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Big Sneaky Barbarian

Big Sneaky Barbarian 2: A LitRPG Novel

Book 2

By: Seth McDuffee

Performed by: Johnathan McClain

Released: July 18, 2023

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 14 hr, 33 min

The comic fantasy adventures of Gabe Skelter continue as the former Earthling loser fights his way to gory glory in an RPG made all too real.
Not all that long ago, Gabe Skelter was an unimpressive, overweight, snarky teenager with more mouth than muscle and more attitude than attributes. Then, during a deadly trainwreck, he was transported to another reality. On the world of Regaia, Gabe is a different person entirely: a massively jacked-up warrior orc known as Loon. The dud has become a stud.
But even in his new buff bod and with his growing collection of skills, Gabe still finds himself in a near-constant fight for survival against a wide variety of horrific creatures. Luckily, he’s gathered a small but loyal band of fighters to cover his broad back. And he’s going to need them . . .
Because the powers that brought Gabe to Regaia have their own plans for him and his former classmates who “died” in the trainwreck—now known as sojourners. Plans that could have drastic consequences not only for Gabe’s loved ones but for all Regaia. Plans that will almost certainly get them all killed.
Packed with furious combat, nerd-tastic detail, and hilarious wit, Big Sneaky Barbarian 2 is a must-read for fans of high-octane action and nonstop smart-ass fun.
The second volume of the hit LitRPG adventure series—with more than 100,000 views on Royal Road—now available on Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, and Audible!

Praise for Big Sneaky Barbarian 2
“Wow . . . you didn’t even ask me for a blurb. Well, you can just go screw yourself, Mr. Seth.” —Matt Dinniman, bass player (also, I guess, author of Dungeon Crawler Carl)



Seth McDuffee

Seth McDuffee is the bestselling author of the novel Good Boy and Dungeon Master for the popular Dungeons & Dragons 5e podcast The d20 Syndicate, as well as a purveyor of fine soups.



Johnathan McClain