• Re-Roll: A LitRPG Adventure

  • New Realm Online, Book 1
  • By: Robyn Wideman
  • Narrated by: MacLeod Andrews
  • Length: 13 hrs and 36 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (205 ratings)

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Re-Roll: A LitRPG Adventure

By: Robyn Wideman
Narrated by: MacLeod Andrews
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Publisher's Summary

Ryan Rosa has had a run of bad luck, but when he receives a VIP package for the newest and hottest game to come out in years, his luck takes a turn for the better.

But his good luck ends when he's stabbed in the back by a guild of players who betray him for a unique weapon he possesses. Ryan contemplates doing the one thing every player hates doing: rerolling his unique character and starting over. But even starting over won't save Ryan in New Realm Online. He'll have to work smarter to avoid using his last reroll.

This book contains the classic LitRPG elements of leveling up, dungeons, terrifying killer bunnies, crafting, and community building.

©2021 Robyn Wideman (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Pleasant

I think the listener will find this book a pleasant pastime. The main criticism I have with this story is how the female character in the book is portrayed. She has actual military service and uses the game to help with her PSTD. However, the male character who suffered a terrible accident and no military service is somehow a tactical genius. Maybe I would not have such an issue with this if the male character earned skilled in tactics.

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It’s okay

Not a bad story. I think the whole re-roll plot was extremely forced. The cover art is definitely misleading, because if you are thinking that the MC has some cool ass sword he doesn’t he’s a basic spear user/ thrower. It’s doesn’t seem like a bad story I just couldn’t get through it. I stopped halfway because I don’t like his build simple as that so I can’t be to critical.

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more more more

outstanding - finished much mujch too soon narration really outstanding - narrator actually put you into the story.

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Gets slower as you go in

Start is annoying set up and I get it, but too much of the book avoids story to show us what kind of good guy the MC is. Best parts are when he’s solo’d(i.e. allowed to progress an action based story. It’s like they story is written backwards.

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Very fun story

I really enjoy decently done Litrpg. This story kept me interested the whole way through.

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great reading lots of different voice recognitions

good build and not crazy op characters.

can't hardly wait for book 2.

interplay with characters are broght alive with voice reader.

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The Signal Is Strong With This One

Good story, standard world building but for the social stuff. It reads like what someone who has head of discrimination but never experienced discrimination would imagine bigotry playing out. It isn’t a major part of the world, but when it shows up it’s forced or artificial. The virtue signals occur often enough to prompt my writing a review, for what that’s worth.

If you want a popcorn GameLit RPG type story and you don’t care much about relatable social interaction, or you live in California, this is a pretty good story.

Honestly, the virtue signaling may have been added after the story was finished given how shoe horned it feels. If it was added to impress someone, I get it, but I don’t recommend compromising one’s art to placate another’s morality.

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Fantastic story

Just enough focus on the rpg elements without too much action. Ryan plays the game like I would, and that's rare for me to hear in this genre. Really enjoyed this book. And McLeod Andrews knocks it out of the park with his thoughtful and nuanced narration.

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A worthwhile read

This book has been a roller coaster since the beginning and I would say underrated. You go from betrayal to hope and many others this litRPG is different/unique it’s own system I like the interactions between the players and the npc’s, this book made me chuckle in the beast of ways I hope it does for you

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Totally Worth it! Ignore the bad reviews

If you like the land by Aleron Kong, the completionist series by Dakota Krout, or the good guy/bad guy series by Eric Ugland you will enjoy the book.

Warning: Light SPOILERS below

The game mechanics and detail aren’t as in depth as those books but it hits as a great LitRPG book without being a raunchy harem. And with this being the first book the game mechanics and details could get more in depth if the author chooses.

I just wanted to say the common bad reviews I saw were these and give a different side.

1. The beginning was too slow and the MC didn’t level enough or not enough action:
Response: The beginning was just fine and shorter then most LitRPGs. It got into the action fast enough and was thought out. Go watch one man punch if you just want to watch an overpowered MC or read a lousy litrpg if you want another snowflake MC where they don’t make any mistakes.

2. The guy loses the cool sword from the cover.
Response: Yes, but the reasoning makes sense, also based on the entire Title of the book it was explained. I know some Star Wars die hards would be pissed (recommend the author change the cover. It looks like a dorky elf where the 1st book cover could look better)

Voice actor was great! This book was great! Keep ‘em coming!

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  • Morgan Mcphilip
  • 05-13-22

love it

Such a good read, character development was enjoyable. The story kept getting better, especially at the end. Looking forward to book 2!