Ever since various world governments signed the World War III Armistice, the virtual world has become even more important than the real world.
Adam does not care for the virtual world. His only concern is curing his terminally ill lover, but with Aris on the verge of death, he is running out of time and hope.
When a woman called Fayte comes knocking on his door with a proposal, he's all too happy to accommodate her. She will cure Aris of her supposedly incurable disease with experimental technology that may have dark ties to Adam's past. In exchange, Adam will enter the newest VRMMORPG, Age of Gods, to help Fayte win a bet that will have dire consequences for her should she lose.
He enters the game, creates his character, and is ready to rock. But before he can even think of helping Fayte with her bet, he must first leave the Village of Beginnings by reaching level 10.
Can Adam prove his worth by being the first person to complete the dreaded tutorial stage?
Explicit Content Warning: This series contains content that may not be suitable for anyone under the age of 18.
Another Great Start
I’ve enjoyed reading most of Brandon’s series, I have to say as he’s written more he’s only gotten better. Man Made God, especially early on is a well written and tight entry into a genre that really isn’t his normal forte. If you like anything related to the game world narrative stories with a real world driving force, it’s worth picking up. My only quibble at this point, beyond waiting for Volume 2, would be that in the print version.... the use of tables for stats can be a bit painful and jarring, with how the word breaks and sentence breaks end up being applied within the table, which can distract from really an amazing story (I’d almost say simplify the tables, or just do it all like the kindle version sans table). The Kindle version does avoid this pitfall, by just having things listed out.