The Gods of the Second World PDF Ç The Gods PDF \ of

The Gods of the Second World✮ [PDF] ✩ The Gods of the Second World By Arthur Stone ✻ – Varanus.us The Second World is a mire of intrigue the game s creators have left several back doors permitting them to terminate anyone at will, and an unlikely sequence of events has brought someone unsuspecting of the Kindle Õ The Second World is a mire of intrigue the game s creators have left several back doors permitting them to terminate anyone at will, and an unlikely sequence of events has brought someone unsuspecting into their field of attentionOne player has managed to upset the game world s balance, and now he s hunted by everyone Every clan wants to recruit him for his achievements, while other powers want him for their own, sinister purposes Now Ros must contend against an unseen enemy backed by the world s most powerful corporation, while relying on The Gods PDF \ only himself and his few trusted allies The stakes have never been higher Don t miss the final book in The Weirdest Noob trilogy.

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    Have Kindle books managed to upset the game world s balance, and now he s hunted by everyone Every clan wants to recruit him for his achievements, while other powers want him for their own, sinister purposes Now Ros must contend against an unseen enemy backed by the world s most powerful corporation, while relying on The Gods PDF \ only himself and his few trusted allies The stakes have never been higher Don t miss the final book in The Weirdest Noob trilogy."/>
  1. says:

    Lacking Something.There was something missing in this volume that the other volumes had Reading at times were tedious, and the plot felt rushed in places I don t know if this is the final volume, but if it s not I hope the next book finds what book one and two had.


  2. says:

    Interesting ending to the book We got to seepoints of view, especially the bad guys, and it was well written overall I disliked that I felt our protagonist succeeded because he was backed by the right people rather than because of his own cleverness skill determination, but apart from that, the ending felt satisfactory and despite there being room forbooks from this world, I feel this was a well written and rounded trilogy.


  3. says:

    Sometimes things don t add up you take a decent plot, a good environment, a good author and what you get A nightmarish end of the series book.Honestly I ve never been so drastic with a score, butwhat s the good to find in those pages


  4. says:

    MehMeh, this series turned into less of litRPG anda spy type thriller The addition of the main purpose of the game seemed really forced and killed the book for me Not a fan at all.


  5. says:

    If you purchase this book, I strongly recommend beginning at the Chapter 12 mark Everything prior is a frustrating snoozefest which made that part of the book a chore to slog through Because I love this series, I will be reading his next book S.T.Y.X Humanhive which already has much better reviews If you purchase this book, I strongly recommend beginning at the Chapter 12 mark Everything prior is a frustrating snoozefest which made that part of the book a chore to slog through Because I love this series, I will be reading his next book S.T.Y.X Humanhive which already has much better reviews


  6. says:

    A very weak end.Multiple editor notes scattered throughout the story The story felt rushed like the author was just trying to get it done The dialogue in the latter half rolled together without any breaks to differentiate whom was speaking.


  7. says:

    Read up to 65% As much as I love this series the 3rd book s translation problems is just getting a little too awful for me Sometimes it almost feels like a google translate The problem is worsened by the fact that for some reason this book is now half infodump and half storyline The infodumps which can last pages of just outright exposition about gaming mechanics can get pretty technical, as well as boring, so with a bad translation it s just painful to read through.Also the infodumps can Read up to 65% As much as I love this series the 3rd book s translation problems is just getting a little too awful for me Sometimes it almost feels like a google translate The problem is worsened by the fact that for some reason this book is now half infodump and half storyline The infodumps which can last pages of just outright exposition about gaming mechanics can get pretty technical, as well as boring, so with a bad translation it s just painful to read through.Also the infodumps can be pretty jarring because it sometimes comes from the MC who still think he s a noob but is suddenly explaining exactly how many percent kill rates arebut somehow still suck enough to be called a noob at this point despite the how many stat bonuses and titles he s already earned It s just a little too trite by book 3 to have the MC call himself in anyway a noob By now he s a normal gamer as opposed to a noob.There s also that time where he spent a few pages talking about someone else s stats in torturous detail when he shouldn t be able to know because 1 he s supposed to be a n00b and 2 he just met the character and thus should have only surface conjectures about their character build It was insane how he knew the tiny minutiae of Thyri s character build It was basically a badly done 4th wall break.The other thing that bothered me is how the author is trying to bring up the tension and suspense in the book regarding the MC s IRL situation but having almost ignored the fact in book 2, trying to get the reader to careabout the MC s body so much in Book 3 is weird They re almost trying to throw James Bond level of villainy in this book in the IRL side that it s conflicting with the in game storyline tension I think it would have been smarter for the author to choose which conflict wasimportant InGame vs IRL rather than try to do both equally because it came out really hasty, rushed and unfocused infodump galore.Couldn t finish Wanted to but in the end it got a bit too painful with the bad translation and the infodumping galore


