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Read the amazing webseries with over 3 million views, now in ebook form, fully edited and with a brand new introductory chapter. Description: In the second book of the Dao of Magic series, the thousand-year-old cultivator Drew Liam, who likes to call himself Teach, is happily sailing along. He has gathered a bunny, some random kids, and (almost) a dragon to his cause, a Read the amazing webseries with over 3 million views, now in ebook form, fully edited and with a brand new introductory chapter. Description: In the second book of the Dao of Magic series, the thousand-year-old cultivator Drew Liam, who likes to call himself Teach, is happily sailing along. He has gathered a bunny, some random kids, and (almost) a dragon to his cause, and now all he wants to do is to play pirate. His private pocket dimension Tree is growing nicely, and his studies in the mysteries of mana and mutants are also progressing. Somehow, he feels like this all happened in a previous volume of his life, but every time he thinks about it, the details slip away. Instead of taking it easy like he wants to, the Tower is suddenly sending him a distress signal, not hours after a certain female dragon sang along his mystical guitar playing, thus conjuring up a massive mana storm. Will he ever manage to ascend despite the planet lacking the energy to do so by many factors? Are his students finally going to stab him in the back for being an annoying asswipe? Will his pet rabbit, Lola, finally give up her horn fetish? Read and find out!


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Read the amazing webseries with over 3 million views, now in ebook form, fully edited and with a brand new introductory chapter. Description: In the second book of the Dao of Magic series, the thousand-year-old cultivator Drew Liam, who likes to call himself Teach, is happily sailing along. He has gathered a bunny, some random kids, and (almost) a dragon to his cause, a Read the amazing webseries with over 3 million views, now in ebook form, fully edited and with a brand new introductory chapter. Description: In the second book of the Dao of Magic series, the thousand-year-old cultivator Drew Liam, who likes to call himself Teach, is happily sailing along. He has gathered a bunny, some random kids, and (almost) a dragon to his cause, and now all he wants to do is to play pirate. His private pocket dimension Tree is growing nicely, and his studies in the mysteries of mana and mutants are also progressing. Somehow, he feels like this all happened in a previous volume of his life, but every time he thinks about it, the details slip away. Instead of taking it easy like he wants to, the Tower is suddenly sending him a distress signal, not hours after a certain female dragon sang along his mystical guitar playing, thus conjuring up a massive mana storm. Will he ever manage to ascend despite the planet lacking the energy to do so by many factors? Are his students finally going to stab him in the back for being an annoying asswipe? Will his pet rabbit, Lola, finally give up her horn fetish? Read and find out!

30 review for The Dao of Magic #2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Timothy M. Becker

    Great twist I love the way this book takes on cultivation and mostly does away or at least makes fun of the absurd false modesty and face that all wuxia stories usually have.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Julie Winter

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The Best Series of the Year! True Action-Adventure, less plot and more...eh hmm.."let's just do this and have fun? Then we will see what we want to do next, ok? ok, good!", Lots of humor and heart. A lot of Easter eggs. The author loves to explain in detail; then depending on your own intelligence or knowledge you may or may not catch the full humor of the situation. It is fun to see who caught which reference and who didn't, and what one I missed, ect! Lots of fun people: what are you doing?! W The Best Series of the Year! True Action-Adventure, less plot and more...eh hmm.."let's just do this and have fun? Then we will see what we want to do next, ok? ok, good!", Lots of humor and heart. A lot of Easter eggs. The author loves to explain in detail; then depending on your own intelligence or knowledge you may or may not catch the full humor of the situation. It is fun to see who caught which reference and who didn't, and what one I missed, ect! Lots of fun people: what are you doing?! Why are you not reading the book yet!? Oh! Yeah! One more important thing to know: the narration on the Audible is fantastic... truly the narrator became the MC. I so enjoyed the performance I would buy the book asap but then wait till it came out in audible to read/listen. Do yourself a favor and enjoy this series! Cool Beans!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Douglas Debner

    Basically if you liked book 1 in this series you will like book 2. What I like most about this series is the MC is actually intelligent. The MC still makes mistakes either due to limited time and information or simply because he is 1,000 years old and so just enjoys risking a mistake over plotting everything out. The MC also is likely the most powerful individual active on the planet, and yet he does still face danger from time to time. (Also there is the possibility of some sleeping dragons bei Basically if you liked book 1 in this series you will like book 2. What I like most about this series is the MC is actually intelligent. The MC still makes mistakes either due to limited time and information or simply because he is 1,000 years old and so just enjoys risking a mistake over plotting everything out. The MC also is likely the most powerful individual active on the planet, and yet he does still face danger from time to time. (Also there is the possibility of some sleeping dragons being more powerful than him.) Like me, this author finds the question of what is done with power to be interesting. He even has the MC discuss the use of power with his companions. Bottom line: Smart and enjoyable.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dániel

