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Summary

The Tutorial has progressed in unexpected ways as Jake is soon forced to confront reality....

Jake has finally found a personal goal of his own as he gains a quest to defeat three more Beast Lords before he can face the final opponent of the Tutorial: The King of the Forest. Something he happily does, fully immersing himself in grasping power and gaining levels as he hunts through Dungeons to kill stronger and stronger foes.

In another region of the Tutorial, turmoil amongst the humans quickly died down after a disastrous battle leaves nearly everyone except the Metal Mage William dead.

Will Jake be able to hunt down the King of the Forest before the Tutorial ends? Does William wake up in time to create even more chaos and fulfill his goal of killing everyone? Who will survive till the end and return to Earth once more?

Oh, and will Jake ever get a shirt that doesn’t get ripped apart in every single fight?

Book two of the hit Primal Hunter LitRPG series by Zogarth. Grab your copy today and continue the adventure!

About the series: Experience an apocalypse LitRPG with levels, classes, professions, skills, dungeon, loot, and all of the great traits of progression fantasies and LitRPG that you have come to expect. Follow Jake as he explores this new vast multiverse filled with challenges and opportunities as he grows in power and slowly transforms from a bored office worker to a true apex hunter.  

©2022 Aethon Books (P)2022 Aethon Audio

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Great 2nd book.

Really good second entry to the series.
Pace is good, didn't feel rushed or too slow.

As all of Travis' narrations he's amazing.

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Good, but tedious regarding the middle part

The first 3-4 hours and the last hours (after the guardian fights) were absolutely great!

The intermissions were really enjoyable as well.

But I can not help but feel like the middle of the book, fighting with the guardians to get to the king of the forest, was hard to get through. Felt like a chore for some reason. Somehow the writing style was just a bit different.

I have to say that the fights weren't that engaging, but the story progression is what kept me hooked. I suppose that the anticipation of the fight with the king made the precious fights feel like fillers.

Travis Baldree was stellar as always!

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zwesome

got into this really fast and turned into a marathon and listened to both books in a couple of days very interesting and kept me engaged the whole time.

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love this book

Will level this simple
can't wait for the next book
It's not often that I write a review
but this book ticket all the boxes
not many books do
keep up the brilliant work

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Top class

Top class story just as good if not better than the first one amazing writing and story top narration

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Bit to short

Very good id love to see a new book on this series and i hope it will come as fast as possible bc this series is truly amazing but the book was a little short

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A decent litrpg

If your into the genre then I'd recommend this story but there are definitely some gripes I have with it, for example the first book ended somewhat abruptly and then so did this one.

I am aware that this is because of the fact that it was originally written and posted online and therefore does not follow the structure of a more traditional book but in my mind this is no excuse as there was several chapters in this book that felt like a more natural ending to book one around the middle so so my brain go's naturally to why this was the case and my answer is simple "marketing" the author or publisher want the story in ten hour chunks because it looks good rather than being to long or sort and if they can split the story into 20 different books then mo money.

The other criticisms I have are more minor for example the character pov jumps somewhat randomly in the middle of a chapter and on top of that there is like 6 chapters in a row which added new characters to the story, I really disliked this it felt really odd and could certainly have been done better,

I do genuinely like the overall plot and themes of the story the way Gods are portrayed and influence things is interesting the somewhat corny references are enjoyable and the mc doesn't break down and cry every other chapter and gets on with things and while this doesn't really add much to character building it does appeal to my male power fantasy wish fulfilment rather than leaving me shaking my head over how much people cry about how unfair the world is when that is as profound as saying water is wet.

