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I’ve read several LitRPG books and this stands out as unusual, in a very good way. It’s part of the LitRPG genre but it can be easily read by regular fans of questing fantasy fiction. I highly recommend you try it. It’s a great beginning if you have never read Lit RPG. Also, it’s very close to being a traditional epic high fantasy novel (except for some risqué shenanigans.)
I suggest you read the first in the series, although I think you could pick this up without reading the first book. You might be a little lost but not much.
This is definitely better than book one. Absolutely, amazing!!!!! The technical writing is outstanding and the story is extremely interesting. It also keeps you busy for a while. I find a lot of modern fantasy does not. I can usually read a book in about 3-5 hours. This one will last you a bit longer. AND, it’s extremely fast paced and fun!
It’s a worthwhile read and I think you will fall in love with the authors. Go on, you know you want to read it!!!
Cliffs of Eldimar throws you back in the LitRPG world of Kazaran. This book continues the story and will give you a first hand look at what it would be like to live and fight inside a game. It is exciting, with amazing and vivid detail of the environment the players find themselves in. Follow along as Grant and his team fight to stay alive, all the while leveling up so they can be stronger, faster, and better (individually as well as a team). Even if you've never played a video game, you will be caught up in the story and adventures each member faces and rally along with them to the next level.
If this book is an indication of what is to follow, then I kind of hope it never ends. Very good plot development and writing. Usually I put myself in one character and go through the story that way. In this series I find myself identifying with many characters. Very interesting to say the least. I look forward to more books.
Trapped in a virtual reality game, the team takes on a new land and the new dangers awaiting. With more skills and more powers things get easier, right? Wrong, since their does are leveling up as well. Enjoyable read and an interesting game with very well developed characters.
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2019
I hate trying to write reviews because there are really only pass/fail results for me. Did I make it all the way through? Yes? 5 stars. No? There would be nothing here to read. In all fairness, if an author holds my attention from page one to the end, they’ve done their job. Anything less than 5 stars is petty criticism from someone incapable of even doing the job let alone doing a better one.
So in respect for the author and their work, I am going to start pasting this along with a generic review I found somewhere. “This was a fun book. I am glad that I read it. You should try it too.”
Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2019
John P. Logsdon and Noah K. Sturdevant are quickly becoming one of my favorite writing duos. Their wit and sarcasm makes even the most mundane tasks seem fun. Cliffs of Eldimar is the second book in the series and is just as good if not better than the first! Want fighting? It's in there. Want flirting? Oh yeah, definitely in there. Side quests? Yep! And much more (spoilery stuff I won't mention) that adds to the action, adventure, hilarity,( and sexiness?) that makes this a must read! I definitely recommend!