LitRPG Audiobook Podcast 044 - Naughty Special 2

LitRPG Audiobook Podcast 044 - Naughty Special 2

**Warning: This episode of the podcast reviews novels with adult content including: Graphic sex, Harems, Reverse Harems, Graphic Language, and more naughty themes.**

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“Hello everyone. Welcome to the LitRPG Audiobook Podcast. I’m Ray.   Before we begin the show I do want to say that this episode is going to contain adult content, concerning books that can get fairly graphic, hence the name Naughty special. So, if you are not into haremy type books or explicit sex then this may not be the show for you.  You could just jump to the last review which will be the Heroic Villain by Charles Dean because the rest of the episode deals with adult topics.

That said I will be reviewing some naughty by nature  LitRPG Audiobooks for you. So let's get right to it! I’ll begin with: ”

Remnant (03:19)

Score: 8.4 out of 10 

Seductive Seas  Books 1-4 Seductive Seas LitRPG Series (18:05)

Score: 7.4 out of 10 

Fostering Faust: Book 2 (31:45)

Score: 8.5 out of 10 

Picking Up the Pieces : Enthralled Series, Book 2 (45:18)

Score: 8.3 out of 10 

Enhancer 2 (57:12)

Score: 7.9 out of 10 

Ganged but Not Conquered -The Full LitRPG Reverse Harem Series: Online Bimbo Bundle, Books 1-5 (01:07:26)

Score: 3 out of 10 

Digital Hearts - Late Night Ambitions (01:28:59)

Score: 8 out of 10 

Soundbooth Theater Spotlight

Supers: Ex Heroes 3 - A Gamelit Space Opera (01:46:43)

Score: 8.1 out of 10 

Soundbooth Theater Spotlight

The Heroic Villain (02:02:45)

Score: 8.6 out of 10 



By: Randi Darren

Narrated by: Andrea Parsneau

Length: 13 hrs and 18 mins


Here is another fun tale by Randi Darren, coughs Arand, and it is not exactly what you expect from him.  The book starts off as a bit of a mystery as the MC, Steve, awakes with barely any memory of his past, which he discovers via a message left by “Past” Steve who traded his memories for some rather awesome and powerful gear.  Farming gear to be certain, with the message to build himself a nice little farm and if possible a village.

It isn’t long before Steve finds himself embroiled in a mess of forbidden love, love with non-humans, which only grows until he earns the title of Zookeeper, and no this isn’t a tale of beastiality but rather of half human half other ladies like naids, nagas, etc.  Thankfully, the combo of Steve’s incredible strength and gear make him a force that is not to be trifled with and he just goes about his business trying to accumulate wives and territory while fighting a zombie invasion and staving off territory disputes with his neighbors.  

The story basically follows this route, Steve builds his farm while slowly accumulating women as he fights either soldiers or zombies.  So you get some construction/town building in addition to the harem building, and can I just say that this is some of the fastest harem growth I have ever seen in a novel!  He goes from none to like ten before the book finishes up. Mind you, he didn’t actually sleep with all of them in the book, there were some that he kind of set aside for later I suppose.

The world is interesting, in which it has game like rules and pop ups, magic gear that is soul bound, and allows for the acquisition of various titles.  It also has a mystery of what created and or guides the strange creeping mist that makes the dead walk or materialize out of thin air. Also, why is his watering can so powerful that it can affect the zombies in the way that it does?  Why is he so strong? What events did he fail at so badly that it caused him to reset his life? The book leaves a lot of questions to be answered in the following books, but it doesn’t make you feel like you missed out on something. It is rather smartly orchestrated and artfully told so that you simply enjoy the story.

As for the naughty business the book is full of it, and Master Darren is pretty descriptive.  It is fairly well fleshed out, and very visual. The scenes fill the screen in your theater of the mind, so if you are looking for some grown up sassy time you won’t be disappointed.

Turning to the narration aspect what can I say?  We are talking Andi P! And she can make her voice go from sexy to sultry in 2 seconds flat.  So far, the only thing I don’t think I’ve heard her do is a screaming O but I’m sure that’ll happen some day.  Andrea is a top notch voice actress, she has voices for characters, and voices for the cousins of those characters, as well as their neighbors.  She would kill voicing cartoons and mature animated movies, she has serious range. She plays these ladies, and Steve, so well that you genuinely believe that she experiences the emotions that they do.  You can never go wrong listening to Andrea.

