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Publisher's Summary

The second captivating installment of Aleron Kong's Chaos Seeds series.

"We are life takers and heartbreakers," Richter shouted. "Let's go!"

Richter and Sion are at it again! Even more of what you loved in the first book. Leveling, world building, awesome items, and what's that you say? Sure! Why not? What's a little necrophilia between friends?

Join your favorite Chaos Seed as he answers the call of adventure and deals with the invaders, greedy dwarves, and a wood elf that keeps telling him he has a pretty mouth. Welcome back, my friends!

Welcome back...to The Land.

©2016 Aleron Kong (P)2017 Aleron Kong

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fantastic

I would suggest this book to anyone on audible and I'm not 100 percent sure but if this isn't an audio book exclusive I might be buying them in paper

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Theory, might have spoilers if true

Okay I want to write this now while it is still fresh in my mind, I have just started the book and there is a king of light, I think that he is Rickter or Rictker will become him, the thing is it describes his cool treasures which are things Rickter would collect but mainly is the chamberlain, which happens to be shorter, sound like someone near Rickter, Sion maybe? and the king just said to keep watching the land, hmmmmm?????

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Awesome

I was looking for another book to listen to while I wait for the next book in the Name of the Wind series and boy did I found it here!

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Very good book

This type of book was new to me, but I found it very enjoyable. I am already into the second book of the series and plan to go through them until the end. Great listening during bus ride back and forth to my work. #Audible1

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Builds Well Off the First Book, Doesn't Innovate

If you enjoyed the first book then you'll enjoy this one as well, I certainly did. If you weren't a big fan though of book one then this work will not convince you. The narration is still on point and the story does evolve in some interesting directions but it's all just more of the same. Nothing was unexpected, nothing was surprising, and the main character is just getting closer and closer to great power. #Audible1

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  • PRG
  • 2018-09-13

Excellent Read

An easy listen, following the storyline and enough action to keep you interested. In other words, I brought the next book in rhe series.

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the story continues

if you finished the first book, there is no need to review the second. The captivating story will keep you wanting to learn more about how the story unravels.

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So well written and narrated.

Loved the first book and I love the second book! Great story with some really powerful moments. Laugh, gasp, anticipate and even cry...this book has it all.

Again, Nick Podehl is the king of narration!!!

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Wow! truly amazing

never have I ended up so invested in an audio book series. typically I only listen on my commute to and from work, but this series I can't stop.

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Awesome

We can’t listen to this fast enough the story just pulls you in, even the notifications become part of it, At first the notifications seem annoying but they get you thinking about certain items and things that are going to happen which just draws you in and engages you more

and Nick Podell is an amazing narrator for this story the voices the clarity of his speech even the speed of his speech not too fast not too slow is just perfect

Nick and aleron Kong Complement each other in both writing and reading the story it comes alive

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  • M. B. Richards
  • 2017-07-17

This RPG is LIT!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Land: Forging to be better than the print version?

This book was AMAZING. It blended so seemlessly with the first book that I didn't really feel like it was a sequal, but a new episode in a miniseries with the same overarching story. So engrossed in the story, and so completely enamored with it, I honestly couldn't tell you know where the end of the first book left off and this one began. And yet, the first book ended in a way that I remember being satisfied and that the book was over. I don't know exactly how the author managed to create an ending that felt like an ending at the time, but also now barely feels like a brief pause in such an engrossing story.

What did you like best about this story?

Absolutely. This book made me fall in love with the LitRPG genre all over again. In preperation, I've already set aside enough credits at Audible to purchase all the books in the series once they are released. I'll be listening to each and every one the same day they are released. I haven't been so excited for a series since The Wheel of Time was still being written. Move over, Song of Ice and Fire. You've been replaced in my audiobook library as most anticipated!

Which scene was your favorite?

