Sentenced to Troll 2

by SLRowland

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Fantasy Anti-Hero Lead GameLit High Fantasy LitRPG Magic Male Lead Non-Human lead Virtual Reality

Punished for his toxic online behavior, Chad faces a thirty-day sentence of full-immersion rehabilitative therapy designed to improve his anger issues. For all his trolling in real life, he's forced to play the most hated race in Isle of Mythos so that he can finally experience what it's like to be on the other side.

To make matters worse, the heroes sent to rid the world of evil aren't heroes at all—they're violent felons on their own twisted paths to redemption.

Now, Chad must survive his one-month sentence in a world where anything goes.

 

Book One available on Amazon

 

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bor902
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Its an easy enough story to read and the plot progresses quickly and does so well. The only thing that detracts from the story overall, is the feeling that it lacks depth.

 

We don't learn much about the world, the characters or about anything much really.

 

Mc also complains about his parents a few too many times, twice is enough to inform readers that their relationship isn't the best. The words could have been used to exposition more interesting things.

monoliith
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Great opening to a story, with a realistic and relate-able MC!

Rick Scott
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Something different yet awesome!

This one is definately worth your time to check out.

The premise sets the main character up for an ingame sentence of full immersion where he has to play a troll. Worse than that, he'll be playing againt other players.

Althouugh there are not too many chapters thus far, the story is really coming together fast, with quick pacing and very likable characters.

What's sets it apart for me is the conflict brerwing between his adopted Troll village and the player characters who appear to be min maxing and already OP by the time the story starts. The troll abilities are also fantastic and even though he's a monster, the author portrays both him and the other trolls with lots of humanity so you reallty gain an empathy for them.

 

In alot of ways, it almost reminds me of Avatar. Anyway, very good story this far.

 

Check it out!

BoredBeyondBelief
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Read the first 4 chapters and thought it would be another virtual reality meme novel.However, the writing, the mood, and the immersion are all amazing.I havent read too far, and will revise this later on.

 

But you should definetly read the first few chapters.

newyevon2
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This story has a good concept for a litrpg story and so far is well executed. 

Harrod
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You’ve written a pretty good VR novel compared to most of the other ones and it’s nice that you have a pretty unique start to the story.The writing style is one of the best I’ve seen here and there aren’t too many grammatical errors,though the ones I see are extremely odd(e.g ‘sight’ being written as ‘site’).The foundation of your world has been built decently,but I am hoping for a little more information about both its history,inhabitants,current major events.

The only significant problem I have with the novel is that you’ve stuck to only the main plot for the entirety of the story so far.Usually,the most interesting of stories will include scenes of the side plots,if there are any and I think that you could do the same by writing up some nice scenes relating to the protagonist’s parents,the VR company,the other heroes or other important figures within the game.Doing this will make your story much more diverse and less monotonous.

 

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Great start to a story. Unpopular MC is an interesting idea, and well written. Definitely a believable character. I like the author's other work.

 

Hasn't hit any of my hated tropes yet which is always a plus :) 

Dustin Compagna
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Very good, Needs Attention to Details.

A very good concept and so far, plot has been well planned with solid character development.

Only 2 big issues I would say are of note for now.  Explain and correct how and when MC earns ability points.  Many times he levels up 2-3 times and says he gets an ability point each level (pretty sure it was said that was the mechanism early on too) but then, he only has 1 ability point to spend.  Constantly through story, his ability growth is rather unclear and constantly frustrating.  Second is when you there is a direct repeat of an entire segment, I know why the author did it and it fits much better where placed, but the first scene needs to be edited to correct state and adjust second scene as needed to fit new first scene. (those that have read will know).

Otherwise, I hope author keeps up the good work and fixes these 2 issues since I belive it will help the flow and development of the story very much.

Alpheus
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So far a really great story cant wait to see where the author takes it

A little more world building would be nice but this story is not lacking much at all.The pace is decent and the characters have actually have personality which is amazing for this site

Iacko
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They're eating her-and then they're gonna eat me!

 OH MY GOD! 

It's surprisingly good, given the trash movie adaptation. (/s)