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Content Rating: Older than 13
A pleasant engineer in the next century receives a package from his employers as a bonus. The Virtual Reality game that he expected to log into was not the one he ended up in. And it wasn’t Virtual…
And he was no longer a mid-twenties male but a 16 year old female.
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Reviewed it on December 2, 2021
After the free samples and my past experience, I knew I wouldn't regret owning this myself and I was right. I had difficulty putting in down.
It clearly wants sequels. It seems like there was an earlier spot to have stopped with a more dramatic pause, but I don't know the whole arc and this is hardly a problem. It's like getting a book and a half for the same price!
The protagonist is easy to get behind. It's possible the shift from first person to third at times could be improved, but I loved knowing their impact on others.
Book is a fun read with a great version of a virtual world
Reviewed it on November 10, 2021
Once again, a Shaddoth book ends before it should.
This book takes a very interesting (and IMHO a correct) take on a person going to live in a "virtual world" The book is a quick read (even at 350 pages) since I couldn't put it down. The take of a man in a woman's body is also well done with interesting takes on the differences between a man and a woman.
The adventures made sense, the quirky sense of humor of the main character works, yet there are very serious overtones.
The ending was slightly abrupt with quite a bit wrapped up in a few paragraphs. However, this book could easily be one in a series since (s)he does have more temples to visit and maybe a kingdom to take over :).