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Life’s a grind.

Living in a virtual game world sounds like the ultimate dream. Plenty of action, intrigue, and guess who gets to be the big hero?

But what happens when that digital reality gets flipped on its head? Bad guys are after your sweet loot, your fancy title is loaded with unrealistic expectations, and achieving such a high level comes with a big fat target on your back.

It isn’t long before Talon and company learn that, in an MMO, the daily grind is a literal fact of life.

Something has to give, so when a new crusader faction rolls into town, Talon senses an opportunity. Not just to get out of Dodge, but to navigate unforgiving terrain to the edge of the world where he can make a difference. Have a real impact. Be a real hero.

The catch? An awakened dragon, a city of cutthroats, and a mystical executioner with a sharpened axe to grind. Welcome to the first of a few very long days.

©2017 Domino Finn (P)2017 Domino Finn

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So much better

Every complaint I had about the first book is fixed this time around. I connected more to the characters and I loved watching the world expand. Once again, the narrator was amazing, and even if you don't pick up this book you should look into other books he's narrated. If you like this kind of book, it's worth the credit.

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indecision

in this book the main character is racked it indecision and lack of willpower. it effectively disempowers him until the very end and even then it just reverses the power dynamic without got thoughts, reasoning, or build up in character development. like a light switch he goes from being useless to useful. overall felt like a big change from the first book.