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Freshly respawned.  

Far from home.  

All alone.  

Up until now, Montana's journey really only went one direction: up. But now he's back at square one, stuck on top of a mountain with only the most basic gear to help get him back to Coggeshall. It's going to be a long walk.  

But not a boring one.  

In one of LitRPG's most legendary medieval fantasy road trips (and also possibly the only one), Montana encounters a pack of just-this-side-of-feral wolf people; a town straight out of the Wild West - complete with heavy-handed sheriff; a lion desperately trying to take down a colossal fish monster; ancient cursed ruins; and a giant flying frog.  

Eastbound and Town is an epic story full of combat, loot, and achievements. You better believe Montana is loaded up and truckin' and gonna do what they say can't be done.

©2020 Eric Ugland (P)2020 Tantor

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Excellent as always!

This is my favourite LITRPG series out there and I always love finding out what Montana of Cogs Hall is up to next! This book definitely isn't as storyline progressive as the last few, but it's a great filler for the next big thing to happen. It is setting up a few finale type events and it's awesome seeing Montana interact more with the community he's building! Excited to see what happens with the egg as well!!

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  • William
  • 2020-09-24

TOO DAMN SHORT!

I am absolutely in love with both this series and its co-series (Bad Guys). I read the books immediately after they release and drop all other audiobooks to binge these when ever a new one is available. The story is great and the dialogue is perfect...however the biggest flaw of EVERY single one of these books is that they are WAY TOO SHORT!..plz plz plz Eric, when your final books in these two series are released the audiobooks NEED to be more then 8hrs. 12 would be nice, 16-20 would be perfect.
Other then that I can't recommend this book and series enough.

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  • Michael
  • 2020-09-23

So good

I love this series, every bit of it. I will say that while a lot happens in this book, its definitely the setup for big things to come.

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  • Jaco
  • 2020-09-23

What a turn it took

So this took a turn around with the mind games. If you do not really pay attention I think you'll miss some important things happening.

No idea where they are heading to next.

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  • Jaeson Snyder
  • 2020-10-01

Just keeps getting better

Seriously I never get bored with this series it is always evolving and just keeps getting better!

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  • Jim
  • 2020-09-26

Feels like half a book

I'm really enjoying the story, and I feel ok recommending the series, but I feel like each installment is half a book. It rankles a bit. Do with that information what you will.

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  • M. Knight
  • 2020-09-25

Sigh

Ok I love this series and the quirky cast of misfits. But, there are so many holes and nothing ever seen to get done. I realize the fact that Montana is a bit scatter brained is part of why we love him but damn. Can he accomplish something before the book ends? I am so freaking frustrated with this. We are eight books in and he doesn’t finish or complete anything. He doesn’t try to educate himself. Kudos on the fact that he doesn’t want to kill everything and kudos to the narrator. That’s all the kudos though. Come on E.U. You can do better.

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  • Danny
  • 2020-09-23

wow

The MC looks at nature gets lucky and started building a road. dude stop wasting everyone's time and write longer more complete books.

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  • Sailfish
  • 2020-11-03

Pure unadulterated satire

Eric Ugland crafts another entertaining book to The Good Guys Series. There are several areas where he creates new and different story arcs along with new and interesting creatures and races. While those help keep the book lively and fresh, what really makes this series highly entertaining is seemingly boundless satirical absurdities and snarky passages throughout. The story doesn't so much advance in this book as it does broaden Montana's involvment to again remind us that while the empire is in flux due to the death of the emperor, there exists perhaps an even more dangerous threat from the evil queen in the east. There is also an instance where he suffers a debilitating loss of another one of his hirðmen and the insertion of a clearly out of place deus ex machina plot device that ultimately provides some remedial relief for his loss in conjunction with acting as a means to introduce him to the big guys.

Neil Hellegers's performance again acts as a force multiplier in providing an enjoyable listening experience.

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  • Jonathan Ball
  • 2020-10-20

Another great story from Eric

This series has been my favorite this year. I’ve read a lot of books by many authors and none have captivated me like Eric Ugland. Having said that I felt the first half of this book was a little weak. But I believe that’s how you are meant to feel after the ending of book 7.

We go from the captivating adventures close to home to back to the beginning in unfamiliar territory. No people to defend, no projects to finish, no monsters that need killing. And that’s not a bad thing to change of the pace of the overall narrative.

After the first half the story picked up very quickly raising a lot of questions that I doubt we will ever get answers to. Things that make me wonder why they were added in the first place. I suspect we will get a loose explanation somewhere but for now I will just have to sit and wonder.

Finally the ending was a bit of a shock. That’s all I want to say about it as to avoid spoilers.

Overall excellent writing by Eric Ugland once again and can’t wait for what else he has in store. I hope he continues this series forever

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-10-04

love Eric and Neil

the best audio books I have read. The best narration and that's impressive because before it was Nick podehl. just flawless. I never zone out or get bored and I laughed constantly because this is the way that real humans think and actually speak. so many other books are just downright boring or hard to focus or even give a crap. The only flaw is that I always want more and wish the books were 20 hours long. I understand there's a lot of demand and it takes a very long time to write something so great and will buy every single book even if this series is 25 long. just always want more which I suppose is a good thing and why this book gets five stars

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