The author managed to either anticipate questions the reader will have, or writes so well, he leads you to ask the questions he wants in the first place. And then, he answers them! He doesn't keep us starved for more, he is generous and mindful enough to give the reader exactly what they want and in a timely manner.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Absolutely! Sadly, I had to sleep in the middle, but the book had engrossed me so completely, I actually DREAMED of the characters.

Any additional comments?

Nick Podehl was an AMAZING choice as narrator. As one of the best male narrators in the game, I honestly couldn't have been happier with anyone else's performance. He is truly a master of his craft.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 2018-09-26

awesome

this is now my new favorite book like ever with the game schematics mixed with storytelling make an amazing new world. the puns and witty humor are an added bonus. In short best damn book ever!

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  • Jonathan
  • 2018-09-26

good book leaves you wanting more

very relatable I love all the pop culture references from my day I can really connect with the characters can't wait to start the next book

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  • Sprsteve
  • 2017-06-26

Still loving it

Really enjoy this series. Read the books first as e-books and now I'm going back and listening to them as audio. Very much looking forward to the rest of the series coming to audible and the 7th book, which is coming out soon. Crossing my fingers that by the 8th book, ebook and audible version will release simultaneously. Also, the author Aleron Kong, really churns out the novels, so as a reader, you have confidence it won't be years in between releases. It's more like months. The main character is evolving nicely, but I'd love to see some more deeper relationships evolve for him. His relationship with Sion is great and you really feel that sense of camaraderie. Eventually you get the same with Terrod and Krom but I feel like the relationships with the females are a bit more superficial and not well fleshed out (mostly simple flirtation and so on). But the series appears to be setting up for a lengthy run of novels, so here's to hoping those will come. Here's hoping for some strong and prominent female characters.

Nick Podehl continues to be an outstanding narrator with a great range of voices that he lends to the characters. He also just has an excellent feel for pacing as he reads the book. Can't recommend him as a narrator enough.

I personally feel the series rewards my continued investment as a reader and honestly, that's what I'm looking for anytime I start a book.

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  • steve. k
  • 2017-07-20

loved the book, good writing and good narration

What did you love best about The Land: Forging?

i liked every single thing about it. the fact richter goes from irl to living a rpg out is pretty coo. first litrpg ive listened to.

Who was your favorite character and why?

richter obviously, now i have only listened to the first two books as i dont have time to sit and enjoy a book.

Which character – as performed by Nick Podehl – was your favorite?

krom the blacksmith. pretty funny and when you picture the dwarf as he goes on it is even better.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

i laughed at many points and was moved by some things. no tears though i dont cry

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  • Spencer
  • 2017-07-02

Bring the rest of the series to Audible!

My only complaint is that the books are not longer. Nick does an amazing job bringing the character to life. The story keeps me wanting more. Plenty of laugh out loud moments. I really hope the rest of the series gets here faster.

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  • Truffle
  • 2017-06-21

Keeps you wanting more!

Nick Podehl does an amazing job brining Aleron Kong's characters and world to life again making that just 5 more min before bed turn into hours. I continue to love the sarcastic humor between Richter and Sion. This book has it all video game / role playing game mechanics, amazing characters, dungeons, and monsters to kill.

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  • Oscar
  • 2018-12-26

Hehe

This book makes me giggle. The RPG elements are something I never expected in a book.

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  • Josh Hellewell
  • 2018-12-25

A great mental adventure!

Every moment you think you know where the story is headed, another twist or quest to explore, but then the story shifts and presents you with a new thought or exploration! It is fantastic listening! The reading performance is well done with character voicing being consistent and spot on!

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  • Jeffery
  • 2017-06-22

expands upon the first exceptionally

Begins right where the first left off. The story picks up the pace dramatically.

Richter develops his powers and his village in this installment. In addition, he learns of several looming threats in the distance.

It never slows down and I love it.

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  • legionsama
  • 2018-07-18

very good book !

just a little bit less good then the first book for me, too much base building for me, but still pretty damm good ! has always Nick Podelh did a fantastic job !