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Content Rating: Older than 13
V:1.2 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.
Server Change 117000 words.
PS. He is still only attracted to women. -Sheesh.
Reviewed it on December 13, 2021
Everything I like in a story. Can't wait to read further adventures. Thanks Shaddoth!
A unique take
Reviewed it on December 10, 2021
Shaddoth created another interesting story. A common premise but a lot of meat added to the story. A story that creates its own path.
Great world building. Makes you want a sequel to explore the world further. Yet, this story is also self contained and offers some closure.
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 :).
Is that it?
Reviewed it on December 26, 2021
I'm not sure I understand why the book ends where it does. Evidently the Author just decided that he had written enough in that story and stopped with what would seem to be then end of a chapter rather than the end of a story. Disappointing.