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  • The Completionist Chronicles, Book 6
  • By: Dakota Krout
  • Narrated by: Luke Daniels
  • Length: 13 hrs and 24 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (176 ratings)

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Inflame

By: Dakota Krout
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Invasions and sabotage. Two civilizations doing anything to exist. War crimes are the norm.

Joe takes his first step into exile, and is promptly unable to breathe. This new Zone has a higher concentration of power, magnitudes denser. His first task is to survive, but mere survival is the least of his concerns.

The Zone he has landed on has been in a state of constant war for thousands of years, a tug of war between the Elven and Dwarven societies. Not choosing a side is the same as declaring both to be your personal enemy. Though he is resistant, Joe reluctantly decides to go with the group he thinks will help him grow the most - and is instantly plunged into their bitter war. To gain the freedom he desires, Joe needs to turn to the less savory aspects of his class.

Engulfed by darkness, Joe can only hope he’ll be able to snuff out the light.

©2021 Dakota Krout (P)2022 Mountaindale Press

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no complaints

The humor and writing made this a great book. The narration was as good as one can hope with a society of dwarves but the best thing the narrator did was the bloopers.

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Great Series

A bit of a change up from the rest of the series however it is still a great book. Narrator is amazing and love the bloopers at the end. Looking forward to the rest of the series.

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Not to bad.

Had a good time. Fun to see what happens to him. The first few are still the best of the series but I did enjoy it.

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still good, but not the best in the series

quite a bit of change up in this one, done decently if a bit confusing at times. what you've come to expect in essence is still here if not in specific details.
you'll enjoy this one if you enjoyed the previous ones.

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Series just can't stop getting better

This Saga just keeps getting better and better. Now begins the tedious task of waiting for the next fix !

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Not my absolute favourite but still a super fun time

I think this entry was not quite as good as the last one, though I still enjoyed the book very much and finished it in a couple of days. I can't wait to see where the story goes from here, and the narrator's voice work is next level in this one.

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A bit lacking in agency otherwise great.

That alchemy building is destined to be razed as like that smelly warehouse he will proberbly make a base underneath the capital where the trash is. Joe can keep making low quality jars the absorb all the trash essences from the surrounding trash and keep making more with the trash essences and use the low quality cores he gets from koreify. This will eventually make a zone perfect for crafting as there would be no trash essences in the surroundings to worsen the final product. This exponential growth possibility has already been pointed out as it would only take 2 weeks to get a return on investment.

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Great stuff

More Joey Goodness.
Good shift of pace from the last books and I am looking forward to see where we go from here

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The Narator AGAIN rocks this series

This could quite easily be a stand alone book by itself wich kinda bumed me Out to start woth but as it picked up pace it totaly won me over. Can't wait for the next book.

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eh, losing it's magic

I started reading this series after reading the Murderhobo books (by the same author) and enjoying them a lot, and while the first 2 were pretty enjoyable I've since found that this series is difficult to stay invested in.

Joe's original party were interesting characters, his second party seemed... like it was trying too hard to be unique, and he spend most of this book without a party thus having more of a focus on him and I have to say that he's becoming harder to empathise with. Part of it is that his character just has too many skills, so when and where attention is focused seems scattered and illogical. Many many times in this book he points this out himself, or decides on a direction, and then seems to forget about it a chapter or 2 later. He originally started as a logical and detail orientated person who occassionally had his emotions and current events get the better of him, but has become someone who just wings everything based on what's directly in front of him. It's harder to connect with, I assume because it seems like he's making bad decisions, he should be smarter than this. And everything working out in the end doesn't really negate that.

I hope that the next book gives him a chance to rejoin with old party members, time to sit down and consolidate his skills, get back to a point where he's on top of a few things. But right now it feels like he's not on top of anything and making suboptimal choices and it's low key frustrating throughout the whole book.

I'm still intending to give the next book a chance in the hopes that it improves, but this one was definitely not what I'm looking for in this kind of series.

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