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Ravaged Land: The Realms Book 7: (LitRPG Portal Fantasy Adventure) Kindle Edition
-- Nicholas Keller Amazon Reviewer
#1 BESTSELLER in Young Adult Norse Myths & Legends.#1 BESTSELLER in Dungeons & Dragons Gaming.
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- ASIN : B08T7V8S3B
- Publisher : Book Room Press (January 26, 2021)
- Publication date : January 26, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1274 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 438 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #44,770 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I could totally see this world that Carney created becoming a super series with different novellas, side stories, and other series involving different historical points in the Realms. Especially with the introduction/explanations of historical events.
*SEMI VAGUE SPOILERS?!*
This change in the storyline allows so much more potential futures to unfold. It also opened up the realization that there's more than just the big bad Aluran. There are other people stronger than him that even he fears fighting head on.
* To Note: I would love to see what happened with the town during the year of Gryph being away. It was lightly touched on in this series, and I'm guessing it's because it would've taken a whole other book to probably properly explain everything. Graph acknowledges that his town had a lot of character development (hinting when he got the tithing form the town) and I almost felt like that was foreshadowing on his part to open up a chance for another side series.
All I'm saying is, I am here for it.
Overall, a good read still. There were a few parts I really liked, like the new historic opening between the Gaul and Romans, or the new godhood powers. On the whole though, it seemed like the novel was meant to push the series to a conclusion in the next book.
Score: 7.4 out of 10
The story and conflict grows as three gods fight to change reality or prevent that from happening. Misguided they may all be but sometimes the noblest path is the hardest to walk, as is being honest with yourself and your limits, something you can forget after 2000 years of life.
Whether the Light’s claims of endless torture and rebirth of souls is true or not, their methods and plans do not mesh well with Aluran’s or Gryph’s plans, leading to a 3-way war. The question is who will strike first and where?
Book 7 has a significantly faster pace than most of the other books in the series, and the implication that Book 8 will be the last explains that change up. Many of the deep mysteries of the series are finally resolved as we head into that final stretch, leaving readers in a good place though with a few traditional cliffhangers. While it looks like Mr. Carney is tee-ing up for an incredible ending to the series, it is a shame it has to end. Hopefully he'll consider writing a few more books in this world while moving forward with his new series.