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Tales of MU by Alexandra Erin

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Rated 6.99 out of 10 Statistics

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Genre: Fantasy / Romance

Updated: Almost Daily

Content Advisory

Frequent Sexual Content

Frequent Coarse Language

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Overall Rating: 6.991

Average Rating: 8.5 (Guests), 6.88 (Members)

Ranking: #104

Rating Count: 14 (2 Guests, 12 members)

1 indicates a weighted rating.

Synopsis

"Higher Fantasy, Higher Education"

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"Sex Shock!"

Rating: 8/10

Tales of MU is a great read, making it difficult to look away from the screen. That said, the level of mature content included can be quite shocking at times, and it is probably not suitable for those with sensitivity to homosexual and slave/master themes. I found myself wondering why I was reading pornography, but realised that it is because AE’s writing style is so good, with complex character…Read More

"Worth Checking Out But Not Grabbing Me Enough to Keep Reading"

Rating: 6/10

Tales of MU definitely started out as entertaining, and I appreciate how Alexandra Erin brings non-mainstream sexualities and genders to the forefront through her main characters rather than through supporting characters or cameos. I think this kind of openness is instrumental in getting non-mainstream sexualities and genders on the radar, because honestly, for most people they aren’t. Some readers…Read More

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Eastridge Academy - School for Adventurers (Book 1)

Both take place in schools with magical and other supernatural elements.

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Addergoole

Both are set in magical schools with a strong focus on relationships, ownership, love and lust. Addergoole is perhaps a little darker and has a more varied range of high school characters, all of which have magic in some way; Tales of MU is set in a university and has a mixture of magical and human students.

Recommended by amharte - Report

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