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My name is Eve Redding. I am the new god. They captured me in a dirty alley and injected me with a virtual reality chip, a GPS tracker, and my first Seed. They made me a Player. At first, I loved the miraculous ability to level up anything about myself. Then they yanked me off my world for the first time, and sent me to fight for my life on a vicious alien planet, where t My name is Eve Redding. I am the new god. They captured me in a dirty alley and injected me with a virtual reality chip, a GPS tracker, and my first Seed. They made me a Player. At first, I loved the miraculous ability to level up anything about myself. Then they yanked me off my world for the first time, and sent me to fight for my life on a vicious alien planet, where the other Players are just as dangerous as the monsters, and if you can’t level up, you die. But I’m the type to cling to life by the tips of my bloody fingernails. And I hate it when people try to control me.


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My name is Eve Redding. I am the new god. They captured me in a dirty alley and injected me with a virtual reality chip, a GPS tracker, and my first Seed. They made me a Player. At first, I loved the miraculous ability to level up anything about myself. Then they yanked me off my world for the first time, and sent me to fight for my life on a vicious alien planet, where t My name is Eve Redding. I am the new god. They captured me in a dirty alley and injected me with a virtual reality chip, a GPS tracker, and my first Seed. They made me a Player. At first, I loved the miraculous ability to level up anything about myself. Then they yanked me off my world for the first time, and sent me to fight for my life on a vicious alien planet, where the other Players are just as dangerous as the monsters, and if you can’t level up, you die. But I’m the type to cling to life by the tips of my bloody fingernails. And I hate it when people try to control me.

30 review for Gods of Blood and Bone

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    This was a LitRPG fantasy that also mixed in the feel of both YA fantasy and dark fantasy. The story had a bit of action, plenty of magic and strange new worlds, and was actually surprisingly gritty and intense at times! This was a single POV character story. The character we followed was Eve Redding, a high school student, and the story starts just as she gets abducted from the street while walking home by some mysterious strangers who inject her with something. After recovering from a sickness This was a LitRPG fantasy that also mixed in the feel of both YA fantasy and dark fantasy. The story had a bit of action, plenty of magic and strange new worlds, and was actually surprisingly gritty and intense at times! This was a single POV character story. The character we followed was Eve Redding, a high school student, and the story starts just as she gets abducted from the street while walking home by some mysterious strangers who inject her with something. After recovering from a sickness Eve is horrified to discover that she has been injected with a VR chip and a GPS tracker and is informed via a pop up VR screen that she is now a player in their crazy game! Things get worse for Eve when she discovers the nature of the third thing they injected into her, a seed. It gives people the chance to wish up their attributes. Which sounds cool but becomes more of a necessity when Eve finds the game operators can actually teleport her to strange new worlds where she has to fight monsters and complete other tasks to gain more seeds. The story was pretty fun. It became apparent that the seeds were real early in the story and that the new worlds were not VR as the injuries and items gained there were 100% real and still there upon return to the normal world! All of that lead to the trials having a fair bit of tension to them and I feel like Azalea Ellis did a good job of making most of the trials feel intense and gritty. After a bit Eve decided to team up with a few fellow players to increase her survival chances and also to pool their skills and resources to try and find out more about the people who were behind the game. The story started a tiny bit slow but I feel like it got better and better as it progressed. The worldbuilding was good. The "real" world setting felt like it was set sometime in the near future while the "game" worlds were cool and alien. The concept of the body/mind altering seeds to level up powers was pretty cool and I loved that players got sucked in and out of the game so we got to see a bit of their real life as well. The characters were an interesting bunch. They were mostly easy to root for as they found themselves in a tough situation and were just trying to survive but they were not perfect and definitely had a few flaws. I also liked the fact that the main characters in the story, Eve and her team, were not your average stock fantasy/LitRPG style characters. They were all unique personalities and felt like they were well drawn characters. The world and story was surprisingly gritty despite the fact that this had the feel of some of the more mature YA fantasy series I've read over the year. I feel like one of Azalea Ellis's strengths was the fact that the story could get pretty gritty and intense at times. It added real tension to the story when it became apparent that mistakes could have bad consequences. The trials even had a horror movie feel to them at times! That said, I also feel like Ellis did a good job of not making the story too dark or depressing. The balance was pretty good! The other fun bit of the story was the fact that there was a bit of mystery mixed in with the action. The trial worlds provided plenty of action but back in the real world there was interesting stuff going on as well as Eve and her team tried to discover who was behind the game and why they were abducting people and forcing them to "play". It made for a fun change of pace. If this book had a flaws it was the fact that it was a little lacking in humour and Ellis was not always great and making me envision her action scenes. All in all I feel like this was a solid LitRPG fantasy that had the world crafting and characterisation quality one would expect from a regular fantasy series or a good YA fantasy series. It was pretty enjoyable and got more engaging as the story progressed so I'll definitely read the next one in the series. Rating: I'm torn between 3.5 and 4 stars. I'll round up for Goodreads and do think that by the end it was definitely 4 star quality! Audio Note: I think Natalie Duke did an excellent job with the audio. Her character voices were good and she managed to inject the tension into the story with her reading during the scenes that were intense or horrifying!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mike Siedschlag

