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Guild Master

A LitRPG Adventure (Tower of Power, Book 1)
By: Ivan Kal
Narrated by: Ryan Burke
Length: 8 hrs and 15 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)
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Summary

Morgan used to be a pretty normal guy. He went to college by day and played online games by night, leading his guild into new conquests - until he got hit by a car and a dude wearing a wet suit appeared in front of him. The man offered him a new chance at life in a world he had created, a world with similar rules to the games Morgan loved to play. There is the promise of great rewards and power, he says, if Morgan manages to complete the Tower of Power. Stupid name, I know.  

Morgan didn't usually trust strangers who seem to have god complexes, but he was in a pinch. There's a crazy-looking dude saying he is technically not a god on one end of the tunnel and a blinding light on the other end - and he was really not digging the light.   

So he accepted the offer from the surfer god-not-god.  

Getting dropped into a strange new world with no idea what the rules are was not something Morgan was a fan of; and in this strange world, it seems like everything is out to eat his face. It was a good thing, then, that he stumbled onto two half-elf twins willing to help him get the hang of this strange new world.   

Now, all he needs to do is survive long enough to reach this tower.

©2018 Ivan Kal (P)2019 Tantor

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Guild Master

what excellence start from this authors first book in this series looking forward to the next

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  • clinton
  • 26-02-19

worth the credit.

definitely worth the credit. only complaint is that for the story arc it borrowed elements form other stories. i.e The Land series and Two Week Curse.

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  • icedragon86
  • 23-02-19

loved it

i one of the best books I've read in the last year can't wait until book two comes out

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  • Justin
  • 31-01-19

slow start.

Good start the series. There was some nice character growth. Most people seemed very naive.

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  • Chax
  • 06-03-19

YA novel

22 y/o male who thinks and acts like a 15 y/o + copy paste senario's from other litrpg books

I wish ratings still mattered

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  • Raistlin Majeres
  • 01-02-19

Guild Master

Truly a good story.
I found the “game mechanics” a bit lacking, but not that it took away from the story, but actually reinforced the “game” world.

I liked how most of the stuff played out, but I did find the MC to be a bit of a dullard here and there.
(How do you not use one side of your abilities except to do one measly thing.)
(I had a thousand ideas running through my head, and was just waiting for him to do one of them and realize he’s capable of being OP, but NO....)

Overall though, even with my want to critique the MC, the book was a true 5 star start to a series, and I hope it continues as good or better.

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  • Havattack
  • 28-02-19

MC is an archer..

That's right, you heard me. Author had th gall to make his protagonist a god damn, lame ass fucking archer. He even has arrows that make plants grow! It's so adorable! Maybe he'll find himself a strong prince to protect him one day....So stupid.

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  • Ian Schrott
  • 14-03-19

good book

Morgan used to be a pretty normal guy. He went to college by day and played online games by night, leading his guild into new conquests—until he got hit by a car, and a dude wearing a wetsuit appeared in front of him. The man offered him a new chance at life in a world that he had created, a world with similar rules to the games that Morgan loved to play. There is the promise of great rewards and power, he says, if Morgan manages to complete the Tower of Power. Stupid name, I know.

Morgan didn’t usually trust strangers who seem to have god complexes, but he was in a pinch. There’s a crazy-looking dude saying that he is technically not a god on one end of the tunnel, and a blinding light on the other end—and he was really not digging the light.

So he accepted the offer from the surfer god-not-god.

Getting dropped into a strange new world with no idea what the rules are was not something that Morgan was a fan of; and in this strange world, it seems like everything is out to eat his face. It was a good thing, then, that he stumbled onto two half-elf twins willing to help him get the hang of this strange new world.

Now, all he needs to do is survive long enough to reach this Tower.



WARNING: This book contains RPG mechanics and tables, profanity, and a main character who thinks that he is funny.

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