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The last thing Jack Daw remembers is falling asleep at his desk. When he awakens, he is trapped in the procedurally generated open world of a computer role-playing game. Befriended by the beautiful runaway slave girl, Sai, Jack must use his ability scores, the luck of the dice, and his knowledge of every video gaming trope and exploit he's ever encountered to beat the game. If only he hadn't rolled a bard.

©2017 Daryl DeCelle Riser (P)2018 Darryl DeCelle Riser

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I felt cheated in the fact that it wasn't long eno

I felt cheated I thought this was not long enough this needs to be flushed out and made into at least the 10 series books this is an amazing story with great potential the glass bar and his dancer friend all I can say is the author needs to make this into a book it's great hopefully we'll hear more from him because this shows an amazing understanding of this genre

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Way Better than i imagined

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short books are allways way too good they burn bright for a moment then vanish making you wish you would see the light again. In more serious term i really liked the book still wish it was longer tho really liked where the story was going and the pace at witch the story was moving. I will for shure buy the second one of this series. Just going to hope that its a bit longer tho 9/10.