    Here is my actual review. Again, sorry for the goof. Gods of Blood and Bone by Azalea Ellis was given me in e-format in exchange for a review. I knew within the first few pages that I was going to love this book. I was immediately caught up in the story. Basically, people are abducted and implanted with devices that put them into a "game" where they are forced to participate in vicious activities, if they are not successful they die, in the game and real life. The author, Azalea Ellis, does a fanta Here is my actual review. Again, sorry for the goof. Gods of Blood and Bone by Azalea Ellis was given me in e-format in exchange for a review. I knew within the first few pages that I was going to love this book. I was immediately caught up in the story. Basically, people are abducted and implanted with devices that put them into a "game" where they are forced to participate in vicious activities, if they are not successful they die, in the game and real life. The author, Azalea Ellis, does a fantastic job of keeping the reader involved with little to no information about who the bad guys actually are. There were twists and turns I did not see coming.The characters were believable and sympathetic. I found myself emotionally attached to some of the characters, and was in turns angry, fearful, heartbroken, and happy with them. The main characters are young adults. Sometimes that is not all that appealing to me because in other stories I've read adults are portrayed as lacking the ability and intelligence to effectively deal with the situation at hand. There is justification for the youth of the main characters here that makes sense to the story line. There are adults actually included, and they have important, crucial parts to play. There was a lot of action, sometimes graphic, woven together with humor, suspense, intrigue and intelligence. Although a strong action oriented story, it didn't rely on just battles with bad guys to keep the reader interested. There were times when thinking/ reasoning was how the characters resolved situations making a balanced and more believable story. The ending caught me by surprise, but made perfect sense. There is room for more in this story line, and I believe more is on the way. I hope so anyway. From The author's Goodreads bio, it seems as Gods of Blood and Bone is her debut book. If this is not true, my bad. If it is a debut effort, it was a fantastic way to start, if not, it's still a fantastic book. I look forward to reading more from Azalea Ellis. If you are a fan of action/ adventure/ fantasy, you will enjoy Gods of Blood and Bone. I urge you to check it out. Enjoy! Mike

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rebecka

    This book started off very dark and slow, like a gory horror film without any details to pull you in. Add to that unlikable characters and no worldbuilding and you lost me. I won't give it a rating, but a warning: Do you like angsty YA in a very dark world? Then you might like this. Where you interested by the words "A litRPG novel" in the titel? Then you might want to skip this unless you also said yes to the first question. This book started off very dark and slow, like a gory horror film without any details to pull you in. Add to that unlikable characters and no worldbuilding and you lost me. I won't give it a rating, but a warning: Do you like angsty YA in a very dark world? Then you might like this. Where you interested by the words "A litRPG novel" in the titel? Then you might want to skip this unless you also said yes to the first question.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Iori

    A new take on the Litrpg genre. It's not a VRMMO type f story, more like a Augmented reality story with aliens and cosmic entities. I like it but there are problem with the story: it doesn't precise which country the players are from, nor how far in the future the actions is happening. I wish we had more world lores. But it is worth the read! A new take on the Litrpg genre. It's not a VRMMO type f story, more like a Augmented reality story with aliens and cosmic entities. I like it but there are problem with the story: it doesn't precise which country the players are from, nor how far in the future the actions is happening. I wish we had more world lores. But it is worth the read!

