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Publisher's Summary

Contains books one and two of Quick Change, a litRPG adventure series.

Slyborn, book one

Seth Andersen, a UX designer, was driving home from a bad day at work when his world changed, literally. Seth is instantly transferred to the world of Morgenheim, where knights in shining armor and magic are normal, and citizens must actually “level up” to get stronger. Seth is given the chance to choose a boon from a list of incredible super powers, but accidentally chooses seemingly the most useless power in the list. Can he make it on his own in this world of magic and monsters?

Spire, book two

The only way out is up. Seth and the Adventurers’ Guild survived their clash with the Howlingshields and have been rebuilding the last few months. While Seth is mostly used to life in the land of Morgenheim, he’s struggling with the responsibilities that come with being a high level member in the guild.

While completing a quest as a favor to his friend Pahan, Seth inadvertently catches the attention of Djinia, goddess of adventurers, and is given a seemingly impossible quest that will require the help of the Adventurers’ Guild and their primary rivals, the Transportation Guild. When the two groups aren’t sabotaging each other, their combined might overcomes numerous dungeons with surprising ease...until they catch sight of a thin spire stretching high into the sky at the center of a mysterious desert.

©2020 C.T. O'Leary (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • Joseph
  • 2021-01-14

Dropped at the beginning of second book

The characters eventually ruined this for me. Particularly in book 2, which i dropped very early. I found them both incredibly annoying and unlikeable.

Particularly Seth with his 'anger' issues which never feel genuine, just... there.

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  • shayne c threlkeld
  • 2021-01-21

written for a 10 year old

The overall concept of the story is a good one unfortunately the main character is a grown man with a college degree that works in a highly competitive industry and yet once he leaves for the other world turns into an absolute idiot makes poor decisions act like a moron can't talk can't interact with people it has no common sense whatsoever. the overall story is written like your 10 year old trying to read a book it's dumb down to the point where it's frustrating and depressing to even try to get through.

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  • Chris
  • 2021-01-23

It just felt deeply generic

The story feels deeply generic. Like the author used LITRPG MadLibs to write it.

Our hero ______ was summoned to the world of ___________ by __________. He was gifted the class __________ and special ability _____________. He meets a friendly __________ who explains the leveling system. From there he journeys to __________ to meet with _____________. On the way he encounters ________________. Through the encounter he discovers his ability can _____________.


**********MINOR SPOILERS FOR THE FIRST BOOK******************
I dropped this book shortly after we meet what I assume is the Big Bad Evil Guy (BBEG). We meet him when we discover that he and his minions have massacred an entire castles worth of our friends/allies. Is it explained why BBEG did this? No. Is there horror from the characters at seeing bodies of their allies stacked waist high? Also No. At least not at the point when I dropped it. They gave the same emotional response I gave when I was playing WoW back in the day in the Undead sections of the game. "Oh wow that's a lot of bodies....anyway next quest item is over here..."

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  • Bobsquatch
  • 2021-01-13

Good bang for the credit!

Hope the next one comes out soon. There were times I did not like the mc but what the heck.

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  • ClayMac
  • 2021-01-22

Needs Character Development.

It's easy to see the story lines the author is trying to explore. However he fails to build up any foundation for more than just the main arc. If he were to spend more effort on character development, and treat them less like a D&D spreadsheet he could really have something here.

The narrator should also develope more voice diversity. All of the female dialogue sounds the same, and the male voices only have 4 options.

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  • Adam
  • 2021-02-05

bad wording

I'm not a word Smith, but neither is the writer of this book. there's a lot of interaction between people that doesn't seem natural or real. the wording is wrong somewhat grammatically. but I think worse than most things is the person reading the book doesn't understand the situations he is reading. he doesn't put any intensity or inflection in any of his words and just speaks as if he's talking to somebody about a list of things. he has a nice tone but does not modify it and he does not have any comedic timing at all. this post that I have just written is probably just as grammatically correct as the book.

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  • Debra D Reinhard
  • 2021-02-23

Good story

It is a good story but very little humor. All serous and battles no fun interplay with the characters.

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  • Lawrence
  • 2021-02-22

Slower start, but it grows on ya

Good story, it’s a slower start for an litrpg but,worth the listen. My only complaint is I would have enjoyed a more complex story tread through out the book.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2021-02-18

A few issues but a worthwhile story

bad editing in spots, poor word usage in others, and a narrator that says various words as if he has only ever seen them written, never spoken. once you get past that it is a good story.

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  • Sean fleming
  • 2021-02-12

2021 MUST HAVE

I was worried when I first bought this book because it had no reviews but GEEZ. I couldn’t stop listening and ended up binging both books 1-2 in just a few days.
The main character isn’t OP and the transportation to the other world isn’t forced or tacky like some other litRPG books. The pacing keeps you fully engaged without droning on and on leaving you bored. I loved his quirky boon he received and how it was all by mistake XD
Now that book 1-2 are down I’m CRAVING the rest of this series! Well done to both author and narrator!

- BonsaiBroz