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  • The Two Week Curse: A LitRPG Fantasy Series

  • The Ten Realms, Book 1
  • Written by: Michael Chatfield
  • Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
  • Length: 17 hrs and 7 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (75 ratings)

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The Two Week Curse: A LitRPG Fantasy Series

Written by: Michael Chatfield
Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
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Erik West is an ex-combat medic. He and his best friend, marine recon sniper Jimmy "Rugrat" Rodriguez, have been thrown into another world. They've become one of the "cursed". Now they have to figure out this fantasy world, where cultivation, skills, and abilities must be grown...or death awaits.

Ascension is just around the corner, whatever that means. But they'll need to master magic and temper their bodies to survive. In a world where your personal strength is your greatest value, Erik and Rugrat have to start from the bottom. But they've cut their teeth in conflicts all across Earth and honed their skills over years of training while creating a bond and upholding their honors and oaths.

It's not a question of if they are ready for the 10 realms, but instead are the 10 realms ready for them?

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©2018 Michael Chatfield (P)2022 Michael Chatfield

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Thanks for making another version

So I enjoyed Todd's narration for the first 5 books, but couldn't deal with the narrator switch. Starting from the beginning makes it much much easier to listen to Neil and I'm quite enjoying it. thanks for taking the time and effort to make another version :)

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Overall a good intro

I like the concept of the story but as a different review stated, there isn’t any antagonist and the main characters seems to be op from the start.


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During the siege on the village they make a big deal about how the villagers aren’t gonna rout which was super cringe cause like no shit your not gonna rout, if you did you, your family and your friends would get eaten, so I feel that part was overly emphasized.

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Great

Worth the credit, i was not disappointed in the least.
Starting on 2nd book now

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Great book and concept. Very enjoyable. Good characters.

I’ve enjoyed this book, glad I took a chance on it. I can tell already that barring a fall-off in writing quality, I’ll tear through this series quickly. Worthy read.

Only complaint is the Narration. I like the narrators voice, but he has a cadence with his voice on certain main characters where his voice rises and falls on a regular or at least sort of predictable basis. The result is a noticeable increase and decrease in his volume. That’s how I first interpreted it anyhow, then I realized that a number of voices he does, his cadence of rise and falling vocals causes his voice to go in and out of his resonant range. This has the effect of his voice getting louder and quieter.

In my truck with a 19 speaker sounds system and admittedly listening at 1.5x speed, it should be very clear…yet the effect becomes distracting, sounding almost like he’s turning his face away from the mic while talking, (even though I know he isn’t) the guy has an amazing voice, so I can’t help but think the recording levels need to be set up better to mitigate this on/off resonance effect to balance audio. You may find that at lower listening speeds it doesn’t affect you, this is a first for me, but I figured if the feedback helps then it’s worth it sharing (though I think I’m many years too late). I guess I’ll see how it turns out in the next book.

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such a great story

it's very detailed. I've listened to it 4 times so far and will probably listen again.

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wonderful

loved it. very hard to stopp lessining. story overall very good. surprising turning of events excellent.

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Starts great but falls flat

The story starts really nicely and the narrator id doing a great job but the more the story progresses the more it loses its appeal, by the fourth book it’s not even the same story, not really fantasy anymore and more like army dialog simulator.
So dont start this story thinking its a nice power isekai fantasy. If you like all the nits and grits of the everyday life of a sergent in the army that happened to be in an other fantasy universe, then this is for you.

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Great performance but writing has issues

Let me preface this by saying that I don’t necessarily feel cheated by purchasing this title however I won’t be continuing with book 2.

The book has multiple issues such as there being no real antagonist, no motivation for the protagonists (other than getting stronger just because), they don’t even really come across any real threats that they can’t simply overpower. Timing of events is hard to follow, it seems that they go from a nobody to godlike in six weeks or so?

Anyway, if you purchase this title, you’ll see what I mean. I wish the author well and the performance by the narrator was great, no issues there.

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waste of a credit

prefer a story to a RPG. I was using this to fall asleep after the first few chapters

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