Level Up or Die!

  • Title: Level Up or Die!
  • Author: Apollos Thorne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Level Up or Die A thousand year old succubus has grown tired of devouring men With the help of a lich lord she invents a new spell that will allow her to grow powerful in a much less distasteful manner Elorion is ju
    A thousand year old succubus has grown tired of devouring men With the help of a lich lord, she invents a new spell that will allow her to grow powerful in a much less distasteful manner Elorion is just your average high school student lazing around during summer break and thinking about bacon After a solid gaming session, he removes his VR headset to find a monsteA thousand year old succubus has grown tired of devouring men With the help of a lich lord, she invents a new spell that will allow her to grow powerful in a much less distasteful manner Elorion is just your average high school student lazing around during summer break and thinking about bacon After a solid gaming session, he removes his VR headset to find a monster waiting to kidnap him He wakes to find that he s not alone Nineteen other students have also been taken The last thing he expects happens next He is given the ability to use magic and level up There s a catch With his dormant talents unlocked he must grow in power to please his new master To level up he must face the monsters of the Underworld If he doesn t fight he will die But if he does fight, will he survive Welcome to the Underworld

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    1. This is an awesome read!Without giving too much away, this is less GameLit and more AR. The tropes of the genre are there, but what takes place isn't inside a game.Mr. Thorne does a great job of exposing and growing the characters, showing the inner struggle of someone put in this situation. The nice thing about it is that there's so much room to grow from here.Looking forward to the next in the series (and the sequel to Mr. Thorne's other series Codename Freedom).

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    2. Fun addition to the gamelit/litRPG genreFirst book in a fun new series. The MC is a bit OP, but it plays into the overall story. Looking forward to book two.

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    3. I enjoyed this book very much! The MC is a bit OP but I can understand why the author wrote him that way. I'd like to see some of the supporting cast fleshed out more, but mostly I want the writer to complete the series! A worthwhile read!

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    4. I love this.I think this is one of the best litrpg books I have had the privilege of reading. If you enjoy this genre buy this book.

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    5. Elorion was a gamer. He was loving the VR experience, little did he know that when he logged off something even more immersive than his favourite MMORPG awaited him. In barely the blink of an eye he was kidnapped, dragged into the Underworld, and deposited in an room of strangers they discover they all had one thing in common, they were gamers. No time was wasted, they were branded and given one very simple instruction. Level up or die. Their new mistress has developed a world that any gamer wou [...]

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    6. I can say that I like where this is going. The MC isn't a doof and actually has his mess together. Group of kids from various places on earth were selected to play in an IRL VR game.It's not actually a game thoughI mean it could be if EA made it, but I digress. These groups of kids are snatched up from their homes into a real life dungeon and are forced to play in a dungeon where death is permanent. This is a classic LitRPG in the sense that the players (slaves) are able to level up and set thei [...]

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    7. Quite enjoyableMild spoilers follow:***********For a LITRpg this book is great. There are a few spelling or grammar errors that I can easily overlook and I'm sure will be fixed later. The story is entertaining and definitely pulls you in right from the beginning. I will say that seeing the MC rapidly raise in levels started to put me off. I thought "he is getting over powered way too fast" then it is delightfully explained that while he crests over 200 levels he is still a novice and actual powe [...]

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    8. This one had more game mechanics, and I like that. It was also not what I expected from the description. I fully expected not to like this book at all, but I was pleasantly surprised in that it had very little to do with the succubus, and a lot to do with plain old hard work from the characters involved. A bit overpowered maybe, but wouldn't you be if you didn't need to sleep and had the ability to learn nearly any spell you wanted provided you could find a source for it? Heck, after a certain l [...]

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    9. Uses to be on RoyalroadlThe sad thing is, when he removed the book from Royalroadl he also took down what he had posted of book two.I found that disappointing as I enjoyed reading as he got the story worked out. As you can see I still got a copy.Good work should be rewarded.A few errors where missed, but not to many.At first I felt the leveling was to easy and to fast, but as I came to understand the type of world being built, it makes sense.The MC doesn't forget to loot which I like. He may for [...]

