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Meet Threadbare. He is 12 inches tall, full of fluff, and really, really bad at being a hero. 

Magically animated and discarded by his maker as a failed experiment, he is saved by a little girl. But she's got problems of her own, and he might not be able to help her.

Fortunately for the little golem, he's quick to find allies, learn skills, gain levels, and survive horrible predicaments. Which is good, because his creator has a whole lot of enemies …

Warning: Contains profanity and violence.

©2017 Andrew Seiple (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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  • Wanderer4of8
  • 06-06-2018

Another great LitRPG, and more humorous than most.

This book was great! It allows you to discover a fun new world alongside the protagonist, and really gets you to identify with him. It's full of silliness and ridiculousness that still feels natural together, and mocks RPGs just the right amount to get you laughing out loud. It has charming relationships, and some good twists, and what looks like it will be a promising series-long story arc. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and if you have enjoyed any LitRPGs before, then you'll definitely enjoy this one.

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  • Chad
  • 18-07-2018

The little toaster

This isn't really a kids book because of some of the adult themes. It has a great story with good narration. I'd recommend it for anyone going on a long trip and wants something not too distracting.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-08-2018

a delightful tale

The narrator's voice made this book sound like a bedtime fairytale. Perfect. But this is no children's story. While majority of it seemed childlike considering our protagonist view is innocent and new, there are some dark scenes. Which makes it confusing. But it is one of the better LitRPGs

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  • Morris
  • 17-07-2018

Awesome litrpg In fact Awesome Adventure altogether

Man I didn’t know what to expect I saw he Winnie the poo like image and thought sure why not but wow the first chapter had me in stitches!
Great story wonderful example of litrpg and worth the credit and more

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  • MAP
  • 16-07-2018

Wonderful

I want the other 2 books on audiobook as soon as possible please. Loves the story & characters. Fun addicting adventure I want more.

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  • Doc Merlin
  • 10-07-2018

I wish I could give this book a 6th star

This book was fantastic, not just as litRPG, but as a story. The characters are great. The story is fantastic and the performance is quite good. 5/5 will read again.

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  • Laura
  • 02-07-2018

Terry Pratchett meets LittleBigWorld

Forget the typical tween wish fulfillment story you get with a lot of LitRPGs. This is Adorable (LVL 10) with a sprinkling of dry wit in a well-portrayed, medieval-with-fantasy setting. Very refreshing for the genre. Lots of good feels all around.

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  • Jacob Santos
  • 15-08-2018

laugh out loud adorable

The kindle edition was interesting but never gripped me like listening. The book reminds me of old style fantasy, like young adult fantasy, I forget the series, but the land resembles Florida. The LitRPG elements do tend to add some humor but the system is wildly soft magic type.

What I mean is that the leveling and attribute system is convenient and it is to move the plot along. It is done well, but it is not as seamless as other LitRPG books.

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  • Richard Owen
  • 15-08-2018

A teddy bear will save his hoomans.

First off, Reynolds makes every book sound amazing. His voices breathe life into each of the characters on a level few narrators can touch. And he does not disappoint in this novel.
Second, this story beings the cutest beings into existence to go on a worthwhile adventure and do something legitimately important. I've already downloaded the second book and am looking forward to powering through it over the next few day.
If you like the idea of a silent stuffed bear protagonist getting into fights and leveling up his adorable skills, give this book a listen.

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  • Michael Harbison
  • 13-08-2018

Funny, and Heartwarming Adventure Story

I wasn't sure about this book when I first purchased it. However, I took a chance on it because Tim Gerard Reynolds is the narrator. The book starts off a bit rough because of the RPG mechanics. The reading of the character status sheet, skill level ups, and job descriptions is a bit jarring for the first few chapters. Once you get it going though, the story and characters pull you in. Threadbare is an adorable character who is trying his best to get by in the strange world of "hoomans" while getting stronger to protect his new family. The story is funny, exciting, stressful and a really great listen. I've already got the next book and can't wait to get started on it.

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  • Allan
  • 06-06-2018

Very disappointed in the book

Very disappointed in the book

I have listened to the first 2 1/2 hours of the book and I have no empathy with either threadbare the cat Celia or her father, even during the first large fight scene I am not sure if it is the author or the narrator I just can’t get into the book which is very disappointing considering I’ve been waiting for this book for quite awhile and audio

All I can say is this book is just not for me even though I like the genre I like the idea

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