I found this to be 8.4 stars, great story and amazing narration by Andrea.  My only grievance was the quick way that the Mayoral sisters took to Steve. I think that they might have been just a little resentful for how he coerced them into joining him.  Other than that this book was practically flawless.


Seductive Seas  Books 1-4 Seductive Seas LitRPG Series

By: Calico Jack

Narrated by: Sierra Kline

Length: 3 hrs and 59 mins


I’m going to give props where props are due.  Too often I’ve read a few of these books that deal with sex one way or another in which the author knows dick about the Litrpg genre like the horrible Fantasy Swap Online by Alyson Belle or the malignantly offensive Ganged book I reviewed on this show.  It is obvious that those books were written as WTM cash grabs by individuals who couldn’t care less about the Litrpg community, because they obviously didn’t invest one minute of research into any gamelit books to help with the writing of their stories.

Captain Calico Jack, however has clearly read a few lit books because he has the progression down, and the gaming crunch in the right places.  As I said before, he even comes up with a pretty slick trick for a harem/adult book with chastity belts that require tasks to be performed, i.e. quest or leveling, to get them unlocked.  Thus a salty dog could acquire a veritable bevy of bodacious buccaneer babes, but never get to indulge in unlawful carnal knowledge one hundred percent of the way if he failed to unlock their safe guards.

I will say the sex is salty and steamy, and the books definitely fulfill the need for a pirate Litrpg after a drunken night of watching a Pirates of the Caribbean marathon.  Sierra Kline pulls off the sexy pretty well and made the dry beach sand feel wet and moist when she needed to, and I’m not talking about some ocean foam shooting across sandy toes.  I think she plays the MC, Deetz, a male lead well in addition to the gamer gals and Deets’s boss. She certainly makes the sand steam and toes curl. I honestly think she did a good job here.

My only real issue is that the real world romance doesn’t compete with the in game stuff.  I really wish that we would have spent less time outside of the game and more on the high seas.  The story outside is not nearly as interesting or fun as the gaming stuff and kind of drags things down a bit as it moves forward.  I was a little disappointed that despite the fact that we are in a book dealing with privateer’s privates, buccaneer's booties, and various other seamen we never once saw Deetz perform an Angry Pirate on his boss while in the real world.  If you don’t know what kind of a sex act an angry pirate is I encourage you to look it up because it is unbelievably funny, and something you’d only do to a lover once.

I will say that if you do get this book please get the four book collection.  Book one was released as a single, and my guess is it as just to test the waters, no pun intended.  While the story is interesting and carries a lot of potential it isn’t worth a credit for one book. In fact, this book clocks in one minute shy of four hours, so it really feels like half a book.  

Final score 7.4.  The book is short and feels like half a book or a book in progress to some degree.  Actually it feels like 4 short stories tied together rather than one solidly long book. The real world stuff stepped on my gaming toes but I will say that if Calico makes more I’ll be happy to give them a listen.  Deetz is a good gaming character. Best part is it isn’t a WTM book, or if it is then the author did his research.


Fostering Faust: Book 2

By: Randi Darren

Narrated by: Stephanie Savannah

Length: 13 hrs and 12 mins


Yep, here’s another Randi Darren book.  Can I help it if he cranks out masterpieces faster than Don Rickles could insults?  So, suck it up pretty babies we is goin on a wild ride.

So Fostering Faust Book 1 was a polarizing novel.  I don’t think that people were prepared for the very nature of the story and the fearlessness with which Darren went forward to create this story.  He was bold and uncompromising in his vision, and I really respected the hell out of that. Well, things haven’t changed. Book two is just as entrenched in the things that you either loved or hated about book one.

This book is very graphic in nature and I do not say that lightly.  This is most likely the hardest edged book on the show. It is not for people who are prudish or squeamish, as there is both hardcore sex and hardcore deaths here.  Darren does some significant world building, as our hero becomes embroiled in some politics that he is better off avoiding, but fails to do so and so has to scheme and plot his way out of another fine mess.  Alex is exactly the kind of character that I love, he’s a schemer and a manipulator. I far prefer string pullers to sword drawers any day of the week. There is simply something I find fascinating about character who outwits their opponents.  Alex lives for moments like that.

The characters, most importantly Alex, all do some serious growing and I must say that his first wife is quickly becoming one of my most cherished of his characters. Not only is she supportive of her husband in every single way, but she is enthusiastic about it and takes great pride in scoring souls for his bargain.  She is a diamond among cubic zirconia. We do see a surprising twist with Alex and Leah and their contract, but for me the best part of the book came when Alex is kidnapped. His machinations make Machiavelli look like Mortimer Snerd. (inset pic here) Look him up people it’s more fun that way! I also cherished the way that Alex earned the title of Count Inferno and kept the legend growing whenever he got the opportunity.  The ladies are all seductive and servile, but not to a point it is disturbing. Their eagerness to please comes from a place of genuine emotions.

