Silence: Unbound, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
A sacrifice made. A Primordial defeated. The hard part starts now.
Felix had risked everything to stop the threat of the Unending Maw. Except instead of death, he and his Companion Pit were transported to the deadly Void, a place far worse than the Foglands. The Maw is there with them, bonded somehow to Felix in a way none of them understand, but all of them hate.
The three must navigate the desolate expanse of the dark Void, contending with voidbeasts, marauders, and the creeping influence of the Maw itself. It will take everything that Felix has—and more—merely to survive, let alone escape.
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|Listening Length||13 hours and 10 minutes|
|Audible.ca Release Date||June 22 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #1,303 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#77 in Action & Adventure Fantasy
#135 in Epic Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#322 in Epic Fantasy (Books)
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There are some significant changes from what I remember of Volume 2 and even differences at the beginning of Volume 3 on Royalroad and I must say I much prefer this edited and reworked Volume! To the point where I was planning on reading the rest of the series on Royalroad but now I can't reconcile the differences in the series and must wait for Volume 3 on Kindle!
Other than very MINOR developments in the Continent, completely unrelated to the main character, nothing happened. The MC starts and ends the book EXACTLY the same way. There is ZERO world building/development, and ALL the characters start and end the same way. You won't miss anything. Even more because the MC doesn't know about those minor developments, as he was in the most boring place ever, so volume 3 will give you a recap of the 5 pages that matters.
Also, in a LitRPG Adventure, the author found a way to remove the RPG from the mix. So not even the status of the MC change in any meaninful way. If you like LitRPG, skip this volume.
To top it off, the MC is always with "low mana", in a word where "recovering mana is very hard", but even so he pilots a MANA ship and throws hundreds of MANA charged attacks without ever running out. It makes you think why have a mana count if the guy has infinite mana? This cheap trick of the author to create a false sense of urgency just makes you stop caring for the MC in any way, as he can (and will) pull a Deus EX (mana) Machina anytime.
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My problem with this book (Spoiler Free)
• Compared to the first book Felix just seems to have unlimited stamina and mana despite the void reducing his recharge rates and operating on no sleep.
• Action is minimal in the first 75% of the book. Instead of describing an epic struggle Felix just spams a couple skills and kills everyone in 1 or 2 sentences.
• Continent storyline doesn't really go anywhere and breaks the Void storyline's flow. This is clearly setup for a Book 3 or 4 pay off but had minimal weight right now.
• LitRPG format except all characters make almost no gain in their skills, levels or stats. Whenever they are close to achieving something they get distracted by other story stuff and its get dropped for the rest of the book.
But it was enjoyable to read about pit and felix, their growth and maws attitude was entertaining 😁
My other issue is the ending. Twice now it's been left on a cliff hanger with 0 epilogue. The boss fight stretches until the 99.9% of book completion before *spoiler alert* the mc survives, the end. I personally do not like cliff hangers. Either your book is either well written and fun, or it isn't. If the book's terrible but ends on a massive cliff hanger, I'm not reading the next one.
With my grumbles out of the way I have to say that this is a fantastic book, and great addition to the series. Maybe not as good as the first as the progression was stagnated (due to understandable circumstances). I enjoy watching mc's grow, preferably with quantifiable numbers, and this book doesn't include a single level up that didn't happen as a result of the first chapter.