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Succubus Lord 6

Written by: Eric Vall
Length: 9 hrs and 11 mins
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It’s time for Jacob to destroy Azazel once and for all and rescue the last succubus sister from the demon lord’s clutches. 

But mortals aren’t allowed in Hell, so Jacob and his harem of beautiful succubi must find a way to break the rules, infiltrate the circles, and fight through the thousands of demons looking to devour them. 

Just another day in the life of the succubus lord. 

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Eric Vall (P)2019 Eric Vall

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  • Joe Messina
  • 2019-09-19

Awesome Narration

Narrators for this series are INCREDIBLE. Easily the best narration I've heard on an audiobook.

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  • Eric Diemert
  • 2019-09-24

I absolutely love this book

unrealistic expectations for men......I myself cannot nut that many times in a row..... all in all good listen

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  • Jeff
  • 2019-09-18

Great listen

This another great addition to the saga. Very enjoyable and moves along nicely in story.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-11-19

Honestly Awful

Seeing as the author started out this series reasonably well-written I didn't think that it would be reduced to this mess. But obviously that's not the case. the author has change the story to a repetition of the same overdone jokes and a Pokemon index of flat cardboard characters. I can hardly continue to listen to the series as the main character has been reduced completely to a bumbling idiot. And in spite of this fact, the other characters that are many millennia old continue to praise him as if he's a genius. His plans are at most bad mimicry of his own enemy's failed plans and yet nobody seems to notice this as they continually praise every idea that he comes up with. It doesn't matter if his plan is just "to infiltrate" which isn't any plan to begin with, everybody still praises it like it's the strategy of a master tactician. I'm not even going to consider the fact that women fawn over him because this is supposed to be in part because of his demonic heratige which has been hinted at over and over again in addition to his demonic powers, but also because that is something expected of this genre.
Todd is becoming more of a parody of himself than ever before. His entire dialogue has been reduced to a cycle of a few lines and responses. If the others are talking romantically he responds with gross, over-the-top comments about how sick he is because of the listening to them. The disgusting visualizations he makes are growing tiresome and aren't needed. They don't add any content to the book other than making it hard to listen to. At a few points I was cheering for the main characters to be injured as repercussions for their own idiotic actions.
Upon reaching the first circle of hell the group immediately recognizes a large number of famous real-life characters from history in spite of the fact that there should be trends of millions of people there. The MC is also inexplicably able to recognize at a glance people who have been dead for millennia. While the first circle of hell is supposed to contain all people who are non-believers and yet lived good lives, the author acts as if the only people who exist in the first circle of hell are those that the main character knows about. There is even a comment about how the main character knows about 70% of the people in the first circle of hell. The jokes fall flat in between overdone, cheesy comments about the people the group sees. The interactions with these historical characters is extremely pandering towards the author's own ego as well as being very childish and cringy. These great people from history all have to praise the MC on what a great guy and how cool he is, clearly just praising the author himself on what a great character he's written. Every time that they met a new real-life person I was filled with justifiable dread for another round of horrible writing.
The entire group is also oblivious about their abilities. Many times there is an entire paragraph about how dire a situation is that could easily be avoided with the most minimal use of powers that these characters have had and used before even in similar circumstances. The author also has a complete lack of knowledge about a number of situations and scientific facts that would have led to interesting situations. This instead causes ridiculous situations where the author tries to show off and instead sounds like a scientologist. The biggest one of these that stuck with me was when the group is riding on a swamp boat with those massive driving fans and the whole time the characters are acting like they are sneaking, the MC even shushing someone so that they don't wake the sleeping succubus. I feel like at a minimum an author should watch one video about anything that's going to be a major plot device.
I've grown so sick of the author's repeating two jokes and feel like gagging every time that a blaring lead-in begins for the 20th time in every book. The character's lines don't even change.
There is no such thing as subtlety either. The author hints about something so obviously that you can almost hear him winking at you. Then he will have a few more characters hint at it just for good measure. But that's not enough so he'll have the MC say it outright in the most childish manner. But just in case you missed it, better also have a few more characters mention it as well. Then the "twist" will happen and the author will go on for paragraphs congratulating himself on what a literary genius he is.
The writing has dropped to a middle school level. It's worse plot writing than I see in kids cartoons. The only driving force for anything is the author's unintentional character incompetence and the only reason they succeed is because of the plot armor they wear. It's gotten to the point that if you pay attention you will catch the author accidentally mocking himself in some of the attempted genius because he can't remember his own story.

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  • Unknown
  • 2019-10-30

please release more

Thank you for giving us a great novel to listen to keep up the good work. I'm looking forward to seeing more novels written by you.

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  • Jose
  • 2019-10-19

A Cliff Hanger? Seriously?

Well, I guess it was a good place for one. However, I didn't like the fact that this book was shorter by a few chapters than in the past. But otherwise the story is awesome. Kudos on juggling the transitions of the girls back and forth from Hell. It could have gotten very confusing as to who should be present. Not happy about the fact that the Angel's want to put them on trial. That is a major stab in the back.
Keep up the great work. Now on to the next book.

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  • Private
  • 2019-10-10

Six Books in... Still Awesome

I’ve continued to enjoy this series more and more. I was concerned... there’s a lot of characters... is the depth going to suffer? Nope... not one bit. Each of his companions is unique and interesting. Comic relief by Todd hasn’t gotten old, if anything I think it’s actually improving. Unlike previous episodes, this one ends with a cliff hanger. Can’t wait to start book seven!

The narration team is just perfect for this series. They add so much to the story, and Jessica does a great jo differentiating each of the female characters.

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  • Nikon
  • 2019-09-16

long live todd

can not wait to start book 7 in a few minutes when I'm done writing

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