On just another average day, Jake finds himself in a forest filled with monsters, dangers, and opportunity....
It was a day like any other when suddenly the world changed. The universe reached a threshold humanity didn’t even know existed, and it was time to finally be integrated into the vast multiverse. A place where power is the only thing anyone can truly rely on.
Jake, a seemingly average office worker, finds himself thrust into this new world. Into a tutorial filled with dangers and opportunities.
His new reality should breed fear and concern. His fellow coworkers falter at every turn. Jake, however, finds himself thriving.
Perhaps... This is the world Jake was meant to be born in.
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About the Series: Experience an apocalypse LitRPG with levels, classes, professions, skills, dungeons, loot, and all of the great traits of progression fantasy and LitRPG that you've come to expect. Follow Jake as he explores this new vast multiverse filled with challenges and opportunities. As he grows in power and slowly transforms from a bored office worker to a true apex hunter.
Love the Linkin Park reference “One more Light”
Good story, worth reading but…
The story is a really good and fits the LIT RPG genre well. Is written in a way that lets you feel as if you truly are in the world and along for the ride, as you get a full view of what the main character “Jake” is thinking, feeling and experiencing. It’s easy to picture and imagine the world as the story progresses and characters are relatable and well written. The problem I have, is the very frequent tangents that the writer goes off on, that are with out a doubt meaningless, pointless and story interrupting to the point of serious irritation. These tangents are usually random thoughts that “Jake” has, that have nothing to do with or any bearing on the story. They are usually short and some might say added to give insight on Jakes thought process. But they are constant throughout all books and it seems as soon as story tension is built, Jake has to have this random thought that needs a full explanation before digression and then back to the critical part of the story that was previously being built up. It’s constant, jarring, boring and intrusive when it happens. You know that person that never lets you get off the phone and has one more thought that lasts 5 more minutes, over and over? That’s what the author does with Jakes thoughts during critical moments in the story. Get past that and it’s a great, fun story.