Hunger: Unbound, Book 3 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Pirates pacified. Void vanquished. Peace is a fragile beast.
Felix has survived the tribulations of the Void and returned to the Continent. Civilization, at long last. Yet the city of Haarwatch has a terrible new issue.
The Inquisition has arrived to stamp out sorcery and unnatural monstrosities...and Felix still has the Primordial Maw riding shotgun in his soul. Now, he must find his friends and a way to remove a section of his very essence before everything comes crashing down.
All the while, sinister plots in Haarwatch's center promise dire, bloody consequences for anyone who catches the Inquisition’s eye.
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|Listening Length||28 hours and 7 minutes|
|Audible.ca Release Date||July 27 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #2,081 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#106 in Action & Adventure Fantasy
#185 in Epic Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#521 in Epic Fantasy (Books)
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The progress of the story is satisfactory, and the main character is further developed, although side characters are there just for the numbers. Several times the events feel artificial in order to create a climax, instead of having the climax happening naturally.
I would say it is a story worth reading, but I did struggle to continue until the end a couple times.
My only complaint is that despite an end that allows for continuation, without a title for a Book 4, I fear this will end up being like the Whee of Time...but with less, y'know...dying on the author's part.
Top reviews from other countries
Ah ha well apart from my afterthought above that have left me quite unsatisfied with that ending it was a good read, lots of detail and the time spent in the domain was productive and not extensive unlike with the void 😑 really found book 2 a let down, but this was more intense. Good job
It’s perfectly paced and well edited, only a couple of tiny glitches, and the story is really well done with a cracking wee world creates for us to enjoy.
Side characters are interesting and add to the whole rather than distract. Download and enjoy 😁
It follows some of the usual isekai tropes (impossible battles and deeds that only the protagonist can accomplish, the pretty girl companions all falling for him), but it doesn't do it clumsily.
The only real complaint is felt like constant level up announcements for skills were used to pad sections of the book, to the detriment of the flow.