A Slave in the Locked Lands (2020)

A Slave in the Locked Lands ArthurStone Mark Berelekhis Mikhail Yagupov A Slave in the Locked Lands The history of our world tends to move along a shallow spiral when completing a turn you end up mighty close to where you started The history of Second World in contrast seems to have simplified it
  • Title: A Slave in the Locked Lands
  • Author: ArthurStone Mark Berelekhis Mikhail Yagupov
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  • Page: 247
  • Format: Kindle Edition
A Slave in the Locked Lands ArthurStone Mark Berelekhis Mikhail Yagupov The history of our world tends to move along a shallow spiral when completing a turn, you end up mighty close to where you started The history of Second World, in contrast, seems to have simplified its path to a ring from which there is no apparent way out An unforeseen invasion lays waste to whole provinces, prompting the game s most powerful clans to ally with the empeThe history of our world tends to move along a shallow spiral when completing a turn, you end up mighty close to where you started The history of Second World, in contrast, seems to have simplified its path to a ring from which there is no apparent way out An unforeseen invasion lays waste to whole provinces, prompting the game s most powerful clans to ally with the emperor s guard to stop the monstrous hordes in their tracks A war erupts that nobody saw coming, shattering the tedium of peaceful life All the while the world s most elusive character once a lowly miner, now a powerful mage finds himself in an impossible situation, and sorely in need of allies of his own as he searches for a way out.
A Slave in the Locked Lands ArthurStone Mark Berelekhis Mikhail Yagupov

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  1. Dan

    GreatOne the better new LitRPG series coming out Only thing I would like to see is a character sheet now and then.

  2. Josh Carson

    The Weirdest Noob is a Vanilla HeroWhen I picked up this series, I thought I was going to be entitled to a story about the weirdest noob the game has ever seen , as stated in the description I thought he would be using mad genius in combination with radically unconventional methods, making the strangest character concept imaginable into a terrifying weapon of pandemonium, as weirdness implies I thought it would be a story about a hero who was, to put it mildly, just a little bit Well Weird.No su [...]

  3. Ronnie

    I liked the book but thought it was a little unoriginal The MC in this book does some pretty dumb things to level and yet gets lucky I prefer books with MC s that use there head to accomplish the tasks This book feels like the MC is doing everything against what is preconceived as an RPG for instance who fights monsters 100 levels above yours and wins I feel that that s what i had the biggest issue with To Sum it up i felt that its out of luck than out of Skill that the MC is Successful as wel [...]

  4. Dániel Farkas

    Now, i admit that the first book may have been a mix of everything good from other books, but in the second book Arthur Stone has proved himself to be a great writer with his own mind and ideas about this Second World is worthy and would love to try it.For a while i was thinking that it s going to be just like the Dive way too OP MC and for some that is boring, but fortunately that is not the case here He sees his own wrong doings and mistakes and try to fix them Am curious what the series have [...]

  5. Manuel

    Amazing readTook me about a day to read mostly cuz I had nothing else to do, So I never had to stop reading it I m kinda sad I have to wait for the next book Anyway the main character is op in a rare manner which is great because it s unconventional in that for all the boosts he has, he can get totally destroyed if he s not careful which is neat I like his new friends they have good chemistry with each other and are likeable All in all I love these series and it sucks I have to wait for the next [...]

  6. John Angelidis

    I find it very difficult to believe that 90 people found this book amazing.Beware of paid reviews.As for the novel, the first one was essentially a prologue to the novels world with a little plot advancement towards the end.Well this book does not advance the plot at all and resets the whole thing in 1 3 of the book I ve managed to read.Dropped, I m not interested to read a prologue that is two novels long.

  7. Travis

    Another great installment in the series It s only the second book, but it was better than I expected More heroic deeds, problems, friends, and even epic quests How could you not like this one I highly recommend this series, even if I still do have to read the third one still It s great writing, a nice storyline, and lots of action, I can t wait to read the next one.

  8. Dave Stone

    I m surprised how much I liked this book.A great sequel to The Weirdest Noob which was much better than the title suggested.It s a great shame that book 3 is reported to be absolute garbage printed from a working draft with editors notes and errors That sucks because I m keen to keep going with this story.

  9. Mike Goodman

    Epic awesomeness ReadThat leaves the story with a darn unfinished quest on a cliffhanger while the Author seams to want to write another story What is wrong with you guys Hopefully since this is a crazy Russian series, this storyline continues and is only awaiting translation.

  10. Seth Silvernail

    Great Follow Up to Book OneI thoroughly enjoyed this story just as much or possibly a bit than book one Definitely recommend this book to those who enjoyed the first book and look forward to book three

  11. Johnny

    Good story This is a good continuation of the series There are a handful of errors of the likes of mana poo instead of mana pool, but it doesn t hurt the flow of the story to bad.I recommend this story to those that like a good OP MC.

  12. Tracy Fletcher

    AwesomeThe series is a great read so far hate having to wait for the books to go on unlimited status but well worth it as it s an engaging story

  13. Carl Hickman

    Not too bad butThe ending felt rushed and usage of the term noob is used way too much especially for the levels of the players Also the teams personalities were to similar

  14. Travis Hoselton

    A good additionEasy flow and great addition to the series Just wish it was longer however that s me being greedy Well done hurry on to the next book

  15. David Bos

    Best litrpg ive read of 10 so farGreat adventure and nice new characters Good to see some old ones showing up to A reccomend for any fan of any rpg

  16. Bruce

    Very Fun ReadI m really enjoying this series The Characters are fun, the game mechanics are well thought out And everything is constantly changing.

  17. Lewis Clymore

    Excellent seriesDo yourself a favor and check this series out Wish I could rediscover them Please Mr Stone, please write faster

  18. Craig McMillan

    Enjoyed the storyThe book follows a lot of the same premise of it s contemporariesAs above, I enjoyed this story and have been reading others like it.

  19. Chris

    Enjoyable I enjoyed this book It wasn t as good as the first but most books in this genre aren t It still has good progression and an enjoyable main character.

  20. Michael Cowan

    Second book is as good as the firstI really love this series Its amazing and well paced Can t wait for book three Please keep writing in this world

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