Dungeon Lord: The Wraith’s Haunt by Hugo Huesca

Dungeon Lord (The Wraith's Haunt - A litRPG series Book 1) Tl;dr: 4.5 stars. Great setup to a new series with some caveats. This is not a dungeon core or monster core novel, and some of the initial setup doesn't have a direct payoff in this novel. Sub-genre: Creamy Action/Adventure LitRPG with small dungeon building.… Continue reading Dungeon Lord: The Wraith’s Haunt by Hugo Huesca

Apocalypse 2020, by James Witherspoon

I was given a copy of this book in advance, so my review may not be 100% accurate if he's changed anything. Tl;dr:  3.5 stars.  The book has potential, but it does take awhile to build up to see where things are going.  I.e. the game mechanics seem fairly dull at first, until you see… Continue reading Apocalypse 2020, by James Witherspoon

Review: Liam Arato’s “The Gold Farmer”

Tl;dr:  1 star.   This book is bad. It's an adolescent power fantasy where the author is obviously the main character, see "Marty Stu".  He used to have the picture of the main character up as his profile picture, which is always a bad sign to me.  It's one thing to be proud of your… Continue reading Review: Liam Arato’s “The Gold Farmer”

Cindy Koepp reviews Edward Brody’s “Eden’s Gate” and cursing as an expletive and explanative power

Today we will be meta-reviewing Cindy Koepp's review of Edward Brody's Eden Gate.  There was some kerfuffle over her review, and I haven't reviewed anything in forever, so this is a good time. In review news, I'm going through the new Awaken Online: Precipice book by Travis Bagwell.  It's amazing thus far, I have only heard… Continue reading Cindy Koepp reviews Edward Brody’s “Eden’s Gate” and cursing as an expletive and explanative power