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Champion of Deania: A Cultivating Gamelit Harem Adventure (Spellheart Book 6) Kindle Edition
Surrounded by enemies and against impossible odds.
That's just another ordinary day for Theo, the Patriarch of the Hearthwood Clan. After returning from the World of Struggle and Strife with the title of chief, Theo must defend his home once more.
Theo's power has grown by leaps and bounds, and many new opportunities have presented themselves. He must use what little time he has to embrace the World Titan Fiendbody, which will give him the power to fight these many foes. With the strength of a champion and an iron will, Theo must rally himself to slay the enemies of the Hearthwood. Only then can he help Princess Tivana save Deania from the forces of the Cult of the Unblinking Eye.
The Spellheart series is a harem isekai cultivation story intended for adult readers.
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- ASIN : B0971VKC5Y
- Language : English
- File size : 2177 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 557 pages
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Crazy good books nearly impossible to put down but guys gotta eat sometime :P
Yes it’s an adult harem book and I was enjoying the harem parts, as well as the cultivation and gamelit parts. I have four stars to the previous books.
1. Main character becomes a slaver on a planet wide scale and gives up all morals.
2. The book of true man should be burned as Theo hated it in the previous book and was going to change all of orc society to show them elves shouldn’t be enslaved
3. This books destroys everything about the elves their society and reduces them to chattel.
Theo has been corrupted by his own power, but not just that the elves have been broken as a people.
He fights the the mind mages of the eye because they were destroying the minds of the elves. The orcs do the same on a wider scale.
I don’t know how the story can recover from here.
Book 6 does have a greater emphasis on action, but it also does an admirable job managing the numerous characters and relations surrounding Theo, our protagonist. I do worry that the number of progeny will soon become too large to develop meaningful characters, but I am sure Marvin will figure out a way to balance things.
Finally, I loved the callouts to typical cultivation tropes (e.g. a ring with a master cultivator's spirit inside), and I think this series does an excellent job of lampooning the typical xianxia cliches.