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The Dao of Magic, Book II

Autor: Andries Louws
Sprecher: Pavi Proczko
Serie: The Dao of Magic, Titel 2
Spieldauer: 19 Std. und 32 Min.
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Full pirate mode. Dungeons to explore. A quest to gather the eight skulls!

Drew has finally got it all together. First, there is his pocket dimension, a quickly growing area based around his good buddy, Tree. Then there are his students, six random kids he...liberated. Finally, there is the dragon stalking him. 

Cultivating, sailing, staying ahead of trouble. That’s his plan as he moves into the creation of his solid Core. Seducing a dragon was a total accident. Nuking an Island? Let’s not focus on the details. They started it. 

What’s the best thing to do while getting his magical career and development back on track? Play pirate, of course!

©2019 Andries Louws (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Good, but got a bit to confusing xD

It's more of the same from the first one.

Funny.
Hard to guess what happens next (mostly).
And a wack job of an adventure.
Waiting for the next book. Probably more crazyness, as the whole world gets royaly fuc....


I personally don't like the whole "Slaves & Rape" setting that a good bunch of the book is about. Not that the MC does anything like that. More the fact, that he's involved in resceueing said poor souls. I knew that this world and the fiction world isn't all sunshine and icecream. But it breaks you out of the immersion, as most of the story is more lighthearthed.

Wouldn't have needed to go so deeply in detail there. And lacked some deepth on topics that where really interesting, so it got a 4 star overall and a 4 star on story.

The speaker, is still the soul of this book. Each and every character is so loveable and unique. Except the slavers, he makes me want to drown them. Well that's good too ... but i rather would have enjoyed not rememebering the cruel sides xD.

Confusing for me was.
Why the heck he started a school, just to let them run on autopilot trough some programm he made.
I guess he doesn't wanna bother ... but it takes away alot of time on the story and goes nowhere. Just confusing.


Lola is still as cute as ever.