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Monster Girl Islands 3

Written by: Logan Jacobs
Series: Monster Girl Islands Series, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 32 mins
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Ben and Mira have set off on their raft to travel to the nearest island. There, they encounter a race of beautiful, long-legged deer women, and Ben meets the woman his daughter Marella foresaw in a vision.

But this isn’t just a fun vacation.

The voyaging duo will be put to the test against aquatic sea monsters, rabid bunnies, vicious wargs, and Ben’s mortal enemy: The orcs.

©2020 Logan Jacobs (P)2020 Logan Jacobs

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  • michael dugan
  • 2020-06-19

Different narrator

I have heard daniel and marrisa before and they are good narrators however two books in i am attached to the original narrators especially jessica threet she is one of my favorite female narrators of all and to see her gone is just a major heart break she acted out her parts perfectly and sadly marrissa is not on the same lvl. Dont get me wrong marrisa is good just not as good in my opinnion. Hope to hear her back

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  • SecurityCop
  • 2020-06-18

the new voice actors......

the new voice actors have a hard time getting into characters , and sounded more like a sermon than a story , I hope they bring back the og narrators

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  • Jose
  • 2020-10-14

Bring on the Fawns

Another islands full of mythical female characters. And all dead sexy too. I like the balance of action combined with sex. Sometimes these type of stories have sp much sex that the story suffers. But this one has more story content and the sex scenes accent it well. Great job, keep it up

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  • JTN3
  • 2020-09-25

good

story still good. new narrators werent bad. if you like first 2 books, you will like this one

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  • CaptainPicard
  • 2020-08-24

The Battle of Mary Sue Island

i have a few issues with this but the performance is not one, although the dragon king is somewhat over the top and all to eager to get these women to be killers. The word bastard is used far to often, SERIOUSLY find more creative insults next time. Big Problem with how stupid the orcs are here. this is despite the obvious fact they're far more technologically advanced then any of the tribes of who have once again mysteriously had all thier males killed, by the time our heroes show up, even the children. the orcs are very one dimensional and not really explored as their own culture. They are represented as a very propagandisticly evil rapist cuthroats with zero depth to them as a species or Culture who's only interest is to capture loot rape and pillage. This is coming across as just badguy red shirts to kill and not be a credible threat or fleshed out in anyway other than Better Technology and Numbers. The wargs are another issue, clearly intelligent and a slave race of the orcs yet the supposedly Good Guys never try to take advantage of the clear resentment towards thier masters and spark a rebellion for the purpose of distraction or maybe even form a more lasting alliance, which I find incredibly short sighted and hope is not an issue that becomes a continuous problem. My biggest gripe is that compared to the first two books VERY little exploration of the culture of this new Island is really performed, and by what we are given its Literally absurd that the Super Pacifist hippies they start out as would have lasted this long. We went from capable fighters in book one and two to a hippie commune that Literally is unwilling to so much as kill a single orc in thier own Defence. Then these women are almost miraculously transformed into an army of Mary Sues that Literally dance rings around the orcs how never bothered with fortifications or anything of a defence strategy for thier colony on this island. So that all rounds up to my final problem. The victory at the end battle was far to easy a win. there's a lot of building up just how much more advanced the orcs and how many of them there is and yet despite Literally bringing a 15 century man o war to the fight they simply beach it and get slaughtered on the beach instead of using any ranged weapons AT ALL! There's ACTUALLY Cannons on the ship that are never used to bombard or even fire a single shot at the bow and arrow armed Mary Sue island.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-07-21

another hit!

loved the new race if beautiful deer women and landscape of the new island looking for to book 4.

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  • Francisco D. Rodriguez aka Paco
  • 2020-07-16

My new guilty pleasure

The story line has become very interesting and possibilities for new monster girls is limitless.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-07-07

Enjoyed the book bring on the next!

I don't usually leave reviews but to see so many reviews complaining about the narration I had to leave my two cents. The long and short of it is that I thought the the narration was spot on and extremely enjoyable! Before anyone asks yes I did listen to the original narrators too and I did enjoy their performance as well. However I feel the performance given with the new narrators was great and they get a big two thumbs up! Thanks for an entertaining book and great narration! I can't wait for the next book and hear another stellar performance!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-07-06

Amazing

another great book and now ben gets a way to travel through the islands can't wait for more

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  • illicit
  • 2020-07-06

Strangers

Nothing against Daniel and Marissa, I love them both from other books. This is brutal though. I'm sure everyone got attached to Gabriel and Rebecca, and having two new narrators after 2 books leaves a bad taste. I hope the circumstances leading up to this weren't something petty, because It's like pulling teeth trying to forget all the personality Gabriel and Rebecca built up. I advise anyone who hasn't listen to the original first two books, to start out with Daniel and Marissa.