Nova Terra: Titan

by WildCard

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-fi GameLit LitRPG Magic Male Lead Martial Arts Strong Lead

Nova Terra, a new world, a new reality. Nova Terra runs parallel to the real world and seeks to fulfill the fantasies and desires of those who dare plunge into its mysterious depths. Nova Terra, your dreams, your world.

Jump into the world of Nova Terra with Thorn, a giant young man seeking reprieve from his life of pain. Watch as he carves out a place for himself and discovers that there is much more to his life than he realizes.

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Book #1 is finished.

Book #2 is finished.

Book #3 is being posted.

If you are interested in reading further ahead, please consider supporting me on Patreon.

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Zack Countler
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A fair story and world, the author has a plan from what I have read and seems to be doing a good job of exicuting it. There are some issues though. The grammer has rough spots at times, but usually does not distract from the story. The second problem has to do with character interactions: at times they feel forced. I hope that the author gets better at this over time and learns from experience how to correct this problem. I feel that despite these flaws, the book is worth reading. 

Korst
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My Experience So Far

Reviewed at: B1: Chapter #22

I've only red up to book 1, chapter 20 at this point. And so far I have to say I'm fairly disappointed. Nothing has happened since the protagonist entered the game world. At this point there are a number of unimportant side characters that have no impact on anything of note. The only notable characters are the protagonist himself and that's only because of his condition outside the game and apparent abilities inside the game, the protagonists Aunt and the four trainer and their vaguely irritating antics. 

my problem with the protagonist stems from the fact that they are a boring and uncreative person. The only thing notable about the protagonist is their size, and their handicaps outside of the game. Inside they game the protagonist is Hero Unit #4X92 who is so stupidly strong that he breaks every weapon he uses. But instead of mowing down everything in the starting area and exploring the world the protagonist, who is apparently as creative as a stone, goes on a quest to kill some wolves. Then they did it again, and again, and again. The introduction of more boring unimportants at this point in time and probably ever side characters that dragged the protagonist along to carry their luggage was almost a relief instead of an irritation. Because things were really boring and I thought things would get better.

Instead we get exactly what was stated on the tin when the group that recruited the protagonist to carry their luggage hired him. He carried their luggage and complained a bit about not getting to smash things with his fists. Because again, apparently weapons aren't a thing for him. Because reasons, of course. Because of course giving him a f-duck off big sword or a mallet and letting him crush things into oblivion would just be dumb. No, apparently we're too boring for the rule of cool in this story, so yeah. Then we get an entire chapter of the apparently elite players who recruited the protagonist to carry their luggage, where they explain the horrifically stupid game mechanics. Long story short it's like Legendary Moonlike Sculpter but with all the fun and interesting parts drained out of it. Also apparently the world is fine with a highly advanced AI controling the media and erasing information about the game that people try to share. Because that doesn't throw up a million red flags or anything, nope.

My experience so far has been thoroughly boring. The Protagonist is only interesting in so far as his condition makes him interesting. There are no meaningful character interactions and I want to scream at my computer monitor for something to happen, anything. Because nothing is happening. 

This was incredibly frustrating to read and if we ignored the wonderful lifelike graphics and stupidly advanced VR, then the game everything is based upon wouldn't be worth playing if it existed in real life. 

Nothing of note has happened and it doesn't feel like it's going anywhere. It might get better later on. But I'm just not invested enough to push through the trash and find the diamonds.

Stultus
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Starting out, the fiction holds great promise, however, quickly devolves into the main character simply running around doing boring errands.

There is no true emotional struggle, no point in rooting for Thorn, as he can solve most of his problems through application of his incredible strength. However when he does use his power, he rarely used it in an interesting way.

If Thorn were to wander from city to city, trying to avoid hatred for his monstrous size and strength, it would be interesting.

If Thorn went full weeaboo cliche revenge story, going on a terrible crusade to destroy those who wronged him, it would be really edgy, but still more interesting.

This is not the story of a giant among men, but the story of a tall bloke who makes friends, and does get betrayed, but doesn't mind that much after all.

If you like generally peaceful stories with no real struggle or emotional investment, this is the story for you.

While grammar and punctuation are on point, actual character depth and story are not.

panala1234
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I enjoyed this story. It’s not a perfect book, and there are some mistakes, but all in all it’s a great book! If you like giant guys, who can’t control their strength, I’d recommend this book!

Fenrir_070
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Interesting Story with a different MC

I think the thing I like most about this story is the interesting take on the MC. He's HUGE, he's smart and he's uber wealthy/powerful in real life....he's also 16 years old, a bit naive, led a protected/sheltered life in RL and this is his first chance to experience freedom and the ability to make his own way in life. Very engaging story with good characters though some could be "fleshed out" a little more. This will be one of the stories I will always look forward to new chapters in as the more I read the more I get drawn in.

sev085
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This is a great story. The intro to the world is well done and detailed. The MC is unique and interesting, and I could not put it down for the first 20 chapters. The level of proof reading is better than some published works I've seen in recent years. Over all can't wait for the next chapter!

TheLoneOne
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Give it a shot, i enjoyed it and maybe you will too

Reviewed at: B1: Chapter #26

It was something different and i thoroughly enjoyed it, i even enjoyed the info dumps even if they got a bit much for me, brute strength is always a good way to go and i can relate with a tad bit of technique

over all just putting this at 5 stars cause it took me so long to read, and its one of those hidden gems that i didnt notice until i read the first chapter and comprehended what i was reading.

On a side note, not going back and going for revenge was actually rather pleasant, its kinda exhausting watching someone just chase after vengence and going the dark mc, or the justice mc taking back what was stolen. It turned out nicely in the end.

i got rather surprised he got betrayed although it may just be my lack of foresite.

i know im rambling now but if anyone reads this, give it a shot even if the reviews say otherwise

Baabaablack
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Overall this is a good story with mostly thought world building. The main character while ok lacks the personality quirks that being young and rich tend to bring. Honestly he is to well behaved.

demion
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interesting start into a new world

looking forward to the future of Thorn!

unique start for a unique character. like the game system. while exspecting something different in the beginning I am looking forward to the world which is created around Thorn and his path. the world building and slow progress are a quite nice distinction compared to other 1-step-to-OP novels

Abhyudaya agrawal
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As other comments said start was good but later on it beccomes quite boring. I dropped the novel for some time, tokk it up again. Compared to book 1, book 2 is way better. Story is picking up and getting interesting. I am hoping this trend continues and story keeps getting better with time.