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Forever Fantasy Online, Book 2; By: Rachel Aaron, Travis Bach; Narrated by: Josh Hurley; Length: 24 hrs and 31 mins; Release date: Book Genre Date Rating; 1: Forever Fantasy Online: Fantasy / F: Jun 0: 2: Last Bastion: Fantasy / F: Jul 0: 3: The Once King: Fantasy / F: Jan 0 Forever Fantasy Online. Book 1 of 3. Could you survive? In the real world, twenty-one-year-old library sciences student Tina Anderson is invisible and under-appreciated, but in the VR-game  · The fun: FFO2: Last Bastion has a set release date of April 25th! It'll be simultaneous with the audio release which will be a first for us. I'm gonna get pre-orders and In the real world, twenty-one-year-old library sciences student Tina Anderson is invisible and under-appreciated, but in the VR-game Forever Fantasy Online she's Roxxy—the respected ... read more

Ad more drama and conflict somehow to the dialogue. The stakes are already there, but I'm not bringing them out well at all because I've been prioritizing "teh revealz" instead. TravisBach , Feb 12, Not sure if it's really kosher to comment, and I won't again if you'd prefer, but I really enjoy characters having conversations. Granted, they should still be contributing to the plot in some way, but Your dialogue is one of your biggest writing strengths; don't be hesitant to use it.

That said, it sounds like you have a good plan for this. WaywardDreaming , Feb 12, WaywardDreaming likes this. Windfall , Feb 13, I have figured out how to tame that beastly conversation and it only took me 10 days. If this wasn't one of the most important convos in the entire series Anyway, here's what I wound up doing.

I broke the chapter into 3 scenes. There's getting to the big NPC. There's the conversation with big NPC. Last is the escape from big NPC. Every scene starts with a clear goal and problem for the MC and ends with an important decision which propells us to the next scene. To fix the conversation, I first wrote it naturally and it was the aforementioned mess. Then I analyzed it down to just the crucial facts, reactions, realizations, and decisions that made it work.

Then I regrouped and reorganize those points into something not-confusing and much more concise. Everything I deemed unessential got chucked into the cuts bin. Part 2 is the hero's decision on what to do with that new knowledge. This was a vital change as I am now able to focus on the MC asking questions based on trying to get what he wants.

Part 3 is montaged as the MC buys time to escape with their new knowledge. Part 2 is really important. Before I had my MC asking the questions that I wanted him to ask because the answers revealed information that I wanted the reader to know. I worked so hard on it. Now the MC talks like a real person- using words to try to get what he wants and needs from a very dangerous man.

This keeps the conversation focused towards solving the problem we entered the scene with and removes that whole "is this a waste of time? All that said, I hope it's actually good. I'll find out when Rachel looks at it. the advantages of having a co-author. TravisBach , Feb 21, Yuli Ban and Windfall like this. The fun : FFO2: Last Bastion has a set release date of April 25th! It'll be simultaneous with the audio release which will be a first for us.

I'm gonna get pre-orders and reveals going soon. I've been piling up badass fighting tactics for IRL raiders to use against the ultimate boss and behold -- the fight as written is just a battle. Move, counter-move, HP going down. It's gonna be so hella boring to anyone who isn't me. I forgot that the battle still has to be a functional story. Old words are boat anchors in this case. Gonna toss the whole chapter starting with the first sword swing and rewrite it.

This time, starting with a structure. Since this is just a word segment, I'm gonna try to apply 3-act and see if that works. The good: I'm keeping this one scene that happens in the middle of the battle because it's character drama gold and I'm so proud of it.

TravisBach , Mar 19, Yuli Ban likes this. Moving has gotten in the way of writing like a hungry cat on a laptop. Still stuck on the final battle of the series but only because I've had no time or brains to work on it. I'm really looking forward to getting my house on the market so I can stop working on it. Hell, once my house is up for sale and the agent is showing it, I'll be sorta exiled from it. On the other hand, the battle scenes are very well written as anyone who's ever gamed can tell.

