Realities Grant defeated Requiem and overcame the trials placed in front of him Now the slowly recovering man expects to be reunited with a virtual version of his fianc e the Voices allowed her to reconstruct i

  • Title: Realities
  • Author: Stephan Morse
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Grant defeated Requiem and overcame the trials placed in front of him Now the slowly recovering man expects to be reunited with a virtual version of his fianc e the Voices allowed her to reconstruct inside Continue Online In there is Grant s gateway to a fantasy land where he can escape reality.Only his twin sister doesn t see eye to eye on the recent events She believGrant defeated Requiem and overcame the trials placed in front of him Now the slowly recovering man expects to be reunited with a virtual version of his fianc e the Voices allowed her to reconstruct inside Continue Online In there is Grant s gateway to a fantasy land where he can escape reality.Only his twin sister doesn t see eye to eye on the recent events She believes those events might be a sign of Grant backsliding into depression and possibly suicide, or delusion at best Because of mistakes in his past, Grant is powerless to prevent his sister from halting his next step inside of Continue Online.The Voices have a plan, and if Grant can t move forward in one virtual reality game, he might find a solution inside another, at least until Grant can overcome Liz s worries and get back to the fantasy world He signs up for a brief space adventure universe that mirrors Continue Online in ways than one Dusk worms his way across realities to join in the escapades, along with a copy of Hal Pal, who finds its own answers by playing among the stars.

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    One thought on “Realities”

    1. Pretty much a filler. Nothing of importance goes on; the author makes a bit of a mess with illogical actions and even plot lines.This feels like Matrix all over again: a great start followed by mindless and pointless action.

    2. BrilliantThis series has kept me up for several nights running. It is a beautiful rendition and exploration of the big "What If" of AI, people, and life itself.Worth your time. A must read.

    3. This book wasn't as good as the last one. These are the main issues I had with it:- Books 1 and 2 get us accustomed to one game (Continue Online), then we are put into a totally different game for book three with a very different theme- The big fight at the end didn't make much sense, seemed like a lot of coincidences (too many) converged to make the story believable. - The protagonist's continual moping about what he can't do in the new game that he could in the old game is annoying- The protag [...]

    4. While continuing to be one of the best written litRPGs out there, I feel the plot was lacking something in this story, it felt like a replay of previous books in a new setting.One thing we did see is the rails getting removed somewhat for the plot so Grant gets a bit more agency than roleplaying someone else for the book. Grant has a plot driven by his own decisions, not just "be this character". This sort of works however the plot does still feel very similar to the other books, which kinda fee [...]

    5. Good read.The whole story is excellent. I like the idea of the voices almost being akin to the flawed gods of some mythology. They have tremendous power but are also severely limited by rules and there own scope. Grant is a great main character.

    6. Good Read. A LitRPG story. A change in scenery. From land to space. Related but different. Continues from book 2. A good story that continues the plot and story.

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