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Transcendence The Beginning After The End #6 King Grey has unrivaled strength wealth and prestige in a world governed by martial ability However solitude lingers closely behind those with great power Beneath the glamorous exterior of a powerful king lurks the shell of a man devoid of purpose and will Reincarnated into a new world filled with magic and monsters the king has a second chance to relive his life Correcting the mistakes of his past will not be his only challenge however Underneath the peace and prosperity of the new world is an undercurrent threatening to destroy everything he has worked for uestioning his role and reason for being born again


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Wearing the mask of TurtleMe this writer has progressed from his title as a Berkeley graduate and discarded his identity has a corporate worker and delved into the world of fantasy As a recognized web serial author for over two years TurtleMe brings together a mix of traditional literature alongside fast paced installments into his novel The Beginning After The End an epic fantasy starting f



10 thoughts on “Transcendence The Beginning After The End #6

  1. Greg Markwardt Greg Markwardt says:

    355 The Beginning After the End Book 6 starts a bit slow with a bit of a lull towards the end It’s odd in that not a whole lot of progression towards the main narrative happens but a lot of stuff still does happen It is larger than any of the other volumes this far so offers a substantial read however I find myself missing the whimsical elements of the first 4 volumes It’s still an excellent tale that I’ll continue with and stuff happens in this book than in 5 which was essentially the Dragon Ball Z training episodes The characters and setting are still a whole lot of fun and this volume gives you a little in site into Arthur’s former world which is neat But there is starting to be such a large cast that I may need a glossary to remember all of the minor players in book 7


  2. Kim Nguyen Kim Nguyen says:

    Boring repetitive I skipped forward half of the book especially the last third The whole book is stagnated There are a few interesting tidbits sprinkle here and there but same story repeating over and over For guy trained by the god MC keep losing or barely survive and either managed to win after being near death or got save by someone else I lost count how many times MC almost died and didn’t It is such a contrast how he is constantly being built up as a prodigy and yet keep getting trash around by most people he fought And please stop making him acting like a teenager when he is supposed to be a 40 years old king


  3. Lukas Lovas Lukas Lovas says:

    It's been a while since I've been reading the series laststill enjoyable though it took me a while to get into it again The battle descriptions are becoming a bit tedious


  4. Robert Luna Robert Luna says:

    Phenomenal readI read all 5 books before this one in a matter of 3 days then another 2 days in finishing this current oneThis series completely came out of nowhere and took me by surprise indeedNow just having finished the 6th book I can’t wait till book 7 comes out Definitely worth the long waitEverything from the first book to this current one left me unable to stop reading till the very and beyondGive the first book a chance and take off from there I guarantee you that it’ll be an amazing ride indeed


  5. Arrcraft Arrcraft says:

    Review of book 1 7Book 1 This was very entertaining and while I have read something similar before it was an enjoyable read 4 Stars However only two things kept it from being 5 stars First there was no REAL conflict in this book Everything was too easy for the MC and everything was pre ordained Second there was an initial information dump in the form of the MC reading books in a library about his new world but after this we do not get much detail I knew practically nothing about the world how society works etc Book 2 This was also entertaining and 4 stars kept back because the author seemed to skip over the most enjoyable parts I wanted to see the MC's first encounters and read about his journey Instead it kind of skips over the interesting bits to summarize a 4 year period Book 3 5 Stars The author has hit his stride You can tell he has gotten better at writing The author also shows that the MC has flaws and his character is changing You see that he is not invulnerable and can be harmedBook 4 5 Stars In this book the author explores the wider world a bit and you start seeing conflict on a larger scale You finally find people who are insanely strong compared to the MC and it starts exploring the history of the worldBook 5 5 Stars This is a book of training While it seems that a book focused mostly on training would be boring the author did a good job of keeping the reader interested You start to see the book from others point of view oftenBook 6 4 Stars This book shows that start of the true war and plot of the series It is also twice as long as normal While I normally love longer books it almost seems as if he is padding the book 30% of the book seems to come from other's point of view While the writing was still good I wanted to experience the world through the MC not some random personBook 7 4 Stars This book suffers from the same problems as the one before it It is still an enjoyable read but now about 50% of the book is either from other's point of view or a flashback from the MC's past life I will definitely read this series until the end However I am no longer furiously devouring it page by page like I did before I find myself skimming the chapters on side characters and random enemies There were 3 or 4 full chapters told from an enemy's point of view that ended up being pointless I won't go into why as that would be a spoiler


  6. Steven Naylor Steven Naylor says:

    Rating 35 stars There has been something missing in the last couple of books The princess and his parents where huge parts of the story if not the motivation for Art in the previous books They have barely been in the story though in the last couple of books I have a hard time figuring out where the author is taking me There was a good amount of this book that dealt with Grey Art's name from his previous life and his life as an orphan The story told wasn't one I believe based on what was mentioned in the previous books view spoiler Art made it seem like he had no one in his life that he cared about but he had 2 good friends and his headmaster He also talked about his prowess with Ki but in the flashback specifics of Ki weren't mentioned We find out that in Art's previous life he actually didn't really have much Ki I couldn't figure out where the author was going by telling this background It didn't really help explain Art as a character hide spoiler


  7. Clint Young Clint Young says:

    Alert I hate trying to write reviews because there are really only passfail results for me Did I make it all the way through? Yes? 5 stars No? There would be nothing here to read In all fairness if an author holds my attention from page one to the end they’ve done their job Anything less than 5 stars is petty criticism from someone incapable of even doing the job let alone doing a better oneSo in respect for the author and their work I am going to start pasting this along with a generic review I found somewhere “This was a fun book I am glad that I read it You should try it too”Now since I have to keep explaining myself to people who don't like my reviews I guess some clarification is in order1 I am 100% against criticism for works of art Art is subjective meaning reviews are irrelevant The observer's opinion is only relevant to the observer It is my belief that regardless of what others might say I have to experience the art for myself2 I read upwards of 20 books a month The 10month I spend on K U feels like I am cheating the authors But since I can't afford 20 books a month if I were to purchase them directly all I can offer is a positive review That leads us to the final point3 If I get to the end of a book then it was worth my time I give those books 5 stars because it helps the author get exposure That is the only reason I write reviews at allI understand that people are people and they are going to do what they do regardless of my stance I know the way that I review books upsets some people I am sorry they feel that way but as many have said they will just ignore my review going forward In fact if you made it this far through my review you should definitely read the book and completely ignore all of the reviews here You are a much better judge of what you will like than anyone hereCheers


  8. Kyle Dougherty Kyle Dougherty says:

    I am starting to like this books a bit less with each one There are still some interesting ideas but Arthur still feels too incredible even when he losesAlso how is this dude a genius at engineering economics war and combat The insight we have in to his past life gives us no insight into how this dude could draw the blueprints for a trainI may read the next one as they are all easy reads but the story is starting to be predictableAlso it feels weird how many characters are added and discarded


  9. Brandongeo Brandongeo says:

    TurtleMe did it againTo be honest I was scared of reading this I really love this saga but knowing that the story is going to climax I had a lot of expectations But all that worry was for nothing this was an awesome way of starting the new and probably final arc the flow was very comfortable with comedy drama and love also explaining new things people and some secrets We have a lot of story to read this is just starting


  10. Rafael Manjarrez Rafael Manjarrez says:

    After the first book I was a bit disappointed in the lack of finesse and rampant errors in spelling and grammar The story and insight in what it could be drove me to continue the series There are still times when it seems something is made up on the fly cut the way it transitions itself into the story seems much organic Spelling and grammar have improved dramatically thus allowing the narrative to unfold in a delightful way


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