The narration by Stephanie Savannah stuns. She never hesitates and tackles serious material with vigor and enthusiasm.  She makes you feel everything that Alex does to his numbered and non-numbered alike. She certainly has the feel for filling the action and emotion in the right spots and keeps each character clearly defined.  As juggling acts go she’s flipping live chainsaws and making them look like rubber balls.

Final score?  This book pushes boundaries, buttons, boobies, and still tells a clear and entertaining story.  Believe me, this book has the potential to become super dark but maintains a balanced perspective with great characters, a cool setting, and nubile narration.  8.5 stars.


Picking Up the Pieces : Enthralled Series, Book 2

By: Prax Venter

Narrated by: Christian Fox

Length: 10 hrs and 1 min


I want to start by apologizing to Prax Venter for me taking so long to get to this.  I really wanted to, and then after I did I wanted to save it for this episode of the show.  Now, last time he gave me some flak for misspelling the names of all of the ladies in his book.  So, first, thanks for actually reading the review, and second I work in audible format, so I took a shot and did it all phonetically.  You hafta cut some slack sometimes.

I really liked the first book, it had one of the best time compression uses I’d seen in LITRPG, and I thought it was smartly done.  Also, having the MC sort of wake up in the middle of a groundhog day styled replay was neatly done, too. So, after the first book I was expecting some big stuff, and man Prax didn’t let me down.  I think book two is an improvement and that it shows some great development. The characters get a chance to grow and come into their own. I also think that Venter streamlined his writing style as nothing feels like it doesn’t belong.  Everything is there for a purpose, some significance, or deeper meaning. I’m not saying that you’ll get an existential crisis from reading the book, only that the writing improved and stays on point. Venter doesn’t stray far and afield, he gets into it and remains on course.

So, how naughty is it? Well, we get frequent and descriptive sex breaks that do not detract from the story.  It never came across like it does in some books, for example I listened to an audiobook called The Last Colossus which is about some people trying to survive a Megaldon attack, and they get onshore of an island that then has a volcano beginning to erupt and they decided to have sex as the lava flowed around them.  Sex scenes are all about timing, and that was poor planning on the writer’s, Michael Hodges, part. Venter doesn’t have that issue as th sex scenes feel natural and fit nicely into the story.

To avoid spoilers I will say that the ladies make some discoveries about themselves that makes them not to happy, although I suspect that there may actually be a real world resolution coming in book three.  The story is progressing quite nicely and I can’t wait to see where it goes, although I also want to get my hands on the audio of Irreverant Jack, too.

Fox does a good job on the narration, and I won’t complain about pronunciation of areolas this time around.  I will say that he is one of the few men I have heard narrate a naughty scene and didn’t make me a little uncomfortable.  I do prefer to have my naughty bits read to me by a lady if possible. Otherwise it is a lot like me reading a Penthouse Letter to myself out loud.  It doesn’t turn me on.

The story and characters have rally grown and shown improvement, and I really like where the tale is going.  Final score 8.3 stars.


Enhancer 2

By: Wyatt Kane

Narrated by: Chris Graves

Length: 7 hrs


You may recall me reviewing Enhancer some time ago, it was a decent book and received a score of 7.3.  I think the writing has improved, the story is tighter and streamlined and I liked the introduction of what looks to be a fourth member of the burgeoning Harem who may join the gang in the future.

Kane clearly builds upon book one in every way that counts.  I think that he could flesh out his characters a bit more and expound on the romance/attraction with the first two girls.  I’m not saying that they are one dimensional, but the Angie the Hut character is more of a caricature than anything else, but she is just an example.  I think all of them could be built upon some more, but I will say they are more realistic this time around, and I am more forgiving of details. Just because female deer don’t have antlers doesn’t mean that they can’t be modified on to someone if they want them.

That leads me into some of the more interesting parts of the book.  The world itself. Kane does a great job detailing various things from cosmetic to the cybernetic.  The world is a secondary character and is as alive as any of the other characters. There is a lot going on here and we get a pretty good taste.  I always say that every superpower has been thought of its how you employ them in a story that makes them cool. Kane does manage to make his heroes and villains fun, and I could see them in action.

