The decision to start a new life is never an easy one, but for Joe the transition was far from figurative. Becoming a permanent addition to a game world, it doesn't take long to learn that people with his abilities are actively hunted. In fact, if the wrong people gained knowledge of what he was capable of, assassins would appear in droves. In his pursuit of power, Joe fights alongside his team, completes quests, and delves into the mysteries of his class, which he quickly discovers can only be practiced in secret. Ultimately, his goal is to complete every mission, master every ability, and learn all of the world's secrets. All he has to do is survive long enough to make that happen....
|Title||:||Ritualist (The Completionist Chronicles #1)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||323 pages|
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Ritualist (The Completionist Chronicles #1) Reviews
Solid beginning to a new series.
I finished the book ready and eager to begin the next. It’s looking like I’ll be enjoying this series as much as Divine Dungeon.
It was a little cheesy (by design), but a refreshing take on the litRPG genre. I like how Krout really digs into the game mechanics and questing. I feel like that's something that recent entrants to the genre have been avoiding for some reason. Give me stats, make the protagonist OP, and feel free to skip excessive exposition! I wanna play a game in my mind, dangit. Anyway, another great book from Dakota Krout!
That was more fun than I expected coming from the Divine Dungeon series. Not spoiling anything Elon the billionaire with Space Y, sounds like a really cool story I can't wait to hear more about how it plays into the game. Joe did seem to know a few things I wouldn't have expected as a military medic who doesn't game despite his researching into gaming. I think there was a programming joke or something that just threw me. Still glad I jumped into the series. Dakota is a new must buy from author f ...more
Enjoyed the book a lot. Hopefully more of the series will be coming soon! I would highly recommend reading it if you are looking for a fun story.
Such a fun book. It’s crazy that after you read so many mediocre books you start to lower your standards and think these aren’t so bad. Until you become lucky enough to stumble across a gem like this one. I loved the authors dungeon series and this one is just as awesome.
Loved the tomato analogy to explain character stats. Loved that while the MC has epic powers he also has epic handicaps that he must overcome. So many little details that came together to make it an awesome book.
if you're a gamer and/or into the lit RPG genre (like ready player one & warcross) then you will like this book. where as ready player one was more like second life, warcross more like some kind of harry potter quidditch mutation, Ritualist is probably more like warcraft. i'm not a gamer so these are loose comparisons.
don't feel intimidated by this book just coz you're not a gamer. the only rpg game i've ever played in my life was the sims, over 20 yrs ago lol. i am not a gamer, but reading ...more
This book was quite refreshing to read because the author does a really good job of covering all the game mechanics and story.
I have been looking for another good book since finishing book 7 of the chaos seed series and have not found another until this one. The author does such a good job of developing game play mechanics experience, skills, classes, monsters, spells, and still does a good job on developing the story and characters.
very refreshing to find another great book and now I want to re ...more
I swear this author and D.Arand are always causing me trouble. Seriously, would it be so much trouble to be a little more mediocre and run of the mill? I try to go through life with a baseline level of comfortable meh. Then I read your books and I end up in good mood all day and it just makes my whole week feel askew ....Kudos to the author for this book, the characters were likeable, the world was familiar but fresh enough not to feel too dry. The pacing had me dreading the perc ...more