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Publisher's Summary

The demon of madness is dead. Daltaro is saved. And Raven suddenly found something that he had long considered lost. But there are still many secrets and unexpected meetings in his future, as well as the first event in the history of the "game."

The test that was prepared for hundreds of millions of players has begun. But are things truly as simple as they seem? The rewards are Influence Points. Once as rare as hen's teeth, they are now being given out like hotcakes. Just like the Teleportation Scrolls that lead to the Tablets. Why the sudden change? And who are these mysterious heroes?

The stakes are higher than ever; but if he wants to get answers, he has no option but to win.

©2021 Dmitry Mikhalek (P)2022 Tantor

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Daggum near phenomenal

I’m usually not into long series but this particular one has had me on the ropes. It has so much good stuff the author could do anything for the next book and I’d just shrug it off and wait for the one after it.

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make them longer

I wish the books weren't so short. the story is good but like shit I'm done a book in 1 day at work.

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If you're worried after book 6, don't be!

Book seven was absolute trash but this is back to the series that you are used to. If you haven't read book 6 yet check out my review for it and do yourself a favor and skip it!

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Massive improvement

So this was a massive improvement over book 6.
While I felt most of the story was spent on raven mostly wasting time in book 6.
This one had Raven progressing a TON as well as providing a lot of world development.

The questions and new mysteries you find out about in this book make it probably the best one in the series so far.

I’m extremely hopefully the next book releases on audible soon, but I think it’s on kindle if you can’t wait.

Overall a 100% must get if you are been keeping up with the series, and if you are curious about starting this series, it’s by far one of the best LITrpgs ongoing currently (with an active writer)

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God Damnit!

First of all I am pissed about how good this book is but, how short it was!
the author, translator and narrator do for me an absolutely incredible job at bringing the story to life but I wish I would have stumbled apon this series after it's completion so I could binge listen while I work!
Awesome work!!!!!
can't wait for the rest!!

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Directionless

This series has turned into a bad episodic litrpg series. The plot has no backbone. It's just a bunch of random events strung together in a weak imitation of plot. It's like Days of Our Lives for gamer needs.