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  • The Legend of Randidly Ghosthound 3

  • A LitRPG Adventure (The Legend of Randidly Ghosthound, Book 3)
  • By: Noret Flood, puddles4263
  • Narrated by: MacLeod Andrews
  • Length: 20 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (113 ratings)

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Summary

To repay his debt to Shal, Randidly Ghosthound fought his way through the preliminaries of the Under-25 Regional Tournament in Tellus.

His victories have earned him a spot in Deardun, the seat of power in the Northern Domain. But in this new venue, there are storms brewing on the horizon. Now he’s not just fighting against the unaffiliated warriors, he's one injury or loss away from becoming a Forsaken.

The affluent Styles that rule the Northern Domain have passed the championship between each other over the last five decades, and they aren’t willing to surrender it now. 

Yet an even larger shadow looms on the horizon...

Representatives from the autocratic Central Domain have infiltrated the tournament, looking for clues about an old mystery: the true story of the Shal’s father—the original Spear Phantom—and the location of the third gift he received from the Witch of Karma, Lucretia.

Book 3 of the hit LitRPG Fantasy series with over 50 Million views on Royal Road.

©2022 Aethon Books LLC (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Best of the three books!

Especially the second half of the book! Simply really good.

Can not wait for the next one!

The narrator did a fantastic job!

Well done!

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A poor example of the genre.

I’ve persevered with all three because someone told me that the author’s writing improves. It hasn’t happened yet.

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god dam I love this series

just awesome great story excellent narration can not wait for the next book 😀

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Still boring

I made it 20 minutes in! before I was reminded how boring and unlikable the story and the protagonist are, he acts like an angsty introspective tween, constantly! I cannot stand it, oh god and the plot is just so drawn out! continuing on from the stupid spear tournament from the last book, had to refund it waste of a token.

narration is the same not bad but not great, but narration cannot save garbage writing.

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  • Tron2001
  • 28-07-22

I like this series

Good book. I have enjoyed this series and hope there will be more to come.

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  • Ryan Montgomery
  • 22-07-22

Trash

I zoned out so much in this book. It’s soooo boring. He needs to get back to earth. Every character in this book is annoying and forgettable. I need 20h 52m back. This book should of been a novella. No story progression. Worst one so far. Hopefully the 4th one doesn’t suck.

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  • A Aird
  • 18-08-22

Terrific Entertainment!

The first book was good, the second got better, and now in the third book it's moved to 'so engrossing I don't want to put it down'.


P.s. To author N. Flood-- I gave you 20 stars but the last five were [redacted by the System]. I also sent you a box of ultra rare [redacted by the system] so you could go buy that new mansion you so richly deserve, and retire from any work except writing. Hoping for a book every month! Thanks so much!

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  • Zach LaCroix
  • 17-08-22

Only One Bad Thing

The only bad thing about this audiobook is that it ends and now I have to wait for the next one :’( 5/5 Stars for sure !

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  • Fred R Capps III
  • 15-08-22

Unfocused

Unlike the last book of this series this one seems unfocus and apparently jumps between many characters who are uninteresting. If the focus would remain on the MC this story would be much better. The spear needs to advance as does the action in this story there is too much internal dialogue and external monologue. This story is static.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 14-08-22

Slam Blame Home Run!

This 3rd book steals it! Intrigue at it's finest and soul searching and character growth with super packed action. Keep going! Love your books.

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  • Brandon
  • 04-08-22

great writing awesome story very creative

the best installment in the series yet. I love the whole dynamic between randidly skills the romance between the characters the characters feelings towards one another non-romantically everything about it is great.

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  • Alex Brown
  • 04-08-22

WWSD, Book 2.5 not Book 3

Too much what would Shal do! SERIOUSLY, you can make a drinking game on how many time Randidly says 'What will Shal do?' or the many times he flogged himself with Shal saying 'You are Weak!' or 'If you can.think foolish thoughts then you can train!'
Should have been Book 2.5 not book 3. This book does continue tournament arc where book 2 ends and just remains there and LINGERS all the way to the end! Nothing on the happens or characters on Earth in this book!

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  • Samuel
  • 20-07-22

Nothing but plot armor

MC has no actual consequences! Needs a skill to accomplish a task? Just make it himself, and better! It’s like the author went through all the trouble of creating a really fascinating progression system only to then ignore it for Randidly.

I’m quitting about halfway through this book so maybe things change, doubtful, but maybe.

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  • David james Rodgers
  • 03-10-22

Can’t decide which series to write.

The book feel like the author can’t decide what they are writing. Is it a story of a hero’s journey to save earth after the changes of the system. Or is it the story of the distant traveler who comes to save the dying planet in slaved to war. You could start book two and three without reading 1 and not feel like you missed much. Sadly it feel like the author like to write sense and not books. You can’t fall in love with a character or become in grossed in there experiences because the story keeps pivoting. Really wish I would have just left it alone. Of the four lit rpg series I have listen to this is probably the most disjointed. McCloud Andrew’s really is the only reason I got these books he’s one of my favorite narrators and I wanted to listen to him in this genre. Feel like we’re headed for the ending of LOST and all the threads will just be cut instead of put together into an interesting story.