Travis Baldree as always was a joy to listen to

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to good and too short

is was a good book i was afraid the hole book was gonna be the tutorial zone but it was not, good character development we se what happe to other people in the tutorial

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nice

the book is just goes last book if not better nice getting a few questions answered from the previous book

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awesome

love this series great story and characters great narration as always can not wait for the next one

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 16-06-22

Stick with Jake

I'm mostly enjoying this series so far, but theres so much side bar bs. like just stay on the mc, so many intermissions and chapters that just cut away to some rando or side character so we can see all the bullshit going on that has nothing to do with the main story. you get in groove start vibing and then boom now we are on a whole new character. It adds nothing, it seriously subtracts from my overall enjoyment, so much fast forwarding and skipping just to get back to the story that I bought this book to read. I really wish authors would stop doing this.

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  • Shelby
  • 11-07-22

Best protagonist

I’ve listened to over 300 lit RPG audiobooks in primal Hunter blows him out of the water not even actually I would say defiance of the fall is a close second to the series but the main character I think is better fantastic series my guy

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  • Donovan Mullen
  • 19-07-22

Stop the side stories

I hate side stories. I don't care about Jacob and his body Guard. I don't care about Casper the not so friendly ghost. I don't care about anyone but Jake and the viper. I've skipped all of the other characters chapters as I don't care. instead of giving us random chapters, take them out and make side quest books. only provide enough context in the Main book for your story to continue, I love long run times, but not at losing the Mc to side characters

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  • DaveS
  • 22-06-22

not so good

never finished it. not sure where the author is going with this, but I'll never know.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-06-22

best book ever

loved it so much ❤️ 💖 💕 ♥️ 💗 😍 ❤️ 💖 💕 ♥️

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  • leon
  • 10-08-22

Another good book. Nice

So far book two was pretty dang good. Excellent narration / performance by Mr. Baldree. And the book is getting some nice world building in there.

It's focusing on other a bunch of different stuff and people throughout the world and tutorial. Which is cool. I'm sure they will probably be more allies or maybe they may group up and all be antagonists beings the mc seems to be a loner. Oh well, more people to fight and kill. Unless they do the smart thing and try to save humanity. Unlikely lol.

Speaking of antags. The main protag and antag from the last book faced off (for the second time now I guess). I don't want to spoil anything but while, yea, it was super anti-climactic. If im honest here, it was actually at the same time pretty badda**. It's what I would expect a hero / villian face off should be irl.

So far so good. It's got a little bit not anything super generic, super annoying, super cliché or super political. I like that. Just a story about a dude on his way to probably kill everything that pisses him off.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-08-22

It’s better than okay

Personally I find it boring when all the characters does for majority of their time fighting alone for hours (3+ in real time) without talking to other characters because it’s really easy to see how repetitive the fights are… but on the other hand I do like to see his skills progress towards his goals. I like characters to interact with the main character. If that’s a villain dungeon boss or a god I like it but him talking to himself about stuff you can already assume is boring….(little spoiler) I even enjoyed the time he spent with the hawk at the end and it didn’t even have words. They fixed the problem towards the end but if you don’t like the side characters you will probably hate majority of this book. It’s also good for the people who don’t mind repetitive fighting that doesn’t change much unless it’s a boss. I’m in it for the long run so I’ll be buying the next book regardless

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  • Theresa Haws
  • 09-08-22

A really good story...

I really enjoy how Jake sort of comes into his own and strives to stick to his own inherent values while growing as a person. He is still the socially awkward Jake from the first book, but he also more in tuned with himself. I look forward to seeing him finally meet with his family.

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  • Jordan Merrill
  • 06-08-22

Side stories...

are almost certainly adding to the story. if I'm not mistaken, we have already had allusions to one "intermission" character. besides, we can see what other dedicated characters have achieved compared to our MC. Jake is an anomaly. I love this series

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  • carl
  • 06-08-22

Overpowered

If you like books where the main character is given the exact things or abilities to accomplish a task this is for you. No excitement/ thrill, as soon as the main character is given something overpowered you know he is going to come across an issue that only those items or abilities can accomplish. It happens so much in the books. The main character is overpowered which makes the story loose any excitement.