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Scott Ambrose fought the good fight, but with his life stuck on an unending repeat of death and frustration, he has chosen to break the cycle. In order to save his friends from the zombie plague that kills them with each reload of the world, he has chosen to journey into a new fantastical parody world to get the help and resources he needed. It is a world of sorcery and st Scott Ambrose fought the good fight, but with his life stuck on an unending repeat of death and frustration, he has chosen to break the cycle. In order to save his friends from the zombie plague that kills them with each reload of the world, he has chosen to journey into a new fantastical parody world to get the help and resources he needed. It is a world of sorcery and steel. A place he refers to affectionately as, Fantasy Australia. With the help of a non-union parody equivalent to a certain goddess of uselessness, an overly amorous and masochistic crusader, and a strangely attractive lich, he seeks the answer to the puzzle that haunts his mind. Can he cure the zombie plague? Can he save his friends? This story is a work of parody. It borrows only as much from the source as is needed to tell the tale and nothing more. It contains adult situations, sexual situations, gore, and a useless goddess who is mostly her own worst enemy.


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Scott Ambrose fought the good fight, but with his life stuck on an unending repeat of death and frustration, he has chosen to break the cycle. In order to save his friends from the zombie plague that kills them with each reload of the world, he has chosen to journey into a new fantastical parody world to get the help and resources he needed. It is a world of sorcery and st Scott Ambrose fought the good fight, but with his life stuck on an unending repeat of death and frustration, he has chosen to break the cycle. In order to save his friends from the zombie plague that kills them with each reload of the world, he has chosen to journey into a new fantastical parody world to get the help and resources he needed. It is a world of sorcery and steel. A place he refers to affectionately as, Fantasy Australia. With the help of a non-union parody equivalent to a certain goddess of uselessness, an overly amorous and masochistic crusader, and a strangely attractive lich, he seeks the answer to the puzzle that haunts his mind. Can he cure the zombie plague? Can he save his friends? This story is a work of parody. It borrows only as much from the source as is needed to tell the tale and nothing more. It contains adult situations, sexual situations, gore, and a useless goddess who is mostly her own worst enemy.

30 review for Power Fantasy

  1. 4 out of 5

    M

    An acceptable sequel Fun to read, but fell short in a lot of ways compared to the first. MASSIVE SPOILERS BELOW For a long time what was happening in Highschool of the Dead world went unaddressed, and it felt rather disconnected. We don’t really remember what’s happening over there until he reminds us. When he finally reunited with them at the end there’s repeatedly a feeling of “ oh yeah, that was going on” and “ Who was that- oh now I remember that character”. The protagonist’s analysis and invo An acceptable sequel Fun to read, but fell short in a lot of ways compared to the first. MASSIVE SPOILERS BELOW For a long time what was happening in Highschool of the Dead world went unaddressed, and it felt rather disconnected. We don’t really remember what’s happening over there until he reminds us. When he finally reunited with them at the end there’s repeatedly a feeling of “ oh yeah, that was going on” and “ Who was that- oh now I remember that character”. The protagonist’s analysis and involvement in the Konosuba world felt lesser than what the first book showed in the Highschool of the Dead world. Still had some good thoughts, but maybe 60-80% of book 1. It felt like he was just getting the details out of the way in case someone wasn’t familiar with the show. Additionally, the author implicitly tells us that Megumin won’t be part of the story (probably because she’s probably underage) by having a group with what is clearly her character walk by and show no indication of joining the protagonist’s group. It just seemed a little weird that the protagonist, who’s all about gaming the story line, doesn’t seem to recognize Megumin. But hey, props for “show, don’t tell” and not talking down to your readers. Finally, it is getting kinda hard to keep track of all the going ones in different worlds. He’s captured in HofD, but starting a new world, and still has stuff going on in Konosuba world. Lots of stuff.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    I think this one worked better for me after reading the first one just recently. There's still a lot of anime references that my limited exposure to the genre doesn't provide me with specifics, but this book made more sense/seemed more coherent to me than did vol. 1. Interesting ending and I'm not exactly sure what happened there so I'll look at that again. Anyway, looking forward to the wackiness of vol. 3. I think this one worked better for me after reading the first one just recently. There's still a lot of anime references that my limited exposure to the genre doesn't provide me with specifics, but this book made more sense/seemed more coherent to me than did vol. 1. Interesting ending and I'm not exactly sure what happened there so I'll look at that again. Anyway, looking forward to the wackiness of vol. 3.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alex Meca

