Liar King

Liar King From the very first hour Cayden had set foot inside the massive real life game that was the Tower of Babel nothing had gone according to plan A unique skill a handful of new friends and the wrath o

  • Title: Liar King
  • Author: Adam Elliott
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From the very first hour Cayden had set foot inside the massive, real life game that was the Tower of Babel, nothing had gone according to plan A unique skill, a handful of new friends and the wrath of an ultra wealthy, patricidal lunatic were just some of the complications to his best laid plans So why was he even surprised when a special event trapped him, his companioFrom the very first hour Cayden had set foot inside the massive, real life game that was the Tower of Babel, nothing had gone according to plan A unique skill, a handful of new friends and the wrath of an ultra wealthy, patricidal lunatic were just some of the complications to his best laid plans So why was he even surprised when a special event trapped him, his companions and dozens of other players inside the tower, squaring them off against a murderous army of stone faced warriors If they are to have any hope of survival, they ll have to leverage not only their own personal power, but the power of the Elan as well There are castles to be built, armies to be raised and one real question to be posed How good is a self proclaimed RPG nerd going to be at turn based strategy

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    1. Mini-Review:The series is one of the better LitRPG's I have read. I like the way the author balances out the action, game specs and plot. Even with the downsides, the story is worth a shot. Downsides:1) PLEASE GET AN EDITOR that actually catches all of the mistakes. It was highly frustrating to see all the mistakes that littered the book from the beginning to end.(I'll update the rating to 4 stars once the mistakes are taken care of in the ebook.)2) That ending?!?! That wasn't an ending. It was [...]

    2. The second book of the Tower of Babel series pulls a fast one on us, as it switches from "litrpg" to "litstrat" and plunges the hero into a turn-based strategy game.It is interesting because it fleshes out the various characters, adds to the player rota, and starts dancing around the elephant in the room (as we get our first POV from an Elan). And having our resident Runemagi improving his vocabulary massively using legalese from a runic contract is a fun bit.Alas, my enjoyment of the book was s [...]

    3. Bold move, Litrpg with full RTS imbedded Yes there are a few quibbles here and there (ie the MC’ not fully exploring the unique class that makes him one of a kind, insisting on remaining a “tank”, his original solo-speed leveling class) would have liked to see a bit more progression beyond current floor. Besides that, great story, mechanics, imagination. Lots of fun to read.

    4. A good addition to the series. Pros:-1. Great character interactions.2. Solid use of strategy game elements. 3. Interesting addition of new characters. 4. I loved the great teamwork of all the characters.Cons:-1. A few grammar mistakes.2. Missing words.In conclusion, I recommend everyone reading the book. It's really good.

    5. Entertaining story, good world developmentThe world and characters are well developed and the story is entertaining. Does need a bit of editing as there are several places where the author accidentally uses the wrong character names.

    6. A bit disappointed in this one. It seems to go in a more or less completely different direction from the first book, but still requires all of the knowledge of what happened in the first book. I liked the first book, but not really this one unfortunately.

    7. Another great bookI had been anxiously awaiting this book since I read the previous one and was not disappointed. World building, character development and a nice bit of dramatic tension — only criticism is that I finished it too fast.

    8. A decent read if a bit rushedAs the continuation of ‘Speedrunner’, not a bad novel. You definitely do need to read the first novel however or you may feel a bit lost. Only real complaint is that it feels a bit short, like maybe a few chapters fell to the wayside.

    9. Fantastic story I really love this series. It's entertaining and exciting all the way through. There is never a dull moment. I can't wait to continue the series.

    10. Loved the involvement of a strategy element On top of the fun rpg elements we get a really fun strat element aside. Loved the whole thing. I’m excited to see what’s next.

    11. Nice read. Worth the wait. The ending was not satisfactory bcoz of being a cliffhanger. Anyway nice continuation for the series.

    12. Next pleaseI continue to enjoy this series. The author has created a very interesting world and set of characters and I look forward to exploring more of it. Keep them coming!!!

    13. ExcellenceBook three please. Couldn't put this one down. Captivating enough to cause a sleepless night. Keep up the good work.

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