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  1. 5 out of 5

    Sydney

    4 One Spell To Unite Them All - In Death! Stars Mercenary Manager is the second book in the Dark Isekai LitRPG Teambuilder, The Fantasy World of Dorbin series by Chad Opo. Super. Annoying. Ending. Of course peace could not last, this is Dornin we're talking about. But, alas, I'm still upset about this transition the next book will showcase. The arena fight with the Phoenix and consequential destruction of the orc Emperor and so many thousands of his people was honestly entertaining. Frank is an o 4 One Spell To Unite Them All - In Death! Stars Mercenary Manager is the second book in the Dark Isekai LitRPG Teambuilder, The Fantasy World of Dorbin series by Chad Opo. Super. Annoying. Ending. Of course peace could not last, this is Dornin we're talking about. But, alas, I'm still upset about this transition the next book will showcase. The arena fight with the Phoenix and consequential destruction of the orc Emperor and so many thousands of his people was honestly entertaining. Frank is an ongoing surprise and I know that he will be even more intriguing as this series continues. Mega sad about Lexum. Surprised that Saphire didn't pop up somewhere in the mix of all that. Wondering why this neutral, of a sort, dragon kept popping up and if she had anything to do with the coincidental rescue...? What will become of Team Zeppelin now? Their forces are split and I'm wondering if anything will stand between them reconnecting quickly..?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jon Svenson

    I liked book 1, so why wouldn't I read book 2? This really is extension of book 1 as Frank tries to find a home for his Zeppelin mercenaries. They put themselves up for sale at the end of book 1, and are picked up by dwarves in book 2, only to be kicked out a day later. Licking their wounds, Frank does his best to understand the political situation in this new land. While Frank is good at understanding politics, he isn't good at playing along with them. Everyone in team Zeppelin wants a place to c I liked book 1, so why wouldn't I read book 2? This really is extension of book 1 as Frank tries to find a home for his Zeppelin mercenaries. They put themselves up for sale at the end of book 1, and are picked up by dwarves in book 2, only to be kicked out a day later. Licking their wounds, Frank does his best to understand the political situation in this new land. While Frank is good at understanding politics, he isn't good at playing along with them. Everyone in team Zeppelin wants a place to call home, so they search out the forgotten city the empire left behind when monsters attacked. They find one, and come to a deal with ratkin below. It doesn't last long, as Frank (and others) are captured by their neighbors the Meeroni at an arena. While they keep him imprisoned without food, it doesn't affect his mind or body. And when they're tired of waiting and toss him in the arena to fight a very unbalanced fight, it doesn't go well either. For me this was the best part of the story. I won't spoil anything after that as Frank and team look for another home, or why they need to look. Book 2 may be an extension of book 1, but the first book was a 800+ page monstrosity. Book 2 is a normal ~350 pages. I'm not sure why it was done this way, but there you go. Despite this, I still like this series. I don't know how the author keeps track of all the made up monster names, but somehow he manages (By Michael Scott. Over a million sold, more than the Bible. I'm not surprised). Recommended. 5/5*

  3. 5 out of 5

    John

    Author appears to have burned out mid-book The first book was a pretty engaging read where the arena actually shows up in a non- trivial fashion while also having team building, base building, politics, and other aspects. This book starts at a lower quality, like we're beta reading it, but mid book it just plummets with the author even having lines in it regarding retcon and flawed world building, leading to multiple literal non-organic deus ex machina at the end to reset most of the world, and t Author appears to have burned out mid-book The first book was a pretty engaging read where the arena actually shows up in a non- trivial fashion while also having team building, base building, politics, and other aspects. This book starts at a lower quality, like we're beta reading it, but mid book it just plummets with the author even having lines in it regarding retcon and flawed world building, leading to multiple literal non-organic deus ex machina at the end to reset most of the world, and then a book three that falls flat. I suggest reading the first book and then waiting for whenever the author stops being burned out and pulls and rewrites the sequels. Disappointing.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Adam Roberts

    Just when you think things are looking up! BAM! Man poor Frank and team Zeppelin cant catch a break! This book was a straight continuation from where book 1 left off. Lots more exploring, a few more fights, and a ton of crap for poor Frank to deal with. And just when life looks good, along comes fate to drop a bomb on his life. With how this one ended I'll be desperately curious to see what book 3 holds! Just when you think things are looking up! BAM! Man poor Frank and team Zeppelin cant catch a break! This book was a straight continuation from where book 1 left off. Lots more exploring, a few more fights, and a ton of crap for poor Frank to deal with. And just when life looks good, along comes fate to drop a bomb on his life. With how this one ended I'll be desperately curious to see what book 3 holds!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Roberto Flores

    This is just ridiculous. The entire first half is a jumbled, reactionary mess with no story advancement at all. The last half bounces around trying to find a plot and failing. The interesting parts are glossed over while the boring parts are expounded upon. The ending is just silly.

  6. 4 out of 5

    JERMIKAL HAMILTON

    Great addition A great addition to the series I wasn’t disappointed. With this book we find out a little bit more about different species and the team gets closer to finding home. Frank definitely makes great strides in adapting to Denton.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rocky Tkacz

    good but short 26ch Good read only issue is just as it seems that the story is finally taking off it ends and now book 3 is needed to finish what I feel will be another 26-40 ch which really should have been in this book. Still worth the read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rickie Brown

    Builds up steam The book got better and better the longer I read, and I was honestly surprised when I hit the end. Didn’t realize I was so close because I was having such a good time.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Robert loudermilk

    Good but short The first book was some 800 pages. Was a great long read. I thought this one works be similar. Still a great read, just much shorter.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Gabriel Rathweg

    Enjoyable but not as good as the first. I couldn’t put down book 1 but book 2 took me a little longer to finish. Still, a good read though.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Elias Kyrt

    book to was as good as book 1!!! Many series start out great and then fall off after a book or 2… this one gets better and better!!!

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    Jonathan

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    WILLIAM BLANCHARD

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    Brandon Staley

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    Yuosiph

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    Thomas Kerr

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    Alan Ballantyne

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    Justin Hoelscher

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    Ben

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    Fragino Arola

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    Adam B. Alexson

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    Ed Clarke

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    Hjalmar Snorrason

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