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  • The Completionist Chronicles, Book 7
  • By: Dakota Krout
  • Narrated by: Luke Daniels
  • Length: 12 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (107 ratings)

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Invent

By: Dakota Krout
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Class secrets revealed. A large shoe to fill. Peace is only on the table.

Joe’s candidacy was successful beyond his wildest dreams. Between driving the elves out of dwarven sovereign territory, utterly destroying an army of thousands, and using resources he could have used for himself to bring back the fallen on his own side...his reputation begins to precede him once more.

The human was so successful that many people even within the dwarven faction have decided that they need to step forward to stop him. Realizing that he’s been in the public eye too long, Joe decides that it’s time to step out of fighting the war and instead focus on completing new quest lines and consolidating power.

After all, letting other people decide the course of war has always worked out for him in the past.

©2022 Dakota Krout (P)2022 Mountaindale Press

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Much better than the last one.

This Instalation feels much better than the previous book. Feels the way it went back in the previous relm.
Mabey ist just due to there being more Jackson again.

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Still good

Though Jo progressed his skills, there was a distinct lack of action in this book. I suppose that is to be expected, as this volume appears to be setting up the next major quest, however it did make certain parts of the reading experience slightly less enjoyable. I still enjoyed the book overall though, and the narration was simply wonderful! Looking forward to the next one. I found the performances of Mate and Jackson particularly entertaining.

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Good twist

Great twist . Didn’t sacrifice the characters progress but definitely added some spice to the story

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The biggest F up of all time

In this book, Joe and Aten screw up about as bad as it’s possible to do. Joe is twice as annoying as last book. Definitely a worse book than the previous which is a shame, but also explores some deeper story elements that previous books have ignored.

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The series is getting worse every book

The performance is really well done, too bad the same can not be said about the story.
An MC who runs around confused and doing very little for 3/4 of the book.
And then a cliche event that makes the other 1/4 pointless.

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story okay but stupid and MC Stupidy

story is good but stupid for MC, but Jo seems to be distracted and care to much on himself then others but his MC but since having high intelligence but bad memory and forgets many things and can barely kept focus on task and skills. why is the writer making himself being from caring person to only caring about his own selfish needs not caring about others. he needs love interest and Dallena seems to be perfect for him in many ways and will progress a great deal considering everyone else seems have more power and stat's better then him and constantly thinks to much and gets lost in hisb thoughts and gets him in bad situations and killed.. he seems to be scared to talk to people about things feeling others think his stupid or not skilled enough.

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Idiot plot

the only reason this book plot works is because everyone is an idiot including the main character you should look at the low reviews on Goodreads for a more detailed analysis. ruined the whole series for me and I refunded the next book because according to the reviews it gets worse.

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