Shattered Lands

Shattered Lands It s all just fun and games until somebody dies Welcome to the Shattered Lands the first truly immersive video game where you see hear touch taste and feel the game In this online fantasy world o

  • Title: Shattered Lands
  • Author: Darren Pillsbury
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It s all just fun and games until somebody dies Welcome to the Shattered Lands, the first truly immersive video game where you see, hear, touch, taste, and feel the game In this online fantasy world of dragons, elves, wizards, and magic, two best friends enter at the same time and take very different paths Daniel desperately wants to break free of his nice guy life iIt s all just fun and games until somebody dies Welcome to the Shattered Lands, the first truly immersive video game where you see, hear, touch, taste, and feel the game In this online fantasy world of dragons, elves, wizards, and magic, two best friends enter at the same time and take very different paths Daniel desperately wants to break free of his nice guy life in the real world until his choices end in tragedy Eric wants unlimited power by any means necessary Assassin or summoner of demons, it makes no different Join them on their quest both inside the game and out as they navigate the violence, the triumphs, the treachery, and the danger Of the Shattered Lands Shattered Lands is the first book in a LitRPG series.

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      Published :2019-03-18T01:57:17+00:00

    About “Darren Pillsbury”

    1. Darren Pillsbury

      Darren used to watch movies for a living It s not as fun as it sounds Now he writes the YA horror comedy series PETER AND THE MONSTERS, about a 10 year old boy who moves into his grandfather s creepy old mansion and bad, baaaaad things start to happen PETER AND THE VAMPIRES Volume One is currently free on.

    620 thoughts on “Shattered Lands”

    1. I thoroughly enjoyed this author's other series, Peter and the Monsters, and was eager to start this one. I have to say that it's way different than his other series but just as good!!Daniels dad has been working on a new game for a big corporation and it's finally ready for the public. It's a fully immersive virtual reality game and costs big bucks to buy. Daniel gets the console and 2 sets of the headsets so he can play alongside his best friend, Eric, who wouldn't have the funds to pay for it [...]


    2. I read this book and about 25% of the next book, before I gave up on this series. I did not relate to any of the characters. The book is really light on the LitRPG elements as well. No real level progression, item restrictions, quest progression etc. Any idiot can just pick up an epic sword and turn into the strongest player overnight. Which is precisely what happens. I hated ALL the characters equally. Daniel, the "hero", cannot seem to understand he is in a game. He is also a terrible friend. [...]


    3. I couldn't finish. Really tried. Made it 82% of the wayI've read virtually all lit rpg with 4+ star reviews. I enjoyed the beginning of this book and had high hopes. They crashed. The characters were not relatable or likeable. Lots of whining. One character went from 18 year old kid to dark "monster" virtually overnight. Epic overpowered loot and skills discovered way too soon without a feeling of struggle or ingenuity. One character cleared a nightmare level dungeon solo. What?! Made no sense a [...]


    4. I love this author's Peter and the monsters books! I truly believe Darren is an extremely talented author with a very vivid imagination and whether it is this RPG story or the Peter series, he is able to transport you to another place for a time that is truly magical. Really that is what a great author does. They take you on a journey you have never been on. I have never read an RPG story before and I would have to say this one was an absolute jump from my normal taste of reading. With that said [...]


    5. Good Mc vs Chaotic McA rich kid gets his poor best friend into the hottest vr RPG game. It's twenty thousand for the setup plus subscription. The rich kid is like a white knight while the poor kid ends up being a demon summoner mage. (Raymond Feist like story). When the rich kid finds out what he is playing he unplugs him and kicks him out of the game and his home calling him a evil POS. Can't wait for the next installment.


    6. As one of those people who get emotionally involved with characters, I hated this story. The main character is impossible to root for, he is just a complete turd, to anyone and everything. It's impossible to root for him cus ass he does is screw everyone else over (especially the people he cares about for no reason). If the main character being like that doesn't bother you, then this is a decent LirRPG, that is super light on the RPG elements.



    7. Great bookI loved it. I couldn't put it down. Well written, good plot, and fast paced. Quite a bit of OP but that is the point.


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