Hopefully the next book won't be as doom and gloom as the first two. Brother and sister duo Tina and James are trapped in their favorite video game, and the results are hell. That's because the world of Forever Fantasy Online has always been real, and while players have been completing quests and defeating raid bosses, the NPCs have been stewing in rage.

Now, released from an eighty-year imprisonment, the citizens of Forever Fantasy Online are seeking revenge, including in the once peaceful city of Bastion. Tina will do anything to keep her fellow players alive, taking down any boss that stands in their way.

James desires a more diplomatic approach. But with emotions running high, is peace even possible? I don't read a lot of LitRPG or fantasy novels that take place within MMORPGs , but the Forever Fantasy Online series makes me want to read more.

Last Bastion is the second book and the trilogy, and doesn't have a lot of the pacing issues that the first had. Sure, there are some action sequences that seem to go on for a little too long, but for the most part I was pleased with how things progressed.

The authors do a really good job explaining the different perspectives in this admittedly complex situation. Not everyone is equally at fault. There are some genuinely awful people that need to be stopped. But most of the characters in question are just trying to do their best and protect their people. Last Bastion certainly isn't standalone, although the overall plot of the book is wrapped up by the end.

Given how things end, I am really curious to see how Tina and James's story will continue, and look forward to finishing the trilogy when the final book, The Once King, is released. TOP REVIEWER. Tina will protect her brother James, his brother, and her Roughnecks to the bitter end. And the end is surely coming. As the players enter Bastion, their hope of salvation, they are crushed to find there is no sanctuary. Each faction must recognize the humanity of the other if they are to survive.

But will it be enough? Can Tina overcome the fear that she has instilled in her guild members in the hard drive to reach Bastion? Last Bastion is even more enjoyable than the first book in the series.

Same for dealing with haters, griefers, GIRLs GuysInRealLife masquerading in bikini armor, and all the negativity that can be in the game. Shoutouts to iconic quests, bosses, and NPCs add a bit of levity, from the Headless Horseman to Hogger. And, yes, I recognize that tank-as-you-walk-backward-blindly-in-circles technique from my very first try at tanking when someone conned me into helping them with a raid because they were short a tank.

It was going to be easy. Gosh, that was an embarrassing nightmare I will never forget. Siblings with fractured relationships, friends with secrets, top-tier raiders, kick-butt PVPers, lowbie players, and auction house moguls all join together to be the army that they need to survive the coming holocaust.

Highly recommended to fans of Rachel Aaron fans, gaming, fantastical worlds, and great storytelling. This is very different from typical LitRPGs; there's very little, if any, "progression" in the progression fantasy sense. That said, there is tremendous character progression, which is typically a weakness of LitRPGs. My only other caveat to a full recommendation is that this book deals with some fairly heavy topics; combined with the lack of progression, and this isn't light, fun, popcorn reading.

But if that doesn't put you off then this series is great and I highly recommend it. Need customer service? Tiny yurts with nothing in them have expanded into family-sized dwellings fully decked out with furniture and living supplies, while castles have gone from big to enormous.

The game essentially went from being a caricature of a fantasy world into a full-blown reality. The demons and skeletons and every other baddy in the game have now turned sentient.

There are also no more respawns, no more unlimited consumable items, and casting takes much more mana than it did before — everything has become harder. James finds himself in a very different situation when the change hit, he was out in the middle of nowhere in a small village of cat people all by himself. What he realizes very quickly is that every NPC in the game hates the Players. They knew the whole time that they were being controlled by an outside force, and they completely aware of what was happening when they were killed by fire, skinned alive, possessed by demons etc.

The cat people want James and every other Player dead, they want revenge, and James is now surrounded by them. He has to earn their trust by helping them deal with an onslaught of problems.

There was no struggle with the improbability of their situation, there was no thought of home, it left the character feeling very flat. The cahracters I felt did have much more depth than is typically delivered in this genre — there was a lot of development and foundations for them to grow in later books. They had to adjust to all of these new bodies, James is now a cat person and he finds himself completely fluent in their language, despite not knowing it before.

