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The Right to Arm Bears

Threadbare, Book 3
Written by: Andrew Seiple
Narrated by: Tim Gerard Reynolds
Series: Threadbare Series, Book 3
Length: 14 hrs and 28 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Threadbare has reunited with his little girl, even if it didn't go exactly like he'd hoped it would.

But war still rages through the kingdom, and the fluffy heroes must stop the tyrant king and restore peace to their home. Celia, Threadbare, and the rest of their allies must join the final resistance, to fight for the fate of everyone within Cylvania.

It's a daunting task. Fortunately, they're not alone. Doom comes for the tyrant king, on soft, fuzzy little feet....

The epic conclusion to the new litrpg saga!

Warning: Contains profanity and violence.

©2018 Andrew Seiple (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Another absolutely outstanding novel

[Please wait while I buff first] "Status" "Oh! I've just the thing" 'Work it baby!!, Flex!, This is my Emboldening speech!' ;) I have a deep love for this series. I am finding it hard to put into words just how much I love this series. If you're reading this and you have not read the first 2 books (Or listened to them, rather) then go get them and revel in the immense pleasure you will enjoy from this series. I honestly can't recommend it enough. It is literally my number 1 series of not 2017, not 2016, not even of 2018..No..it is my number one of ALL TIME! Now, go buy the audiobooks and you can thank me later.

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  • Small Mountain
  • 2018-09-27

Entertaining & Satisfying Conclusion to Threadbare

This is the third book of the Threadbare series, a litRPG book featuring a toy golem who, through serendipity, persistence, and lots of puns, manages to have a very satisfying adventure across all three books. The imagery of this book, brought to life by Tim Gerard Reynolds (one of my favorite narrators), is delightful; I smiled a lot and even laughed out loud on occasion from imagining some of the antics the plush golem and his followers get in to, from hilarious conversations between the golems who have had the human experience and those that haven't, to the idea of a swarm of plush golems covering a bewildered steam knight. Pros: Smiles and laughs. This LitRPG story does not take itself too seriously and throws in jokes at every turn; for instance, at one point there is a tamed snake named Sloopy and he is encouraged to hang on to something by his tamer, and another point there is a giant with a blue shirt and a pickaxe attempting to knock the floor out from under someone else... with a subsequent reference to Spleef. At the same time, the story is a fun ride by itself; the intelligent but still sometimes naive golem has to solve interesting problems and does not really have preconceptions to hinder his solution-finding efforts, since he is only about 5 years old and spent most of that time stuck in one spot. The book keeps the reader wondering what will happen next, and what Threadbare and his newly-bodied allies will figure out in the strange world they live in and the odd rules it imposes on them. Most of the action scenes were solidly interesting too; sometimes, I have trouble paying attention to those scenes in other books if the fighting doesn't involve any interesting problems. I hope the author and narrator will work together in the future to bring more stories in this setting, perhaps using Reason as a protagonist. Cons: Not too many. The cussing still feels awkward within the combination of the story and TGR's narration of it, as I mentioned in previous reviews. Same with some of the bawdy jokes, though others are fine and funny. There are some plot holes, but the lightness with which the book takes itself makes those feel insignificant. Not enough cons to drop the story a star. This is tied with NPCs by Drew Hayes far the most entertaining LitRPG series I have listened to. Granted, I think this is only about the fifth LitRPG series in my library, but still, before this I only ran across one hit so I was hesitant to try it again. I recommend trying this series out, preferably from the first book if you have a choice, even if you have had poor LitRPG experiences in the past.

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  • swyrlgirl
  • 2020-05-10

10 Stars

Unique, epic, compassionate, funny, sweet, and action packed! This is a truly perfect tale! Please expand this series <3

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  • stu
  • 2018-10-27

great end to the story!

I fell in love with the characters, story is very satisfying. thread bear rules. great book

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  • Carl
  • 2018-10-23

Awesome

The whole story was fantastic a bit quirky and over all a great read the audio quality dropped in the last book making it much less enjoyable but still a compelling story

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  • Zachary
  • 2020-09-12

Stop! Read the Small Medium trilogy first

I know it sounds strange, but I highly recommend reading these trilogies in reverse chronological order (i.e. read all three Small Medium books, then all three Threadbear books, then whatever Blasphemy Online books are available). I think you'll be glad you did, because going backwards, the trilogies build on each other and give a sense that you are finding out more about something you've already heard of instead of plunging headfirst into a totally new land each time. This book is great. The battles are awesome and the full picture of what's going on is stunningly clever. The characters are great too, and now we get to see them flex the muscles and personalities they've been growing all this time. This book really exercises all the pieces the trilogy has been setting up, and the show is a must-see. As a bonus, the handful of new skills and jobs are the sort of clever material we have come to expect by now. I'll probably end up saying this a lot, but I love the reader - he's very talented and invested, good at doing lots of distinctive, consistent voices and accents (tho I feel like Madeline is written Australian and he goes for something else) and I can't get enough of his game-announcements voice. So much better than just reading it, even if the repetitive level-ups occasionally get a bit tedious.

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  • Daniel S.
  • 2020-08-26

meh

more bear meh oh isn't it funny that a stuffed bear doesn't understand innuendo.... why did i keep listening???

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  • Christopher oneill
  • 2020-06-28

Yes just yes

If final fantasy and Disney crossed over in an successful way this is what we get full of puns and call backs to all the good RPG troops you could want I know I’ve listened to this several times all thee of them

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  • Kletian
  • 2020-02-20

nice conclusion with chances for more

see the fate of this gamey kingdom and its most powerful teddybear. Narrator is solid as always. curious if author will do more.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-01-31

good book

this has been a good series so far and I hope there is more to come.

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  • GREYVOICE
  • 2020-01-02

A good ending for a good journey

A little bit long with the status calls, but the antics of that bear and his friends were great. For such a large cast of characters in play I enjoyed following their interactions.