Excise (A Post-Apocalyptic LitRPG): Ether Collapse, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Otherworldly invasions. Nuclear meltdowns converted to dark power. A quest assigned by the planet itself.
Three weeks ago the world started anew as buildings literally stood up, fearsome monsters materialized, and humanity’s way of life changed forever. Now, Rockland Barkclay must continue to protect his people from a new threat while dealing with internal issues that keep popping up. For instance, will he choose to heed the warning of his resurrected Ancestral Guide as she notices the edges of an ancient conspiracy?
Things take a turn for the worse thanks to a freshly awakened God - or was it the fearsome evolution of Earth's wildlife? Regardless of the cause, the group discovers something dark and twisted in the Atlantean System, invited by a recent unmanned nuclear catastrophe.
The apocalypse isn’t over; it’s just luring everyone into a false sense of security.
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|Listening Length||16 hours and 40 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 08, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #30,462 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Well, there are so many antagonists and future battles on the horizon for this cast of characters simply trying to survive this rendition of Apocalypse and rebuild Earth(see: Gaia).
We lost so many more characters I have come to love in these pages. Needless and Endless death for not only Algonquin Territory, but one can only imagine the more widespread loss across the entire planet. Is Apep a force many other Territories are currently facing? Is there a way for Algonquin to reach out to this other survivors and inform them of the other dangers they face? Namely, the potential for invasion from the Mechano-Lord's?
In what way will Gaia manifest defenses against this further attack? Is there a way to reach the embodiment of their planet and achieve a more cohabitative understanding and force against the rising dangers they will both face? I don't believe she is so uncaring about that species that will inhabit her body, these invaders are bound to only wish to strip her of her bounty.
Thankfully, there's been some advantageous additions to their forces with the sentient Golems and Bathilda. As well, some advancement for the state of their Territory. Although, I think there are some obvious and glaring holes in the systems they are placing to safeguard themselves. Namely, that it's still in much of a disarray state and that they don't have a concrete governing or structuring done to ensure smooth operations day-to-day. Pair that with the fact that people aren't openly sharing important information, in lieu of assuming everyone else has already figured it out. You can simply imagine the ways in which they hamstring themselves already.
My main interest an query after reading this book focuses on the other beings wrongfully attacked or enslaved that have been introduced to us. Alice with her entire race living in hiding deep beneath the surface of her home world. Ragnar in his unwilling servitude to Apep. I think this is the main avenue Rocky and Co. should focus on in conscripting allies for their future salvation.
Obviously, you will want to read the first book of the series before diving into this one. The first book is an excellent read, as is this one, and if you like the LitRPG genre this series is one you will enjoy.
This author seems to have listened to the many (many) complaints about Rocky's weird swearing habits, and created a reason to stop. I doubt that this was the original intent, but at least we no longer have to give a flying flounder about it.
Hopefully, in the next one victory will be achieved through planning and skill, rather than dumb luck, and inept villainy. That would earn it a 5star rating. Tom out
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Honestly theres so much going on that its hard to pinpoint just one thing! My mind is reeling with the possibilities of the next book!!
Thanks Ryan! Now what do i do until the next book!almost feel like writing fan fiction based on this world and the characters! Haha
Basically. Check out the series. If you have a question about anything, i can almost guarantee you you'll find answers for those questions! Such a good time sink.
For some reason, this book just didn't click with me in the same way and I just don't know why.
I'm going to think about this more and edit my review once I can somewhat quantify what I mean.