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Apocalypse Tamer: A LitRPG Adventure

Written by: Maxime J. Durand, Void Herald
Narrated by: Jack Voraces
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Publisher's Summary

Basil Bohen was asleep when the System arrived and the world changed....

Dungeons suddenly popped up across the planet, summoning invaders and monsters from alternate realities. Ancient gods slumbering beneath the Earth were woken. And all humans were empowered with Levels and Classes gained by, among other things, killing monsters and other humans.

Only a single instruction was provided by the System: “Whoever reaches Level 100 first shall become Earth’s new Overgod.”

So initiated a worldwide battle royale of epic proportions...which Basil would rather sit out. Choosing the [Tamer] profession, which allows him to speak with his cat, Plato, and other apocalyptic monsters, he'll adopt and train them to fight alongside him and defend his corner of the countryside.

After all, why bother fighting the apocalypse when you can tame it?

Don't miss the start of a new LitRPG series from Maxime J. Durand, best-selling author of Vainqueur the Dragon and The Perfect Run. Full of equal parts action and laughs, this story is a satirical take on the typical LitRPG apocalypse stories blended with elements of Pokémon and Monster Rancher.

About the series: Join Basil as he progresses from level one to 100 all while refusing to play by the rules of the System. Able to recruit monsters to join him with his [Tamer] class, Basil grows a party of unique creatures to keep him company in the end of the world. They'll experience dungeon diving, battles, and building a little slice of forest into a defensible base.

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A new twist on a apocalypse.

Very well written. I enjoyed it from start to finish. I enjoy stories that take place outside north America.
The narration was well done.

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Average at best. Poor main character narration.

I was hoping that this story would be great and be another litrpg that would draw me in for an entire series but it was not. It's just another average apocalypse litrpg that doesn't really do anything too new or interesting to distinguish itself from all the others. I didn't really feel like there was any plot which kinda made me lose interest. Not to mention that the narration of the main character was a bad choice.

Doing an accent for a main character that is potentially hard to understand for some listeners is just plain bad. now I thought the narrator did a good job overall with all the voices and did a good performance overall, I just can't agree with giving the main character a hard to understand accent. it seriously hampered my enjoyment since I had to be actively paying attention to what was being said.

This is one of the few times where I might try and read this story instead of listening to it.

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Alright Story, disappointing Narration

The story is alright, and the system is mildly interesting for a LitRPG. The name of the story is a bit off, but I guess the author was just trying to figure out what to call it and drawing a blank, considering the MC barely focuses on his Tamer class unless someone pushes him to do it, and chooses other things.

The main character is untrusting, and anti-social, he just wants to be left alone and the apocalypse won't let that happen.
I think all the Accents were completely unnecessary. Yes, they're in France, but they're not French people speaking English, they would have all been speaking French. The story is in English, so it's translated. It's like using a Star Trek Universal Translator, everyone sounds like they're native speakers of your language because they're speaking their own language(Which is being Translated for you)... Except Chekov, because he's a Russian trying to speak English badly, if he would have just started speaking Russian, everyone would have heard him speaking English without an accent... because Chekov is an a$$hole.

I do like the parts of the story that shows monster perspectives, though I think in the future I'll just find the actual book instead of an audiobook. The narrator took an average to better than average story, and made it bad.

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