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The easy part was getting in. The hard part will be surviving until the end.

Ray thought he was through the worst the game had to offer. I mean, lich kings, vampires, and the dark one himself? Boy was he wrong.

Potential new enemies are about to storm the gates. Lands need exploring and evil cultists' heads need chopping.

Because when the horn bellows for a hero, people like you and Ray answer. Hone that imagination, grab your dice, and get ready, this one is going to be a doozy. Start listening today!

©2019 Archimedes Books (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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  • 11-16-20

Terrible lack of care.

I only read this as I bought book 1 and 2 together, and while I wasn't a fan of the first I thought I'd give this one a try hoping it was better - yet, amazingly, it is worse. First there is the time dilation issue. In first book he set the time scale at one day is one year. Think he tried to change it in this one, but I forget if that is the case. The time dilation made no odds in first book, but makes this book IMPOSSIBLE. In this book the MC has his brother join him in the game, though playing with VR gear, not in the game fully like the MC is. So imagine his brother logs out to sleep, has breakfast/dinner, sees his kids etc he would be out for at least 12 hours a day. By time he logs back in the MC would have been waiting for him for six months. Even logging out for an hour would have MC having to wait 365 hours. Then there is the massive and constant contradictions that happen. Brother logs out and his avatar vanishes the first time he goes, but after that he logs out and his avatar just stands there like a shop dummy. Done in first case just so MC can mess with his avatar and draw pictures on his face. The stupidity is compounded when the brother says he saw it all. HOW?? If he logs out and takes his helmet off, how can he have seen anything his avatar saw? Never explains it, just expects you to swallow that fact. Another occasion the MC explains his constant knowledge of a seemingly endless number of abstract facts to his brother by saying he reads a lot of books. Only for within a chapter to walk into a library and make the comment he has no interest in the books because he doesn't read and is dyslexic. Another one he gets told how his madness works only to a few minutes later tell his brother he has no idea what things will make his madness worse. Believe me when I say there were quite a few others. I honestly don't know how an author can let this pile of rubbish slid past them. Most will do multiple rewrites and edits, and then it would be beta read and edited by publishers etc. So I don't understand how all this just sailed on by them. Lastly, the whole power scale in this is crazy. In book one he kills a Lich at level 9, and those are the most powerful of the undead monsters. In this he is fighting actual gods in his 20's. I assume in following books he will be fighting planets???