• Nova Terra: Stone King

  • The Titan Series, Book 8
  • By: Seth Ring
  • Narrated by: Eric Jason Martin
  • Length: 16 hrs and 33 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (598 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Trapped in the Abyss by the underhanded scheme of a fallen prince, Thorn and his companions are in for a long walk through the Devil-infested wasteland.

Hunted by corrupted Devils, Thorn’s only option for making it out alive is taking a chance on the mysterious inheritance of a long-dead Elven High Mage. As he races back to Angoril he will have to figure out how to help a collapsing outpost of escaped slaves or risk being stuck in the Abyss forever.

With forces he barely understands at his fingertips, Thorn must decide between accepting power and the responsibility that comes with it or abandoning the path that has been thrust on him. No matter what he decides, the impact of his choices will rock the world of Nova Terra, changing the way the game is played forever.

Nova Terra: Stone King is the eighth book in the Titan series, a GameLit/LitRPG epic adventure with a slice of friendship thrown in.

©2022 Seth Ring (P)2022 Podium Audio

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He can do no wrong

I’m giving this 5 stars ahead of time because I already know it’ll be better than I expect and want to save time

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Can’t wait for the next update!

It felt as though it was only a short time ago I began this journey, but almost as if they had never existed, just as suddenly as the books came… they were gone.

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More.....

I need more Nova Terra, the books aren't long enough, and the wait for the next book is to long.... why cruel world?. Seriously great job, and I hope the story continues soon and for a long time.

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great addition

I love this series. I just hope we don't have to wait long for thr next book!

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Excellent Series With Plausible Backdrop

This is a very well written series that doesn't take long to get wrapped up in even if you've listened to 100 litRpg books because the basic premise of the book is so very plausible & I see likely in our lifetimes

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Wow another winner in this series.

Wow Seth Ring writes another winner! Due to some underhanded scheming our MC Thorn and his adventure team find themselves trapped in the abyss, which is exactly what it sounds like. And they hafta slog their way across the abyss to find their way out! But don't get me wrong, it's just as vibrant as any other book in this series with plenty of action. There's plenty of quests to fill, and Devil Monsters to fight, before they can win the day. And before they can finish the Path of the Stone King.
So yeah grab the book and buckle-up for another great adventure...
Better yet get the audiobook, because Eric Jason Miller has a story to tell you!

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Great storytelling

Loving this book series ots hard to put down I get sucked into the world time sure Flys when listening.

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The Story and Plot are getting pointless

No true reason for any drive in these DRAWN OUT stories.... Rich kid being emo. Rich Kid ruling a Virtual game for no reason... no conflict or challenge.... Just spoon fed victories and teen drama over not being free to be a normal teen...

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More of the same

If you made it to this book in the series, you will like this installment.

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Good books but...

The story is good but the pacing is so weird. Im starting to notice a trend in a lot of LitRpg books where the story progression is slow and not much happens from book to book. I mean, 16 hours is a lot of time for not much to happen. I blame Aleron Kong lol.

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  • 08-31-22

Bored but do I get the last 2 for the set ?

So fed up with refresh quest notes it has sent me to sleep a few times. Also fight sceens; There are so many times I can hear "full force". Yet the main story has been great. I am asking myself why am I still listening. Mainly because the narrator is one of the best ones.

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