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Roll For Initiative (Tomb of Malevolent Evil) Paperback – May 3, 2022
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Game night will never be the same again for Terry, Jewel, Mandy, and Morgan.
The role-playing gamers thought they were getting together for a gaming session. Now they've been summoned into another reality.
One that looks and feels an awful lot like the games they’re used to playing.
But this is no game, and the Power that brought them here has plunged the players into a life or death battle. They must defeat their enemies and escape the dungeon, or die trying.
When the game becomes all too real, it’s time to roll the dice and play for keeps.
Can they forge a strong enough team to win through the challenges to come? Or will the Tomb of Malevolent Evil destroy them and doom this new world to darkness?
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- ASIN : B09ZCQSCJ4
- Publisher : LMBPN Publishing (May 3, 2022)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 292 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8885413046
- Item Weight : 14.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.25 x 0.73 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,587,631 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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To be perfectly honest (is there any other kind?) I never cared for D&D.
The closest I got was the World of Zork.
I saw this book during another search and it intrigued me enough to buy it without even reading a sample.
I enjoyed the book and believe you will too.
ps I've already purchased the next two books in the series. So I'll get started reading now.
I like computer games, but not D&D.
Anyway, I didn't care much for this book for the same reasons I didn't like playing D&D. If you didn't, then you probably won't either.
As an aside, whether intentional or not, there is a "side story" that seems to relate to being "trans'. Again, I don't know if it is intentional, but there are characters who "get their gender mixed up". And the authors (inadvertently?) highlight the confusion some of the players feel when in a body that doesn't match their own sense of self. It is confusing for them and, I would imagine also for many readers.
While I have always been empathetic/sympathetic toward those in the LGBTQIA+ community, it helped open my eyes to a couple issues I hadn't thought about before, at least not deeply.
Regardless, if you like D&D, then I think you'll like this series, I didn't and won't be continuing with this series.
I give it a conditional recommendation (for D&D fans).