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The Kingdoms of Evil by Daniel M. Bensen

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Rated 7.49 out of 10 Statistics

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Genre: Fantasy / Humor

Audience: young-adults,adults

Updated: Almost Daily

Content Advisory

Occasional Sexual Content

Occasional Coarse Language

Occasional Violence

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Overall Rating: 7.491

Average Rating: 10 (Guests), 10 (Members)

Ranking: #82

Rating Count: 3 (2 Guests, 1 members)

1 indicates a weighted rating.

Synopsis

"A Humor Fantasy Webnovel for anyone who roots for the Bad Guy"

The Kingdoms of Evil cast a shadow of death and horror over half a continent and Freetrick Feend is next in line to be their king.

A college student in a comfortable and civilized nation not so different from yours, Freetrick suddenly finds himself kidnapped by monsters, engaged to a dominatrix, and put in charge of a country where Maniacal Laughter is a performance art and Assassination a competitive sport, with extra points awarded for creative cruelty.

As the new focus of all evil in the world, Freetrick must survive court intrigues, well-justified foreign invasion, internal rebellions, and a looming environmental catastrophe that might just kill everyone anyway. Because in a land of constant shadow, what do the monsters eat?

Aside from each other.

The Kingdoms of Evil is an epic fantasy humor novel for those of us who root for the bad guy.

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Comedy, Fantastic Creatures, Fantasy, Romance

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"Really Good Evil"

Rating: 6 / 10

The Kingdoms of Evil was the first web serial I remember reading, and it was good enough for me to want to read other web serials. That being said, it has its flaws as well as its glorious moments. The humor in Kingdoms of Evil is hilarious if you like epic fantasy, otherwise it may fall flat. But the greatest obstacle to the readers enjoyment is the prologue, which has negligible relevance to…Read More

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