He tries his best to help the cat people despite their hatred for him. Thankfully, this book took a different approach and got rid of the health bars, stat bars, and all of that in favor of something more nuanced. flag 35 likes · Like · see review. View all 3 comments. Jul 11, Mitticus rated it really liked it · review of another edition Shelves: warriors , magia , scifi-and-fantasy , zreadings , magical-practitioners , necromancy , book-club-or-challenge , litrpg , game-literature.

Popsugar challenge Un libro acerca de un juego de rol This is my first gamer-lit book. I'm not a gamer, but I liked the fantasy of another world reality stuff. This is a know trope about the players stranded inside the game, that I think I see it before in movies? I liked the character of James in his inside the village situation, rather than Tina, with her close minded mentality.

Los hermanos Tina y James Anderson han estado jugando por siete años el juego de rol de realidad virtual multijuga Popsugar challenge Un libro acerca de un juego de rol This is my first gamer-lit book. Pero mientras Tina -cuyo alias es Roxxy- juega como Tank , con la forma de una suerte de La Mole, una fuerza de choque capitaneando una liga de asalto a calabozos contra villanos adquiriendo habilidades y tesoros.

En tanto el hermano mayor, James, quien en la vida real tiene un monton de trabajos parciales viviendo lleno de deudas y frustaciones, se ha decantado por una vida en una villa de jubatus especie de guepardos hominidos con magia curativa adquiriendo conocimientos y mascotas. De pronto, por un hecho sin explicar hasta ahora, quedan todos atrapados en el juego, donde la muerte ahora es real, y la física empieza a actuar, y los no-jugadores empiezan a actuar fuera de reglas.

Ah, y los odian. Uno empieza la novela creyendo que va a simpatizar con Tina, quien esta a punto de sacar titulo de bibliotecaria , pero al final terminó cayéndome muy mal. Y terminé simpatizando más con los nativos. Tina es la encarnación de todos los conquistadores en todos lados. Solamente le interesa SU opinion, nunca escucha a los demás y cree ser la única que puede rescatar a los jugadores.

Y, para ser bibliotecaria, me extraña mucho que no haya leido algo del 'lore' del juego. Scowling, Tina reached up to scrape some of the dried silver blood off her temple.

Anders had been right on a lot of levels. Being Superwoman was cool, but now that the reality of not being human had set in, it was unsettling. El libro sacar a relucir aspectos de humanos y sociedad, que parece una moderna no muy distinta a la actual. Los jugadores que quieren ser otra persona, como cambiar de sexo, o burlarse del resto sacando ventaja de ello como "NekoBaby". Y es claro que el elfo-ninja-asesino y mejor amigo de Tina "SilentBlayde" guarda un doloroso secreto aparte de su crush por ella.

James , en otra parte del juego, se encuentra en medio del odio tras ochenta años de esclavitud segun los de ese mundo, y debe encontrar pronto una forma de sobrevivir poniendo juntos sus conocimientos del juego y un poco de diplomacia. Like most FFO players, James had heard plenty of horror stories about the VR-induced mental disorder.

No matter what they did, they were trapped in the delusion, moving in reality just as they did in the dream. Termina la historia en un 'continuara' de un cuasi cliffhanger. Esto esta pensado como una trilogia y hasta ahora hay dos libros, y voy a buscar ahora el siguiente. flag 19 likes · Like · see review.

Aug 20, Rebecca rated it did not like it Shelves: rfantasy-bingo I picked this up as part of a reading challenge to read a litrpg novel. I went in with an open mind but unfortunately this just wasn't the book for me. I think the litrpg aspect could have been more exciting and interesting if there was more dungeon crawling or questing. Instead the characters spend a lot of time yelling at each other and arguing and I just didn't enjoy that. I almost gave up on this book pretty early on when there was an almost rape scene and while it was dealt with it still le I picked this up as part of a reading challenge to read a litrpg novel.