He book picks up pretty much where the first left off.  Ty, oddly is still working a crappy job and struggling to reconcile his hero life with his life as a normie.  Then a teleporting demoness of a character, Lilith shows up and throws his life into utter chaos. Can he trust her?  Should he? How will he tell the other girls?

Chris Graves elevates this story.  His narration is on fleek, whatever that means.  He plays Angie to perfection, and gets inside of Ty’s head quite nicely.  I always appreciate his work, and know that if he’s narrating then the story will be better for it.

So, here’s the part that you ask me about the naughty business.  After all isn’t this the naughty show? So, I have to say it has an nice representation of sexy hotness without going into penthouse of hustler territory.

Final score 7.9 stars.  Lots of changes for the better, and if they were changes they were additions that book one missed.


Ganged but Not Conquered

The Full LitRPG Reverse Harem Series: Online Bimbo Bundle, Books 1-5

By: Keira Locke

Narrated by: Sierra Kline

Length: 4 hrs and 28 mins


(Opens me typing on Keyboard )  Dear Penthouse. First I would like to thank you for being there for me in my formative years, from 10 to 35, you taught me soooo very much and I deeply (heh)  appreciate it.

However, I have to say that I do not like the way that what seems to be one of your letter writers, who is not me, has tried to pull a quickie on the LITRPG community.  While I have to admit that Locke’s tale is filled with graphic sex scenes that is both detailed and sensual I do not like the clear and obvious attempt to write to market that Locke has done here.  Locke has no idea of what LITRPG is. None. Not a freaking inkling. She attempts to fool dedicated readers by using gaming terms to abysmal effect. Her fight scenes are utterly cringe worthy and display the truth that she has never gamed or even been in a fight in her life.  I can’t say the same for the sex parts, but there has to be more to as book, even a harem book, than just sex. I mean, no one skips all the build up scenes in a porn movie. You need time to get to know the characters, what drives them, and why they call up lonely pizza delivery guys when they know they have no money.

Honestly, when I first heard of this book I thought, Well here’s that reverse Harem that every one is always discussing, but never seeing come to life.   SO, I had to give it a shot. So the story is about a frumpy gal who can’t get a date in real life, and so she turns to virtual reality in order to find herself a boyfriend even if he is electronic.  She ends up having to train, and then rescue her first beau de jour.

There are a couple of things a little disturbing about the just the first book.  The MC is a virgin who is pretty insecure about herself and her having casual sex.  The game decides to “break her in” pretty quick with an NPC who almost forcibly performs a three way on her.  Honestly, it was like a hair away from straight up rape to me, but then I never got the whole 500 Shades of Gravy that all the ladies loved to read, so what do I know?  Anyway it was off putting, but I trundled along. The book never gets any better. It is basically sex scene after sex scene with barely recognizable game mechanics spread throughout.  

This is an obvious write to market novel.  Locke has numerous novels that deal with getting ganged by aliens, orcs, and tentacled monsters.  She just found a new genre to play in. If you look at her About the Author on Amazon then you’d see:

Author Keira Locke writes about women who explore love and sex with a variety of creatures: orcs, aliens (tentacled and non-tentacled), shifters, and mermen. Most of the time, the women find themselves in group situations because sharing is caring, the more the merrier, and [insert trite phrase that serves as euphemism for orgies.]

So, she pretty much just writes whatever she thinks will sell even when she has no real idea of what the subject is really about.  I’ll bet her Mermen have blow holes.

I will say that sierra Kline does a decent job on the narration, she doesn’t hold back and tears right into story.  I would say that she chews the scenery but that might be a painful prospect. I really have nothing negative to say about her, and will be adding a point at the end for her work.

Final score: 3 stars, there is a story and the characters aren’t brain dead, plus the narration was actually pretty good.  As Count Olaff says, “Look Away, Look Away” if you are looking for a naughty book with litrpg roots. It has the spice, but lacks the beef of litrpg.  Give it a good skip.


Digital Hearts

Late Night Ambitions

By: Eden Redd

Narrated by: Anneliese Rennie

Length: 7 hrs and 27 mins


My chair is turned around backward and there is a lot of honking.  I turn around I am wearing a clown wig and nose. “Erm, sorry about that.  I was just cleaning my horn. (Show horn).

I think you can tell by my appearance what my favorite scene in the book was, it was obviously the clown porn scene.  It was sooooo funny. And I have to say that once you hear it you won’t get it out of your head. It isn’t all that the book is about, and I don’t want to paint that picture, but it is just an amazing scene.

