- File Size: 5845 KB
- Print Length: 287 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Role of the Hero Publishing (March 20, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XRBQT8X
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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#9,697 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
- #22 in Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Norse & Viking
- #27 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Norse & Viking
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I like the characters and the story. It is well-written and entertaining. The game mechanics are pretty decent as well, although there is no character generation or much planning ahead and it takes a backseat in regards to the story and character development. No character sheets, few game messages. No cliffhanger ending, but more parts are sure to follow. I am curious how she got into the game. I also like how she questions the whole setup and there even are a few thoughts on what makes somebody human or alive.
The biggest downsides are its size, it is rather short (roughly half the size of most books on here). I am also not entirely sure the setup, dying people uploading their mind into a game out of fear of death, works. I am even more surprised by the relatively simplicity of the game, at least at this rank. Would you really want to be stuck for ever in a game where everything is just about fighing one another based purely on the color of your team? Sure, it fits the mythology of the Vikings, but don't humans need more to enjoy life? I mean, rich people who fear death to such an extreme are probably not the physical fighting types. There might be more going on, and I can suspend my disbelief over something like this, but still.
All in all, good read and looking forward to the next part. I just hoped it has a higher page count.
I very much liked the female MC, a strong independent character who is trying her best in an unknown world. Also, OMG... the kobolds! I never thought I'd get behind the scaly little buggers but the author did a great job fleshing them out.
Looking forward to book two with great anticipation!
I've read some litRPG books in the past, and I do game causally, but I haven't enjoyed them much. They have been too artificial for me to sink into the world. Many are just too poorly written.
Although this book was set as a game it worked better for me. I liked that all the characters seemed to be a bit more balanced/real (no luck based sh*t or dumb walling wheelbarrows). Also people weren't too casual about the death.
The book as short but it was a nice story arc and did at least close itself to some extent. I could also see it as part 1 of a 2 or 3 part book rather than a book of it's own.
There were some annoying typos but not too many. Maybe a half dozen I noticed.
Some of the motivation to make the game/how the game works compared to its stated purpose seems a bit thin but that's not all that important to the story itself so I really didn't mind.
There was certainly violence but it was too nasty. There wasn't any sex or sexual tension or romantic elements at all. But there was emotion. I could believe in the characters actions. There seemed to act as they were written. It was believable to me.
I'd think most people who like LitRPG or like fantasy and are gamers will like this book. A good addition to the genera.
It passes my key test in that I was really pissed off when it ended and now I have to wait for the next in the series, so please Mr Author put out the cat and focus, more writing please.
A strong female MC and one who does not let her doubts or occasional moments of weakness throw her off track. All in all a good read and well worth both the time and money.
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