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  • The Chain Breaker Box Set: Books 1-3

  • By: D.K. Holmberg
  • Narrated by: John Pirhalla
  • Length: 27 hrs and 21 mins
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Summary

An assassin with no rival meets a magic he cannot defeat. The Chain Breaker Series begins.

Trained to kill from a young age, Gavin Lorren finally escaped that life. No more killing innocents. No more working alone.

Holed up in a quiet city that has outlawed magic, Gavin finds himself drawn into dangers unlike any he’s ever faced before. Each job tests him more than the last, and each tied to the kind of magic he’d hoped to avoid.

It will take an assassin without equal to survive.

It will take the Chain Breaker.

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  • 23-11-21

Good bit slow.

It's a great book but seems a bit drawn-out at time. And on book three chapter 11 gets skipped and plays chapters 12 twice.

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  • Shawn G.
  • 16-01-22

Harry Potter like

This title is very much like Harry Potter in that the MC never learns anything, never grows as a person, and repeatedly makes the exact same mistakes over and over.

The story, as written, is equal parts brilliance and stupidity. I feel like it could use more proofreading for content instead of just grammer.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-05-22

Too much repetition

Using the same few phrases over and over and over made it difficult to listen.

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  • Ideas As Opiates
  • 10-08-22

Do you like strong & stupid MC? This is for you!

The great narration can’t save the terrible dialog and annoying side characters. MC: “My dagger is glowing .“ Friend: “What?” MC: “Yes, it’s glowing.” Friend: “Are you sure?” This constant doubting is spread throughout the story. Each observation by the MC has to have a contrary statement or question by his friends. Is this done on purpose? It’s super annoying. I can’t return and get my credit back.

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  • 15-07-22

Twisted

For the author I hope you see this. You use twisted too often in your writing. You may not realize it but every motion or action done has twisted used to describe a scene. It worse in elemental academy series because every time he uses magic he twists it. Which I don’t think I ever heard someone using twist to describe that. Use other descriptive words. I knew this book was written by the same author only by that word alone.