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Godslayer Rising: Book One: Catalyst Paperback – June 25, 2020
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- ASIN : B08BW5125P
- Publisher : Independently published (June 25, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 286 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8656831338
- Item Weight : 13.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.65 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,766,736 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Bought it on a whim. The book's premise is a pretty played out one: guy stuck in a video game. Not too overly done, so that didn't bother me.
What bothered me is that there was an advertisement that talked about loot, but the most critical aspect OF loot was completely ignored. Stats.
No stats on any of the weapons or armor he finds/wears other than durability and special abilities. With no actual numbers for damage/protection, there's no feeling of progression in a LitRPG. Dude might as well be running around with a rusty sword and leather armor, long as he's able to keep the durability up.
No real stats on his skills, either. Skills level up, but there's no progression with them because there's no explanation as to what it does. Swords skills level up! Does that increase damage, speed, lower durability while wielding them? Who knows?
Supporting characters were pretty funny and memorable. Didn't feel like a terrible harem comic or a book where the MC is the ultimate badass and everyone else is just in the background.
Pacing was pretty good. Didn't feel like there were huge lulls in the plot, nor was it a breakneck pace.
I'll buy the next book, but I'd still really like to see stats on stuff.
-Some of the fight scenes feel rigged, people popping up out of no where to save the main character is but one example of many.
- The author doesn't always show what is happening at the moment, sometimes the author only tells you what happens after the fact.
- the underlying mystery is intriguing. The author has many interesting ideas and just needs to work on the delivery.
Top reviews from other countries
Highly recommended if you enjoy LitRPG books