Beginner's Luck Kindle µ Kindle Edition

Beginner's Luck❮PDF❯ ✯ Beginner's Luck ⚣ Author Aaron Jay – Varanus.us Miles Boone is finally an adult and able to roll up his permanent character He will join the Game that the world has become Most of the planet is now dominated by feral AIs and nano who behave as all Miles Boone is finally an adult and able to roll up his permanent character He will join the Game that the world has become Most of the planet is now dominated by feral AIs and nano who behave as all the monsters of man s imagination Every adult left alive plays, striving to keep the the AI and nano from wiping us out completely Success in the Game is survival itself Success in the Game is success in life If only the game wasn t rigged against anyone who isn t a member of the Party A desperate bid to get the same chance at success in the game as Party members lands him at the mercy of his family s enemies Now his freedom and life rest on winning a bet Lose and he will grind the rest of his life in the beginner s area for the Eastman clan He will need all the luck he can get Too bad his enemies have broken his character and gotten rid of his luck stat How do you play a game without any luck Miles is going to have to outplay and outsmart his family s enemies, corrupt GameMasters, the Party, and of course the game itself Life is a game His father always told him, win or lose, it s how you play that matters Now he is praying his father knew what he was talking about Beginner s Luck begins a LitRPG series A good read Ramon Meija, LItRPG Podcast.

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    Beginner's Luck Kindle µ Kindle Edition have broken his character and gotten rid of his luck stat How do you play a game without any luck Miles is going to have to outplay and outsmart his family s enemies, corrupt GameMasters, the Party, and of course the game itself Life is a game His father always told him, win or lose, it s how you play that matters Now he is praying his father knew what he was talking about Beginner s Luck begins a LitRPG series A good read Ramon Meija, LItRPG Podcast."/>
  1. says:

    Drags OnThis book is in huge need of a good editor Not everything needs an in depth description, especially not economic principles or chapters of yoga.


  2. says:

    I ve read the first two books in the series which are all that is available at the time of my review.The series is set in a dystopian future world where nanotechnology and artificial intelligence have been abused by mankind to a great extent Such technologies should have ushered in a utopia, but instead have nearly destroyed the world which teeters on the brink of ruin The Game that everyone plays in this world has real world ramifications as interactions with the Game world have effects on th I ve read the first two books in the series which are all that is available at the time of my review.The series is set in a dystopian future world where nanotechnology and artificial intelligence have been abused by mankind to a great extent Such technologies should have ushered in a utopia, but instead have nearly destroyed the world which teeters on the brink of ruin The Game that everyone plays in this world has real world ramifications as interactions with the Game world have effects on the nanotech and AIs that have run amok in the real world.The RPG elements are good There s definitely NOT the feeling that It s just a game that ruins so many LitRPG books for me Failure in the game results in unpleasant immediate and long term consequences The protagonist has character development over the course of the books, not just in the RPG sense, but in the literary sense


  3. says:

    Loved thisWhat a great read with a strong story line and good characters The book is well written and appears to be edited professionally due to the lack of errors.The MC is a solid guy and appears to know his limitations and is following a sensible path to progress and avoid the usual tropes.There are plenty of other characters that add to the story and help create a believable world that pulls you in and leaves you wanting .Looking forward to plentyin the series


  4. says:

    Genre Game ChangerThis series beginning is every bit as epic as the classics From Ready Player One to Ender s Game to Kong s Chaos Seeds this book is a carefully crafted masterpiece of wit, nerve, plot, and poise I literally cannot recommend it enough Worth every minute of your timejust start it on a Friday so you can get some sleep before Monday morning Way to take the genre up a notch This is a shot of epic twists and turns you won t regret.


  5. says:

    This might top my listWhat can I say about this book The subtle nerd pop culture references abound but aren t overbearing The combat and system is interesting and strikes a chord with my love of 3.5 But it s the philosophy that really does it for me A boot to the face indeed.


  6. says:

    Hidden Gem in LITRPG Ok I ve been entertained by many wonderful stories in LITRPG.some really well written. some simplistic.while others, though still good stories were lacking This book is a well written and deeply developed A hidden Gem if your looking for a good read


  7. says:

    SatisfiedOriginal and unique setting with a equally interesting MC Can t wait to read the next book in the series Keep it up


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Absolutely disappointed One thing I hate the most is when a MC has no brains When a person s way of thinking and acting is far beyond stupidity that even a legally diagnosed mentally handicapped individual will make a better and rational decisions than the MC Sadly, that s what we have here The whole reason for this idiot s suffering is one stupid decision after another.Spoilers belowIf your best friend s girlfriend hates you, if she s the pinnacle of all your problems, then why pray tell, Absolutely disappointed One thing I hate the most is when a MC has no brains When a person s way of thinking and acting is far beyond stupidity that even a legally diagnosed mentally handicapped individual will make a better and rational decisions than the MC Sadly, that s what we have here The whole reason for this idiot s suffering is one stupid decision after another.Spoilers belowIf your best friend s girlfriend hates you, if she s the pinnacle of all your problems, then why pray tell, would you invite your best friend to go with you to do something his girl friend is 1000% against Did you think she wouldn t find out Did you think, your best friend, who has yet to stop his girlfriend from belittling, berating you , would not tell her.And why, would you not have asked your best friend where he found the illegal pod user And why, would your supposed Best Friend even go to his girlfriend for this information And why, agree to a deal so stupid.Also, let s face it I hate to be the one to tell you this, but he s obviously not your best friend He is so far beyond being your best friend that I worry the knife he has pressed against your back might be real and you re just too stupid to notice.This goes to the author.Book one has this idiot having to accomplish 5 quests Which he only completed one Book one 1 quest Does that mean you plan to drag this out into five books Really This book was filled with so much fluff, I nearly mistook it for my pillow


  9. says:

    I really liked this one, but it was a bit heavy on the politics I ve never read fiction to be educated or taught about politics, it s just not my thing However, I love the whole beat me down and I ll figure out how to kick your butt anyway thing that s going on in this one The main character just rocks, even without overpowering stats and equipment, he uses what he has and makes it through anyway, ruining established setups intended to milk the system all the way Absolutely love it, and if y I really liked this one, but it was a bit heavy on the politics I ve never read fiction to be educated or taught about politics, it s just not my thing However, I love the whole beat me down and I ll figure out how to kick your butt anyway thing that s going on in this one The main character just rocks, even without overpowering stats and equipment, he uses what he has and makes it through anyway, ruining established setups intended to milk the system all the way Absolutely love it, and if you don t root for the under dog in this one, then I d have to say your rootometer is broken.A very well done piece, and I will be looking for the next one in 2018


  10. says:

    Great concept Hard to get through.The good interesting world with some good action I appreciate the character development as well as how the main character manages tough situations The bad the main character preaches at you for most of the book It is hard to get through the passages at time It is not quite as bad as Ayn Rand, but it does add much and affects the pacing I also feel like the world isn t completely fleshed our as much as I think it should be It feels like there are inconsi Great concept Hard to get through.The good interesting world with some good action I appreciate the character development as well as how the main character manages tough situations The bad the main character preaches at you for most of the book It is hard to get through the passages at time It is not quite as bad as Ayn Rand, but it does add much and affects the pacing I also feel like the world isn t completely fleshed our as much as I think it should be It feels like there are inconsistencies Maybe that will come later Though I am not sure I would grab the next book

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