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If a strange, beautiful woman offered to take you away from your dead-end life to a wonderful new world, would you go? What if, in this strange new world, your greatest talent was the key to restoring magic and saving a kingdom?

Still on board?

How about if you would win the hearts of a beautiful elven princess, a noble warrior woman, and a cunning fox-elf? All sounds good, right?

But what if there was an army of beasts and twisted elves standing in your way, trying to kill you and your friends? And how about the maniacal mastermind that stole the magic away in the first place?

Think you could handle him?

Well, you could...if you were an ultimate mage. Ready to get started?

©2020 Simon Archer (P)2020 Simon Archer

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  • Stephen Juba
  • 05-06-2020

not worth it

horrible narrorator. i read the book when it came out and i liked it. but wow is this bad. totally 1 dimentional

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  • Matthew P McAllister
  • 23-06-2020

Still not sure about this one

I really enjoyed the premise of the story, and thought the magic system was interesting. The MC's relationships and interactions throughout the book are also well done. The dialogue is the only real downside, and although it is distracting is not a dealbreaker for the next book. Every conversation is basically 'that's a great question' or'wow, you are amazing'. The only other issue is the combat. You have no sense of time or space with how it is occurring. Overall, I recommend this one for light listening or background noise.

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  • Matt
  • 09-09-2020

fairly basic story but good overall

the authors other series are better in my opinion. story was basic, told well but no twists or turns or much excitement tbh. not bad but not really good either. I'll probably pick up the other books in the series at some point but they're not high on my wish list

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-06-2020

its so boring

look i wanted to like this book. I ground through over half of it just hoping for something to happen and it just didn't happen for me. nice start with the music thing but just dragged on after that. kinda sorry i bought it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-08-2020

meh

the story line was a little weird to follow, almost like a young adult (13-14 years of age ish) story line with adult content. There were times while listening that I was asking myself "okay, but why?" do to world mechanics, the choice of main character being chosen to do his role by the other characters, and story progression based off of assumptions from characters that were so blatant that it wasn't even funny.

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  • richard dickerson
  • 25-08-2020

not what I was expecting

I was hoping for a decent isekai, but this more about music than swords & magic

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  • by Kurk Morris
  • 05-07-2020

meh

characters are not believable or relatable. and are exceedingly chill about what is going on around him, no mystery

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  • adam
  • 20-06-2020

Repetitive questions and a page filler

the main Character is so repetitive he asked the same questions over and over and over again I get you're trying to get the information across but If you have the main character asked the same questions again and again within the same like 5 page span you're just repeating yourself and trying to buff up your book with words lets it

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  • Micke
  • 28-10-2020

Good and easy feel good book

I'm usually pretty sceptical and this book has a lot of bad reviews. But I like the book. Its little childish and predictable. But is well written and have a feel good feeling. Some nice harem aswell. It should be more and use to develop char and their relationships. I like it!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 17-08-2020

same 2d guy getting praise for nothing

its the same generic most boring version of the male fantasy they could of taken anyone who had been to a music school and replaced then with our guy who just goes along with anything anyone ever asks of him also his interactions with women who actually blushes when a women touches his arm

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