Digital hearts starts off with some players completing one game and being invited to join a new game, one that deals with romance, and love as well as some rough play sex.  It also has a serial killer. In fact, I sort of felt like this was a mash up of Dexter and Debbi Does Dallas. Sorry, I like alliteration and that’s honestly the only porno I know, aside from A Clockwork Orgy and that is too arthouse.

Anyway, the story centers on the killer who is torn between two girls.  One a dirty girl who wants him to join her team, and another nicer girl who isn’t above helping her man bury a body.  You can root for who you will, there is no right or wrong answer, and the fact that the player has to make a choice at the end of the book, and that his choice will not only shape the game but reality as well is pretty powerful.  The choice that is made may shock you, but I can honestly say that it is the one I would have made.

Digital hearts is a world that reminded me a lot of the Sims, if you virtualized yourself into the game and then was able to earn money and power in the real world.  Something is off with the real world, and I have to say that DH sort of blurred the lines. Whenever someone died they did not return, so permadeath was a factor. Plus there were points where the game felt more like it was the real world than a digital one.  I will say this is more Game lit than crunchy Litrpg, because there aren’t a ton of mechanics involved and the most obvious way to be reminded of that was by hearts appearing over heads of other players or notifications about your social standing. For example, I can’t recall if it was charisma or attractiveness but it would increase by performing certain social tasks.  I have to laugh, because I can tell this book was written by a woman, even if I had no other ideas but the social clues. For example, one character gets a boost just for listening which is something very few men ever cotton onto. I told my son, when you take a girl out don’t talk about yourself. Ask about her, and pay attention. Just listen, and you’ll remain mysterious.  He listened to me and bam, now he has a girlfriend. So, I’m not as dim as I look. So, the game works on real life principles. The story is the brainchild of Lynch, Lovecraft, Barker, and Cronenberg it is weird wild and has a neat twist ending.

The sex scenes are solid, and while I jest about the clown stuff, a little, it was intriguing and arousing so if you are interested in some down and dirty sex then this is certainly an aspect that will suck you in, no pun intended.

Anniliese Rennie narrates this story with sauce, spice, and a wink. She tackles the material like a linebacker on steroids, and gives it everything she has.  The fact that she did the clown scene so well without turning it into a slapstick shows her professionalism. Plus, her deep voice is sexy as hell. Hell, she could get one of those Howard 100 shows like Tissue Time, which I have never heard BTW (I don’t have satellite radio) very easily, and I mean that as a compliment.  Her narration skills have risen in my eyes.

Final score 8 stars.


Supers: Ex Heroes 3

A Gamelit Space Opera

By: Jamie Hawke

Narrated by: Justin Thomas James, Jeff Hays, Yvonne Syn, Carly Crawford

Length: 5 hrs and 20 mins


Hey gang, do you know what time it is in Bangkok? Neither do I but I can tell you it’s time for another SOUNDBOOTH SPOTLIGHT!!  What what what? Yep, that’s two for this show. I know. I try to space them out, but damn if SBT don’t bring the sexy out so often I didn’t have a choice.

I have to say that I am enjoying this series a lot, and I think it has gotten better in book three.  Last book we were missing Charm for too much of the story, and Charm is one of the characters who holds the book together for me.  She is the harem core. The story picks up where we last left off, with Breaker and his team trying to get to a location that will impede their enemy only when they get there things don’t go as planned and not everyone makes it out alive.

This is one of those books that manages to make the sex integral to the plot of the story, as in it is actually necessary to the plot.  Most Harem books simply include sex as part of the harem stuff, but here the MC, Breaker, has to have sex in order to maintain his powers.  The sex is fairly graphic in depiction, but not off putting. I will say that book one it seemed a bit harsher, especially concerning the heavy metal chick who only wanted her sex one way.  In this book the sex becomes a little something more. It has more depth and emotion to it and so actually elevates it above just a porn type event in the tale. Breaker and his ladies all care for one another, as a harem book’s characters should.  The story isn’t just sex intermingled with awesome action and super hero antics, although it mainly is pretty much that. It is also set in space. So it is sort of as if Peter Quill was getting it on with Gamora, Nebula, and Mantis sans Rocket, Groot, and Drax in the Guardians of the Galaxy.

The book is shorter in length but it is fast paced, filled with steamy action as well super powered battles.  I do believe that Hawke plans on writing quite a few of these books before he wraps up the tale, so the shorter length makes it feel serialized and episodic.  I will say that the story keeps me occupied and wanting more, so I’m all in for the next book.

