Divine Koan, Book 1: Send me an Angel – Classic Audiobook

By Cebelius

(7 Reviews)


Final Price: $7.99


Grant a wish…

One of the few chosen to remain awake, Michael Hobbes lives a boring life aboard the ark ship Odysseus, dreaming of his time in the virtual fantasy world, Argos, as he waits for his five-year tour to end. Yet his return to stasis is fraught with peril as a rogue AI – last legacy of the war that ended life on Earth – slaughters the crew.

Once inside the game he learns his troubles have only begun. Unable to destroy the ship, the hostile intelligence has invaded Argos.

Partnered with the most powerful human player, the rogue has introduced a new mechanic: true death. With no way to leave stasis and regain his administrative controls, Michael Hobbes must quest, conquer, and gain allies to take on a seemingly unstoppable guild.

Hobbes is no leader and ill-suited to become one, yet the fate of the human race rests on his shoulders, and his only hope of victory is to follow a unique and seemingly impossible quest chain: The Divine Koan.

©2020 Cebelius (P)2020 Soundbooth Theater

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  • Release Date: 10/29/2020
  • Imprint: Soundbooth Theater
  • Genres: GameLit, LitRPG

Reviews (7)

A good listen

a good short read...if almost 8 hours is short. I really did enjoy it.

a good short read...if almost 8 hours is short. I really did enjoy it.

A good listen

Outstanding Story

I both really liked the MC and was annoyed by him, Kinda reminded me of young Matt Cauthon. Very good story and several interesting characters. I am very much looking forward to the next book. SBT did an amassing job on the narration and sound effects.

Everything an amazing Lit-RPG needs

Real word stakes where humanity hangs in the balance. An unlikely hero who's incredibly relatable with flaws and strengths. Villains for whom evil comes so naturally that calamity can't help but follow their foot falls. Cebelius delivers a world that will have you on the hook start to finish and begging for the next book once again. The audio cast brings the performance to life wonderfully and I'm happy to report that the version without the music still includes the full voice cast. Once you listen to and love this book be sure to check out Cebelius's other works on Audible.