Summoner Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Gryff never knew he was the most powerful summoner in the world until a rogue monster attacked his village.
Now, he's been recruited into the top magical academy, beautiful women are breaking down his dorm-room door, and the headmaster has big, big plans for him. Instead of summoners being maligned by society, Gryff is in a position to make them revered and honored.
There's just one problem: The most powerful fire mage in the academy wants to protect the status quo and will do anything to stop him.
This novel has harem elements.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 36 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 07, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #14,385 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#68 in Sword & Sorcery Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#532 in Action & Adventure Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#955 in Epic Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2020
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It's not that type of book though-for all the description of how hot or cute a lady is in this novel it totally skips over the parts that matter. Why even mention how hot they are ALL OF THE TIME if your not going to do anything with it?? It's like all those ecchi manga you try to avoid because it's all a big tease.
The dialogue is good at parts but the MC's slang throws me off because I'm just not used to it. The dialogue is kind of like an anime, the MC says something that's not really profound but the ladies just eat it up like he's a Casanova. The MC excelling in almost everything he does (except for things that don't matter) made me roll my eyes. How could someone who does construction be so perfect? Some of the reasons why he's so good is baffling
*slight spoiler that demonstrates what I'm talking about*
"I offered a smirk. "It's called bar fighting, Lady Kenefick, and it's much more applicable to the real world than your uptight boxing." ...Wut. In what universe would a trained boxer struggle and lose to a person who has only been in bar fights. A person with no real training would have a high chance of losing against a competent boxer. Hell, the way the MC thinks when he fights would suggest HE is the highly trained one. Everything just seems so...easy for the MC. It's boring.
Overall, the fighting is written well and the world introduced is an interesting concept. I decided to give it four stars instead of three stars because I went in with ulterior motives (smut-I know i'm a perv lol) which is making me judge this extremely hard. I hope this helps potential buyers.
The MC is relatable and likable, he is very mature, know his place and what other think of him, and made rational and thorough decisions almost all the time. That’s not very common in this kind of books, so I enjoyed this MC very much. The supporting characters are likable, although I was having trouble keeping up with all the students and teachers, mainly because sometimes they are referred by name and sometimes by surname.
I really don’t know what the author means by "This novel has harem elements" statement in the blurb. This book has a guy having sex with three different women, nothing more. One is a casual thing at the beginning of the book and is not mentioned again; with the other two you can say that they are friends with benefits, but not a single harem-y thing (nor romantic in that regard) happens in this book. Maybe the next books will develop a harem, but nothing points that way with this book. They come out as a liberal people, who have sex when they want with who they want.
The story round up nicely (although a bit fast) but it obviously leaves room for the next installment.
So, I have been quick to read series like the Slime Dungeon and Divine Dungeon series, and even some of the silly "I was reincarnated as a ___________" that is apparently a thriving sub-genre.
I saw both good reviews and the fact that the series had many follow on books. It seemed like a safe bet.
It is not terrible, but it is not great. The book has relatively shallow characters, not wildly believable plots (well, actually, unbelievable plots), and though it shows up under the LitRPG banner, it is not LitRPG.
What else? There is some "fan service" in the book. It is squarely done at the 10-12 year old level of understanding, nothing requiring a tape measure and surveying equipment, but also completely unnecessary for the story. Really, completely unnecessary.
If you are a young adult or an older person, and you want to enjoy some idle no-hard-thinky-thinky literature then this could be a book for you. If you are looking for something to follow up the Lord of the Rings or Sword of Shanarra series then I might look somewhere else initially.
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That aside, the charm it offers instead more than compensates, having read Dungeon master first, then this, it's reasonable to say I'm a fan of this type of thing having finished it in the space of a day...
Small aside, proof read, proof read, proof read - it isn't spelling mistakes, it's just the wrong word..!
Past vs passed, knock vs nock.