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Lewd Kingdoms, Book 2: Fallen Throne

A High Fantasy Digital Adventure
Written by: Eden Redd
Narrated by: Jane Tate
Length: 11 hrs and 3 mins
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Edric wanted to build something great, a safe haven for players and awakened NPCs to thrive in peace. With his fellow rulers, Faye, Claudia, and Rayna, they feel they are on the cusp of something grand and inspiring.

When trolls are found murdered on Eloran streets and the dead walk at night, the city soon realizes there is something darker taking place in the supposedly peaceful kingdom. With the delicate political balance in jeopardy and war threatening all of Lukken, Edric and his fellow rulers must come together to discover these secret threats before it is too late.

Can Edric balance the needs of the city, diplomacy, and his heart before shadowy forces converge on the small kingdom? Can the four rulers of Elora stand up to an ancient evil that threatens the entire digital realm? Can their hearts withstand a coming storm no one can escape?   

The Lewd Saga is a virtual MMORPG based in the fantasy world of Lukken, home of dragon royalty, human kingdoms, and troll masters. Players quest, grow their abilities, join in great battles, and find love and lust in whatever form they desire. There is no taboo too great or too intimate.

©2018 Eden Redd (P)2019 Eden Redd

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  • Jeremy Burklow
  • 2019-03-03

Complete shit show.

First book was good, this book was beyond terrible. Had no problem with the narrator, but the writer was apparantly in a rush and explained less than half of scenes. Wrote impossible odds battles that go in the heroes way just because a handful of other players show up. 150k vs 2k is totally winnable when most of them walk out onto an open battlefield with no plan...ffs... will not waste any further money on this trash. Keeping things within a realm of reason would have been nice. Writer totally dropped the ball.

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  • steven
  • 2019-04-21

passion filled lit

Jumping from the first book to the second one the anticipation to learn all of the books secrets does not end. I wish certain elements of the litrpg genre were included a tad more not just from sexual experiences but big battles should be somewhat rewarding.

narrator did a great job of the numerous voices and making ne stay with who Was talking the entire time.

cant wait for what this author has in store next.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-03-09

Eh

Very sappy. Full of cliches. There are a lot of telling moments that make the pacing seem off.

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  • Marcus
  • 2019-03-03

Hate the Ending

Look, I know there will be a third book, I WANT there to be more books...but if you hate feeling frustrated then wait for the 3rd book...and hope Jane narrates that one too!
Seriously if you suffer from depression or just long bouts of sadness, then maybe wait on this. If you are bipolar then make sure you’re on the upswing as, IMO, the sex is the non-depressing part, or if you’re schizophrenic then let the voices in your head enjoy Tate’s amazing range of voices.
And no, Eden, the last chapter doesn’t make up for it...in case you were wondering. I dread leaving this very vague review in case it drums up more readers but I don’t want to encourage that...until the 3rd comes out, and even then I’m skeptical.

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  • chris wessells
  • 2019-06-23

love this series

this is a great series... love everything about it. The story stands on it's own without the sex but wouldn't be as good. The sex in the book seems to further establish the characters to a level other books fail to achieve. creates a closeness and bond between characters and the reader. it sucks you in too. these stories will affect you in emotional, mental and Physical ways. You will enjoy them greatly.

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  • Tobin L. Wallace
  • 2019-06-23

author betrayed the characters

I took the journey with the characters of the first book, grew to care about them, felt their pain and celebrated their glory. About 2/3 through this book, however, the author apparently decided to abandon them for some characters from some other place that randomly appeared. MY characters spent the remainder of the book suffering with very little attention while these other jerks hijack the book I was into- especially since they’re far into whatever story they were dealing with. Suddenly I’m supposed to care about some vampire lord, a burnt forest, Lance and the self-centered Sonia as if they had any connection to the story that this book was originally about. WTF? Was this intended to be a practical joke. Edric lost his love (how did the trolls know she was his love - so that they would use her as leverage in the first place?) and the author just points at some other people as a distraction. I was connected to the original characters. When the author abandoned them, she abandoned me with them.

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  • David Rogers
  • 2019-05-06

I couldn’t do it!

I’m sorry, the storyline was just too weak to keep my interest. The characters are just too one dimensional and the dialog is just plain bad.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-05-03

Lewd Saga! More please!

I love the story!! I also enjoy the narrators reading of the book! I cant wait to continue listening, and ill be sure to reread this series a good few times ;)

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  • Ian Schrott
  • 2019-03-30

good book

Edric wanted to build something great, a safe haven for players and awakened NPCs to thrive in peace. With his fellow rulers, Faye, Claudia and Rayna; they feel they are on the cusp of something grand and inspiring.

When trolls are found murdered on Eloran streets and the dead walk at night, the city soon realizes there is something darker taking place in the supposed peaceful kingdom. With the delicate political balance in jeopardy and war threatening all of Lukken, Edric and his fellow rulers must come together to discover these secret threats before it is too late.

Can Edric balance the needs of the city, diplomacy and his heart before shadowy forces converge on the small kingdom? Can the four rulers of Elora stand up to an ancient evil that threatens the entire digital realm? Can their hearts withstand a coming storm no one can escape?

Lewd Saga is a Virtual MMORPG, based in the fantasy world of Lukken, home of dragon royalty, human kingdoms and troll masters. Players quest, grow their abilities, join in great battles and find love and lust in whatever form they desire. There is no taboo too great or too intimate.

Warning: The tale you are about to read is a story of sexual creatures, human or otherwise. This tale is for adults 18 and up

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  • Bryan S Guzman
  • 2019-03-07

jump the shark

I loved the first book in this series and was really excited to see this one however haven't finished it there are a few knitpicks I suppose, glaring issues might be more accurate it comes down to the bad guys being overpowered and then needing McGuffin after MacGuffin for the heroes to come out ahead in the whole time I keep thinking this game kind of sucks. I mean they don't really get too much into the mechanics of it but I'm supposed to believe that a major developer for a triple a title like this would allow things to become this unbalanced not without losing hundreds of thousands of players because if there's a sex MMO then there are like five other sex MMO clones hell they're probably sex MMO's without any of the RPG elements so basically I just can't buy into this world on any level and I'm trying to suspend my disbelief pretty hard if you can ignore stuff like unbalanced gameplay and battle sequences that just dragged on for chapter after chapter after chapter then you'll probably love it

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