I almost gave up on this book pretty early on when there was an almost rape scene and while it was dealt with it still left a bad taste in my mouth. I didn't like Tina at all and I found her chapters to be incredibly frustrating. James was a more interesting character and I found his parts of the book to be intriguing. Unfortunately that wasn't enough to keep me interested. Every time I put the book down I struggled to pick it back up because I just wasn't interested.

If I didn't need this for my bingo square I wouldn't have finished it. flag 10 likes · Like · see review. Jun 11, Conor rated it really liked it. flag 8 likes · Like · see review. Jul 11, Lisa rated it really liked it. WHY WOULD YOU END IT LIKE THAT?!?!?!?!?!?!?! I listened to this one on audio, and I have to say that the narrator, Josh Hurley, did a fantastic job. He really brought all the characters to life, giving each of them their own voice.

Sometimes I forgot it was only one person telling the story! Oh man, this story was a lot of fun. I experienced so much nostalgia from my World of Warcraft days while listening to this book.

It had all the common elements from WHY WOULD YOU END IT LIKE THAT?!?!?!?!?!?!?! It had all the common elements from games like these, but felt especially reminiscent of WoW. Like an auction house, or a fair…stuff that might not have to do with advancing your character. Or even a character or set of characters set in a PvP loop would be interesting. In fact, I found the main character of Tina aka Roxxy, to be fairly annoying at times. And yet, I still rooted for her! I love Frank.

I want to be in the Frank Fanclub. I liked James quite a lot. You definitely get the sense that this is going to profoundly grow his strength of character outside of the game as well, if they can ever return to normal. The audiobook was nineteen hours and twenty-two minutes. That being said, I do think there was enough action to keep things going and even though it was long, it was very fast-paced.

It very easily could have gotten bogged down, especially as it is very dialogue heavy, but I feel like the book avoided feeling too heavy and the plot kept moving forward.

Well, okay the only other negative is something that happens pretty early on in the story, an incident that is condemned but then the character is shown to be somewhat redeemable. Overall, Forever Fantasy Online is a pretty fun book and especially enjoyable to listen to. I think having some experience in gaming enhances your experience of it as well.

View 2 comments. Jun 28, Christa rated it really liked it Shelves: , fantasy , kindle-unlimited , favorites This was my first venture with litRPG. In fact I had never heard of it before this book. The game forever fantasy online is a popular role playing game. It uses virtual reality think ready player one to give a full immersion experience.

Tina is an expert player and is getting a group together to raid the dungeon and beat the unbeaten last boss, the On This was my first venture with litRPG. Tina is an expert player and is getting a group together to raid the dungeon and beat the unbeaten last boss, the Once King.

Her brother James is also a great player, but he prefers the fun and more beautiful levels instead of beating the last level. His personal life outside of the game is sad and disappointing, he has a strained relationship with his family, a dead end job, and is in debt up to his eyeballs.

While they are playing, a glitch happens. Everyone playing the game gets pulled into the world of forever fantasy online for real. They are turned into their avatar. I loved this book. I have never played a MMO or RPG, so the book does a good job of explaining roles to people like me while not slowing it down too much for people who play the games. James was my favorite character. I loved his story and his character growth.

I think she will be better in book 2. This book did get preachy toward the end, with James negotiating a treaty between two clans. The heartstrikers series had this problem too. I loved the gender roles that were explored. Some players have an avatar of the opposite sex, and while it is humorous, it also is explored in a serous manner. flag 6 likes · Like · see review. Jun 11, Zophael rated it liked it.

Overall I thought this book was okay, the world in this book is more interesting than the main characters. So that part felt a bit unnecessary. It showed she never changed despite all she went through.

The story and npc characters had more to them than just hatred for players. May 30, Mihir rated it really liked it. I was lucky to be given a draft of this book and I also read the finalized version. The story is set from the viewpoints of a brother-sister duo, Tina and James Anderson. Tina and James are both massively experienced players in Forever Fantasy Online, a game that has taken the world by storm and managed to give an experience that's unparalleled in virtual reality.

