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  • Etinhym

  • Path of Graves, Book 1
  • By: E. A. Hooper
  • Narrated by: Holter Graham
  • Length: 15 hrs and 57 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Etinhym

By: E. A. Hooper
Narrated by: Holter Graham
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Summary

The Light Pantheon rules from above. The Dark Pantheon rules from below. Together, they defeated the other divine races and became the masters of Etinhym.

Eadric is the son of the Grave Queen, but he was raised in the Crown Realm as part of the alliance between the two pantheons. After reaching the age of 18, he’s finally able to choose the path that will allow him to acquire demigod abilities and explore the many realms of Etinhym. Although his goal is to become a Grave Lord, serving under his mother, he finds himself following the trail of a conspiracy that threatens the divine pact that has kept the jotuns, the valkyries, the greater demons, and the dragons from uniting against the gods.

Eadric’s story will take him through strange realms, from a spatially disjointed forest that twists and turns on itself to a living ocean of blood and a skyscape full of floating castles. He’ll also have to face off against strange monsters, corrupted spirits, and even towering abominations. If he fails, then the war that follows will likely be the last war Etinhym ever sees - a war that will surely lead to the extermination of the human race.

This book contains RPG elements, harsh language, and descriptions of violence.

©2020 E. A. Hooper (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • 02-02-21

good read

story was great, narrator not so great he didn't really grasp what age character he was going for alot of times.

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  • Anthony
  • 15-02-21

boring

MC is unlikable. kinda feels like hes a spoiled 12 year old. pair that with a nasaly narrator and get a whole lot of nope.

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  • Al
  • 14-02-21

Excellent start to a new LitRPG series

The universe is set in a universe where ancient Greek-style gods are real and their lives are informed by a sort of RPG system :D

The book was really fun and the author clearly has a lot of capacity to write interesting systems-driven stories. His previous trilogy, 'World Tree Online' was a masterpiece. If you liked that you will also like this.

Definitely recommend a read if you are into the genre.

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  • Nathan Parker
  • 13-02-21

Great character development

Most litRPG have bland characters, but our MC here has a vivid personality, mostly bad, and we see a bit of character change throughout the book. Definitely above average for this genre.

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  • Marcus Millsaps
  • 26-03-21

Percy Jackson meets World Tree Online

This was absolutely fun. This will be a case of you either understanding the Main MC or not. He is without a doubt a total jackass BUT (huge heart) he’s also not cruel and is a very noble guy. It’s absolutely understandable why he is this way given his background and no nonsense demeanor and ignorance of the outside world he finds himself in. It honestly just becomes comedic relief which I’m 1000% is E.A.Hooper’s intent. He goes from more jackass into just Savagely bad people skills..and even still you see his character grow into more compassionate hero. This story is so well done just like Hooper’s previous work. The world building the supporting characters it’s really shaping up to be a nice new story. Besides getting a little heavy-handed with the skill descriptions(more because there are SO many skill than them being descriptive) this book is otherwise a fluid and extremely enjoyable listen. Easily worth the credit.

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  • S. Johnson
  • 03-03-21

Nice LitRPG - finds its own niche

Ugh, just came out and now I have to wait for the next one.

Seems very much like the author played a bunch of Immortals Fenyx Rising and used the feel from that as a base for a book. Not really in the humor department (though I believe I remember a few quips), but there's a lot of play with mythology and a building of mixed mythologies with some probable personal inspiration.
Narrator was good. Editing was okay (for a short book there were a couple spots with some audio splice errors). Just a bit too short of a read for when I wanted it to keep going.

Looking forward to the next release for this series now, as there's a lot left to do!

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  • Vulpes
  • 19-07-22

Gets significantly better as the book goes on

The MC is portrayed as someone to dislike at the beginning, and as the story goes on, he grows over time while still retaining several elements of his selfishness and annoying quirks. the best part of the book is the overarching mythology and lore of the world itself.

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  • Cayce griggs
  • 02-04-22

where's book 2!?!?!

I liked it a lot, wish book 2 would hurry out already. hurry the hell up

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  • 09-03-22

Great story but subpar narrator.

The world building is great, but the narrator is nasally and unintelligible a good bit of the time. there are moments when sections of chapters have inconsistent audio quality, as if some lines were recorded with a different microphone or in a different room.

I'm looking forward to the next book, but I hope the narrator has improved by then.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-03-22

fantastic book.

It sucked me in right away. I can't wait for book two. let's go!