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  • [Psychokinetic] Eyeball Pulling

  • A LitRPG Apocalypse Adventure ([Psychokinetic] Eyeball Pulling, Book 1)
  • By: FreeID
  • Narrated by: Amanda Dolan
  • Length: 22 hrs and 3 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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[Psychokinetic] Eyeball Pulling

By: FreeID
Narrated by: Amanda Dolan
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Summary

There is no weapon more powerful than the [Psychokinetic] mind.

Astrid, a mischievous noble teen, long dreamed of exploring the ancient cities preserved beneath the waves, left behind from a time before the ocean swallowed the world. She's been training all her life to become a magic swordsman capable of doing just that.

But when an ancient monster long thought dead assaults humanity's last bastion–a floating ship-city–she awakens her System early.

Only, she's not a warrior as expected. She's forced to walk the path of a [Psychokinetic] Mage.

With Spawn-infested oceans, pirates looking to plunder, and mysterious monsters that lurk within Bubbled-Cites at the bottom of the ocean, Safety is anything but guaranteed.

She’ll learn levitation, object throwing, eyeball pulling, and more, all the way to the apex of psychic powers.

But, what happens when she discovers that her world was a lot larger than she–and the rest of humanity, once thought?

Don't miss the start of this action-packed and often hilarious LitRPG Apocalypse series about a young survivor with a craving for adventure and fighting. Perfect for fans of Azarinth Healer and Eight.

About the series: Astrid wasn't expecting to awaken as a mage class, but that won't stop her from having fun. In fact, she'll no longer need to resort to laborious activities, including, but not limited to; picking up stuff, carrying stuff, or even throwing stuff. Everything can be done with her mind!

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Can't wait for more

Fantastic litrpg, can't wait for more. One cons only - not enough eye pulling and similarly gruesome fighting techniques...

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Very solid book

I liked it. The book becomes a bit slow in the middle, but overall its a good listen, with a good combination of fighting and humor.

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