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A new chapter in the Limitless Lands saga begins. 

Vaguely remembering the accident that might have killed him, retired Navy captain Craig Larson is offered a chance at a new life. Choosing the body of a half-man, half-serpent creature called a naga, Larson must fight to secure a place for himself in this new world. Soon, he finds himself in a fight against pirates, thieves, and terrors of the deep, all of which seek to end his new life before it truly begins. 

But Larson is not easily deterred. He will call upon a loyal crew and decades of knowledge from his previous life, standing ready with steel and spell to cut down all who oppose him as he seeks to conquer the Limitless Seas.

©2020 Dean Henegar (P)2021 Dean Henegar

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A good litrpg

A fresh litrpg, I enjoyed the darker MC compared to limitless lands MC.

its definitely worth a listen.

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  • Dalton Acosta
  • 21-04-2021

Wonderful Fun

This is, I believe, Dean’s eighth book and the quality really shows. I should say that I’m no fan of seafaring or pirate books and would have not given this a second glance if not for already being a fan of Deans two other series “Limitless Lands and Derelict”. Here we have what I would describe as the Author and Narrator truly hitting their stride. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and am left wanting more. Captain Larson is definitely a hard and violent man without being cruel or unfair. Several of the secondary characters are intriguing and unique. I am left looking forward to seeing them further fleshed out in the future.

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  • Alexander
  • 20-04-2021

Great start

Amazing. different than the other main series but is very good. loved the nonhuman and melee MC. few characters from the first series but it works out well.

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  • Sven
  • 23-04-2021

Super fun

I love the writer and can’t get enough of his books, I can’t wait for the second book. My only hang up is the voice of the nurse/ the sister. It grates on my ears, every other voice is perfect that weird wanna be southern voice. The story is awesome and well paced, I am really excited to see where this story goes

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  • Ahoss
  • 20-07-2021

Another fantastic entry the Limitless lands world

Another well written entry for Limitless Lands and Dean Henegar. I'll anxiously be waiting the next installments release!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-07-2021

more please!!!!!!!

such a fun book, I cant wait for more. thank you for the limitless lands and now sea's cant wait for the 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13-06-2021

Limitless seas

Extremely enjoyable book! Very entertaining, heaps of action, good banter. And a wonderful job by jack voraces! What a great narrator wow

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-06-2021

Annoying

The book actually starts at chapter 5 with 4 chapters of non-content content. Unless you don’t know what slaves or rowing are.

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  • A. R. Holloway
  • 17-05-2021

The Dynamic Duo do it again!

Dean Henegar and Jack Voraces do it again! Fantastic new story in a semi-familiar world, with interesting new characters that is truly a different beast from what we have seen so far!

Unique, and yet familiar, this is a great story that I can't wait to listen to book 2 from.

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  • A speed Reader
  • 12-05-2021

Enjoyable!

I discovered Dean Heneger in the Limitless Lands series and thought I would give this book a try since its in the same universe.

I am glad that I did! I believe this series will be enjoyed more than Limitless Lands.

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  • Customer
  • 11-05-2021

Great Setting, Good Story, and Okay Narration

It is incredibly smart and fun to create a LitRPG in a pirate setting. The story is well-told and there entertaining. I'm even excited for the next book despite narration that occasionally uses such ridiculous voices for side characters (the child who sounds like a monster despite just being a child, the numerous "Southern" women who sound like a man doing a silly caricature, others). That's just something I'm going to have to look past in order to enjoy the series.

Additionally, I don't find an old captain to be particularly relatable and if you add being a naga to that recipe, then I'm even more alienated. Having said that, while I can't inhabit that character, I can empathize with anything. Also, an old person dying is a minor tragedy, so it lowers the stakes for the sub-plot. Imagine if the main character was a merboy who had feet on ship but a tale in the sea and who only gained skills as a captain through the system. He'd be much more vulnerable and it would give ample opportunity to explain basic ship skills to the audience through the young character's eyes.

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  • sloth
  • 04-07-2021

great return to the limitless land/seas world!!

it's a great return to the limitless land/seas I loved following raytak's story and Larson's is off to a strong start bring on book 2

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-06-2021

Slow progressing with a decent story to share

This is my first dig into the Limitless series. I have not had the pleasure of reading Limitless Lands, but that is no issue for the story and you can easily start this series without even having heard of the previous one.

Unfortunately, I'd argue that this is a very softcore LitRPG. The interactions between our main character and the system is often limited, and the way the story is told, often feels odd and forced. Larsson describes himself this problem perfectly: "He had almost forgotten this aspect of his life", where he refers to the game system. The story therefore takes on more of the genre of a pirate fantasy novel. This quote was taken half way through the book. The story of the book unfolding slowly - really slowly, which makes you as a reader go: "Why do I even care for this person? Why am I interrested in following his story?" 🤔

Another thing you keep asking yourself is: When will Larsson meet other players? Is this person a player or an NPC? Theres no differentiation between the two for a long while, leaving you asking once again; is this really a LitRPG?

Jack Voraces voices the characters and does a decent job in switching between the different set of characters available. One thing that again confuses me more, than it adds to the story, is the wide - and I do mean wide- range of accents. Jamacian, Texan, Piratey, e.g.. The list goes on. Even close family members of the main characters dont share a familiar accent. This breaks immersion at several points, until you get used to the incredibly wide mix of accents. I might be biased from playing WoW, but I'd argue that Orcs would not talk with that heavy a Jamaican accent.

Overall, a decent story, but not amazing.

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  • C. Rowlands
  • 27-04-2021

Welcome return to the limitless lands

While the previous series of limitless lands books ended strongly, it always felt like the world that the author had created had plenty of room for more stories to come from it too, so I was very interested to see how well this new series would work. The basic premise to setup this series is fairly similar to the previous one, the differences leading very logically to the new setting for this series in a manner that makes sense rather than feeling contrived.

The performance of the narrator is, as always, very distinctive and helps to bring these new characters to life very quickly, the only slight downside to the distinctive performance is that one or two voices sound familiar to those in previous books, but that also shows how memorable they became.

Overall, it is great to return to the world of the limitless lands with a new cast and new setting, now there is just the issue of waiting for book two to arrive.

[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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  • kharnynb
  • 24-04-2021

A great addition to the limitless lands world!

Disclaimer, I got this as a free review copy, but would have paid if I hadn't.

This is the second "series" in limitless lands, and while it can be read on it's own, I would suggest reading series 1 first(and it's awesome, so no loss there).
The book follows a somewhat similar origin as the first series, and is somewhat slow to start, but well done as a whole.
This is set in a aquatic/boat setting and follows that idea quite nicely, with some minor "base building" as the boat gets improved.

Audio by Jack voraces was great as usual.

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  • Jonathan
  • 22-04-2021

Another excellent book

I was lucky enough to receive a review code for this book. Dean Henegar has delivered again with the excellent Jack Voraces bringing his characters to life. The world building continues from the solid base provided by the first series, with another challenging medical case that requires immersion in this virtual world. The setting as a sea captain is quite different from the previous series, and the main character is somewhat darker.

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