Tina's avatar is Roxxy, a stonekin person who performs the role of Tank in her guild. James on the other hand is a Jujubatu a cheetah like anthromorphic creature , both of them are great in FFO unlike their real lives wherein their relationship is frayed horribly. They both log in at similar times along with many, many others and find out that there's been a snag, suddenly all of their virtual equipment and weapons no longer work as before.

They seem to be locked into the game and not only that, the sensations are more life like and none of them can log out. They are stuck in the game and all of their previous conquests are coming back to attack them. Also all the other characters which are present in the game or NPCs Non Player Character have a violent hatred towards any and all players are actively wanting to kill any player that they can get their hands on. This story is a classic LitRPG story wherein we get a spectacular view into the world of FFO and also the things that are occurring simultaneously within both James' and Tina's POVs.

The story builds up slowly as the reader shares the same confusion that these characters experience. We also get an idea much quicker than the characters but the world is more unknown to us than the characters.

The story is literally into two quests, Tina is trying to save her guild or what's left of it from impending doom behind them. James on the other hand is trying to save his own skin as the Jujubatus are hunting the players.

Both of them have to undergo their own struggles and this is where we get to see how they respond to their individual challenges. I must admit amid both the POVs I preferred James' struggles as his self loathing and easy going nature made his struggles that much more refreshing and relatable. Tina on the other hand while having more of the action, was a bit harder to understand. Tina is shown to be a stonekin and perhaps the authors' were more successful than they thought as Tina's POV shows her to be hard and demanding.

This however is absolutely needed as you will learn when you read the story. Many of her guild mates dislike her but you can see how she's trying everything that she can to survive and make everyone else survive. There are a couple of other characters namely SilentBlayde and NekoBaby who are present in Tina's chapters and are quite fun to read about. SilentBlayde is Tina's second-in-command and does their best to make sure that Tina gets all the support she needs.

NekoBaby is simply hilarious with whatever scenes she gets and I hope the authors explore her story in the sequels. The action sequences are pretty epic and feature terrific battle sequences. The action is very heavy in Tina's sections as they literally are marching to save their lives while battling ghosts, zombie skeletons, and many more creatures.

James' sections feature more of the world and the magical fights as his quest has him helping an NPC titled Ar'Bati to save his sister.

Both these parallel tracks keep the readers engrossed however readers will easily have their favorite. Lastly I enjoyed how seamless this book was, the book was one fine mix wherein you couldn't tell who wrote what section. I love this in collaborated stories.

Overall the story expands really strongly and then ends on a solid cliffhanger, which make me want to read the next book The Last Bastion immediately. Forever Fantasy Online is definitely a book for the gamers among us readers, I'm not a gamer so there were some terms that were unknown to me. Thankfully the authors included a glossary which was great for a non-gamer like me. The one thing about the book which wasn't helpful was the book's pace which took a while to get going.

Also the reveal as to the major reasoning about the world's status is never addressed and this is a major concern. I'm going to read the next one but I would have liked to know more about the whys and hows of the world. I was intrigued to see how Travis and Rachel Aaron's collaboration would be.

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Travis Bach. IT'S NOT A GAME ANYMORE In the real world, twenty-one-year-old library sciences student Tina Anderson is invisible and under-appreciated, but in the VR-game Forever Fantasy Online she's Roxxy—the respected leader and main tank of a top-tier raiding guild.

Her brother, James Anderson, is a college drop-out struggling under debt, but in FFO he's famous—an explorer known al IT'S NOT A GAME ANYMORE Her brother, James Anderson, is a college drop-out struggling under debt, but in FFO he's famous—an explorer known all over the world for doing every quest and collecting the rarest items. Both Tina and James need the game more than they'd like to admit, but their favorite escape turns into a trap when FFO becomes real.

