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Primal Imperative: Provide, Defend, Breed

By: Quentin Kilgore
Narrated by: Matt Hicks,Mandy McCullough
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Summary

Protect the women. Take the throne. Sire the next generation.

Two weeks ago, I was writing press releases in a cubicle. Now I’m hunting giant crustaceans to feed a tribe of beautiful women.

I awoke on a strange shore, far from Earth, with a new power raging in my muscles. In this primitive world, helpless women look to me for protection against goblin slavers and wild beasts.

The women believe I was sent by a sky god to protect them, impregnate them, and repopulate their dying village. But not everyone is happy about my arrival. A shadowy assassin stalks the night, eager to spill my blood, and the goblin hordes plot our destruction.

To solidify my leadership and keep my women safe, I’ll need to access the elemental powers of earth and sky. That means I’ll have to bind the souls of a few eager volunteers.

If you like cat girls, goblin girls, tribal babes, and milking farms, you're in the right place.

©2022 Quentin Kilgore (P)2022 Royal Guard Publishing LLC

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This is SOOOO bad

Right, where to start...

World: basic, dull and stupid
Main Char: a complete twit, unskilled, brainless yet all want the D.
Girls: plain, simple and dull
Erotic: nope written by a 12 year old.

Book feels padded and rushed at the same time lots seem to happen but there is no down time or context for who, what and why.

about 3 events have fleshed out writing the rest is "we went here" "we did this"

All in all I can not recommend this book.

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Nice book

This book was very well written and narrated it made the whole thing a great experience can’t wait for more

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really interesting

I Really like the setup or the story and and how the characters are introduced. The MC is a powerful guy but with a lot of empathy and stuff. the narrators were new for me but I really enjoyed their work

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Provide, Defend, Breed

At my request I received a copy of this audiobook in order to give a fair and unbiased review.

Genre: Isekai harem with lots of breeding
Explicit/adult material: Explicit

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Waking to a world where other men are weak and infertile and society has adapted has both great challenges and great opportunities. We follow the MC as he works to gain the trust of the village, impregnate the eager women and builds himself a nice little harem.

I enjoyed the book and look forward to seeing where the series goes!

This is my second book narrated by Matt Hicks and he seems to absolutely nail it every time!

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  • Daniel
  • 11-11-22

Check this one out

Right up front before you read any further just know that I recommend this book to anybody thinking about giving it a shot. A little context for my review. I tend to take it easy on the first and last book of any series as not every series makes it to “The End” and the first of anything can be a shaky endeavor. I also try to make clear the distinction between the quality of the writing/performance of the author/narrator and my personal tastes should they differ.

Our hero wakes up on a beach with giant crabs looming in the distance. Despite my best efforts I found myself envisioning the beaches from “Tamer.” Soon his attention is drawn to the sounds of a child calling out and a woman's screams. He finds the pair beset by a couple of big cats looking to make them dinner. Our hero throws himself unarmed into the fray only to kill the biggest and scare off the other thanks to the lady throwing him her spear. The last thing our hero remembers from his old life is quitting his crap job, a little boy in need of saving, and a nurse who appears to be the mother screaming. If you guessed that he died saving the child, then you guessed right as is common with the openers of these kinds of stories. Likewise, the new world he finds himself in his weighted heavily towards ladies in need of assistance. There has been some sort of disease that has turned society on its head with women finding themselves in the position where they must provide for all. Certain hardcore elements have gone a step further and thus have sentence their male kin to certain death. Of course, this is a fantasy world and thus you find goblins and the like roaming about with swords and magic. As our hero finds his way in this new world, he discovers that if they're to survive he must solve the food problem and impregnate the tribe all while dodging an assassin.

