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There are nine known realms, a world for each race, including dwarves, gnomes, and elves. In the middle rests Middang3ard.   

Each world knows the others. Each, except Earth.   

Humans long ago turned their backs on magic, throwing their stock into science and technology, their governments shielding the people from the reality of what was going on elsewhere. So be it. Humans were never very good at getting along with other races anyway. 

Then the Dark One appeared, threatening to overrun the nine worlds, starting with Middang3ard and ending with the humans' planet. 

The second planet just went dark; Earth can't stay out of the fight, but can it do anything to save its own future? 

Now, humans must send elite warriors to Middang3ard to fight, else humans will fight on the shores of their own lands when the Dark One invades Earth. 

Too bad their elite starts and ends with Robert "Suzuki" Fletcher and his team of Mundanes.

©2019 Ramy Vance and Michael Anderle (P)2020 Tantor

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The Party has been Split!

Who knew that a VR game was in fact training people from Earth to battle real-life baddies? The Mundanes reach a part in the game which enables them to know the truth about the 9 worlds and The Dark One. So off they go for their training on Middang3ard. However, not all make it through. The rest become Mercs, doing the jobs the military can't/won't do. Overall, it's a good story and I will listen/read the next installment. The narrator is very good and brought the story to life.

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  • Beachcombers
  • 22-07-20

Its....ok

There is a lot of Litrpg titles out there and this one does little to stand out from the crowd. The plot revolves around a VR game used as "Training" for the "real world" of Middangard. We have our party of four adventures, who get an opportunity to partake in the war against some dark lord threatening all existence. And not very much happens. There is a really strange and non nonsensical recruitment process. The magic system is not well explained either and despite the name, the party gets split early on. I still have a couple of hours of listening to go, but I not going to bother finishing it. Get it on sale, but do not waste a credit.

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  • chris
  • 18-07-20

Kind of silly, kind of funny, kind of badass.

Imagine the characters of the Big Bang Theory getting transported to Asgard in the middle of a war and you will have an idea. Overall, entertaining to say the least.