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Still having questions about the new world he's been dropped into, Ethan has more pressing concerns figuring out who or what is killing the wizards. Unfortunately, the only source of those answers seems to be the members only library of the Order of the Scroll. Of course, he can join and read all the books he wants - but there's a catch. The custodians of the library first w Still having questions about the new world he's been dropped into, Ethan has more pressing concerns figuring out who or what is killing the wizards. Unfortunately, the only source of those answers seems to be the members only library of the Order of the Scroll. Of course, he can join and read all the books he wants - but there's a catch. The custodians of the library first want him to retrieve some lost tomes from an abandoned library in a ruined city. Seems simple, right? Not a chance. Did they forget to mention that no one who's entered the library has ever returned? To make matters worse, Ethan almost kills himself learning a new type of magic, but it might just be the key to making it out of this crazy adventure alive. Join Ethan and friends in the second exciting installment of the Abduction Cycles!


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Still having questions about the new world he's been dropped into, Ethan has more pressing concerns figuring out who or what is killing the wizards. Unfortunately, the only source of those answers seems to be the members only library of the Order of the Scroll. Of course, he can join and read all the books he wants - but there's a catch. The custodians of the library first w Still having questions about the new world he's been dropped into, Ethan has more pressing concerns figuring out who or what is killing the wizards. Unfortunately, the only source of those answers seems to be the members only library of the Order of the Scroll. Of course, he can join and read all the books he wants - but there's a catch. The custodians of the library first want him to retrieve some lost tomes from an abandoned library in a ruined city. Seems simple, right? Not a chance. Did they forget to mention that no one who's entered the library has ever returned? To make matters worse, Ethan almost kills himself learning a new type of magic, but it might just be the key to making it out of this crazy adventure alive. Join Ethan and friends in the second exciting installment of the Abduction Cycles!

30 review for Library of Daemonium: A GameLit/LitRPG Portal Fantasy Adventure

  1. 5 out of 5

    Johnny

    Book two Mistakes: I didn't find anything wrong with this book. Plot: Still not knowing what exactly happened to him and his companions they agree to take a quest to retrieve some books. Characters: The interactions with other people seem forced.The dwarf is dead weight, always eating all the food and drunk at every chance. This is going herem and I'm dropping the series. 5/10 Book two Mistakes: I didn't find anything wrong with this book. Plot: Still not knowing what exactly happened to him and his companions they agree to take a quest to retrieve some books. Characters: The interactions with other people seem forced.The dwarf is dead weight, always eating all the food and drunk at every chance. This is going herem and I'm dropping the series. 5/10

  2. 4 out of 5

    Steve Naylor

    Rating 2.75 stars This is the first time in years that I have used the 0.25 stars in my rating. I consider a 3 star book okay and 2.75 stars "not bad". There is a little difference. I finished this book and nothing triggered by pet peeves but there were many problems with the book. Overall it was to generic. The MC is the only one with any substance. All the secondary character act more like tertiary characters. They are one dimension and some of them don't serve a purpose. I hate the dwarf. All Rating 2.75 stars This is the first time in years that I have used the 0.25 stars in my rating. I consider a 3 star book okay and 2.75 stars "not bad". There is a little difference. I finished this book and nothing triggered by pet peeves but there were many problems with the book. Overall it was to generic. The MC is the only one with any substance. All the secondary character act more like tertiary characters. They are one dimension and some of them don't serve a purpose. I hate the dwarf. All she does is eat twice as much food as everyone else, complain and get wasted. She has brought nothing to the group. At least the elf is able to heal. There was very little dialogue between the characters and way to much exposition. I flipped through pages and pages of descriptions until I found dialogue. The whole purpose of the story was lacking. (view spoiler)[ The group goes to another town to get a trade deal restarted. They are told it isn't going to happen unless they pay 1000 gold to have a mercenary group make sure it is safe. They don't have that money. Instead they take a quest to pick up a couple of books that have been lost for 20 years and anyone who has attempted to get them has been killed. Why not? Of course what does that have to do with reestablishing trade? If they don't do that, why go back to the town. Its not like there is really anything there for them except a place to lay their heads. Every time they got into combat it seemed like Ethan was the only one that could do anything. After they find the books they burn them since they are books on how to open a portal and allow demons to come to the world. They did loot enough money so they could pay for mercenaries though. It is amazing how things worked out perfectly. They got exactly what they needed by doing something else completely. (hide spoiler)] Probably not going to continue the series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Breanne Still

