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Territorial growth. Ancient conspiracies. The apocalypse is getting worse.

Rockland Barkclay was saved and pulled into an alternate realm moments before his death. He thought that sacrificing himself would save the Grotto and give them a chance to prosper. He wasn’t expecting to open his eyes, reborn on the altar.

Gaia has ordered the Golems to protect humanity, but their "protection" against the environment is sending humanity to the brink of starvation. Rocky needs to find his family, and his only option is to search through survivors one by one. Every person saved increases the population of the Grotto, but is also another mouth to feed.

After saving thousands and not finding a single familiar face, new intelligence reaches the Grotto: sending Rocky against a challenge that even the King of Apes couldn’t overcome.

©2020 Ryan DeBruyn (P)2020 Mountaindale Press

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MC had his head stuck in ass

great follow up to the last book. the mc does not listen to any advice and basically force everyone in his trail, doesn't acknowledge anything he does as good and has the emotional stability of a chihuahua. so good story, weakening mc, great world building

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Amazing story

Amazing story but a story taking place in Canada using impirial measurements will bother me for the rest of my life.

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one of my favorite books in this genre!

All I can say is more please Good sir. the story really feels like you are experiencing a characters growth and failures and loss. for that I enjoy this book thoroughly.

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  • Will-O
  • 2020-10-19

MC turns into an idiot

The previous books were better, Rocky has never been a genius but all the sudden he’s an emotionally compromised idiot making stupid decision after stupid decision.

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  • Ryan
  • 2020-10-18

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After completing this audiobook I am disappointed. No character growth, no development in the story. The main characters level in ability was stagnated. This audiobook was 11 hours long and only one major story development happened. Everything that took place in book 3 could have be summarize 4 hours tops, with the rest of the time dedicated to expanding the universe. In the series you can pretty much skipped book 3, because you’re just going to hear everything that took place in a prologue in book 4.

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  • 2020-10-17

Emotional and foolish MC

Rocky is emotional and foolish. I hope he gets better and takes charge in the upcoming books.

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  • Scott blackmon
  • 2020-10-25

Edgelord anger..Grow up rocky...

I've seen this in several other books an MC has problems with his anger and while the growth of a character is important edgelording in book 3 is just pathetic. The constant overly emotional reactions of Rocky have made me hate the character and I can't help but think, is this a soapopera or a LITRPG? My biggest frustration is rocky making same mistakes and crying about it over and over. He never learns or grows just more of the same and it takes away from a possibly good story. Rocky makes a promise to himself at the start of the book to be better and it ended with him breaking that promise.

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  • 2020-11-17

Rocky (MC) disappoints

Really enjoyed past books and would have loved this one, But Rocky was so aggressively stupid, insecure, and constantly angry that it ruined him for me (at least for this entry). Mostly it felt out of character give previous books' characterization

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  • Michael Liese
  • 2020-11-14

Not as enjoyable as previous books

Rocky's anger, lack of logical thinking, and crybaby attitude in this book took alot of the enjoyment away from the story. I enjoy this series but i dont see myself relistening to this individual book any time soon. Hopefully the next book is better.

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  • Riley Hayes
  • 2020-10-16

Great continuation

I gave this series a chance on a whim and have thoroughly enjoyed it since. This book adds additional depth to the lore, quests, and world events, leading to a better overall view of this world and its challenges.

What stopped me from giving it 5 stars was that there were multiple times when the MC had a chance for series emotional development between other characters and himself, but it was either dismissed or passed over

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  • Ken Holt
  • 2020-11-02

Welp the wait begins anew.

My only problem with these books is that it they aren’t 20 hours long. I genuinely love this story and the universe around it, I can’t wait for more but I will begrudgingly do so... if I must. Ryan DeBruyn has crafted another amazing edition to the series and I can’t sing his praises enough, except when I finish this review then I guess I’ve declared that enough. Ok that’s enough... till the next book... still reading this review? Go get the book you’ve already read the others presumably so do it already... all the cool kids are reading it in bathrooms and graveyards or wherever they hang out.. prolly home though with all this pandemic and all.

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  • Al
  • 2020-10-29

Extremely Disappointed - Do Better Author!

Okay, I've read all the books so far in this series. The first two were relatively well put together, minimal grammar errors, and the characters grew and developed, and the world became more fleshed out.

SPOILERS!!!

This book...? What the heck? The MC begins by losing his ancestor class, which is a fact that is never delved into at any time throughout the book; it appears to be for the convenience of the author or because the author intends to develop it in later books, maybe, I hope. The main MC constantly beats himself up for his lack of intelligence...in a world where you can boost your intelligence through stat points! He continually admonishes himself as lacking leadership qualities, then becomes jealous because his partner exhibits those qualities, and their citizens would rather talk to her! I would rather talk to her! Unlike him, she is a useful contributor to their group. If I were in this world, I would have murdered the MC by now because of his stupidity. Please don't use the development of enchanting as a somehow justifier for his continued leadership. One breakthrough doesn't negate the lack of empathy that Rocky lacks for his people. Which he continually displays in his selfish desire to secure his family at the cost of all the survivors around him.

The author acknowledges the ball of emotions the MC has within himself. His anger is wound in between them all...and not once throughout the entire book, aside from some vague meditations, does the MC make a concerted effort to sit down and sort through his emotions. Not once does he attempt to improve.

Then, after the conclusion of the final battle, when a responsible leader seeks the status of his people that he drew into an ill-advised conflict, he suffers the possible loss of his family and flips out.

Author, please, I'm begging you, your MC is too stupid to live, and I'm sure he has only survived on the corpses of his friends. Kill him off and make the story about Sela, who is a decent character. The best thing to happen for the people of this book would be to kill off Rocky.

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  • 2020-10-22

Another great addition

Not a lot to say about the book. it continues on the adventure and the attempt to save as many humans as possible and prepare for what is to come. Dungeon delving, a small invasion, a new class, and finally some movement on the relationship! of course Luke Daniels does a stellar job as always as well. if you liked the first ones, you'll like this one!

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