    There are no words to express or definer the awesomeness of this book. For any anime, manga, video games, or geek tv fans out there this is fun to perfection. It may not be the deepest book in the world but it it everything else, funny, action packed, and most importantly fun. A lot of books forget this detail. We play games for fun and we read books to get away for awhile and that while should be fun and this book delivers.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nathan A.Thompson

    Way better than the Last of Us 2 Sorry about the title, but yeah, this book helped me wash a particularly awful taste out of my mouth. Read this if you want to have well-written, silly, light-hearted, apocalyptic fun...that has fewer plot-holes than some other, more serious work.... Alright, yes, I'm bitter, and yes this book helped. Read it. Way better than the Last of Us 2 Sorry about the title, but yeah, this book helped me wash a particularly awful taste out of my mouth. Read this if you want to have well-written, silly, light-hearted, apocalyptic fun...that has fewer plot-holes than some other, more serious work.... Alright, yes, I'm bitter, and yes this book helped. Read it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tyler

    I enjoyed this book due to its comedy and connection with a funny and fun anime. It adds a fun twist and really makes the story enjoyable. The pace of the story is well done and the ending had a really nice cliff hanger. I am waiting for the next book to release.

  6. 4 out of 5

    John Edward

    Good adult fantasy Seriously good adult fantasy. It also works in some pretty cool anime themes, if you are not familiar with high school of the dead or Konosuba you should read/watch them first.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Glory to the Flying Spaghetti Monster! Sauce for the Sauce God! Noodles for the Noodle Throne! Mr. Futch knocks another out of the ballpark with his Anime parody series. Looking forward to the next episode!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ben

    awesome and hillarious as always Any fan of anime or manga will love this book. The only problem it has is that you want the next one immediately, but it's not out so you have to wait. awesome and hillarious as always Any fan of anime or manga will love this book. The only problem it has is that you want the next one immediately, but it's not out so you have to wait.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jason Black

    When is the next one coming??? Need, not want to read the next book so when can we get it and if it has anything to do with what is hinted at the end of this book its going to be great

  10. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Markosky

    Read it and you'll love it too Scottie always packs his stories full of laughter, heart, and type 2 diabetes. The world in this book was just as comical as its inspiration and I cannot wait for the next. 5/5 candy bars, would eat again. Read it and you'll love it too Scottie always packs his stories full of laughter, heart, and type 2 diabetes. The world in this book was just as comical as its inspiration and I cannot wait for the next. 5/5 candy bars, would eat again.

  11. 5 out of 5

    John DeBlanc

    Good stuff Scottie Futch takes us back to his world of parody game verse version of his Scottieverse saga in Power Fantasy: Chronicles of Shattered Earth. Great sequel to the first one. Eagerly awaiting the next book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    Another great entry A new world, a bratty goddess and more zombies. What more can you ask for? Well, I’d like another book in the series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bill Mcbride

    Gets better This book series gets better and better I love the main character he is built very good so he is always developing and he is a badass

  14. 4 out of 5

    Seth

    Excellent fun This was a fun, and entertaining little romp through an exceedingly topsy-turvy story. Very much look forward to next installment for this series!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Skye

    Another great installment This is a great series, that truly is a power fantasy and has made me laugh constantly. I can’t wait for the next book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Walter O. Anderson Jr.

    Interesting! Funny to read how manga and anime that I'm familiar with are changed to create the plot twists here. Good read! Interesting! Funny to read how manga and anime that I'm familiar with are changed to create the plot twists here. Good read!

  17. 4 out of 5

    William Miller

    Waiting for number 3 Nice read and interesting story line. Charater build could be better but doesn't take away from the story. Thank you. Waiting for number 3 Nice read and interesting story line. Charater build could be better but doesn't take away from the story. Thank you.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Austin Youngblood

    A great sequel Let’s be real here - anything Scottie Futch writes is funny as hoo-hah. Just read the dang book. Go on. Clicky clicky.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sword Guy

    Great book Amazing parodies that even I understand. MC stayed alive 1000 times more often than in book 1. Very 8nterexted in part 3 of the lightbringer saga.

  20. 5 out of 5

    John Smith

    A fun romp Thoroughly enjoyed it and looking forward to the next installment of the series. Could still use some grammar touch ups, but there's nothing too egregious. A fun romp Thoroughly enjoyed it and looking forward to the next installment of the series. Could still use some grammar touch ups, but there's nothing too egregious.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Roberto Flores

    Getting to technical This was fun at first but now it spends more time with menus and point totals. The story is being lost and the characters are no longer appreciated.

  22. 4 out of 5

    John Stephens

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarafisher001

  24. 5 out of 5

    John F. Benson

  25. 5 out of 5

    henry

  26. 5 out of 5

    Robert loudermilk

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tim

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bill Chambers

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dark Ape

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