    Started out ok, became a jumbled mess later. DNF @ 85%, might finish it later. The writer started transforming the book into a written form of Yakety Sax, and that just shatters my suspension of disbelief. The whole school/sect thing was a mistake imo. I never encountered a book, where suddenly introducing 200 faceless, nameless people positively contributed to the story. I get that you want to make MC into a powerhouse, but if you don't flesh out the side characters, they'll become random props Started out ok, became a jumbled mess later. DNF @ 85%, might finish it later. The writer started transforming the book into a written form of Yakety Sax, and that just shatters my suspension of disbelief. The whole school/sect thing was a mistake imo. I never encountered a book, where suddenly introducing 200 faceless, nameless people positively contributed to the story. I get that you want to make MC into a powerhouse, but if you don't flesh out the side characters, they'll become random props no one cares about. It feels like wasted time, reading about the "students" and the whole faction/cult nonsense. Also, I hate the whole "2 years passed, during which I did this and finished that." thing. Show, don't tell! I want to see the stuff MC does, I don't just want to hear about it in one random sentence. Grrr.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Elaina Myers

    Wild adventure mixed with science This second book is just as crazy an adventure as the first. I love how the characters switch from chaotic actions, to scientific analysis, to introspection. I really enjoy the mix and it feels more ‘real’ to me as a result. It’s kind of like the characters move between work/studying, going to an amusement park (e.g. fighting monsters and doing things they probably shouldn’t), and having a nice relaxing dinner with family and friends. Not for kids, due to: violenc Wild adventure mixed with science This second book is just as crazy an adventure as the first. I love how the characters switch from chaotic actions, to scientific analysis, to introspection. I really enjoy the mix and it feels more ‘real’ to me as a result. It’s kind of like the characters move between work/studying, going to an amusement park (e.g. fighting monsters and doing things they probably shouldn’t), and having a nice relaxing dinner with family and friends. Not for kids, due to: violence, theft, some cursing, and some adult themes, including sex (with thankfully very little detail in this area).

  6. 4 out of 5

    Vincent Archer

    Reading a power trip full-on mashup of insanity. But then, it is what you need to expect from M. Louws works. There's a semi-serious background under the story, there's a serious system in the aisle... and you find yourself unable to control the corners of your mouth because there's fight going on between a rabbit and a dragon (spoiler: the rabbit wins). Or the rabbit ends up with a red mohawk cut. There's probably a bit too much of it, too fast, which is why I'm not satisfied with the book as muc Reading a power trip full-on mashup of insanity. But then, it is what you need to expect from M. Louws works. There's a semi-serious background under the story, there's a serious system in the aisle... and you find yourself unable to control the corners of your mouth because there's fight going on between a rabbit and a dragon (spoiler: the rabbit wins). Or the rabbit ends up with a red mohawk cut. There's probably a bit too much of it, too fast, which is why I'm not satisfied with the book as much as I should be. It's like cake. It might be delicious enough, but if you eat it too fast, your stomach will complain no matter what.

  7. 5 out of 5

    David Uko

    This review is for the audiobook version. This book was entertaining enough for a light listen to pass the time. It’s not to be taken seriously and with the MC basically being incredibly OP with some limitations there weren’t any challenges. We get to see the development of the main disciples as well as how the MC’s actions unwittingly messed up the planet’s ecosystem. Regardless, it was funny and I’d give it a 3.5. I recommend this series if you are looking for a very lighthearted cultivation r This review is for the audiobook version. This book was entertaining enough for a light listen to pass the time. It’s not to be taken seriously and with the MC basically being incredibly OP with some limitations there weren’t any challenges. We get to see the development of the main disciples as well as how the MC’s actions unwittingly messed up the planet’s ecosystem. Regardless, it was funny and I’d give it a 3.5. I recommend this series if you are looking for a very lighthearted cultivation read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Marko

    This book is the opposite of book one. It starts strong, there’s a lot of plot, progression and even some surprises. Somehow this dissolves a bit in the second half though. There are many weird plot holes (like Ragnari just casually overpowering Bord and Lola) and a lot of small, unimportant and seemingly random storylines get started but not really resolved. Most of the cast stays shallow, uninteresting side characters. There’s no real plot or progression.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Johnny

    Book two Mistakes: This book is riddled with errors. The editing could be a lot better. Plot: things are getting interesting as the MC works to change the planet and some of it's people. Characters: they keep growing and remain interesting. 7.5/10 Get better editing. Book two Mistakes: This book is riddled with errors. The editing could be a lot better. Plot: things are getting interesting as the MC works to change the planet and some of it's people. Characters: they keep growing and remain interesting. 7.5/10 Get better editing.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Justin Barber

