Otherlife Omnibus Edition: The Selfless Hero Trilogy

Otherlife Omnibus Edition The Selfless Hero Trilogy Runner has a problem He and men and women are trapped in a game He also just happens to be the only person from IT who could log everyone out safely And he doesn t remember his password He li

  • Title: Otherlife Omnibus Edition: The Selfless Hero Trilogy
  • Author: William D. Arand Caterina Kalymniou Tamara Blain
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Runner has a problem He and 499,000 men and women are trapped in a game He also just happens to be the only person from IT who could log everyone out safely And he doesn t remember his password He, like everyone else in this nightmare, had their memories scrambled or lost in the process of being loaded into the game A single garbled message is his only clue on how toRunner has a problem He and 499,000 men and women are trapped in a game He also just happens to be the only person from IT who could log everyone out safely And he doesn t remember his password He, like everyone else in this nightmare, had their memories scrambled or lost in the process of being loaded into the game A single garbled message is his only clue on how to save everyone The problem is that whoever loaded them into the game, loaded their minds completely If they die, their brain gets wiped Now it s time for Runner to flex his skills as a power gaming min maxer and see what he can do Because every time he levels, he might gain the memory of the password Time to go Hardcore Warning and minor spoiler This novel contains graphic violence, a harem, unconventional opinions beliefs, and a hero who is as tactful as a dog at a cat show Read at your own risk This is the Omnibus edition of the Otherlife Trilogy It contains all three books Only the description of the first book has been included to prevent spoilers from occurring Book 1 Product Link gp product B01 Book 2 Product Link gp product B01 Book 3 Product Link gp product B01

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    1. A fantastic read.I first read another of this Author's books, "Super Sales on Super Heroes" (also a highly recommended book), and couldn't put it down. That was the first time in a while I had found an author who's works could grasp me that thoroughly. Now, after having binge read this entire omnibus (with an unknown-before-hand exclusive epilogue chapter that makes the omnibus and the series so much more intriguing than it otherwise would be) I can state confidently that the author's books will [...]

    2. I feel in love with this book. The pacing was right. the MC was spot on. This is just a damn good book. (Trilogy). I would highly suggest this to anyone who is into LitRPG's. So overall, this is about 2 stories wrapped into one. And as the game progresses, there are some things that come up about what is life which are some pretty valid questions. I enjoy the evolution of the characters in this story, and I can actually say that the death of certain characters had me completely understanding and [...]

    3. Some interesting ideasNorwood as a character is initially very interesting, I enjoyed discovering with him the memories. However his character there was a lack of growth for him, and I think I would have enjoyed more interaction with the real world. Also, the rules for the world were never clearly defined except when it was noted that the character was breaking them. Basically the classic Superman problem, Norwood could have cut through to the end once he realized he had a way to modify the code [...]

    4. One of the genre greatsI started this book expecting a simple Gary Stew type novel. A fun, light, romp that would alleviate my daily stress. I was not expecting to be so enraptured by the series that I finished all 3 books in 2 days, forsaking sleep and food alike. I was blown away by the level of thought brought into the world building and characters growth. But the climax. It took me 2 hours, a trip to the gym, and a glass of jack Daniels to calm down.If a story can throw your heart rate up to [...]

    5. Good storyMediocre editing, though. Not bad enough to keep me from reading the whole series, but enough that I was constantly rolling my eyes at the mistakes. It looks a bit like the author forgets his commas and the editor is in too much of a hurry so they get stuck in a word or so off. Things like that, which just throw off the flow but don't make you toss the book.

    6. Enjoyable rompTakes role playing games into an interesting future, with game choices, lots of changing characters with existential and real crises, vengeful gods, magic and lots of chaste romance.

    7. Good bookThe whole harem thing was a bit of a surprise, but it was really well done. The main character had a lot of pretty snarky dialogue. The combat was well done. Only problem is some of the tables aren't displayed properly.

    8. A Different Kind of Story with a Expected EndAs with so many stories, starts with and excellent premise but the growth and choices of the central character never stops growing and the original charm I lost. Decent read and worth staying to the end

    9. Worth itDifferent start but a well flowing book. Looking forward to more books from this author.Let the games begin. Thanks

    10. Great story.Wonderful. Delightful. One of the best books that I have read in a long time. The story really pulls the reader in. Thank you.

    11. I read the first book through kindle unlimited then I bought the trilogy. I loved the humor and the zany antics that Runner gets everyone in.

    12. FantasticLoved the last few chapters leading to the finale. Though I feel I wouldn't be able to resist a continuation of this story

    13. AwesomeThe extra chapter by itself makes this worth 10$ Buy it. Love it. More please. Now. Thank you very much.

    14. Lenghty and enjoyable. But at the end of the series i was left with a lot of questions and unresolved answers.

    15. Theres a good story in hereUnfortunately the good story is elusive. Instead of writing a pretty good story the author opted for simple wish fulfilment pseudo-story.

    16. Great read!Perfect ending; the kind that stands on its own, but can continue without it feeling stretched. I hope he continues the story.

    17. Great read I despise harems, that being said, I was skeptical of reading this series. However I'm glad I did, I only wish you'd expand the characters a little. it felt like there wasn't enough characters at some point. The dialogues and back stories were detailed for your main characters but it felt like there could've been more. Overall great story! Hope the next series develop a little better!

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