  5. 4 out of 5

    kels

    Not my favourite thing I've read. I really like the idea, but it felt overly long, the majority of characters were one-dimensional, and the writing was really uneven. I found Eve to be extraordinarily unlikable, and I can't decide if she's meant to be such or if Ellis just struggled to find another way of demonstrating that Eve is supposed to be a "strong" character. Not my favourite thing I've read. I really like the idea, but it felt overly long, the majority of characters were one-dimensional, and the writing was really uneven. I found Eve to be extraordinarily unlikable, and I can't decide if she's meant to be such or if Ellis just struggled to find another way of demonstrating that Eve is supposed to be a "strong" character.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tortuga Verde

    Pretty dark Didn’t expect it to be so dark. Has a real hunger game feel to it especially in the brutality. The characters are pretty interesting. The litrpg aspect is a bit limited. At times, it feels a bit jumpy. Thankfully, you get some answer towards the end, but much is left to learn.

  7. 4 out of 5

    beverly.hall68yahoo.com

    This would be a great book if you back off scenes. Nice book a lot of unnecessary stuff. You should have given some background on the big blond man.in this book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    John #Audible

    2 Hours into the book. 1) No plot in sight 2) Spastic Teen 3) Blood n Gore murder box 4) Taken right from the pages of a typical Manga

  9. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    This book was so much fun! I’ve really enjoyed the blossoming LitRPG or GameLit genre but have found most stories lack a realistic female character. Not so with this novel! Yay! Eve Redding is easy to relate to and I love her character arc for the tale. She’s starts off as a somewhat awkward teen who gets forcibly tossed into this VR world of combat and deadly brain puzzles. By the end, she’s leading her own team of awesome players. Like that phrase says, toss Eve Redding to the wolves and she’l This book was so much fun! I’ve really enjoyed the blossoming LitRPG or GameLit genre but have found most stories lack a realistic female character. Not so with this novel! Yay! Eve Redding is easy to relate to and I love her character arc for the tale. She’s starts off as a somewhat awkward teen who gets forcibly tossed into this VR world of combat and deadly brain puzzles. By the end, she’s leading her own team of awesome players. Like that phrase says, toss Eve Redding to the wolves and she’ll return leading the pack. Eve has a few flaws but that made her more personable. She spent her first few seeds (level up points) on Beauty instead of something useful like Life, Stamina, Intelligence, or Strength. She learns to regret that later on, even kicking herself over it. This made me like her all the more. Also, she has selfish thoughts of how to keep herself whole & safe even at the expense of other players, and then she regrets such thoughts and actions later on. She juggles all this while trying to keep up with school work and hide her various injuries from her mom and brother (Zed). The world building is great too. The readers get the bigger picture in pieces, just as Eve does, making it easy to absorb the rules of this new world. And it’s not just as simple as getting sucked into a game world. There’s more going on here and the humans aren’t the only sentient things out there. Plus, there’s consequences. Eve learns this early on too when another player, Channel, gets taken out. Eve vows to do what she can to rescue her. Bunny, Eve’s moderator, provides info on how the seeds work and other game logistics. He has no part in the trials (where all the monsters, blood, and death occur). He could be a hindrance or an ally, depending on how Eve plays him. Over time, Eve builds a small team. There’s Adam, Jacquie, China, and Sam. Each has a special skill or two and while most are reluctant at the beginning to join forces, they eventually become a great team. I really loved the banter back and forth among these characters. Sam is the most intriguing to me because he’s so secretive about the specifics of his special skill. I also enjoyed hating on the Big Baddie, Nix. Yet Eve learns there’s something more to be concerned about by the end of the book. My one tiny little criticism is that the characters too easily avoid being tracked when they want to. I felt there would be a log of their movements, like a cell phone can easily log your movements even when not in use. So I would have liked a fancy bit of tech or something along those lines to help them out instead of them simply doing questionable things when no one happens to be looking. All together, this was a fantastic story. At 16+ hours as an audiobook, you might think it could drag here and there. Not so! It flew by! 4.75/5 stars. The Narration: Natalie Duke gave a really good performance. She was perfect for Eve and I loved how she covered all of Eve’s emotions throughout this story. Duke had distinct voices for all the characters as well and her male voices were believable. Duke’s pacing was perfect. My one little quibble is that there are a few moments when the volume goes up or down – not so much as to trouble you if you have earbuds on. Just needs a little polishing on the technical side. 4.5/5 stars I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Azalea Ellis. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Norma

