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Stan can't afford to have his brain removed. The richest and luckiest players of the video game "Thousand Tales" get their minds uploaded to its virtual paradise world, while Stan can barely buy a handheld console. Instead of sulking he plays, and grows, becoming a skilled craftsman and a seafaring explorer. 

The game's ruling AI, Ludo, helps him find the hope and inspiration missing from his real life. When the AI starts asking for favors and having him reach out between the real and digital worlds, Stan has a chance to turn his life into an actual adventure. But first he needs to earn the most valuable prize of all: his freedom.

Crafter's Passion is part of the emerging "LitRPG" or "GameLit" genre, combining science-fiction with the world of gaming.

©2018 Kristopher M. Schnee (P)2018 Kristopher M. Schnee

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meh

the story was good but really didn't keep me interested. the only conflict seemed to be the main characters choice for a future. the book is more political science fiction than litrpg.

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had potential

could been better. started out promising but ended up falling short. no real climax or character progression