The SBT burlesque gals clean house in sexy maid uniforms while JTJ plays a suave mother flicker.  Honestly, JTJ is so smooth he frictionless. Whenever I think of those most interesting man in the world beer commercials he’s the cat I envision (Put in Most interesting James Pic here).   The ladies really make this a fun romp. JTJ may play a naïve hero to a tee, but it is the gals that make you believe that Breaker has it going on. They tease and titillate with their voices to a point that it just isn’t fair.

Final score 8.1 stars.  The series maintains an even keel as it goes along.


The Heroic Villain

By: Charles Dean

Narrated by: Jeff Lays, Annie Hellihot, Justin Thomas Games people play, and Anaphrodisiac Rennie

Length: 14 hrs and 48 mins


Awright, you know what time it is.  That’s right it is time for another SOUNBOOTH SPOTLIGHT!!!!  Whoop Whoop!

Sorry had to naughty up the narrators a little bit since this book technically lacks naughty bits. The actual narration is performed by Jeff hays, Annie Ellicott, Justin Thomas James, with a special guest appearance by Annileise Rennie.

So, I am including this in this show for few reasons.  First, because we have a naughty MC who is the villain of the story rather than the hero.  Secondly, because Charles Dean likes to create harems and then make you want action to take place but you never get to see any action.  Third, simply because this book is such a departure from what he usually writes that there is barely any beer in the book, and nary a strip of bacon to be seen.  There is a sultry bath scene that is nicely descriptive, but don’t go looking for other types of naughtiness.

I will say that I did talk to Charles about this book, and we had a bit of a disagreement over the ending.  He claimed that when he wrote this he had no intention of writing more books in this series, and that it was a completely self-contained tale, but I disagreed.  I think the end did nothing but set up a second book. We had too many things unfinished, such as the vampire’s questline, and the other continents that needed dealing with, so I’m calling him naughty for trying to make me doubt what I’d read.

The book is clever and smartly written, and centers on a lonely guy mourning a loss and trying to just spend his days drifting about a game world doing nothing but drinking wine and eating cheese until he learns that the game is going to be shut down.  Now, any other player would just move onto a new game, but the MC, Lucas, has reasons for not wanting to see this particular game world die off. So he pairs up with a dev to figure out a new way to draw players back to the game without any new content being developed.

Dean is pretty slick in the way that he handles negative levels, and having Lucas handle betraying team members.  As always, he creates a set of characters to titillate the reader, but for me the BDSM Mercenary was my favorite. Bonnie!  That’s her name. I loved her, if I had to pick a favorite then she’d be it. There is also the sympathetic girl, played by his game changing accomplice who is more than she seems and closer to him than he realizes.

I especially enjoyed the fat spider and the flying gorilla, but the spider Saba made me laugh consistently.  A body shamed spider is not something you see everyday. The story is whip smart and crafted meticulously and definitely leaves you wanting more.

The SBT crew add in a ton of SFX and music and they perform the hell out of this book.  Oddly, I did think the drumming during the battle scenes didn’t fit as well here. They kind of distracted me from the story, and I know that I’ve said that I’ve enjoyed similar work in the past but here it just seemed out of place for some reason.  It wasn’t a game changer, but it did throw me off when it started up. Otherwise, just amazing. Oh, and kudos for including the ever amazing Anniliese Rennie in the book. That was just chocolate sauce on my whipped cream banana split. I can never get enough of Rennie, and to hear her paired up with SBT was a really special moment.  Hays is just fun, and takes a morose Lucas into a conniving villain role very believably. JTJ has fun with his role as the betrayed gamer. Anneliese fits right in with the SBT team. Personally, I think they all get better every time they do a new book.

Final score 8.6 stars.  Super awesome, with some great surprises both story wise and in the narration.


Whew!  I don’t know about you but I need a cigarette and a drink after that.  I was going to do 11 reviews, but I think the show is long enough. That’s what she said!  Ha. I hope that you all had fun with these bad boys and gals of the gamelit community. So, as mister Rogers was wont to say, Thank you very much for watching everyone, I do appreciate you taking to the time to watch or listen to the show. If you want to support us, you can like the LitRPG Podcast face book page or the YouTube Page, or just share and like the video.  Please leave comments or suggestions in the comments below, I do listen as this show was requested by one of the listeners. So please feel free to tell me whatever you like or make a request. We still have a dungeon special coming soon. I enjoy the feedback so please provide some.

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