The story is pretty good for the first of a new series. There is comfort in familiarity with this story and others that are told in the same genre. The writing is sound all around. This is the second time that I've come across these narrators though each time previously they were partnered with a different narrator. The first performance that I came across by Mandy McCullough was in “Lights Out” and for Matt Hicks it was in “Rise of the Cheap Potion Maker.” Now, as I did then, I have enjoyed their performances immensely. Lastly, I will just say well done to everybody who had a hand in bringing this story to us the audible listeners and I look forward to what comes next.

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  • David
  • 06-12-22

It’s not good but it’s also not bad if you don’t think about it

I don’t think the story is very good but that is my opinion on most harem stories I’ve started. The writing is ok and audio performances were good. I was able to finish it which I can’t say for all harem audiobooks I’ve purchased. What I liked most was the female voice actor doing sex scene because they sound so dead pan. I laughed every time, best part of the audiobook.

The story builds up to a confrontation between the mc and his village of baby mamas and some goblins. There is a traitor in the village but it doesn’t make sense and the explanation doesn’t add up. So dude arrives in fantasy land and starts porking the hot babes. Then after maybe a couple weeks someone try’s to kill him. Months later during the goblin kerfuffle and the traitor is now known and it is suggested the traitor learned the mc was impregnating all the honeys so traitor goes to the goblins and gets goblin magic. But the attempt on mc’s life was before any of the women were confirmed pregnant. Later mc is captured and goblins don’t want to kill him but use him as a stud to breed human slaves. Goblins and humans have a hostile relationship and apparently the only human whose first thought isn’t to kill it when they see a goblin is the mc. Why wouldn’t the traitor go to the witch queen or whatever she is if there was a problem especially when it is mentioned several times that the traitor is always in the company of the hardline witch queen followers who don’t like what the mc is doing.

The ultimate point of this story is the goblin fight. The goblin fight only happens because of the traitor. The traitor makes no sense. The story makes no sense.

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  • Barrett M Cleveland
  • 11-12-22

Fun Story

Another fun isekai story. If you enjoy the isekai anime genre then this book is probably just what your looking for. Really like the MC of this story and how he's not afraid to goes against the normal and do what he feels he has to.

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  • ryan davis
  • 28-01-23

The female voice actor sounds horrible

This is so bad I couldn’t get past the second chapter due to the female voice actress she sounds very unbelievable and awkward almost like a children’s show actor

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  • Leege
  • 26-01-23

Amazing story Falls flat From bad Voices

Absolutely awesome story. Unfortunately Mandy McCullough was the worst possible choice for this book. Matt Hicks absolutely knocked it out of the park but Mandy.. oh Mandy... what were you thinking? Valley girl accents, making the non humans sound like they are stupid, The goblin girls sound like trolls. I'm mean seriously.. A Deep bassy voice for a goblin??? Just terrible. but the story was so good I was able to grit my teeth and bare it.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 24-01-23

good story

I liked the characters and the basic story . a few holes but most things were thought out well. he did walk into a couple traps easily. my only personal nitpick was after he found out what gave him power.....why di he not repeat it 3 more times since it takes no time at all.
at least the Mc is not a prude. if a village of women who share are willing he does spread the joy.
the narration was excelent

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  • James
  • 21-01-23

Stupid chubby porn!

this was extremely hard to get through, the writing was childish and was fixated on cubby porn, I must have tried to listen more than 10 times but could not finish it, the narrator was good but the story was trash.

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  • S. Maldonado
  • 13-01-23

Not good

This book is like twinkies for the brain. (I.E. zero nutritional value) The story is basic and doesn't explain or even lead into much of anything. As far as the voice acting goes, Matt Hicks did a good job. Not fantastic, but good. I have nothing good to say about Mandy McCullough. She has almost zero range as a voice actor. She had three personalities total that she used for multiple characters. Normally I enjoy Haremlit men's fantasy, but this was just not good.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-01-23

Great story

I enjoyed it very much and couldn’t put it down and read it to the very end and I’m looking forward to many more books from this series

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  • Anonymous User
  • 22-12-22

Too predictable

This story is so predictable the main character is so dumb he falls into every trap even a child would see