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Publisher's Summary

Fighting a single bad guy is one thing. Fighting an entire army is another.

After a brutal death and resetting of his XP, Sol Herrick is dividing his time between (re)leveling, helping out on quests, getting into trouble with important NPCs, and trying to decipher the mysterious journal he discovered. As a massive PvE battle looms, new friends and old will learn the value of sacrifice in this digital realm and discover that getting hurt in Shyft is really unpleasant.

In the industrial wasteland of future America, Solomon Herrick spends his day wandering the streets and getting into trouble. Staying one step ahead of the local PD, his life is mostly spent immersed in history or aimless wandering - until Shyft comes along.

Whether that's a good thing or not is still up in the air....

Shyft 2.0, an immersive open-world RPG, just entered beta, and though Solomon Herrick wasn't on the list, his friends knew a guy who could get them in. A chase and a gunfight later, and Sol is deposited into the world with nothing but a few rags on his back and a nearby stick to defend himself. 

With his friends gone, no knowledge of the game world, and zero guidance available, Solomon will have to rely on his ability to learn fast if he wants to not only figure out how to play the game, but figure out how to get out - if he even can.

Shyft is a new Gamelit / LitRPG series created by Mike Kraus and Justin Bell, writing under the M Kraus and J Donald pen names. Defenders of Gallowind is the first in a three-book crunchy LitRPG series in the world, though two more shorts (available for free and exclusively through signing up for the Shyft newsletter at www.shyft.gg) exist and a range of soft and crunchy stories are already planned for this vast, varied, and complex universe.

©2019 Muonic Press Inc (P)2019 Muonic Press Inc

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The characters are like ping pong ball, plans, actions and emotions all over the place. This book should be categorized as a young adult/ youth book. I dont know of any one over 18 who would endure this book.

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Lazy Narration

Lazy narration. Falsetto whispers equals yelling? Indiscernible characters chunk out monotone dialogue. Whatever story worth listening to is delivered with such apathy any listener will battle with sleepiness.