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Trapped between worlds. Potentia might be the way out. Time to kill Something.

Luke is an apprentice leather worker, training with his family to one day take over the business. He and his friends Andre, Taylor, and Zed have known each other forever, and swear that nothing will ever tear apart their friendship.

Then the Royal Decree comes. With the Dynasty of Dogs invading, and strange monsters appearing in the Hollow Kingdom, a draft has been implemented. Everyone 17 or older is required to be tested for "Potential". If they have it, they will join the mysterious and renowned Ascender Corps. If not, they will be drafted into the Legion as a forced recruit.

Three of the friends test as powerful, or dangerous, classes of Ascender. Luke is found to have Potential, barely, but when he steps through the portal to begin his training…he is pulled to a plane that shouldn't exist. With no class trainer, the possibility of survival is low. Luke decides that he wants to live, and keeping his humanity isn't going to help.

His best chance is going Full Murderhobo.

©2020 Dakota Krout (P)2020 Mountaindale Press

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just cause its dk doesn't mean its good.

honestly whats with all those high reviews....some people wouldn't know a good book if it slapped them in the face. the story literally begins with "let me tell you about the first of the four luke, the murderhobo" then proceeds to follow 2 other charracters for atleast 5hours. im forcing myself to listen hoping that things would change but at the 5 hour mark I am seriously not impressed. dk let me down with this one I am returning it and honestly I'm so pissed I'm thinking of returning all books written by him. the long and short of it is u could cut out the first 5hours of this book and I feel like u still wouldn't miss much. its not for me.

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This book was good really good and a departure from Dakota Krout usual books The narration was good but could have been better with a female narrator for the female characters.

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this book was great

as a DM i know how much sucks when one or more of your characters is a murderhobo. that said this book is hilarious. it's bolth well written and amazingly narrated. I cant wait for the sequel.

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Amazing!

I laughed I cried and I now hate goats. I can't wait for book 2!!

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Absolutely yes, yes, yes!

Cheeky, as always. I enjoyed the switching of perspective a lot more than I thought I would.

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  • Chase Delano Morgan
  • 2020-10-22

Best from DK so far

I'm an old head from WuxiaWorld ...so I love cultivation novels. This is shaping up to be my favorite series from Mountaindale Press so far!!! DK was the first author I found who really did a good job of introducing aspects of mana channels and cultivation into western style fantasy. Divine Dungeon scratched that itch, but only barely. The world building was great, and the whole city development aspect was great too ...but I wanted the story to go deeper and I feel like DK ended that story arc prematurely. Arcanist is enjoyable, but it's really snarky n that takes a bit away from the "seriousity" of the MC's development. I still like the series, but again I feel like it was missing something. Artorion is dope, and I will continue with the series, but again I think the snarkiness is a little thick and it detracts from the story for me. Also, at times Artorion feels aimless and pointless ...and that's not my favorite style of story-telling. I enjoy trying to figure out how the MC will overcome the challenges set before him/her, and guessing at what curve balls the author might throw. Artorion doesn't allow for anything of that, he's just kind of floating around all the time. Murderhobo is finally picking up where I felt that Divine Dungeon left off. There are funny moments in it, but it doesn't try to make everything into a joke. The magic system is really diverse and well executed. I'm enjoying the development of all the MC's. They have real problems with real consequences. There's great world building happening, in a way that keeps me curious and excited. The story is keeping me engaged and I'm loving it. I hope this ends up being more than 3 books, and regardless I hope DK sticks with this style of story-telling for his next series in the Cal-multiverse as well. This one is a winner. Highly recommend!!!

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  • Stuart
  • 2020-10-23

Misleading book description

So this book says that it’s going to follow one main character but that’s not true. The book follows three main characters and jumps between the three because they are separate most of the book. For someone who HATES multiple main characters this was extremely annoying. On the upside, two of the three characters are actually enjoyable to read. The supposed main character was my favorite and I wish it had focused on him.

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  • 2020-10-21

well....

it was an interesting listen but to be honest i couldn't care less for the "friends" so when their povs came up i just found them boring luke pov was the better one

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  • John
  • 2020-11-04

Ridiculous

If you want to see the real reviews, go to the Goodreads website. Amazon Audible pulls reviews for any books that have been returned. So so books tend to float to the top with better ratings because they are mostly positive and very skewed.

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  • Jordan
  • 2020-10-20

Love DK

I love The completion is Chronicles. I have read it and listen to it multiple times, but this is not a good story.

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  • clifford
  • 2020-10-30

Just god awful

Seriously? 4.8 star average? When I see a book with ratings that high, I'm expecting something extraordinary. What Dakota Krout is serving up here feels more like a first draft of a poorly conceived novel, This is not even up the the poorest quality standards that I'd be looking for in a book store. Maybe I'm being a little hard... but I'm making up for the solid 4.8 review... where did that come from? That is like saying this is up there with the greatest fantasy novels of all time. The characters here are paper thin. The story keeps shifting from one character to another... there are four of them... i think. It was hard to tell. Maybe part of the problem was the over the top narration going on. Gilliland has a good cartoon exaggerated manner... but the same voice was applied to each character and it honestly got annoying after a while. The plot... while kind of interesting, was just a rehash of 200 other lit rpg books. While not perfect Aleron Kongs books are better in this this genre. Seriously, this book is not worth a credit. I've got around 700 audible titles in my library & I'd rank this very nearly at the bottom.

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  • Eric
  • 2020-10-21

Classic Dakota Krout

Characters are amazing! Story not bad but as always a fun read. Needs more goats

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  • Conner Fraser
  • 2020-10-24

Should be 6 hours shorter

There is a very obvious part where the story starts about 6 hours into the book, everything before that was very boring.

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  • Michael king
  • 2020-10-21

absolutely hilarious!

this book is definitely different from other of Dakota Krout's works but is definitely a laugh.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-10-20

very enjoyable

it is really fun to get the perspective of a lot of different characters going through a lot of hard trials. Lots of puns and I laughed a lot.

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