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Hunter Bragg has one Doomsday under his belt, but he’s nowhere near done.

Along with his impregnated Scavenger mate, Natalie, Hunter travels to yet another dimension, but this one is drastically different.

For one, it’s set in the future, and two, this dimension’s Doomsday hasn’t happened yet.

Their mission? Destroy the evil AI that is set to take over the world.

But before Hunter can actually save this world, he has to find the next Wayfarer, impregnate her, and add her to his harem.

And the clock is ticking.

©2020 Eric Vall (P)2020 Eric Vall

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  • Jaycobb
  • 2020-08-26

I usually love Mr. Vall’s Work

The first book in the series was good, it was a solid twist/combo on the zombie and nuclear apocalypse. The second... well to start (spoilers) it’s basically an Homage on The Terminator, it’s not bad but it is vary blatant and obvious. My real problem, all the convenient plot armor. Convenient things happened in the first book as well but they felt natural, a part of the whole ‘split arrow’ theory, like someone was watching out for them. But this is just plot armor, it worked out because... plot, it happens that way because... plot. I know Hunter isn’t supposed to be a pro on infiltration, or exceptionally smart, but you’re think he’d pick up a few thing from all the movies and video games he supposedly seen/played. Seriously WTF their trying to blend in but all they manage is to make a spectacle of themselves, Hunter basically walks around with his foot in his mouth, and Natalie seems to think Subtlety is a kind of cheese. If not for their Indestructible plot armor they’d be dead in the first half. The ‘suspension of disbelief’ can only cover so much. I like Eric Valls work, some... ok most of my favorite series are His works. but stuff like this makes it hard to keep listening some times, and just in his work, I’ve listened to a few that pushed it just as if not further. And I hope this is seen as Constructive criticism, and not just me complaining.

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  • The Transducer
  • 2020-10-17

I like it.

Amazing narrators. I personally love having male and female voice. If they want to improve the experience any further, I hope they add sound effects in the future. I cant name the most memorable moments but a I laughed out loud several times. I hope the author has a part 3 planned in the future. He laid out a lot of rules and ideas. Every dimension cant just have female wayfarers or how would you explain that dimension 1 has a male wayfarer. Also, now that rules have been established, I think the author needs to explore what happens to characters when rules are broken. What happens when a character is transported back to dimension 1 without impregnation? How does a male character get bonded to MC? The rules establish that the MC can hop as he pleases, could he accidentally fail and hop back in time and avoid himself to try to save it again, or could he use that to his advantage to keep an enemy distracted with his past self so he can try something else?

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  • Jack smack
  • 2020-08-18

fantastic

this was a fun adventure. the characters are interesting and the world building is amazing. I love the dimension hoping aspect, as that will insure a new adventure every time.

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  • Holden
  • 2020-08-18

underwhelming

the flow seemed off to me for some reason. still a great apocalypse story. maybe im just not a fan of the world subjugating conglomerate.

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  • Smaugfrost
  • 2020-08-14

Excellent addition to Doomsday Hunter!

Best book in series so far! Love the new girl and the cover art is fantastic!