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Richard has escaped his oppressive government, fleeing to the safety of a peaceful country.

But his online troubles are only growing worse. His war now includes not one, but two elder gods and at least one enigmatic artificial intelligence. His allies are few and out for themselves. It's on Rich and his draconic brother to solve the mystery of this game that isn't a game and figure out how to save a world.

And perhaps they can save a god as well, if Konol can be reached in time....

©2021 Andrew Seiple (P)2021 Podium Audio

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the book you can't put down

until the end and you realize you should have. This is the book that you want to stop reading but has the potential to be worth the cost. it failed to deliver on that hope.

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Not at good as Threadbear

It is however starting to fill in some of the blanks within the threadbare world and frankly I'm really looking forward to when the two worlds start to mesh coherently.

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A somewhat unsatisfying end

This book has a lot of good stuff in it, but is in some ways the weakest of the trilogy. It has less of the clever plans and strategies I have come to love. On the upside, it answers a lot of questions that have been present since the beginning, and the answers are pretty good. It does leave a few important things unexplained though, and the ending feels a lot like "To be continued" and leaves some of the characters in a very bad state, which kind of sucks since it looks like this is the last book in this series. There's one more book in Generica Online, which might explain things, but I still wish the author had just ended it here. I still recommend this book and this series, but brace yourself for a bit of a letdown.