    The only disappointment I feel is that the next book isn't out yet Things are ramping up and I hope the next book comes soon.i want to know why wizards are having their brains stolen,I want to know what the queen and her brain sucking creatures are and I want to see more from this world,like why it was formed,why were different races placed on this world,is the magic really magic,is this really a simulation or reality, will the characters meet the abductors,what modifications were made to the cha The only disappointment I feel is that the next book isn't out yet Things are ramping up and I hope the next book comes soon.i want to know why wizards are having their brains stolen,I want to know what the queen and her brain sucking creatures are and I want to see more from this world,like why it was formed,why were different races placed on this world,is the magic really magic,is this really a simulation or reality, will the characters meet the abductors,what modifications were made to the characters,will the dwarf grow beyond being hangry all the time,I can hardly wait for the next book

  4. 5 out of 5

    Larry E Abdallah

    BETTER then the Beginning DAMN ... I read so many of these and hope to get a series ... often finding the First is a really good ' one-fer 'and it takes untill 3 or four to hit the roll ... other than proofing ... the characters are STRONGER ... their personal traits as well as the bond between them as a tribe (?) ... stronger and TOTALLY different from many others I have read. FANTASTIC storyline ... ready for number 3. BETTER then the Beginning DAMN ... I read so many of these and hope to get a series ... often finding the First is a really good ' one-fer 'and it takes untill 3 or four to hit the roll ... other than proofing ... the characters are STRONGER ... their personal traits as well as the bond between them as a tribe (?) ... stronger and TOTALLY different from many others I have read. FANTASTIC storyline ... ready for number 3.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ajit Shekher

    Rate gem It is rare that the sequel even lives up even lives up to the 1st usually the first installment is the bait on the hook. It is even for the second installment to be much better than the first. But this is the case in this series so far full stop if you have come across this book please go and read the first volume.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Adedayo

    Good sequel but Actually liked this better than the 1st book and enjoyed the character progression. One thing though the dwarf is just too annoying when it comes time for a companion to die author please do the right thing and pick her.. she's selfish, lacks self control, rude and generally not an asset to the team. Good sequel but Actually liked this better than the 1st book and enjoyed the character progression. One thing though the dwarf is just too annoying when it comes time for a companion to die author please do the right thing and pick her.. she's selfish, lacks self control, rude and generally not an asset to the team.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Really good This was a very entertaining light read. The MC is not incredibly over powered nor is he a total idiot. I did find that the solutions to problems seemed way more complex than they needed to be but that is ok. I will definitely be reading the next one.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Robert L Gagnon II

    Can’t wait fort the next installment This was a great read and follow up to the first book. Good character development, tie ups on the plot and a portent of things to come. Can’t wait for the next one!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ryan J

    He’s starting to figure it out I like the MC and seeing him use his brain to solve problems. It’s would be great to see him grow his magic and capabilities. Can’t wait for the third book!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Andrew J.

    Strong second book This was a great continuation of the series. The MC is developing nicely and the support characters are being flushed out, although the elf could do for some more time to develop more. She kind of fell to the side lines as a character.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lyle

    So Enjoyable The author John Cressman really is doing a fantastic job in writing a well balanced litrpg series. Though the main character is powerful he and his companions aren't OP. Plus like the slow burn romance. So Enjoyable The author John Cressman really is doing a fantastic job in writing a well balanced litrpg series. Though the main character is powerful he and his companions aren't OP. Plus like the slow burn romance.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    Great book Stellar work once again from John Cressman! Lots of action and adventure, warlocks and magic! Looking forward to the next one!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dominic Stal

    A few issues but not bad Why have 1% skill gains when you have no idea how much increasing a skill actually improves anything? Seems like useless stats for the sake of stats imo.

  14. 4 out of 5

    James Tranter

    Great story line I am looking forward to the next book in this series. Not an overpowered character waltzing thru a world, I want to see where he takes the characters

  15. 4 out of 5

    Johnie C

    Very good read I enjoyed reading this book very much and would recommend it highly to any one that likes litRPG type of books

  16. 4 out of 5

    Elspeth

  17. 4 out of 5

    Geoffrey Lee

  18. 5 out of 5

    Miss J G Wardlaw

  19. 4 out of 5

    PAUL RILEY

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jesse Kiser

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Dray

  22. 5 out of 5

    Donald Brashear

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jason Daub

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jt

  25. 4 out of 5

    Am-Pm

  26. 5 out of 5

    Richard Ballard

  27. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

  28. 4 out of 5

    Trevor Willis

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ben williams

  30. 4 out of 5

    Robert Sadler

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