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Publisher's Summary

The game has only just begun....

Hall had thought he knew everything about the game, but he’s finding every day that things are different in this new, broken version of Sky Realms Online. There are new game elements, new enemies, and even new locations.

After just barely surviving his first boss fight, Hall finds himself in one of those new locations. He's become the lord of a ruined and isolated village called Skara Brae, deep in the middle of hostile territory.

Hall and his companions must make the long trek to the city of Silverpeak Keep for much-needed supplies, or they'll risk losing everything. He hopes the journey will help determine what to do with Skarra Brae, his new in-game home.

What he thought would be a simple journey through the foothills of the Thunder Growl Mountains becomes so much more. From raging undead to a gang war between two thieves guilds, Hall will need new allies to survive more surprises than ever before. And the threat of permadeath still looms.

The hit new litRPG series Sky Realms Online continues with Silverpeak. It's perfect for fans of J. A. Hunter, Dakota Krout, and Edward Brody.

Performed by Pavi Proczko, narrator of Eden's Gate and Continue Online.

©2019 Troy Osgood (P)2019 Aethon Books

What listeners say about Sky Realms Online: Silverpeak

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No village building :(

So I really debated giving this book 3 stars instead of 4, but realized it was because the first book ended with the formation of a town and I was really looking forward to some town building to start off this book. Needless to say I was disappointed. If you are looking for some sweet own building action this is not the book for you.

Overall this is an okay to decent LitRPG book with a focus on politics of Silverpeak more than anything else. Without giving too much away you are introduced to some new characters. An NPC Warden who’s character comes through loud and clear, and a player thief who is substantially less clear.

The main plot of the book is a gang war which when combined with the undead battle in the beginning of the book makes the entire book feel like a side quest. The beginning of the book does introduce some new information about the realm and some hints at where answers will be found but other than that it is just a decent tale about some characters that were developed during the first book. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

Overall I hope the author continues the series but spends some time between now and the next book to figure out how he is driving his character forward so they do not seem to be just going through a meandering tale.

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Paul or Hall?

A bit monotonous. The narrator repeatedly switched between ‘Paul” and “Hall” from the very start. I overlooked at first (and it has been some time since the first book, so I don’t remember if it was the same) but the variance detracts from the listening experience... just one of those things that once you notice it, each occurrence makes it hard not to hear it every time.

Otherwise, wonderful pacing for the read, good voice acting and the author does himself credit. A nice sequel in the series!

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shoulder shoulder shoulder

I've read and listened to maybe 50 litrpgs and many books before that.

I genuinely wanted to enjoy this book. I did at first. It's a unique premise in a world of similar plots. That fades quickly unfortunately.

First and possibly the reason for 1 star is the "shoulder" content. It is as though the author only knows one body part...and that part is the shoulder. In every fight (I truly wish I was exaggerating) someone is hit in the shoulder. Hall sneaks up on someone, throws his spear and should be an expert...hits the enemy in the shoulder, gets a wound in the shoulder, lands on the shoulder. He could aim for the head...he could aim for the neck...many rogues do often but that makes sense. I found myself waiting for and counting the number of times shoulder was mentioned. Its insane. The author has the worst imagination or the characters all have the worst aim.

Little things like Hall asking if they buried his body...he knows they are in suspended animation...why would he ask that?

Pike gets lightning and its never explained how he got it....he just has it. it wouldve taken two seconds. I enjoy the level up process.

Which leads me to another huge complaint. I've played games my whole life. Primarily RPGs and I could not follow the leveling system. You cannot tell how close someone is to leveling. no percentages or exp points. its these weird decimals. Totally rips me out of what i love about litrpgs. Also who thought it would be a good idea to never level or gain skills or points. it takes forever and ever and ever. Enemies give no experience at all. its boring.

despite being combat heavy its somehow boring. the same moves again and again. the characters like sabine are stupidly weak and Hall insanely powerful. Ritcher is the most OP MC ever and yet i always felt he could die. he always gets new moves. this is boring and they never level.

heres another one for ya. how the F is Hall level 5 when he does mad quests and daved is level 8... theres no way he killed thousands of people because with the small xp thats how he would've had to do it. and he hasnt done a single quest. hall has done dozens. so quests....which are the bread and butter of rpgs are pointless?

Hall is a good leader as is stated yet he never once has conversations with anyone. they would take two seconds. put sabine in her place, encourage roxhard, flirt with lee. talk to jacobee. lets just say "i should talk to them" then not do it!

there are some good points but overall this author isnt good.
sabine is ignorant and its not entertaining. never explained and never put in her place.
The "how" of what happened isnt even touched on in this book when it is by far the msot interesting part!

it doesn't feel like a game or litrpg at all. pass trust me

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Zero

Book had zero character development, The main character is a one shot wonder and seems to be able to do whatever random crap he thinks up, game mechanics be damned. Done with this series now.

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Fun

Good story and Narration!

The gang is back and looking to provide for their new town! They need people, allies and supplies, and so the set off in search of opportunity. Will the succeeds? Will they level up? Will Hall take the next step with a certain lady druid?

I enjoyed it, and if you liked the first one you probably will too.

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Weak but passable

No significant improvement over the first book. If you liked the first, you’ll like this one too. If you were hoping for the 2nd to get better, it doesn’t.

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Inner city adventures

Hall and his companions have secured an abandoned run down town for their base. The problem is that it is little more than rubble and a few standing walls.

In prefer to get supplies and skilled labor, they travel to the big city. It is never that easy though. Once in the city they find themselves caught up in a guild war they they will be lucky to survive, let alone get help with their new town.

The story is very well done and the narrator does a fantastic job. This is quickly becoming one of my favorite LitRPG series.

I did receive a review copy of this book on my request.

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Not a bad way to pass time - get the bundle!!

Before i start, don't make the same mistake i did. This is available in a bundle for 1 credit with the first 3 books. i got the first two books individually. Thank goodness for the exchange button!

Now on to the review! So as many other reviews have stated this is not the best LIT RPG but its not the worst. I enjoyed the story and the major side quest that took place. The only character development i noticed was with Sabin. I am starting to love her character. On the other hand Hall/Paul (the narrator keeps switching it up) is starting to get on my nerves. He keeps saying he isn't a leader but keeps being an a$$ about his choices at times. His relationship with Lee/Leigh is also strange, he is a bit obsessed and for no good reason and she doesn't really have that great of a personality. Sabin is much better, and her character has more depth probably because she isn't an AI. But thats my gripe. The rest of the story is not bad. New characters come along and they help with some of the dragging along of characters that make no progression. Not sure why Rockshard got such a crappy deal this book. I liked his character a lot in the first book.
The story does move along, no pacing issues, and it flows. So it wasn't bad to listen to while i worked.

Besides messing names up the narrator is not bad. I can still tell all characters apart and he is easy to listen to.

So would I get this book if there was something better, probably not. But if you have a spare credit, and nothing going on... get the bundle, LOL.

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Sorry i missed the 1st book

A kind of slow start, but got very interesting fast, next book should be pretty cool.

Hail Nimrod

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Keep it going

I definitely want more. Although the level progression is very slow the story and action are not. This does feel more like a fantasy series most of the time as the game mechanics and stats seem forced at times. I still enjoy the adventure and I am looking forward to more.

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  • M
  • 12-21-20

Looking forward to getting book 3

This is the second book I’ve read/listened to by this author and I would listen to another. I like how there is an NPC that has joined the group and she is unaware they are players. She finds them strange since they ask odd questions and seem to don’t know trivial things. And the cow is in the story again! The story has some stat updates but not at all overwhelming. I am really enjoying this series and look forward to listening to more.

This is the third book I’ve listened to by this narrator ( Pavi Proczko ) and I look forward to listening to another.
He does well performing this book more than just reading it. He uses different voices for each character and his female voices are done well.

There are no explicit sex scenes, or excessive violence. I don’t recall swearing.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.
Please feel free to comment on whether you found my review helpful.

Story 5/5
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  • Glennccc
  • 08-07-20

Love the story

e this series, it has a great cast of characters, both good guys and baddies. The premise of everyone going back to level 1 but still remembering the game world really works well, especially when the world is not quite the same as what they remember. I would say the series isn't action packed, but this is good as it gives room for the story to grow and adds more depth to the story. While Hall is the mc, the author has given lots of attention to the supporting cast again adding to the overall depth. The quests are well thought out and all move the story along and of course the battles are great. While the star of the show is Troy's writing, the narration by Pavi Proczko is beautifully done. He has a relaxed tone that flows really well and compliments the author's style.

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  • S. Reid
  • 01-02-20

Upbeat LitRPG

The 2nd in the series is a lot more upbeat as we find out adventurers now slightly better off in their fortunes but now with new quests as they try to settle their new village and gain some reputation with their nearest neighbour's. A good listen if not one in which i would immediately jump to get but enjoyable all the same.
Narration is continuing to grow on me so more settled into the voices used as well.
I requested this audio and have decided to leave my thoughts.

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  • Taylor
  • 12-31-19

Good but not what I was expecting

The book picks up right up from the end of the last. I was really wanting to read about the villaging building but this aspect was quickly forgotten about and we seemed to go on what was a tangent of a side quest for the whole book.

This is a respectable LitRPG book and does add some interest elements in to the Sky Realms Online universe. There is enough interest that I would probably get the third book when it comes out but I do hope it goes back to the village for some building.

Narrator does another good job.

[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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  • Ian
  • 12-11-19

Brilliant

This 2nd instalment is just as good as the 1st book, the world building is amazing, very well detailed, it's perfectly paced and not rushed.
Again the characters are great.
the narration is once again flawless.
This is in my top 5 litrpg favourite.
easy 5 star.

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  • daniel
  • 12-03-19

A brilliant and exciting instalment

Once again troy osgood and pavi proczko do an amazing job in the telling of what is becoming a favourite series of mine. I honestly cannot wait for the next one.

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  • C. Rowlands
  • 11-27-19

Series progressing well

This is the second in this series and while you could just jump into the series at this point, the first instalment would add greatly to your enjoyment of this one and it would be better to listen to them in order to get the proper sense of progression for the main cast.

This book picks up directly after the end of the first one and see our heroes needing to venture out from the newly claimed village in order to acquire the equipment and people they need for it to grow, these needs result in them suffering a series of trials and tribulations that result in an entertaining listen.

The narrator's performance is again a strong one that keeps the main cast suitably distinctive and nicely enhances the story for the listener.

Overall, this series progresses nicely in this second instalment, but the book is also strong enough in it's own right too.

[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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  • Mark “Tom” Clancy
  • 11-25-19

Great sequel to a growing story world

So the sequel to Sky-realms, Silverpeak pretty much follows on direct from the first book, and doesn’t disappoint right from the start. The story continues with the heroes as the carry on getting to grips with their new world, and the adventure rolls right on encompassing the role play theme in a way that doesn’t make the flow of the story stutter. The characters develop and if anything grow more likeable throughout the book, and the introduction of the newer characters on enhanced the sequel. As per the previous book Pavi provides excellent narration, and from not having heard him in previous books he is gaing a fan in me.

Overall this book carry’s on the great story whilst expanding the Sky-realm universe whilst maintaining the mystery of what happened to the players, a recommended read/listen not only for fans of fantasy or LitRPG but anyone who likes a hood character driven story with adventure.

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  • james mcadam
  • 11-22-19

great second book to the series

loved it great characters and a great story and excellent narration as always look forward to the next book

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  • kharnynb
  • 11-20-19

decent litrpg series good narration

a interesting backstory of glitched RPG game which makes the players part of the game, set up well enough.
the writing sometimes repeats the"game elements"too much, making it slower than necessary.
luckily the narrator manages to keep the story moving well enough and separate characters feel reasonably well voiced.