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Publisher's Summary

After a disastrous battle against the top mages of the Royal Academy, Chaos finds herself separated from her beloved dark elf Kamii and stranded in the middle of a desert with the fallen angel Hestia.

It's the beginning of an arduous odyssey, as two geographically challenged girls have to navigate a nation that doesn't speak their language, perpetuates slavery, and lacks all basic magical appliances, including interactive maps. Even though the high school girl turned Cosmic Horror is formidable, she is tested time and again in this journey forced upon her by her own mistakes. Chaos makes unlikely allies and meets powerful enemies that challenge both her physically impossible body as well as the inscrutable depths of her mind. And when a person from her past appears before her, she learns new truths about herself.

Starchild Crusaders continues the quirky, crawling story of Chaos and takes her to foreign and vibrant new places, on a journey across the sands as she single-mindedly crusades toward her goal of reuniting with her lovers on the other side of the world.

The Demon Princess Magical Chaos series contains gore and explicit sexual content. It's intended for mature listeners.

©2021 J.J. Pavlov (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • xhianil
  • 2021-08-18

Great as always, though feels slightly lacking

Great addition, but it feels like it's slightly lacking in some ways, like the author has pulled back on some aspects like the accidental sex and cute girl harem admiration. Also the narrator goes a little too exaggerated for a good portion of the book, especially the beginning.

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  • James Mitchell Stephens
  • 2021-08-19

So good!!

These books are so frogging good! And katana Jones is an amazing narrator! I would listen to her read a menu!

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  • Zero Calvin
  • 2022-06-12

The Fun Continues

You've obviously read the other two so you are probably going to get this one, and that is the right move.

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  • AY4
  • 2022-04-03

Storyline fragged

The narrator did a decent job with this story and I will try to find more of her work. That being said:

I usually don’t mind when a story line uses a portion of a chapter to deal with main groups being temporarily separated but this series is getting worse about over using that. I was losing interest in the story with five hours to go because this had gotten so bad. I decided to check the reviews on the rest of the series because I understand sometimes writers have a bad day and deviate a little, but complaints about story fragmentation steadily becomes worse until by book six it seems to be the only commonality. I’m pulling the rip cord on this one with three hours left and no interest in pressing on. VERY UNFORTUNATE. I actually liked the first two books.

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  • Amniku
  • 2022-02-28

Best one yet

I thoroughly enjoyed the story thank you so much but the ending basically forces me to buy the next book but I have no problem with that.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2022-01-06

I Just Stopped Craing

I listened through books 1 and 2 pretty quickly; it was a decent listen. I thought book 2 ended okay enough, but this book is hard to get through. Too much filler, the mc starting being boring evil, and I just can't bring myself to care about the Angel anymore. I dropped this about 8 hours in; if I didn't have the ability to listen to this as I work I'd have made this choice faster. Oh yeah, the narrator is good; if she wasn't the narrator, I'd drop this faster. I decided to finish this audio book, and it did get better but I can't say I loved the cliffhanger this time.

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  • Scott
  • 2021-12-21

Fun with am abrupt ending

while the book isn't perfect I enjoyed it the whole way through. The only thing dropping it to 3 stars is the rushed abrupt ending. Likely the next part in the story was ready amd the author picked the best place to split the book in two but if that's the case it should be one book which is annoying.

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  • Darkside Hero
  • 2021-11-19

FU TA NA RI

Surprise! I'm here for it. This "plot" is amazing. And to think, so many reviews of the first book said there was no tentacle porn. I'm so glad the author remedy that situation in the second and third book. again katana Jones has an amazing performance narrating what has become a masterpiece. I am now spoiled and will forever give all other narrators who read books into a microphone three stars because they are all average compared to katana Jones.

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  • Occasionallyclassy
  • 2021-10-29

Ah now I remember…

I listened to the first two books then took a break from the series. Two months later, I’m bored of what I’ve been listening to and decide to give book three a read.

And now I remember why I didn’t jump straight into the next book. The writing is.. well.. bad. When the author has multiple people in a scene, the POV will jump from character to character, complete with internal dialogue and motivation.

Disappointingly the author fully exploits the isekai trope of over describing meals to add fluff to their book.

Overall an extremely weak book.