In the world of Re:Fuze, anything is possible. Fortunes can be made, and the unlikeliest of people can find glory in a land of swords and magic.
With low Job Qualification (JQ) scores and two years of national service looming, Eric Templeton knows he is doomed to a life of poverty. When he is given a chance to enter the game, he knows he has the opportunity to save his family from their desperate situation.
But when he enters the game, Eric isn't spawned into the newbie camp of Blundow. Instead he is sent to the darkest regions of the map, filled with creatures beyond his level. He stumbles across a conspiracy that no newbie should ever see, and he knows that he can't hope to survive.
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the storyline was surprisingly upsetting and a bit depressing but there were still some good Elements which might have worked if it wasn't such a short book
To make this book better a story line to follow the introduction. As it is i feel like I have read this before some where else. The cost vs length of the book is another issue, as better books have given me four to five times the value at the same cost. I do like te performance of Guy Williams and look forward to his work in the future.
The phantom castle or Split the Party
fighting the goblin King
not worth the time it took to download. a step by step account of an idiotic newbie playing Warcraft type game. no humour or clever prose, just almost gameplay emulated drivel with a hint of storyline direction that in no way captures you.
"brill you got to get this"
its brill and funny I love these types of audiobook the fun to listen too. this book is the best you just got to get it, cant wait for book 2
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