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    Inhaltsangabe

    The vaunted power of the Mage’s College. Unbounded freedom among the Wolfmen. The best of both worlds.

    Recent college grad Sam King was hoping for a backpacking trip across Europe as a graduation present. Instead, he’s going to get a different kind of trip: a three-month stint in the ultimate immersive gaming experience. As a lifelong geek, gamer, and outsider, it’s a better gift then he’d ever dreamed.

    But when he jumps feetfirst into the world of Eternium, run by CAL (the Certified Altruistic Lexicon), it’s not exactly what he expected. All he wants is to quest, game, grind some levels, and get his hands on awesome loot. You know, have fun! But the Mage’s College seems to have a very different definition of fun - one involving study, blisteringly strict regulations, aristocratic hierarchy, and tons of pay to play.

    Sam crosses the college and finds himself running for his life with a back-talking book that is far more than it seems and a class that no one has even heard of. If he can navigate the deadly college politics and the looming war with the barbaric Wolfmen, he might just find the fun and adventure he was looking for.

    ©2019 Mountaindale Press (P)2020 Mountaindale Press

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    I absoluly live it

    Its starts a little bit slow and gets better and better in the end was loufing mad 😂

    3 Leute fanden das hilfreich

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    this was awesomeeeee

    it is amazing. i cannot understand bad reviews ok it could do with a little more jokes but

    i cant wait to see the stories all intertwine more in later books or series. the universe dakota and his co-authors are creating has the potential to become the mirror world (hope that is the english name) for lit-rpg literature

    the bibliomancer is setting the start of a parallel story line to the ritualist books. you can expect to ger more detailed knowledge of the mage college and the wolfman race here.
    since it is the kind of first book for this character you have repetative information about the world basics, but hey this way you can Start the whole completionist series here aswell

    in general it feels like the target audience for this book are people around graduet age so its nice to look back at the problems one had at that period in life

    i would continue but then the spoilers start

    overall well done job cant wait for more

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    Rating compared to the rest of the books

    Not a bad story, just an unlikable main character, out of the three narrators the series has/had he is the weakest (not bad, just not as good as Adams and Daniels)

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    • Gesamt
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    Very good additional story to the series.

    For everyone who likes the series a must. didn't like the main character as much as in the other books of Dakota's series.

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    • Gesamt
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    very nice story

    love how everything is intertwined in the world of dakota krout. reminds me very much of the works of Terry Pratchett. very enjoyable and light book.

    • Gesamt
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    I am so waiting for the next one

    Honestly I love the whole completionist chronicles. Definetly my favourite LitRPG. But Bibliomancer isjust such an amazing class that I especially crave the next installment of the Wolfman warlock. And boy dies he need to catch up with our bold Ritualist ^^'

    • Gesamt
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    I really enjoyed it

    Entertaining, some really surprising twists, a good bunch of pop-cultural quotes,
    funny and lighthearted...
    A great time to blow away some autumn clouds and Covid madness.
    Looking forward to part 2

    • Gesamt
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    A great experience overall (No Spoiler)

    I bought that book after i've listened to the first 4 Books of "The Completionist Chronicles" and i would anyone buying this in the future recommend to do the same.
    Its not necessary since the world gets explained (again) in the beginning, but its easier to follow if you do.


    My main complaint is the pacing.

    This book starts really slow, like...veeeery slow since the world gets introduced once again in its very detail. I might only think that because i recognized a lot of phrases that were used 1:1 in the chronicles already, literally copy+paste.
    (makes sense with these type of books, but if you already know the world it might get boring to listen to it all over again.)

    That being said, i recommend you power through that part since it picks up the pace later on by a huge amount.

    In fact, i think the mid-to-end part could've easily been 2 Books of their own. A lot of it feels rushed and just gets summarized to get the story moving quicker. A lot is left to explain and when the second book comes out i hope it all gets cleared up. (After listening to this i am sure there will be a sequel)

    This is why i just had to give it 4 instead of 5 Stars.
    This complaint aside. The characters are great, the concept of the "Bibliomancer" is quite interesting and leaves a lot of room for future growth and the story itself is very hooking after the boring part is over.

    **The Reader**
    The reading is overall very good, however once characters scream (or are loud in general) he "squeeks" i dont know how else to describe it. Its a high tone that threw me off a couple times, but other than that its very well read.

    Hence why i took one star away here aswell (4/5)

    **Overall**

    I decided to give it 5 Stars overall because the other aspects of this book are so strong that they easily overshadow the weaknesses.

    >> Definitely a must-read (or hear) for everyone that enjoyed The Completionist Chronicles. <<