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Super Sales on Super Heroes

Super Sales on Super Heroes, Book 3
Written by: William D. Arand
Narrated by: Nick Podehl
Length: 12 hrs
4.5 out of 5 stars (63 ratings)

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Felix would like nothing more than to take a vacation. A long one. One where he didn’t have to wake up every morning and worry over casualty lists for the day.

Ever since he and the Legion had been forced to flee their headquarters four years previous, nothing had gone quite right. In fact, Felix and the Legion have been locked in a shadow war with enemies unknown. Ones with magic that could carve through their technology easily.

As the rest of the world fell apart, tearing itself to pieces at every turn with the return of the old gods, the Legion has held the chaos back. The price in blood has been climbing slowly, lately.

Felix suspects there’s a change on the horizon. One that he hasn’t prepared or developed a plan for. Or so his paranoia has been telling him. That there’s a change coming now that’ll shake up the world. One that will turn it inside out, Legion and Felix along with it.

Felix has decided it’s time to push ahead and act. To finish things and protect his people at the same time. To take his Legion and make it safe.

Because that’s all that matters in the end to him. His Legion. And it always came first.

Warning and minor spoiler: This novel contains graphic violence, undefined relationships/harem, unconventional opinions/beliefs, and a hero who is as tactful as a dog at a cat show. Listen at your own risk.

©2018 William D. Arand (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Far left field

It’s more like a horny 17 year old Boys wet dream; all the relationships go to hell. This is the first series I read of his loving the first two books but the main plot I see in book three is need more wife’s.

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Narrator nailed it!!

Nick Podehl did a great job. Very few people could create the masterpiece he has done. As for the author William D. Arand, he created a series that falls together so perfectly. I can’t wait for the next one.

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Getting weird

This is the one that starts to get too weird. The other two were very silly but still grounded to some sort of reality. This one goes off the rails and dumps any of the plot or story from the first two

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  • Couch Potato
  • 2019-02-25

Too Ambitious for Its Own Good

After listening to the Selfless Hero and Wild Waste series, it was evident the author was trying to incorporate all his series and possibly other author's in some kind of interconnecting universes. However, it's gotten to the point where I feel the author don't really know how to finish his own work. Everything just ends in a cliffhanger over and over again.

Super Sales on Super Heroes was possibly one of my top 10 series, but this third book really ruined it. It acted more of an after story for the series Wild Waste than it is a conclusion to Super Sales on Super Heroes. Almost half the book was focus on Felix's involvement with the other world. The focus of the characters shifted from the characters we know and love and focuses on characters taken from Wild Waste also. I am all for a harem set up, but this is ridiculous. The author spent 2 books to develop the relationships and romances of Felix and his women, then all of a sudden the author just throws in characters from Wild Waste, and they took over the show. The Andreas' adorable interactions and presence was all, but gone. No further development was given to Felix and Kit aside from a few short conversations. Miu was treated like nothing more than a pawn. And Lily, my favorite of all, was pushed to the side as some kind of a mistress rather than the leader of the girls as she always have been.

Secondly, unless you've read Wild Waste and Selfless Hero, a lot of characters and events feel out of place. It's almost a shameless ploy to make readers read these other series just to understand what is going on. If it was mentioned here and there, I wouldn't mind so much, but it was literally the focus of this last book.

And lastly, despite being the final book of the series, it leaves you with almost ZERO answers. Just another ploy by the author for the readers to invest into reading his future series whether it'll be bad or good. It's a bit insulting truth be told.

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  • Jeremiah W.
  • 2019-02-03

harem full steam ahead

Loved books 1 and 2 but this one starts getting really heavy into a massive harem and it is taking away from the story, sadly it looks like it will be even worse in book 4.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-01-30

great performance, poor story

I loved the first two books in the series. they always had a bit of the teenage harem lonely guy fantasy in the background but it was easy to ignore. this book however all that is front and center. it really is a pity cause I loved the first two.

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  • donald
  • 2019-02-02

lost the rpg style writing

story line was great but what the first books had that was truly amazing was the detail in each person's upgrades and how it changed their powers it happens like 2-3 times in this book and it was just a touch and go.

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  • Ryan A Jones
  • 2019-03-05

Just terrible

Major change in the sorry focus away from legion towards a growing harem. Just awful.

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  • brian woolf
  • 2019-02-07

What started out as a good premise has fallen

This book series started out with an amazing premise but has quickly turned into an unapologetic furry kids wet dream with spots of decent story mixed in.

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  • Andi
  • 2019-02-23

A unique story turned typical hearem

A unique story that actually did a good job at a polyamorous relationship that turns into a 'guy who can screw anyone and everyone wants'.

Seriously annoyed.

Does the author just want to write fantasy erotica? Because they know nothing of actual women or relationships. All women are there to serve the main male character. Earlier books had some men in important roles. But now?

I'm over it.

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  • E. Towey
  • 2019-03-13

Disappointing after previous books

I spent half this book angry at the characters for their out-of-character stupidity. So many obvious signs they were making mistakes where simply ignored. Also... we get it. Felix’s power is irresistible to powerful otherwise self reliant females. Did we really need another full round of harem additions?

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-03-05

The series started strong with a great premise

then it devolved into an incomprehensible festival of male ego fantasies and misogyny. Seriously, book 3 is a mess.

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  • Gnorb
  • 2019-03-03

Went a little TOO hard on the Harem, lost something

Title says it all. Book 2 made things weird. Book 3 takes it to a whole other level. Where book 2 focused on the characters and adding depth, book 3 is basically “everyone loves and wants to bed Felix.” Add to that, the story feels like it keeps trying to be bigger and bigger, rather than deeper and broader, which makes it feel almost like the author(s) have lost some sense of direction.

I say “authors” because this books seems to be a crossover with Randi Daren’s “Wild Wastes” series. I wouldn’t know, though, as I hadn’t heard of that series until today, when I accidentally stumbled upon it during a search on Amazon. I may pick up that series to get a little more on Yosemite, but I’m not crazy about the tone it took and how it differs from Arand’s work in this series.

I will say, the voice acting is top notch, and it’s what kept me listening at times. Really, Jeff Hays did a bang up job with this one, though I would have loved a comeback of the minor sound effects from the first book.

On the whole, it was OK, and like with the other books it’s more like you get 2 books in one, with a story for the first half and a story for the second half. If you liked the other two books, you’ll probably at least enjoy this one. But I kind of kiss the days when they were just trying to run a corporate empire instead of seemingly battling a multiverse’s worth of gods.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful