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Soulcatcher

Universe ICS Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Daniel Thomas May
Length: 12 hrs and 55 mins
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What happens when you suddenly find yourself in a reality of untold possibilities, in a place where technology and magic are indistinguishable? Every game location is a transformed physical world connected to others through an interstellar network of portals. Every player "avatar" is a living physical body with incredible survival traits. Once in this dreamscape, it would be unwise to not seize the moment! There are, however, a couple of catches.

First of all, you don't remember your identity. Second, the "sandbox" of this inter-civilization game, Universe ICS, is a dangerous place for beginners. Finally, character restoration is finite. Death in ICS may be irreversible.

©2019 Sergey Zaytsev (P)2019 Tantor

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Really good start for a litrpg series..

This was a great starting litrpg book even though it had been translated from Russian. This is a must have for any fan of fiction. Great story development and mc interaction. I can't wait for the next book.

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  • Xravia
  • 08-27-19

A fantastic start to a series.

A mystery, adventure litrpg where everyone starts off as that guy from memento. while not everything is complex or thought provoking it does follow a logical structure and it always leaves enough to keep you wanting more. no action is hamstrung by the protags indecision and feels forced to cater to an audience. I would appreciate a continuation of this series.