In the real world, everyone said being good at video games was a waste of time. Now, separated across a much larger and more deadly world, their skill at FFO is the only thing keeping them alive. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. More Details Other Editions 4. All Editions. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Forever Fantasy Online , please sign up.

About what age would enjoy this book the most? like 2 years ago Add your answer. See 1 question about Forever Fantasy Online…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Forever Fantasy Online FFO, 1. May 29, TS Chan rated it really liked it Shelves: kindle-unlimited , arc-review-copy.

I received an advanced reading copy from the authors in exchange for an honest review. Excellent characters, an engaging story and geek humour. What more can one ask for? Forever Fantasy Online is one of my first LitRPG novels, but thanks to the powerhouse couple of Rachel Aaron and Travis Bach, it will not be my last. I will start by talking just a bit about my experience with RPGs as this will provide some context for my review.

While I had been quite a geek during my younger days, my RPG days I received an advanced reading copy from the authors in exchange for an honest review. While I had been quite a geek during my younger days, my RPG days via books and PC ended over two decades ago, and I did not have any exposure to multi-player online RPGs.

Neither have I been in the anime scene to appreciate the inspiration of this trilogy, which is a hugely popular anime series called Sword Art Online. It is also a pretty fast-paced narrative which hit the ground running right from the very first chapter where our main protagonists, Tina and James, are already logged on to the virtual reality world of FFO when the environment suddenly became real.

The story alternated between the two siblings' POVs as they both struggle with the brutal reality of survival with no inventory, no interface and hostile non-player characters who are no longer constrained by the rules of the game. On top of that, of course, they can feel pain, get hurt and have a high chance of dying for real. With the MMORPG backdrop, one can expect a lot of action scenes which befit usual gameplay, and FFO does this very well.

Tina aka Roxxy, a stonekin knight, is the leader of a group of players making up the roles of tanks, healers and damage dealers. The battle scenes are written so vividly that even for one with not much knowledge of MMORPG, it did not take long to understand the roles of the different character classes and how they fit into a raid fight against a boss. Don't worry though if you have even less knowledge of all these RPG terms and think that HP stands for Harry Potter or perhaps that brown sauce from the UK; the book also contains a glossary of terms to assist the uninitiated.

All that aside, great action scenes and nerdy stuff can only carry a story so far. It needs good characterisation. Rachel Aaron has demonstrated consistent proficiency in this area with her Eli Monpress and Heartstrikers series, both favourites of mine.

My personal favourite is James because his arc carries more emotional resonance as compared to Tina's. There are also loads of great supporting characters who helped framed our main protagonists' development throughout their respective storylines. This is a quality which I have always appreciated as it does not distract; making it easy to get immersed in the story. In short, if you are looking for a riveting and fast-paced read that also has a good dose of geek humour to boot , I recommend picking this title up.

You can purchase a copy of the book from Amazon You can also find this and my other reviews at Novel Notions. flag 36 likes · Like · see review. View all 10 comments. Jun 13, Esme rated it it was amazing. I have been a fan of the Heartstriker series for a while and I also happen to love LitRPG, so when I heard that Rachel Aaron was co-writing a new LitRPG book I was stoked!

YAY for being wrong! I had to speed it up though, I usually listen at 1. There are two main characters, a brother and sister named James and Tina. We get to see two totally different scenarios where players have been trapped inside a video game turned reality. When the game goes haywire the brother and sister are in different locations. All around her people started dropping to the ground writhing in pain and unable to cope with an overload of sensory input.

The geography and structures in the world expand, what used to take 4 hours to cross the entire map will now take days or weeks. Tiny yurts with nothing in them have expanded into family-sized dwellings fully decked out with furniture and living supplies, while castles have gone from big to enormous. The game essentially went from being a caricature of a fantasy world into a full-blown reality. The demons and skeletons and every other baddy in the game have now turned sentient.

There are also no more respawns, no more unlimited consumable items, and casting takes much more mana than it did before — everything has become harder. James finds himself in a very different situation when the change hit, he was out in the middle of nowhere in a small village of cat people all by himself. What he realizes very quickly is that every NPC in the game hates the Players.

