Will likes his job as a tester for virtual reality mmorpgs. When that job leads him to being kidnapped by a morally questionable corporation and forced to play while pumped full of experimental drugs, he likes his job a lot less.
Victoria Online follows Will as he tries to survive gangs, undead, and eldritch abominations in a virtual version of alternate history 1840s London.
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It’s a fun ride so far. Keep up the updates my man. And don’t be afraid to push some content! My reading addiction needs to meet its fix
Blade Briar is a very good writer and BB's story is interesting and engaging, along with enjoyable and suspenseful. The MC is trapped in a VRG during the Victorian era in England with zombies and magic. The characters have good depth to them and are likable and hateable, writing style is very good, grammar and spelling need a bit of work.
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The story deal with the MC who trapped in a virtual reality. He have to survive this game like others who trapped in it. Everything about this novel is so good. You won't find a novel like this anywhere, there is crime, investigation, church, gangs. What is MC investigating and how he will escape virtual world?
The best way I can describe this is, the game is a setting but it's not the story. Which I feel makes this jump leaps and bounds ahead of other stories with a similar setting. Enough stats and numbers for people who enjoy that but doesn't overcrowd in game actions with it so the pacing feels really good.
Phenomenally good. Not a fan of virtual reality novels in general but this one is the exception that proves the rule.
I absolutely love it despite their only being nine chapters in total and I would definitely like to see more.
Keep up the good work!
I really like the story, great writing and interesting characters. One of my pet peeves with vr stories is that they can continue forever and get quite boring meanwhil, but this story seems to be an exception.