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A New Update Arrives To The Ultra Popular Online Game, Realm Of Arkon With Patch 17, The Level Of Immersion Experienced By Players In Their Gaming Capsules Has Made Virtual Reality Indistinguishable From The Real World But Every Gamer S Dream Becomes A Nightmare For Roman Kozhevnikov After He Gets Confined To Arkon Against His Will And Not Just To Arkon, But To Its Deadliest Zone Demon Grounds Playing, Or Rather Living As His Character Krian, It S Not Just About Survival For Roman He Longs To Exact Revenge For His Banishment To The Virtual World Where The Sensation Of Pain Has Reached One Hundred Percent The Cursed Princedom

About the Author: G. Akella

Georgy Smorodinsky.44 years old, live in Moscow, married with three daughters Akella has been my game nickname for almost 17 years My love affair with the MMORPG genre began with Ultima Online, and I played WoW from its release date My main classes are Warrior, Rogue and Death Knight Back in vanilla WoW I made Grand Marshall with my warrior, for those who still remember what that is Throughou

10 thoughts on “The Cursed Princedom

  1. says:

    I found this to be a breath of fresh air in this genre as other reviewers have said the switch to the secondary POV is a little jarring and since that POV caps off the last 20 to 30% of the book just like in book 1 you suddenly feel the sadness of finishing a book even though you haven t finished the book yet Don t get me wrong the secondary point of view is well written and you get absorbed in it pretty quickly I don t know t

  2. says:

    Next PleaseGood next book in the series Look forward to Kudos for Glooms originality, think he will be a fan favorite.

  3. says:

    I can t read thisYou have millions of real people irrevocably stuck in your virtual world, why did you make it so linear You create vague plots with boring filler Why hasn t Krian learned how to actually fight with skill All he does is repeated slashing and bashing, there is not any forward progressing in actual skills Martial arts and sword training would be useful right What is the point of living in this game world and being clas

  4. says:

    Getting the parties on.Book 2 is where the parallel stories are moved into the main storyline Roman is gifted his mount Gloom , forms his clan, and begins to work through the Demon Grounds continental quest In Karn, Max reunites with Alonya and their working party is established The goddesses Karina and Sata become directly involved Intrigue continues and nefarious characters are openly active Of course there s lots of leveling and p

  5. says:

    This series, for now, primarily fits the lone player making unexpected design choices trope, but tropes become tropes because they have an appeal Mr Akella is an entertaining writer both in the parts of the story focused on Krian and on the parts focused on Max co.I do have to admit to having a small issue I can t remember the plot of the first book I think it involved getting forcibly put into the game, and having the initial character d

  6. says:

    The story continues to be pretty good Akella has created a very good game system and he sticks to it He even manages to keep the interest in the events going despite it all just in a game It was all accomplished surprisingly skillfully, avoiding many pitfalls of the genre He s also toned down the flash back scenes and has made sure their purpose is clear before it starts.Again he s decided to include a section about Roman s Friend, this time

  7. says:

    The series picks up paceAs I read the sampler for this book, I wasn t convinced it was worth it But, I had nothing better to read, so I powered through the beginning of book 1 By the end of book 1, I was mildly intrigued By the end of book 2, I m starting to like the series His characters start to grow on you I bought book 3, halfway through this one.so that tells you I m most likely goin to finish the series and won t feel a wasted valuable mo

  8. says:

    Well written, well translated and well worth a read A well thought out LitRpg story that flows nicely and has multiple well crafted characters that each have interesting and different stories Like reading two to three good books instead of one.

  9. says:

    Part 2 Never is as good as the first book as far as action but it s better than some other s I ve read the strange thing about this story is it comes at you from 2 ways but you know they will unit somewhere So I ll keep reading for Now

  10. says:

    Great LitRPGThis second book in this series is a great page Turner although I feel at the end of the books they seem rushed and compacted I enjoy the story and always like details versus less about the development of the characters and this realm of Arkon.

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