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- Publication Date: September 29, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B075LTCC31
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Each novel in this series gets better. This one has the best story of the three and has a plot that makes total sense. The writing is really solid and all the quests connect together.
There are actually big stakes for the online world and for each character in real life. There’s also a great reminder that kids shouldn’t talk to strangers, even in game. Especially when they’re super creepy. The strangers not the kids.
Additionally, there are good crafting scenes and advancement of everyone's skills. I thought the ether gear, in particular, was kind of cool.
One thing that this novel does that other LitRPG stories don’t is that it makes the game world imperfect and exploitable by the bad guy. In this case, the story frames server lag and overloaded servers as a recognizable threat to the online world. It’s a much more relatable problem for gamers than a permadeath axe or hypnotic headsets.
My favorite in the series so far.
Score: 7 out of 10.
Authors should write about what they know and I hope Simons' future work has more online adventures and less corporate background.
This is just a depressing world, series and set of characters. No reason to read this tripe. Pick something else.
Although I enjoyed books 1 and 2, the author's writing style and story development have also continued to improve as they did in book 2. I look forward to the next book.
The author has done a great job of character development. The story builds and builds to a great climax and a good solution.
Nice wrap up for the series.