Death Doris Escape Terminal Episode A terminally ill teenager finds than a simple escape when he agrees to take part in a futuristic medical experiment involving virtual reality gaming Everett Death Hall discovers a new life where he is

  • Title: Death & Doris: Escape Terminal Episode 1
  • Author: Eddie J. Green
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A terminally ill teenager finds than a simple escape when he agrees to take part in a futuristic medical experiment involving virtual reality gaming Everett Death Hall discovers a new life where he isn t trapped by his failing body Join Everett and friends as they level up, battle vicious foes, and deal with the most dangerous creatures in New Terminal other playA terminally ill teenager finds than a simple escape when he agrees to take part in a futuristic medical experiment involving virtual reality gaming Everett Death Hall discovers a new life where he isn t trapped by his failing body Join Everett and friends as they level up, battle vicious foes, and deal with the most dangerous creatures in New Terminal other players A Western LITRPG novella series releasing monthly Welcome to Escape Terminal It may be an escape, but it s definitely not a paradise.

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    One thought on “Death & Doris: Escape Terminal Episode 1”

    1. The premise of Death and Doris is completely crazy but it works. A bunch of terminally ill kids are placed in a virtual videogame to avoid the pain of real life treatments. If they die in said virtual videogame, they're pretty much going to die in real life. While ridiculous, it gives the characters plenty of motivation to do their absolute best to survive. The characters themselves are a mixed bag, but by the last page I was sympathetic to nearly all of them. Everett Death was pretty bland and [...]

    2. Death and Doris has a good story that's held back by a few things. First, Everett is annoyingly emo and keeps spouting cringe-inducing lines such as "You can't outrun the Reaper. The name's Everett Death, now take it to your grave." This bit gets old really fast.Second, this book was very poorly edited; punctuation errors abound and you'll be spotting them with alarming regularity.But, as I said, it has a good story. Green has included all the trappings of an MMORPG and you'll feel like you're p [...]

    3. What an edgy teenagerLike the hunger games except with invalids and it's a litrpg where they pretend they are healthy while undergoing treatment and slowly forget about the real world and other plot stuff happens that gives them a reason to play the game. The interactions between the characters could use some work but it's short and good enough to keep me looking out for the second installment.

    4. I Did not finish, actually I ended up dropping the book entirely. I got about 80% way through when I finally decided it was not worth reading.

    5. Great premise great mix of lit & rpgGreat so far. Excellent writing. Great character development. Balanced mix of mmo mechanics and adventure story. Way too short but if the author keeps their promise of a new book every month. Definitely coming back. Well to be honest the writing was absolutely fantastic. A lot of bad translations and bad grammar/typo in the litrpg genre that take away from the plot etc. The only problem this book had was that I wanted more.

    6. When the next episode coming outGreat story I really enjoyed it . Death and Doris were a great team. I would like in the next book for somebody to join the team( not somebody like shade)

    7. Good so far.The first instalment was exactly what I needed to get bookstores series. I look forward to seeing what other surprises are in store.

    8. Good bookWas good to read a new litrpg. It has a good start to the series. I hope he keeps Death as the main character.

    9. Meh. It was okay, not going to rush out to purchase or continue. By the looks of things on the author's site(s), he isn't in a rush to add anymore. Typical serial fare.

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