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Dan the Warlord (A Gamelit Harem Fantasy Adventure)

Gold Girls and Glory, Book 4
Written by: Hondo Jinx
Narrated by: Andrea Parsneau
Series: Gold Girls and Glory, Book 4
Length: 11 hrs and 18 mins
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Cut class. Kick ass. Save the frigging world.
 

Dan fought hard to win the throne. He'll need to fight even harder to keep it. 
 

When two armies descend upon the Wildervast, Dan must gather a barbarian horde to defend his lands, his people, and his wives. Meanwhile, an artifact of great power rekindles an ancient conflict within his own fortress. Then, as war rages within and without, the wicked, all-powerful succubus queen threatens to replace Dan's crown with a slave collar. 
 

With staggering challenges, fiery new wives, and everything on the line, Dan the Warlord is the epic conclusion of the Gold, Girls, and Glory series. 
 

Warning: Dan the Warlord is an over-the-top adventure novel intended for listeners 18 and older. It includes explicit sex, graphic violence, a harem of gorgeous ass-kicking girls, an extremely evil artifact, horny monster girls, a horde of foul-mouthed barbarians, and a succubus queen bent on making Dan her pet. Listen at your own risk. 

©2018 Hondo Jinx (P)2019 Hondo Jinx

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  • FinestHops
  • 2019-09-11

awesome

this is the kind of book series where the fact that there are sex scenes and all that doesn't really matter. sure it adds to the world and adds to the mentality that the author is trying to get across but they could be removed in the story would still be good. I like that because a lot of books that are like this where they at in random sex scenes, they feel so hollow an empty when it comes to the story itself. it's almost as though they use those scenes to sell the books and spend all of their creative energy on that.

the difference is that with these books they are written so well. they also have had a fairly quick turn around rate for the Nextbook which is great too because then you don't have to wait too long for the next one comparatively speaking.

I don't really know what else to say when it comes to reviewing the book but I can say that if anyone is reading this and they are a fan of tabletop gaming they will enjoy this type of book because this story reminds me of how I used to play with my friends in the type of stories that we would come across. it would be far less sex and no real harems to speak of but I love the story of going from some average everyday guy to this big awesome badassbut it's not like it was just handed to them. they still had to work their way up. it was just that magic gave them the opportunity to be something more.

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  • Ray Johnson
  • 2019-11-21

An amazing ending!

Hondo Jinx closes the chapter on this series, and he does it with style. As much as I hate to see the series end I think that he did an amazing job on shutting the doors and turning out the lights. I seriously had a Sam Malone moment when Cheers ended, you could see that Sam was where he was meant to be, and that he loved his bar. Dan, also is happy to be where he is, to be with the people he is with, and satisfied that all is finally right in his world.

Truly, I do not know how Jinx pulled this off. There were a lot of plotlines to be tied up, characters to close out arcs, and battles to be fought before the end of the book and yet he does it all quite deftly. At no point did I wonder where he was headed, what was going on, or why something was done.

Now I did have some issues. There was one spot that seemed rushed or too easily handled and that was the ship battle with the one Duke, who had just spent a good amount of time telling Dan just how hardcore he was, and that he was super deadly, only for that whole meeting to kind of get overshadowed by the fight that later followed. To me it was just a touch too easy and too quick, and was necessitated by Dan’s needing to get back to his home because of other battles that were waiting. I would have liked to have seen a bit more of a struggle is all I’m saying.

The resolution between the red elves and the forest elves was neatly resolved, as was the problem with the monster wives. Truth be told, Jinx pretty much closed accounts on every single character that Dan knew, and that is a rare thing. It is something I appreciated as a reader. I also think that jinx managed to make me pity several characters who eventually died through no fault of their own. All I can say is that Artifacts suck.

The ending also manages to leave the door open for more of Dan’ exploits in the future. I would love to see Jinx follow marvel Comics example at some point in the future and pull a King Conan, where Conan is, duh, King and he runs around training his son Conn to take over for him. (add Conn pic here please). I would love to see Dan the Father King, with Dan taking out his menagerie of half monster, elf, and elemental kids. That would be a blast. I don’t need to see more ladies added to the harem, but getting to see Dan struggle with mostly daughters and a son or two, while maintaining a kingdom could be real fun.

Finally, Adrea parenau steals this finale as only she could. Honestly, I’ve been saying for a loooong time that she is the only person I know that would make me want to boink a hobgoblin just because of the voice she used. Here she revives some old voices and from a crazy old wizard to an old gaming companion of Dan’s. Honestly, if you are going to close out a series, then you couldn’t ask for more than what Andrea gives here. It has all the emotion of the MASH final, minus the feared great flush, the levity of Friends, and the gravitas of the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Thankfully, we didn’t get a Newhart surprise at the end. That is all thanks to her incredible vocal work.

Final score? 8.5 stars. This is how you end a series.

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  • Kevin
  • 2019-12-06

Great Finish to a great series

This was the final book in the series, and the author pulled out all stops. Having to face down not one, but two huge armies, battle for domination with an otherworldly beauty, survive an assassination attempt, and get one of the coolest swords in all of fiction. If you’ve enjoyed the first three books in the series, the final one will not disappoint!

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  • Heath L. Doolin
  • 2019-11-25

Good times come to the end

Solid finish to a goofy, lusty adventure of a Barbarian enjoying the fruits of his labor and finally finishing his insane travels. I enjoyed it for what it is...and if you made it this far, you know what it is.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-10-29

Andrea Parsneau and Hondo Jinx are the best.

Every book in this series gets better and better.
And Andrea is in my top 5 narrator list. She is a rare narrator who can do many voices of both sexes equally well. Her range of voices is amazing, most female narrators don't do male voices very well, she does them as well as her female voices.

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  • Jason Schley
  • 2019-10-27

great ending.

This got me right in the feels. It was really exciting interesting and a fun read. I enjoyed the new characters and the wife development. Maybe another book? If not I still felt Happy at the end of this book. Thanks for the Experience.

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  • saul
  • 2019-10-26

great book

titles say it all. the ending was pretty epic. if the writer wanted to end the series here. I think its be fine.

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  • KC
  • 2019-10-01

Gold,Girls and Glory

i liked it a lot and i hope there are more books in the series. Hondo has done an amazing job building characters that are likable, dynamic and a whole lot of crazy. I definitely recommend this author and plan to read whatever he puts out. Andrea Parsneau once again does a fantastic job with the narration.

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  • Dakota Murphy George
  • 2019-09-30

Not sure if it's ended...

Loved the slight 4th wall break and hope that there will be more Dan to come. if not, I shall nonetheless look forward to the next Hondo book to hit Audible.

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  • rene
  • 2019-09-04

Great story

The ending makes the story. This ending left me wanting more, but not in a bad way. The ending wrapped everything up and left me happy, truly happy with how everything went and the journey to get there. I can honestly say that if this is where the story stops I'm happy, but would love more.

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