wanted to reach through the pages of a book to slap the speech or outright strangle a MC. Gunner is a spineless idiot and continues to surprise me with his overwhelming stupidity and cowardice. when you're screaming for the MC to grow balls and routing for him to die your story is SHITE!!!

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  • Jeremiah W.
  • 2019-01-20

getting tired of the MC

The MC is a dumbass and not in an endearing way and while the plot is moving along it doesn't feel like it is going anywhere.

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  • Christopher Greene
  • 2019-02-24

Main characters stupidity getting old

I am considering not purchasing and continuing with this series because the main character is such a wimpy, whiny idiot. He doesn't think situations through and worries more about his pain when he is in a video game, rather than what is needed to take the smart actions that would improve his situations.

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  • Jeff Larsen
  • 2019-03-10

I really hate Gunner

I put the book down because the main character is so weak and stupid and makes terrible decisions throughout the book. I'm done with this series. The 2nd half of the book has just made me cringe the whole time.

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  • Michael
  • 2019-03-06

it's getting old

the main character is on a whole other level of annoying at this point refuses to accept his role and predictable actions. personally I'm not q fan of main characters being so whiny... it got old real quick dont see my self purchasing the next book. the series ended here for me.

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  • Deborah Adams
  • 2019-02-16

weak entry into a good series

This book seemed like half of a normal release from this author. Cannot reccomend in good faith

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  • Wesley
  • 2019-01-31

Gunner is really REALLY stupid.

I really like this series, but oh my god is Gunner stupid. Like, pants on head kind of stupid.

I don't really understand how, by book 5, he is this naive about basic concepts like a person's motivation, simple statements of phrase and intent, and other regular concepts that would be something easy to understand in the real world. Yet for some reason, he is absolutely clueless in this game setting, and it's utterly baffling. I mean, characters will make simple, common statements, and he will constantly, and repeatedly respond with "What do you mean? What's going on? What is happening?" Sometimes all in the same statement. I repeatedly let out an exasperated growl, and rolled my eyes while listening to this book, he was so obtuse.

Also, the author's idea of "gamer speak" is absolutely cringeworthy. Nobody speaks like that in real life. Why? Because it sounds stupid. And real humans actually understand that when they speak, which is why you never hear anyone actually speaking like that. So I find it utterly baffling that they would speak like that in the "game" world, simply because it's a game. It's still them in a real interaction, and talking like a normal person. But it's with this brain dead "for shizzle my nizzle! that's a whole snack!" crap, that sounds like an old guy who asked "So what are the kids saying these days with their internet slang?" And just did a google search or something for phrases, without actually considering context, or ironic usage.

The series is good, like I said, and the narrator is great, love him. But, I dunno, the writing has some painful components, that, after 5 books, are starting to seriously drag down the enjoyment of the series. Adding a second character (Jeremy) that behaves almost exactly like Aaron, definitely isn't helping either.

If you enjoyed the previous books, this is more of the same, and it's good. But if the parts that annoyed me, also annoy you, brace yourself because they are still there.

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  • James
  • 2019-02-15

MC goes brain dead to advance plot

The MC makes an incredibly stupid and out of character choice in order to advance the plot. This is likely the last book in this series I'll read.

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  • Chaz R.
  • 2019-02-26

not so sure.

good book, good book, but not great. I really didn't care for Gunner much in this book, he's sort of turning into a prick to put it mildly. Not saying he needs to be an angel, but like I said, he doesn't need to be a orrick prick.

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