    ( Format : Audiobook ) "We grow strong or we die." On her way to school, teenager Eve Redding responds to an appeal for help from a youth in an alley and is instantly overpowered by a man and a woman, who inject her in the back of her neck and leave her, unconscious, to make her own way home. The school contacts her mother about her non presence that day and Eve is examined by a doctor and put to bed. Three days later, when she fully regains consciousness, Eve discovers that she has been recruit ( Format : Audiobook ) "We grow strong or we die." On her way to school, teenager Eve Redding responds to an appeal for help from a youth in an alley and is instantly overpowered by a man and a woman, who inject her in the back of her neck and leave her, unconscious, to make her own way home. The school contacts her mother about her non presence that day and Eve is examined by a doctor and put to bed. Three days later, when she fully regains consciousness, Eve discovers that she has been recruited as a player in a game, but must tell no one about it, and she must fulfil certain tasks set by her handler, a male voice in her head calling himself Bunny. Success with these brings attractive prizes. But there is also a downside: periodically group texts are initiated, nasty and brutal. And to fail in them is to die.Sent Sent in a non specified future time and location, the book has hints of the Hunger Games in the brutality of some of the tasks. And it is not really LitRPG, given that the events are occurring in real life with the appropriate consequences resulting from failure (and success). But there are all of the gaming elements with different attributes and levelling up, etc. As the book develops, the character of the main protagonist, who is also telling the story from her own point of view in first person present, also changes in response to the situations encountered. It is unfortunate that she is an unlikable character from the beginning and most others are giving very little character dspth. The world building for the sets of the trials is good, but that of the home town background is somewhat sparse, leaving big gaps in credibility such as how can numerous children become part of the game without their absence or distress becoming increasingly obvious? A fascinating beginning which, although remaining exciting, turned into a more conventional fighting and survival gore fest as the novel proceeds, with too much self pitying justification. Shorter would have been better. However, the narration was excellent, with Natalie Duke giving distinctive and separate voice to all of the numerous protagonists as well as infusing the text with emotion, where appropriate. Her reading was clear, well paced and intoned, her voice pleasant to hear. A fine performance that certainly assisted the ongoing of the novel. I was very fortunate in being freely gifted with a complimentary copy of Gods of Blood and Bone by the rights holder, after I requested it via Audiobook Boom. Thank you so much. I did enjoy the book, for the most part, and am curious to discover what will happen in book two, Gods of Rust and Ruin. The mix of S.F., fantasy and a small helping of horror made for an intriguing story even if it did seem overly long and characterisation under achievsd. But i would happily recommend this for the young adult audience and think it would also make an exciting film.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ownerofmars

    Normally I enjoy Young Adult books and I definitely love game -lit, however this book didn't really warrant any five stars out of me. I put three stars because there are some aspects of the story that I found unique and extremely interesting. What I didn't care for very much was the main character especially, but actually, all of them. There wasn't any real connection to any of the characters and there was kind of an angry opposition I had, even to the main character. They were predictable, bl Normally I enjoy Young Adult books and I definitely love game -lit, however this book didn't really warrant any five stars out of me. I put three stars because there are some aspects of the story that I found unique and extremely interesting. What I didn't care for very much was the main character especially, but actually, all of them. There wasn't any real connection to any of the characters and there was kind of an angry opposition I had, even to the main character. They were predictable, bland, and it seemed unlikely they'd have such a bond with each other in the first place. I wanted to love the Game-lit part of the book but it was just okay. I enjoy fantasy and science fiction both and maybe I expected way too much from what I thought this book might be because overall I just didn't love it. I applaud the author and their vision and the mix of it all together and I did finish the book. I read it on Kindle unlimited so technically, I didn't really pay for it and so for a sort of free book , I am giving it a mid range ( to me) vote of 3 stars and saying my main issue was the characters first, and second, that it seemed difficult to figure out the world/entire book because it just lacked something that I don't even know how to explain what it is. It wasn't fully pieced together in my opinion. For an actual teen/ young adult reader ( I'm 55), I think they would find this a good option for reading a different type of story ( having a few Game-lit elements in it) than what they're usually given to choose from. But not so different that they wouldn't have some interest in checking it out.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Hempel