    I wonder if the author even had an outline This book is great then it revolves into the author trying to fix previous mistakes in the book attempting to play it off as if the MC forgot. Bugged the hell out of me and won’t be reading anymore of this series

  11. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    5 star book, 2 star editing This book, much like the first book, is a fantastic story With great characters and world building. Unfortunately the spelling errors are significant to the point I had to knock it down a star.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chris Flores

    Cultivation series done wonderfully. This cultivation series is great and I love all the powers and their variety throughout the story. The humor is great and the issues that are needed to be delt with are interesting and original. 7.8/10

  13. 4 out of 5

    Curtis Gatterson

    An interesting read I like the way the author is able to tell the complete story, but make it seem like it’s coming from different directions and going in different directions. Very entertaining and enjoyable.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lukas Lovas

    Fun enough, though the novelty of the idea has worn off, and the book itself, though funny, is nothing too special. I plan to read on, but I don't feel the book is rave worthy - just a fun and pleasant read :) Fun enough, though the novelty of the idea has worn off, and the book itself, though funny, is nothing too special. I plan to read on, but I don't feel the book is rave worthy - just a fun and pleasant read :)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    I'm really enjoying how this book stitches all of the current fads (Dungeons, Cultivation, Other Worlds, etc) into a coherent seamless whole. The fact that the protagonist does a lot of building makes it even better. I will be reading the sequel. 3.5/5 Stars I'm really enjoying how this book stitches all of the current fads (Dungeons, Cultivation, Other Worlds, etc) into a coherent seamless whole. The fact that the protagonist does a lot of building makes it even better. I will be reading the sequel. 3.5/5 Stars

  16. 5 out of 5

    Reader

    Not bad, when there are potentially better options of things to read it’s difficult to make an argument for coming back to this one. Maybe after some time, if I’m reading a particularly heavy book, I can utilize this as a nice palate cleaner. - Dropped Ch 100

  17. 5 out of 5

    Paul Calhoun

    The serialization origin of this series is getting more apparent as the book takes multiple hard turns, backtracks, hot fixes, and dead ends. The MC seems to be regressing even as he grows in power. I can see why all the other enlightened powers decided to kick him out of their divine realm.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Jane

    Fun, a bit absurd, dragons, Qi powered rabbit with a magic horn, a millennium old dude that acts juvenile, more kidnapping, dungeons and lots of weird adventures. Highly recommended.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Martinez

    Fun book, great series Fun book, great series. Can’t wait for the next book. Can’t wait to see how things develop and where the story goes.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ross Walker

    Great book If you liked 1 you'll like 2, and I can't wait for 3. Good action parts, good funny parts and great world building. Great book If you liked 1 you'll like 2, and I can't wait for 3. Good action parts, good funny parts and great world building.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ender

    Still an interesting book, but spends a bit too much time on the mechanics of his magic. I thought the first book was better. Still I like this author and will keep reading their works.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Taylor whiting

    Very entertaining Quite a good sequel, I truly enjoyed the sarcasm and humor in this book and in the series overall. Highly recommend

  23. 4 out of 5

    Soo

    Notes: 3.5 Stars

  24. 4 out of 5

    Travis Grant

    Fantastic read. Again, I meditated while listening.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Albert Nicolau

    Utterly disappointed...

  26. 4 out of 5

    Johnie C

    Great read I enjoyed reading this book very much and would recommend it highly to anyone that like litRPG type of books.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sunmade Ejiwunmi

    Amazing So this is what a Chaotic Good Character is like! Absolutely crazy but absolutely brilliant too. Loved it! I want more.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Glyndon Peters

    Brill I really like this bookcant wait for the 3rd book to come out. This book have some funny parts and the story is well built

  29. 4 out of 5

    J.

    Pretty good book, but a disappointment after reading the first. While the Teach is still great, the addition of the many new characters and viewpoints leaves the overall plot rambling and disjointed.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Victor Sanchez

    It was lazier than the last book. I honestly was waiting to see what he did with the people he took from the world and his idea to create a sect and... he loled. He didn't do anything and in fact, promoted his students to become little tyrants and create cults because it was "funny". The rest is the typical op story, with a small section of intrigue with the satellites but the last part was a drag. Just a bore. So I wouldn't recommend this book. It lacks a lot of imagination and the humor comes It was lazier than the last book. I honestly was waiting to see what he did with the people he took from the world and his idea to create a sect and... he loled. He didn't do anything and in fact, promoted his students to become little tyrants and create cults because it was "funny". The rest is the typical op story, with a small section of intrigue with the satellites but the last part was a drag. Just a bore. So I wouldn't recommend this book. It lacks a lot of imagination and the humor comes at trying too hard to be meme

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