  8. says:

    i got about half way through before i was forced to stop its not good the writing changed.i was really enjoying the story in the previous books, but this book just decided to stop with proper format so here is what is wrong its like the author had someone proofreading everything in the last books guiding him, and telling him how to make a good story this book he decided hes got this, and tried to wing it for every 1 paragraph of story, there are 10 pages of game mechanics that are not rel i got about half way through before i was forced to stop its not good the writing changed.i was really enjoying the story in the previous books, but this book just decided to stop with proper format so here is what is wrong its like the author had someone proofreading everything in the last books guiding him, and telling him how to make a good story this book he decided hes got this, and tried to wing it for every 1 paragraph of story, there are 10 pages of game mechanics that are not relevant its like the author created this great world, but got so into it, he wants to tell everyone how every single little piece of it worked, at the cost of the story and actual events i was reading, and reading, and reading, and i honestly had no idea what was going on in the story so much so that it felt like i was just checking in on the main character periodically, and we may have missed a lot of events And then they had side stories different people doing different things in the background, and real world interesting, but not wholly relevant it addedclutter, and much less focus on the main story I was not sure who Ross was with, why he was where he was, where he was going, and why his old companions where not with him the character did not seem to be making rational choices anyand with ALL the extra wording describing game related things and how everything worked, the character seemed to forget basic things until after he did them Also, since it was spewing all these detailed game faqs about how the game worked perfectly, that i can only imagine where from Ross s perspective, he claimed to be a noob, and that he understood nothing it just felt loose and poorly written so im sorry this series had a great thing going a truly interesting and unique character an unusual world and a compelling story make money, hide, dont get caught by guilds, level up, build your party instead it became hide kinda, you are not special any, leveling up is not a focus, forget about your party sigh


  9. says:

    I ve written before about what the Russian Power Fantasy Power Adjacent Fantasy seems to be That being the main character always seems to be special for reasons other than power and relies on far stronger support to achieve their ends view spoiler Those ends, usually being a preservation of an over overarching system with their opponents corruption exposed hide spoiler.The first book in the series fallows that very closely, with Ros relying on powerful pets to accomplish tasks while his I ve written before about what the Russian Power Fantasy Power Adjacent Fantasy seems to be That being the main character always seems to be special for reasons other than power and relies on far stronger support to achieve their ends view spoiler Those ends, usually being a preservation of an over overarching system with their opponents corruption exposed hide spoiler.The first book in the series fallows that very closely, with Ros relying on powerful pets to accomplish tasks while his level is stuck at 0 I had through book 2 was breaking this mold with Ros actually become significantly powerful in his own right and taking the lead It also seemed he was moving towards a goal of changing the way things worked.This book, though, falls back to the classic power Adjacent Fantasy rules Ros is still powerful, but most of his power comes from his connections and who what he can summon view spoiler And in the end the big powers that be, the AI, maintain the statuesque while punishing the corrupted opponents Russians really do seem to have an ingrained trust for all powerful centralized planners It s no surprise Communism started there hide spoiler Still the book remains a low stress read and is quite enjoyable as such As a conclusion to the trilogy, things are wrapped up quite satisfactorily


  10. says:

    I hesitated, but finally put a 2 star only rating because of multiple things.First, the dynamics are all different from previous books, you get characters that were interesting that get shelved, new characters that get introduced for no real good reason, and the mess that is outside politics get shoved down Plus a semi ridiculous series resolution It feels like the series was supposed to resolve in 3 books, and that was time to wrap the story, and the rushing is obvious.I almost put a 2 star I hesitated, but finally put a 2 star only rating because of multiple things.First, the dynamics are all different from previous books, you get characters that were interesting that get shelved, new characters that get introduced for no real good reason, and the mess that is outside politics get shoved down Plus a semi ridiculous series resolution It feels like the series was supposed to resolve in 3 books, and that was time to wrap the story, and the rushing is obvious.I almost put a 2 star rating, but the addition of horrid editing, leftover notes from translation writing made that third book a painful experience, compared to the previous 2 which were much, much better

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