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  • Seven Heroes

  • Main Character Hides His Strength, Book 3
  • By: Road Warrior
  • Narrated by: Nick Podehl
  • Length: 15 hrs and 7 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Seven Heroes

By: Road Warrior
Narrated by: Nick Podehl
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Summary

The First Calamity failed to put an end to a decade full of conspiracy and betrayal. 

Even as the heroes of old return to the front stage as the world's adversary–as was foretold–the way forward is fraught with traps and machinations by those who seek to further their own objectives with no regard to the harm they bring upon the innocents.

Meanwhile, the world is still afflicted by the ticking time bomb in the form of the Curse of Extinction that can extinguish the light of mankind all on its own, independent from even the mighty Calamities. But this seems to do little to unite the people in working together against the incoming crisis.

Still shunned and branded as the Enemy of the World, a lone struggle to gather power and strength continues. A clue the so-called Destroyer had found led him deep into the jungles in the south, into the lands of Panchuria. But waiting for him there were nightmares, created from the hopes of the past.

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  • Sailfish
  • 05-12-22

CLANG! CLANG! CLANG! CLANG! CLANG!

heh, Bertelgia shows him the way. Book 3 is the best book of the series Road Warrior has produced yet. The tone of the plot goes from ruthless to savagery to unexpectedly hilarious, when one least expects it. I almost missed this one in the series since I hadn't seen it show up in the New Releases section at the Home page. Seriously, yes, the MC is OP'd to the max but the way he is written, along with his familiar, erm, advisor offering outrageous commentary on his brutality at one moment and complementing on his Master cooking dishes the next is mega-entertaining.

Suggestion to Audible. Provide a checkbox in the review section that allow one to overtly inform Audible they want to be informed when a new title in the series appears. Then, add a section on the Listener's page that lists all new release title of a series that the listener checkmarked. The way it is now, I have to scroll through my Listener Page for reviews where I've rated highly to see if I missed a new release to series I wanted to follow.

Nick Podehl's performance is always good but he reached Master level on this book!

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  • Tyrone
  • 19-11-22

Good series

Nick Podehl could read a tax return and it would be amazing, with that said the story itself is also very good. I'm about to listen again!

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  • KC Jones
  • 02-11-22

I like OP

This book is for me because I like op characters. I just hate when they hid there feats for no reason though.

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  • Alex
  • 20-10-22

keep it going

love this series can't wate for the next book this has it all but its a op mc thats the best

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  • Tyler
  • 15-10-22

I love this series excellent read a must listen

highly recommend this series to anyone looking for a good read the first book starts off slow but get real good then second book has non stop edge of your seat scenarios. and this book just bring more to an already excellent read

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  • jake
  • 12-10-22

probably my last one of this series

Having a tough time finishing this 3rd book.
first book had me locked in with new and interesting characters. Main character showed some subtle hints at potential flaws and possible character arcs. by the 3rd book the character hasn't shown any growth (except for power) and is conveniently knowledgeable/right in every situation. Given the title of the series (main character is over powered) this is most likely done on purpose, so it's just not a good fit for someone like me who is looking for a character to go on an adventure and have that adventure change them.

Nick Podehl is great and probably the only reason I'm going to finish this one.

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  • John
  • 04-10-22

No morals MC

This story developed into a mess. or lack of one really. The MC is someone you would want to punch in the face because he is such a terrible person. The MC literally causes more problems and deaths because he does not take any action or ignores it. For one, why is he just sitting around for the 7 heroes to come to him. I mean its already down to 4 but the author keeps going on about it.

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  • Avery Martin Ackerman
  • 02-10-22

OP MC that actually had a compelling story.

Very rarely can you find a story about an OP MC that's not total dog poo. This story keeps me very intrested in whats going on. And ots rather nice to see the bad guys actually cower in fear most of the time. Very excited for the next book.

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  • Josh Smith
  • 02-10-22

Enemy of the world 3

I always seem to love op characters. Hey Ben better when it involves enjoyable world creativity, fleshed out characters and entertaining plot. What’s not to love

Ps on the plus side despite there probably being just as much demon/creature whatever it’s called that is extremely agitating to hear spoken as there is in the first book. It doesn’t feel as irritating cause it’s much more spread out and ends quickly. Also factor in that this book is even longer then percentage wise much much less. Just had to add that incase that becomes a deciding factor of choosing to continue. I mean I think Nick Podehl is great and I know the creatures are supposed to sound as awful as he makes them. I don’t know it’s just one of those weird perfect flaws y’a know. I assume if I had read it silently. It wouldn’t take away from the story because you can feel the emotional intent there. Then you got a Narrator that has many talents and Nick reall breaths life into his work that I’ve heard so far. Anyways point is there still is some eek kee kee. (Eh shudder)
Thankfully not so much and not consistent.
Great series it is lit rpg for those who are looking for more and havnt read first two. The take on it is ironically very general yet original. In my opinion ofcourse. Enjoy 😉

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  • Adam
  • 01-10-22

Probably the best one yet

Great book. The main character is still op but we get glimpses into his past. Also loved the character development that is taking place watching him struggle with being a mostly good anti-hero and full villain was very enjoyable.