Eight 3: Undaunted

I don't hear much word of mouth about this story online, unfortunately, but it's definitely one of the hidden gems. Characters with established and unique personalities, consistent motives and plotlines, surprising depth, and fun progression that blends elements of spirituality and litrpg well.

It's a little bit of a slow burn in terms of change within the world, as each book seems to only slightly step up the scale, from surviving in the woods, to the struggles of a small village, and only now in the third book going to a moderately larger city. That said, the pacing doesn't feel bad, and there's definitely stakes and people you care about involved at each stage. Considering the quality of the writing, definitely check out the books on Kindle or Audible, it's worth getting invested in the story now with how the world is developing.


Scratch that time loop itch with an engaging story

Book 1 just released on Kindle/Audible, and it's a very enjoyable read. Not only is the book well written, it scratches that time loop itch that so many of us have. The world is cohesive and lore rich, artfully teased throughout the book (it doesn't reveal too much too soon), definitely a place you'll like visiting when reading the pages. As long as you can deal with mind-bending otherworldly demons, of course. Giving it 5 stars not because it's perfect, but because if the premise seems even slightly interesting to you, you'll have a great time with the book. Pick it up!

Dawn of the Void - a LitRPG Apocalypse

This series is engaging, with an intriguing mysterious premise that leaves many avenues to explore, fun action, cool characters that seem interesting but also relatable, and of course - progression/litRPG elements. I see this possibly being the next big hit amongst fans of the genre. With a lot of potential, it's definitely worth checking out on entertainment factor alone. Five stars might seem like a high rating, and it may not be perfect, but you'll have a good time, and that's what matters.