    If you want a description of the story skip this paragraph. I like Azalea writing style she keeps things moving at a fast enough past to keep you engaged but slow enough where you can process implications as you go. The way she introduces the game elements flow rather nicely and doesn't feel forced. Some of the reasoning given for the extraordinary abilities definitely needs a suspension of believe but that is normal for this genre. Her character building works well and the interaction between c If you want a description of the story skip this paragraph. I like Azalea writing style she keeps things moving at a fast enough past to keep you engaged but slow enough where you can process implications as you go. The way she introduces the game elements flow rather nicely and doesn't feel forced. Some of the reasoning given for the extraordinary abilities definitely needs a suspension of believe but that is normal for this genre. Her character building works well and the interaction between characters holds up through this book. The book starts off with the abduction of Eve Redding she has now idea what is going on except she should not have stopped to help that poor looking boy on the way to her house. Eve wakes up grimey and sore in the same alley only to find out they, whoever they are has implanted a VR chip and GPS tracker into her neck. Things really start to get weird after these screens pop up in front of her and she starts hearing a voice calling itself "Bunny". From there it get stranger she is now playing a game and cannot tell anyone about it, but unlike other games this one can alter her body and has life and death consequences. She must compete and suffer to earn herself enough seeds, making herself strong enough to get out of the mess she has found herself in. A loaner at heart Eve decides that needs to change after her first trial and near death experience. She forms a ragtag group of other players with different skills to do well in the trials, and help her plan for a bigger mission outside of the trials as well. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    RJ

    In the future people are judged by a corporation called Nix. Those unfortunate enough to qualify are transported to The Game. The Game is a series of trials, be it mental puzzles or physical endurance, where you either succeed and return home until the next trial or die; literally. Our protagonist, Eve is one such contestant. We follow Eve, along with a few friends she eventually picked up, as they endure (or not) the various trials. The different trials are interesting and the characters quite In the future people are judged by a corporation called Nix. Those unfortunate enough to qualify are transported to The Game. The Game is a series of trials, be it mental puzzles or physical endurance, where you either succeed and return home until the next trial or die; literally. Our protagonist, Eve is one such contestant. We follow Eve, along with a few friends she eventually picked up, as they endure (or not) the various trials. The different trials are interesting and the characters quite likable. I especially liked Jackie for her gutsy spirit. As the story progresses the trials get harder and more dangerous. By the close of the first volume I am wondering; who or what is Eve’s Blood Covenant Champion? Along with just who or what the heck is Eve? I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Baptiste

    OK book but not too keen on the main protagonist. This is a OK book, not giving it five stars because I do not like the main protagonist. She is awfully cold manipulative and whiny. She often has the throw up and awful lot after going through some of the circumstances you would feel that she would be adjusted to some of the things that her teammates and her are going through. The best character in the book is Jackie, and I believe she should be the main protagonist. Or she should have a spinoff s OK book but not too keen on the main protagonist. This is a OK book, not giving it five stars because I do not like the main protagonist. She is awfully cold manipulative and whiny. She often has the throw up and awful lot after going through some of the circumstances you would feel that she would be adjusted to some of the things that her teammates and her are going through. The best character in the book is Jackie, and I believe she should be the main protagonist. Or she should have a spinoff series of her own. I know there are four books in the series and I will continue on reading the next book I give this book a 50-50, You dear reader have to decide if you wish to read this book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ian Denner

    Excellent What an excellent take on the genre. I bought the first book not knowing what to expect, and boy was I blown away. This is a lot better than I expected, and I cannot wait to get started on the second book. This is an absolutely fresh take on the litRPG genre and the author weaves a compelling tale of suspense, action, mystery, sadness, death, and even aliens into the story. How can anyone resist such a story?

