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The action-packed Minecraft follow-up to Invasion of the Overworld!
Gameknight999, a real-life Minecraft user trapped inside the game he loves to play, and his friend Crafter have transported to a new server. Malacoda is the King of the Nether, a terrible ghast that wants to destroy all of Minecraft with his massive army of blazes, magma cubes, zombie pigmen, and wither skeletons. Knowing the lives of all those within Minecraft - as well as those in the physical world - are depending on them, Gameknight and Crafter will need to search the land to recruit an NPC army. But the battles Gameknight's already fought have left him doubting his abilities, and he'll need to dig deep to find his courage if he's to have any shot at victory. Epic battles, terrible monsters, heartwarming friendships, and spine-tingling suspense... Battle for the Nether takes the adventures of Gameknight999 to the next level in a nonstop roller-coaster ride of adventure.
©2014 Mark Cheverton (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By dhardy on 01-03-2018

Violent

The concept of this series is great. Bullying, whether cyber or personal, is horrible for anyone to endure. This story is about a jerk-turned-good-guy who is bullied by baddies way worse than he.

This is the most violent of the three books in this series. The bad guys kill and torture men, women, and children. The bad guy punches a woman (a witch) ‘til she is dead. Children are murdered. Vivid descriptions of zombies with rotting flesh etc..

The main character’s crippling self-doubt makes the story quite tedious to get through; and he has no resolving arc to the self-doubt either.

The narrator is a test of endurance to listen to. His voice is nasal and lacks the emotion and melody to make what he’s saying interesting.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jewelziet on 09-09-2015

I'm stupid!!!

The best of all my friends are w to get my nails and eyebrows done and over the past few weeks of a sudden urge the government is take my phone to the gym

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