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The Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure: Book 1: The Novice Succubus (eBook)

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The Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure: Book 1: The Novice Succubus
The Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure: Book 1: The Novice Succubus eBook Cover, written by Amanda Clover
The Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure: Book 1: The Novice Succubus eBook Cover, written by Amanda Clover
Author(s) Amanda Clover
Series The Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date August 25, 2017
Media type eBook
Length 155 Pages
ASIN B0755DZ448
Followed by The Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure: Book 6: The Succubus Queen

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The Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure: Book 1: The Novice Succubus is an eBook written by Amanda Clover. It is the first work in the Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure series by this author. In this work the character Morelle is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Easily Defeated Hero's Monster Girl Adventure: Book 1: The Novice Succubus
  • Author: Amanda Clover
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 155 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B0755DZ448
  • Publishing Date: August 25, 2017


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Plot Summary

Losing has never been so much fun!

In this interactive adventure story, YOU are Lucas LeBlanc, a simple farmer left by family tragedy to tend to your family farm so you can put your sister through the wizard academy. You are a scrawny young man with no meat on the bones. You're easy pickings for local robbers, so why has the goddess Veleda chosen you to be a world-saving hero? Her beautiful angel, Theora, certainly doesn't understand. Now it's up to you to confront the naughtiest monster girls one at a time and imprison them in a crystal harem in your sword.

You have no special abilities, one night's training with Theora, and almost no chance. But thanks to Veleda, you have a thousand lives! You can meet a BAD END at the hands (or lips, feet, or just about anything else) of a horny monster girl only to be pulled through time and space by the goddess to fight again. Use your wits, devious strategy, or just give in to the desire and find out what happens when you lose. Again and again.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on September 1, 2017


The work is a CYOA story in which the reader is placed in the role of the main character and events transpire as choices are made. There’s some heat at times, a bit of intrigue now and then as well. Overall the concept is interesting, and there are some really quite well written moments that I liked very much.

But as in most CYOA books, there’s a great deal of receptiveness in each branch taken and that, over time, caused me to skim over many parts. That said, I liked Morelle in her background, who she is, and what she wants as the story progressed. She’s a little bit stereotypical at times, but that’s part and parcel of the setting more than anything else.

There are some erotic moments which have a smattering of heat, but overall the driving point of the work are the events that the main character is drawn into and what happens when they must make a choice. Again, that’s the core of any CYOA work and this one does that well as a whole.

My issue is that I’ve never really enjoyed such works and I found things becoming dull and uninteresting quite quickly. It’s a shame really that happened and I honestly think that the author should take this storyline and turn it into a proper novel. There’s a lot to work with here, a lot of story that’s a bit skimmed over, and I think that would work really well.

Three out of five pitchforks.

The work has a lot going for it, but for me personally there’s so much repetition in events and dialogue that I just didn’t really feel like I was into the story as much as I’d have liked. I’d dearly like to see this as a proper novel, with the characters and setting expanded fully. That would be interesting to me at least. For those that like CYOA works, it’s well done and I think there’s a lot here to enjoy. But it’s a bit too thin in character, plot and development for my tastes.


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