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Power Mage 4

Autor: Hondo Jinx
Sprecher: Andrea Parsneau
Serie: Power Mage, Titel 4
Spieldauer: 8 Std. und 18 Min.
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Unleash the beast! 

Deep in the heart of Texas, Brawley vows to build a base, explore Red Haven, and protect his women.

Seven orders. Seven amazing powers. Seven beautiful teachers. 

He needs to work hard, crack strands, and avoid the attention of those hunting him. And oh yeah, his family and friends want to know why he’s shacking up with five gorgeous women and stockpiling a mountain of ammo. Meanwhile, his newly released Beast just wants to teach all enemies a lesson they’ll never forget....

Don’t mess with Texas! 

But how can Brawley succeed when psionic outlaws seize neighboring ranches, threatening to kick off a bloody range war? 

Warning: Like my other work, this series contains explicit scenes. It has violence and a harem element.

©2019 Hondo Jinx (P)2020 Hondo Jinx

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It's as if he lost 50 IQ points

So many foolish decisions, so many discussions that go absolutely nowhere, so many times when the wrong questions are asked and so many times when ppl don't talk about important stuff for absolutely no reason. For example it doesn't make any sense why the protagonist needed half the book to realise and believe that the bad guy is a seeker, considering how he had to deal with these everywhere he's been since the 1st book. Many of the women are also seriously under utilised except for sex scenes, for example the infiltration of the bad guys lands could've been easily arranged shortly after they realised that the land was cloaked and at least 2 of the women would have had the perfect skills for that. And then this really strange regression of the protagonists character where he realises that something is bad, wrong or strange but just puts everything on the backburner for later to find out himself instead of talking about these things with his wifes, wich is what he would've done in book 1-3 and wich would've been a much more intelligent approach. Also this strange notion that the protagonist is somehow responsible for the death and carnage that other bad ppl do is getting pretty old. For example when all point an accusing finger at him because of what Uno did with Zmobies and nobody has the decency to point out that the evil person is at fault here, not the person that was trying to lay low as much as possible. I'm quite disappointed with this book if I compare it to the books 1-3.