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The Daily Struggles of an Immortal: A Superhero Adventure

Immortal Supers, Book 1
Serie: Immortal Supers, Titel 1
Spieldauer: 9 Std. und 36 Min.
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In a world where almost everyone has a superpower, Sam Archer finds himself with one of the most useless abilities of all - immortality. Sure, he can’t die, but he sure as hell can’t fight back either. If anything, the incapacity to die has turned out to be a hassle for Sam, with ridiculous requests for obnoxious favors being a primary concern. However, his coworker Lily Dodson is about to make his life a lot more interesting with her unique proposal.

Warning: This book contains adult content that may not be suitable for all audiences, including suggestive adult scenes, slight harem elements, consensual sexual aggression on a male character by a female (slight BDSM elements), graphic violence, talk about self-harming behavior, and alcohol consumption/drug use. However, this book does not contain overly vulgar language, and it has parts you may find wholesome.

©2018 Kurtis Eckstein (P)2019 Kurtis Eckstein
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no real friends in this story

Nobody in this story acts like a real friend, the protagonists "best friend" wants the protagonist to suffer immense pain, because he feels a little alone since the protagonist got a gf.
The gfs best friend kidnaps the protagonist and is extremly unapologetic about it.
The protagonist has the willpower of sagy bread and cheats on his gf with his kidnapper, shortly after promising her he wouldn't do exactly that.

If the story wouldn't try to make these ppl likeable I wouldn't have any problems with the story, but the story clearly wants the listener to like these garbage ppl wich makes the character interactions extremly annoying.