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    Tell me, Daniel can you kill a god?

    A tower, perched on the edge of infinity.
    A man, doomed to wander its floors eternally.
    A mission, where the balance of the world is at stake.

    Daniel is a trapped soul. His life has one purpose - survive floor after floor of enemies determined to destroy him. But when a Dark Lord with his own agenda arrives offering a second chance at life, everything changes.

    Bestowed the Godhand, Daniel has but one mission: Survive and climb the tower to overthrow its master and claim the tower as his own.

    But the journey will be perilous.

    Every floor of the tower contains unique challenges. Each revealing apocalyptic perversions of humanity.

    In the monster-ridden realm of Pandemonium, Daniel has but one choice. He must become one.

    He must become a monster.

    Yes. I can.

    ©2021 Wolfe Locke (P)2021 Spectrum Audiobooks

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    Way too short

    The story so far is ok but since this book is only 4 hours long it just really isn't enough to say anything conclusiv about it.
    I was entertained enough by the book, but unless the next one isn't at least twice as long I might not bother buying it.