They knew the whole time that they were being controlled by an outside force, and they completely aware of what was happening when they were killed by fire, skinned alive, possessed by demons etc. The cat people want James and every other Player dead, they want revenge, and James is now surrounded by them.

He has to earn their trust by helping them deal with an onslaught of problems. There was no struggle with the improbability of their situation, there was no thought of home, it left the character feeling very flat. The cahracters I felt did have much more depth than is typically delivered in this genre — there was a lot of development and foundations for them to grow in later books. They had to adjust to all of these new bodies, James is now a cat person and he finds himself completely fluent in their language, despite not knowing it before.

He tries his best to help the cat people despite their hatred for him. Thankfully, this book took a different approach and got rid of the health bars, stat bars, and all of that in favor of something more nuanced.

flag 35 likes · Like · see review. View all 3 comments. Jul 11, Mitticus rated it really liked it · review of another edition Shelves: warriors , magia , scifi-and-fantasy , zreadings , magical-practitioners , necromancy , book-club-or-challenge , litrpg , game-literature.

Popsugar challenge Un libro acerca de un juego de rol This is my first gamer-lit book. I'm not a gamer, but I liked the fantasy of another world reality stuff. This is a know trope about the players stranded inside the game, that I think I see it before in movies? I liked the character of James in his inside the village situation, rather than Tina, with her close minded mentality.

Los hermanos Tina y James Anderson han estado jugando por siete años el juego de rol de realidad virtual multijuga Popsugar challenge Un libro acerca de un juego de rol This is my first gamer-lit book. Pero mientras Tina -cuyo alias es Roxxy- juega como Tank , con la forma de una suerte de La Mole, una fuerza de choque capitaneando una liga de asalto a calabozos contra villanos adquiriendo habilidades y tesoros.

En tanto el hermano mayor, James, quien en la vida real tiene un monton de trabajos parciales viviendo lleno de deudas y frustaciones, se ha decantado por una vida en una villa de jubatus especie de guepardos hominidos con magia curativa adquiriendo conocimientos y mascotas.

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Forever Fantasy Online. Book 1 of 3. Could you survive? In the real world, twenty-one-year-old library sciences student Tina Anderson is invisible and under-appreciated, but in the VR-game  · LitCoin: 10,, Zorkmid: Well, Forever Fantasy Online isn't going to be a WIP much longer. Book 3 is out of my hands and into Rachel's, aiming at a November Forever Fantasy Online book 3 (final book in the trilogy) releases tomorrow, November 12th. Close. 8. Posted by. Editor: Stonehaven League, Dungeon World, and more Forever Fantasy Online, Book 2; By: Rachel Aaron, Travis Bach; Narrated by: Josh Hurley; Length: 24 hrs and 31 mins; Release date:  · The fun: FFO2: Last Bastion has a set release date of April 25th! It'll be simultaneous with the audio release which will be a first for us. I'm gonna get pre-orders and Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Last Bastion: Forever Fantasy Online, Book 2 at blogger.com Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users ... read more

I don't have an Audible account, though. Maaan, I sort of miss those days. And it was awesome Roxxie was a bit annoying, but if you can get past her, the rest is worth it. But if that doesn't put you off then this series is great and I highly recommend it. Jun 27, Kristen rated it it was amazing Shelves: audiobooks. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Given how things end, I am really curious to see how Tina and James's story will continue, and look forward to finishing the trilogy when the final book, The Once King, is released.

Oh man, this story was a lot of fun. They quickly discover that the world of FFO has never been just a game, but a real place, and the NPCs, held captive for years, are ready to take out their revenge on the players. There are a couple of other characters namely SilentBlayde and NekoBaby who forever fantasy online book 2 release date present in Tina's chapters and are quite fun to read about. Reading the first book as we speak! About Audible Careers Business Inquiries Audible in the News Accessibility.

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