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Apostle of the Sleeping Gods

Disgardium, Book 2
Narrated by: Daniel Thomas May
Series: Disgardium Series, Book 2
Length: 14 hrs and 52 mins
Categories: Teens, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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Your parents are getting divorced. Now, once you turn 16, you'll be doomed to a pitiful existence on the lowest rungs of society. The neighbor girl got plastic surgery for your sake and is levelling fast to impress you. A Sleeping God gave you its power, but now demands absolute loyalty and obedience, even in real life. Something called the Destroying Plague wants its Emissary to infect everyone alive and, as luck would have it, that Emissary is you! But the city sees you as its salvation, not a cause of great suffering...

Scyth aka Alex is a potential Class-A threat to the whole world of Disgardium. That's how the system classifies imba players with an unfair advantage.

However, it is hard to threaten the world while you're stuck levelling up in noob town. It's even harder when all the preventer clans are on the verge of announcing a hunt for you and even your best friends can't be trusted, all while your two patron gods tear you apart from the inside. And now, to make matters worse, your biggest enemy has just become a threat as well.

©2019 Dan Sugralinov; English translation copyright 2019 by Andrew Schmitt (P)2019 Tantor

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amazing book.

great story and narration. character progression is steady and you really feel closer to the characters throughout the story. cant wait for book 3

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Great storytelling

So many GameLit novels lose track of storytelling in their venture to stay true to a gaming feel. This series keeps the story interesting and fun.

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more plz more!

I need more hurry on the next one the series is amazing and we'll just shut up and take my money

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Nicely done

I really like this book, but I didnt like the lack of development that that came around the characters IRL. I dont see why he couldnt name each person rather than calling them dad and mom. I also wanted and wished for an MC that wasnt woman crazy, because this just puts it in the cookie cutter plot. Guy likes girl, girl doesnt like guy until guy gets power, other girl like guy and is angry because guy likes other girl. Thats basically the relationship between them all, which is madness. Could've been so much better.

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fantastic book but.....

First off I love the game world he has created. However some of the real world problems feel unneccesary with all of the troubles and drama that can happen in the game world.

I do understand why but as a gamer and lover of rpg and mmo I find myself disappointed with some of the books in the litmmo genre.

I am screaming at the book that you don't need this added personal drama or world ending event for this game.

That being said I get it with this character just not such a strong focus on so much real world drama.

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