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✓ The Bathrobe Knight ì Download by Ò Charles Dean I love this Series, a great read I had to stop reading this book Sorry, but the premise was painful and I couldn t get past Chapter 3.
It read like I was playing a video game through a third party rather than reading an actual book The comedy felt slapstick than cerebral and did not really entertain me enough to pull me into the shallow plot line.
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Some NPCs are as important as players, and you have awesome stuff going on outside of the game as well.
The Bathrobe Knight brings new spices to the genre, and is full of surprises and plot twists that can be enjoyed not only by avid gamers but general fantasy consumers as well.
Well, in short, this was pretty disappointing It started off a little questionable with the main character having claws and red eyes for no good reason, but was still mildly entertaining Unfortunately, none of the characters ever felt even remotely like real people as the story progressed Even unfortunately, the author made the in my opinion mistake of adding multiple pov characters before giving enough time to the initial character Then even unfortunately, some of those povs were very removed from the primary character so I struggled to care about anything going on with them even though I expected it to tie in later.
There were various misspellings and grammar mistakesnot egregiously so, but probably 20 or sojust enough to run into another one before the memory of the previous one had time to fade While the I bought it to support the author, but I read it as a free, serialized web novel, thus I have trouble reviewing it as a purchased book.
To me, it was a fun weekly web novel The author reads all the comments, responds and can course correct depending on the readers reviews.
This is VRMMO, without all the silly real life stuff, and yet not quite transported genre Players actually play the game like it is an MMO.
It is given in different POV sections, kinda like Song of Ice Fire.
It starts off strong as a comedy, then towards the conclusion, the humor goes away.
There is an abundance of gamer nerd or is it geek I always get the 2 confused pop culture references.
Really, this plays like an MMO than most other VR stories I ve read, which is quite nice I can tell that the author has exper SPOON Don t worry, you ll find out eventually as this humorous story unfolds The basic premise seemed overused until you get further along and realize there is to the story than you might think at first glance Personally I was hooked from the beginning but in a genre overflowing with imitators sometimes it s hard to find something you re willing to spend time on With that said, how can you not be intrigued by the idea of a Bathrobe Knight, it s right there in the name, you just know something wierd is going to happen.
Even so, the book at it s darker moments, questioning the nature of VR and how you should react and interact with the NPCs and how you yourself fits into that world While it wasn t a deeply philosophical book, the care that the protagonist shows for the denizens of the digital world did make me think twice about the future o This book wasn t at all what I expected I thought it would be a comedy because the premise seemed completely comical So the book caught me completely off guard by being serious Then even so by managing to pull off a somewhat entertaining story with a ridiculous premise.
It wasn t the best thing I have ever read but it was good and kept me reading right up to the last page Picking up Vol 2 tonight
I don t know, is it me Am I just hitting a burned out period I like most all of the LitRPG books I ve read, but after a while every genre spins out some duds LitRPG is a relatively new genre about involvement in Role Playing Games that somehow become real Of course when I say the genre is new it doesn t mean novels and stories of this ilk have been around a while for example Joel Rosenberg s Guardians of the Flame Series Still of late it seems the idea has been discovered by a wider audience People moved by magic or technology into a game for various reasons can make a great story.
Here however the story is really just silly I suppose that was what was being aimed for When something gets popular parody can t be far behi This novel starts out light hearted and funny, with a dash of intrigue as it quickly becomes clear that the Virtual World is a lot real than people realize However, the story quickly starts dragging out and becomes a lot less interesting midway through Characters become stale or begin deviating in a nonsensical ways from their initial characterizations By the end of the story, there s no clean resolution to any of the plot lines and nothing is explained Volume 1 feels like the first 1 2 of a real novel fluffed out to the length of a full one Below will be a spoiler laden review of my main gripes with the story view spoiler 1 The MC s relationship with the country that summons him kind of disappears partway through