  16. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    I liked this book. It is quite a bit different from most of the other LitRPG books I've read. It has some similarities with a few, (using what amounts to marbles to level up skills),, but overall, the method used for leveling in this one is (mostly) unique. The story is a good one, if you're an LitRPG fan, this book may not be exactly what you're looking for, but it's a darned good story, and I recommend it if you're a fan of gamelit or LitRPG stories, I don't think you will be disappointed. I liked this book. It is quite a bit different from most of the other LitRPG books I've read. It has some similarities with a few, (using what amounts to marbles to level up skills),, but overall, the method used for leveling in this one is (mostly) unique. The story is a good one, if you're an LitRPG fan, this book may not be exactly what you're looking for, but it's a darned good story, and I recommend it if you're a fan of gamelit or LitRPG stories, I don't think you will be disappointed.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michelle VanDaley

    My review is based on the audiobook. What a fantastic start of series. This story is original with realistic & likeable characters. The descriptive world building allows the reader to easily visualize the story taking place. The players come into their powers in a natural way - they story flows seamlessly between game and life. The narrator does a great job bringing the story and characters to life. I really enjoyed this fast paced story and look forward to see where the author takes us next.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ken Whiting

    Liked it. Strangely captivating. Interesting premise. Lots more death than I’d prefer. Seemingly senseless conflict. Many loose ends explained in an acceptable manner at the end. Biggest gap: why would the attacking world provide Trials? And why were the aliens not coming to invade like the players were transporting? Still enjoyed it!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Damien King-acevedo

    Great Hunger Games plus Red Rising with a bit of litrpg thrown in. I enjoyed it. The ending felt a bit forced, but it's still worth the read. I'm definately going to continue the series. Great Hunger Games plus Red Rising with a bit of litrpg thrown in. I enjoyed it. The ending felt a bit forced, but it's still worth the read. I'm definately going to continue the series.

  20. 4 out of 5

    John

    Not my usual kind of book but I thought I'd take a chance. Very glad that I did. Enjoyed it very much and immediately bought the second. I've started reading a lot of indie authors lately and I think this is one to keep an eye on Not my usual kind of book but I thought I'd take a chance. Very glad that I did. Enjoyed it very much and immediately bought the second. I've started reading a lot of indie authors lately and I think this is one to keep an eye on

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mike Goodman

    Great LITRPG Story I have no idea why this book isn't advertised as a Litrpg on that group Facebook pages. It has stats, skills trees, and levels. It has the fight club rule. This is a very interesting fast paced action packed entertaining story. Great LITRPG Story I have no idea why this book isn't advertised as a Litrpg on that group Facebook pages. It has stats, skills trees, and levels. It has the fight club rule. This is a very interesting fast paced action packed entertaining story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Smith

    To be fair, this book seemed well written and had decent pacing. The story seemed on the more original side as well. The main character, while not my favorite was not overly off-putting either. I really wanted to like this book, but it just never really pulled me in...

  23. 4 out of 5

    Liam J

    Solid soft LitRPG. Introduces statistics and game-like elements but doesn't revisit them often in the 2nd half of the book. An interesting story that sets itself apart, but didn't engage me quite the whole way through. Solid soft LitRPG. Introduces statistics and game-like elements but doesn't revisit them often in the 2nd half of the book. An interesting story that sets itself apart, but didn't engage me quite the whole way through.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jim Duncan

    Good story!! Mind bending science fiction, a different take on "people with strange and different abilities making a change in society" . You did a good job on the characters in the story, making them believable. Good story!! Mind bending science fiction, a different take on "people with strange and different abilities making a change in society" . You did a good job on the characters in the story, making them believable.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Theresa L. Miller

    Unusual storyline. Great story-telling I was totally immersed in this book. Extremely well-written. Very believable in it's world building. I was astounded at the Author's imagination. I am ordering the 2 nd book. Unusual storyline. Great story-telling I was totally immersed in this book. Extremely well-written. Very believable in it's world building. I was astounded at the Author's imagination. I am ordering the 2 nd book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Isabel

    Truly different in a very good way The way the book begins, the challenges, the lack of humanity all in the name of the greater good. The book had me appalled, surprise, hopeful & cheering for the characters in the book. We all need to be like Eve.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Merilee Clay

    LitRpg with a twist Interesting twist on litrpg. There are some plot holes, but if you ignore those it is a good story. Recommended.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Frank Hernandez

    Great book Great book, I bought after reading it on kindle unlimited . Interesting story, characters, and plot. I can not wait until the sequel Is released.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    Very light litrpg but enjoyable story nonetheless

  30. 4 out of 5

    Desi Perera

    Good read Good read with some original ideas. Well worth the time spent reading.i am going to start reading the second book now.

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