A Russian journalist gets an assignment to enter an immersive game. I was laughing a lot reading this book. Not better or worse, but just different in a cool way.
Sexual Content The players occasionally mention the existence of adoring female fans and that you could play basketball to "get girls. Yes, they supposed to be humorous and witty, but after ten times it become irritating.
Apr 13, Nealis rated it really liked it This is a review of series more than a single book, I have read up to book 8. From the starting point, when you have literary nothing and have to kill all the rats to Player Killers who hunt poor low level souls.
It was my first opportunity to discover this genre not counting Ready Player One and a very pleasant one. One player jokingly recommends that all athletes eat Wheaties.
There are of course cultural references that English reader will not know, but more often than not you can get the general idea by the context. Super easy Pick your movies, watch when you want, return, and repeat.
We accompany our hero through his journey from zero in Noobland how cool is that name?! I really enjoyed the book and I was kind of sad when it was over.
The main character Harriton Nikiforov is a journalist who has got a story to write about new, amazingly popular Virtual Gaming World of Fayroll. As you can expect, the job quickly becomes very pleasant experience. It is artistically crafted and I would recommend it to people to read.
Anyways with that said, the translation is done competently enough. Fortunately, there is one female character - Krolina who we get to know a little bit better and who is a real badass. The premise sounds like something not many people would normally enjoy as it is in effect reading about someone playing a game.
The last thing I would like to note is that action sequences in this series is not its strong suit. But the author has a real gift to make all the simple task very interesting.
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The movie is definitely tween-friendly from a content perspective; language includes a couple of "hell"s and a barely audible use of the "N" word, and there are some references to drugs, but always as a negative force. Language Mostly clean, but there are at least two uses of the word "hell" during interviews, and the "N" word is barely audible in the background during a noisy team home video.
Social Behavior Though the movie spends a lot of time on NBA superstar LeBron James, it focuses more on the concept of teamwork than on a one-man show -- each of his teammates gets equal time on camera.
In this light, there are images of teenagers smoking pot in a housing project. Thank you Barbara from Litworld for a copy of this book so I could get to know this new genre and the author.
I was also positively surprise by ending. He randomly gets invited to a clan, and gets a quest that no other player has ever found. On the other hand, he always feels compelled to help those in need, weak and small - for which he got extra points.
I was expecting just the finishing quest, but there was also a little surprise for the reader. However, this story is highly enjoyable as a piece of adventure.
Violence Nothing more than the usual fouls and jostles on the basketball court. My first real taste of the LITRPG genre like a lot of people is the Chaos Seed series and while I love that series also, this series is so Russian in its inflection and outlook on life that it a This is a review of series more than a single book, I have read up to book 8.
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