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Publisher's Summary

Success brings its own troubles.

Dirk's epic run of success in King's League has drawn new gamers to Dawnshire, but not all of them are there to play nice. Rumors about mysterious Graydon's Armor pieces are quietly spreading across the Realms. It isn't long before someone attempts to take away everything Dirk possess as powerful forces conspire against King's League's newest player sensation. 

The game quickly turn personal as hidden threats work to make Dirk's life miserable in and out of the game. Dirk follows the clues to King's League's cyberpunk expansion realm, 86-Neon. Fighting for survival in a world of flying cars, powerful weapons, and ruthless crime, Dirk must learn to rely on more than just himself if he hopes to survive this thrillingly hilarious second installment of King's League!

You don't need to pass the Voight-Kampff Test to enjoy this LitRPG epic by Associated Press and USA Today best sellers Jason Anspach and J. N. Chaney!

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Mark is a great narrator!

Really enjoyed the book! Hope the next one comes out soon. If you like litrpg give it a try.

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takes time to take off

if you read the first, it flows very smoothly. although I loved the play of different angles, I was hoping for some.e more of neon. the story did come together beautifully and yes, I am looking forward to the next book to come out.

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one of the best video game series I've ever seen

I'm really picky about my lit-rpg books, but so far this series has kept me hooked. It's engaging and fun in a way that you don't usually see. And I can tell the writers are gamers. That's the key. So many of these writers nowadays just write about games and you can tell they've never played any....or it's been years and they're out of touch. That is NOT the case here. Chaney and Anspach have played a lot of video games and it shows. I especially like the little nods to smaller franchises or even the big ones like WoW or Zelda. Please keep these books coming. The quality is unparalleled.

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Better than the first book!

This IS LitRPG! I loved the slide into an expansion of the game and the new feel. The new characters were very... entertaining. I can hardly wait for the next installment.

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ten out of ten, would recomend.

I am even more in love with this story then I was with the first book. I didn't think it was possible. I love how the characters say stuff my friends I say. I cannot wait for the next book in this series! how will dirk handle getting the rest of the Graiden's set?! Will he be the one who completes it? what do the stones do when they go on the belt sockets?

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good book

this book left me in complete surprising in how the next ones are going to turn out, And honestly I like that most books have a narrative and you can tell where it's leading this one leaves it open to anything in a good way

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From dungeon dunk to cyber punk

A nice transition from a low-tech medieval realm to that of a techno cyberpunk environ. What's next steampunk? Kidding aside, Jason Anspach and JN Chaney teamed up to create a fascinating follow-on book to the series. I found their effort to transform existing weapons and armor from one realm to the other with similar damage and shield characteristics well done and what one would expect from an online game that allows players to move between realms without having to start anew. Even so, there did appear to be some weapons available in 86-Neon that were more devastating than that of "normal" realm. The story itself played out well; albeit taking a bit longer than expected to enter the world. There also appears to be at least 3 new tier 1 players introduced even though their game involvement was brief and spotty. One of them was a low-leveled and a bit shifty (similar to a character-type Mark Boyett performs in other authors SciFi books) who provided some realism to the group's personalities. Mark Boyett performance a definite plus to the story telling, as is his forte. Well worth the credit and a desire to impatiently wait for the next book in the series.

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Excellent sequel!!!

Anspach and Chaney did it again with 86-Neon and Mark Boyett does such a fantastic job with this book. He is quickly becoming one of my favorite narrators and is does not disappoint in this. Lots more litrpg goodness but it isn’t weighed down with endless stats. I am excited for the next book in this series.