Faywood blends so many different elements into A Gamble of Gods and it is quite unique compared to so many other books I’ve read in the SFF genres. There’s fantasy, romance, science fiction, and comedy facets that all work to make this something fresh.
Book 1 Excerpts: The System Apocalypse series by Tao Wong
Welcome back to Fanfiaddict for another Book Excerpt. This time we’re gonna talk about a LitRPG series, System Apocalypse by Tao Wong! The author has generously included both a written and audio excerpt for you to enjoy! The System Apocalypse is a multi-series world, with the main series being completed and having a total of […]
Review: This Quest is Bullshit (This Trilogy is Broken #1) by J.P. Valentine
Fun LitRPG adventure book that doesn’t take itself seriously. Quirky, nonsensical and totally fun read. replete with campy bad (good kind of bad) puns.
Review: Cleaver’s Edge (Morcster Chef #1) by Actus
Adventuring with a Chef. Action with sumptuous recipes! A charming read that is guarantees to put a smile on your face, uplift your spirits….and get you craving for food!
Review: He Who Fights with Monsters (Books 1 – 4) by Shirtaloon
Brilliance in bound words.
A LitRPG lite / Progression fantasy hybrid series of epic proportions, mean humour and overall super fun comfort read!
Review: Paladin Unbound by Jeffrey Speight
Paladin Unbound starts the way that all good fantasies do. With a prologue detailing events that happened millenia ago, leading to a prophecy being left behind that becomes the catalyst for the rest of the book. Speight does this incredible well as it immediately pulls you into the mythology and history of Evelium.
Review: Immersion Online: The Noob (Immersion Online #1) by Evan Klein
While LitRPG might not be for everybody, I would like to challenge people to expand their horizons. This book has so many cool fantasy and sci-fi elements that the LitRPG elements shouldn’t distract. This is not a harem kind of wish fulfillment book, either, so no worries on that account. Its just a solid, fantasy based book that should appeal to fans of both LitRPG and fantasy alike. I highly recommend it, because book two is due to be released later this month, so you won’t have to wait for your next fix.
Review: Campaigns & Companions: The Complete Role-Playing Guide for Pets by Rhianna Pratchett and Andi Ewington
There was once a secret meeting in the village where all warriors, sorcerers and clerics gathered to be introduced to an ancient manuscript from a wizard. The wizard stood behind the table and slowly dropped a small book on the table in front of him. “This, my lads, is a book containing… humour! Humour about our companions, our domestic friends with four paws and snouts!!” Everyone’s jaw fell in excitement and curiosity, yet they all were eager to look at what it contained…
Review: God Of Gnomes (God Core #1) by Demi Harper
I really enjoyed my time with this book. I was definitely wrong about this subgenre all those years ago, but you’ll have to let me off because I am very dumb indeed! I’m looking forward to seeing where Harper takes us in the next instalment (Exodus of Gnomes, which I will be listening to later this year) and I’m certain that it will be bigger, better and even more enjoyable ride than this one!