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    10. One of the better litRPGThis is one of the better litRPG books I've read.Similarly to most in the genre the main character is a solo character. Unlike many the main character isn't an idiot. The battles are pretty interesting and the leveling isn't to heavy handed.It's interesting to see and based on his age, 17, does suffer from testosterone poisoning. Not too greatly or distracting. More flabbergasted and confused. It is NOT erotica which too many of these books get totally sidetracked with.I [...]

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    11. Awesome!This is definitely one of my favorite Lit RPGs. The storyline really captured you. Seriously, I finished this book in one day. I was incredibly impressed. But, I did give it only four stars. There is a very good, but basic, reason for this. The ending SUCKED. Sorry, but it was a total copout. Other than that, though, I loved the book.

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    12. Really goodTop notch litrpg. The story was interesting and the plot ran smoothly. My only complaint was how easily the mc accepted being trapped underground which I️ think most people would not enjoy. Good addition to the genre

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    13. Really goodDon't let this book slip pass you! One of the better LITRPGs written recently. No bone headed ND in this book, not that he doesn't make mistakes, but you never feel like pulling your hair out while reading.

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    14. 1st time wasn't enoughAs far as GameLit goes, this is in my top 5! I've read this story since it was on RRL, and it was definitely worth another read through. I honestly can't wait for the next book!

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    15. Great new beginningAn excellent start to a new series. It was easy to appreciate the challenges of the environment and the obstacles the main character has to overcome. Look forward to the second book in the series.

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    16. EnjoyableSolid read. The pacing of the plot is a bit erratic and the characters are somewhat flat, but otherwise a very enjoyable read. I expect future installments will only get better.

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    17. One of the best LitRPG’s I’ve readVery good read. Ramps up quick and stays there. The game element does not override the story but adds a strong foundation. I am looking forward to the next in the series.

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    18. Great BookI read this first on royal road, read it again here and will probably raise this to 5 stars after I re-read it. Interesting magic, fairly normal skills, great world building. Good characters, interesting MC.

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    19. A very good grinding novelA novel based mostly on a person grinding out new levels and spell levels. Learning to shape his spells into other functions. I enjoyed the story very much.

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    20. Fantastic Dungeon Delver! Logical elements of power leveling and skill uses makes this an enjoyable read. This book took most of one sitting to finish.There are elements of city/dungeon building hinted at for the future, as well as plenty of additional quests to undertake and places to explore.I'm eagerly waiting for the next book in the series.

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    21. You can tell the author had a lot of fun writing this. As I had reading it =) Ty!

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    22. You have to really like game mechanics to like this book.

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    23. Awessome startThat was fun! Looking forward to the next book and this series. Worth your time if you enjoy LITRPG. Well done.

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    24. Another great bookI have to say I like everything I've read from this author but this has to be my favorite and I can't wait for the next one in the series

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    25. Fun!A wonderful romp into the labyrinth from an author I expect to see a lot more of. Worth the read.

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    26. Good quick readOverall a good read. Kind of a powerleveling book but still good just wish there was more. Reccommend as a decent romp

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    27. Good litrpgExcellent read, couldn’t put it down. If you like rpgs and leveling, would highly recommend. Humor and character interactions were great.

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    28. ReviewInteresting read, especially in its genre. As a gamer it was like paying a game or watching someone play one.

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    29. So as far as plot lines about the main character growing OP this one is growing gradually and smartly. Taking advantage of the system the MC is in. Can’t wait for book two

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    30. A solid readIt was a solid story with a likeable narrator. There was a bit of lightness when it came to the character interactions and relationships that made it feel like it was all in the air, but the world, the rpg elements, and the brisk pacing more than made up for it.

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