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Djinn Tamer: The Bronze League Trilogy

A LitRPG Series Boxset
Sprecher: Oliver Wyman
Serie: Djinn Tamer - Bronze League, Titel 1-3
Spieldauer: 33 Std. und 28 Min.
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The Djinn Tamer Bronze League boxset is a complete LitRPG trilogy with plenty of progression and monster-battling elements, perfect for fans of Pokémon and My Hero Academia. 

Jackson Hunt dreams of becoming a professional monster tamer - to capture, power up, and battle creatures called Djinn. But dreaming of becoming a champion and actually achieving mastery are two very different things. 

Before he can ever become a champion, Jackson must tame his first monster - a wild, feral Djinn left to him by his dead mother. And then there’s the small problem of fighting in illegal underground tournaments. 

Join Jackson and his team of Djinn as they level up, tame new monsters, and battle their way to the top of the league. Skills will be tested, powers unleashed. Victory won’t come without a cost. 

Experience LitRPG’s first foray into monster-battling today in this special edition omnibus including the entire Djinn Tamer: Bronze League Trilogy. 

Books included in the set: 

Book 1: Starter

Book 2: Rivals

Book 3: Evolution

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Getting better... kids underdog series

Wow, I was “forced” to listen through the whole 3 books and was actually impressed that it was not rated as a kids book. Book one: kids battling with weird tamed animals, a very, very stupid hero and a flat storyline. Sounds familiar? The Djinns (Pokémon) can be stored in rings (poke balls) and the fanboy hero seems to know nothing about his dream job... No surprises, no finesse, just like the anime... Book two: getting a bit more interesting, a little less dumb but still a kids book. Book three: now we start having some decent plots and that’s the only reason I gave it 2 stars. It’s still dull and full of cliches but at least it gets a little interesting. Maybe I should wait for the Gold league to be released and start again from there. I m pretty sure lots of kids will enjoy this series, unfortunately I m a bit too old for it...