The War

The War The magic flames are raging Blades are melting Souls are reduced to ashes in the fury of battle The grand finale of the war for the First Temple is upon us The last trump cards have been played the r

  • Title: The War
  • Author: D. Rus
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The magic flames are raging Blades are melting Souls are reduced to ashes in the fury of battle The grand finale of the war for the First Temple is upon us The last trump cards have been played, the reserves are all exhausted, and even the gods have engaged in the plebeian fight The universe is on the point of collapse Broken are the chains which hold the worlds togeThe magic flames are raging Blades are melting Souls are reduced to ashes in the fury of battle The grand finale of the war for the First Temple is upon us The last trump cards have been played, the reserves are all exhausted, and even the gods have engaged in the plebeian fight The universe is on the point of collapse Broken are the chains which hold the worlds together The icy waters of the Baltic cool the scorching sands of the Frontier The creatures of AlterWorld spill the first blood on the quiet streets of Earth s cities What will Max do Become embittered and butcher his enemies Seize the deserted castles and abandoned lands Attempt to save the one who had given her life defending him Or try to win the jackpot by finding a way h

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    1 thought on “The War”

    1. Better than the previous one. Full on action and not much development except the last few pages and some horrible twists. Nice read.

    2. This book in the series wasn't as exciting as the early volumes, a lot of stuff was going on but (view spoiler)[ now the main character has almost godlike powers and even kills a few gods in this volume. I much prefer a weak main character who somehow triumphs over evil. (hide spoiler)] Still liked it enough to go ahead and read the next book in the series.

    3. First couple of books by D. Rus are excellent, sadly this is weakest book of the series for me, will probably not read seventh. I can forgive spelling mistakes and typos, but confusing two big cat characters, shocking. First 40% of book is battle, fight and war, boring.

    4. What happened?Too many political views mashed into what otherwise would have been a great story. After reading this book I feel guilty having suggested it to friends.

    5. Lots of action, maybe too much, but great read stillVery engrossing, although at times, it feels like the author repeats himself, using plot devices he has used before, in similar situations, to similar effect. He's particularly fond of a certain type of betrayal, and overly fond of cliffhangers. It seems he has decided it's the best way to end his books. A good story nevertheless, although as it's often the case with this theme, war takes a frontseat, and leaves everything else behind, includin [...]

    6. NopeIt was not as good as the others. Cant even give a 4 the phrasing problems, missing words or letters is one thing, but mixing up the whole stuff with Bagheera? Too much. And this whole stuff with the end is just too messed up

    7. This book had inconsistencies in the story from earlier in the series. It also hopped around so much that it was difficult to keep the thread of the story without rereading parts a couple of times. I like the author overall, and overlook his more misogynistic comments.

    8. Come, Asmodeus! -some spoilers-This book was pretty good. Max has become a true leader and clan chief, and events are transporting that make this book hard to put down. The Great Rupture has finally occurred and Alterworld is no longer virtual. Chaos ensues but something new is rising from the ashesNow, I love this series. LitRPG,as the Author calls it, is fascinating. Howevere author's misogyny, apparent in small, excusable (he didn't really mean that, did he?) doses from Book One, has become v [...]

    9. Two strong endingsI have to to say this book had a lot reframing feature compared to the last book. However there was some grievances. One of them is they switch Tigress and Bagheera. His pet from earlier was Bagheera not Tigress. The book had two strong ending. The first one was half way through. Honestly I think the fifth one might have been better if it's ending was where the half way point was for the book is. A lot is about to go down and I cannot wait for the next one.

    10. Very good LitRPG with lots of action! Play to Live book six continues the saga of the Dark Alliance, that is not really dark. The war against the alliance culminates as the light alliance goes all out to attack the Valley. As usual, Max / Lathe comes up with new ways to beat them at their own game. The showdown with the sun god and Lolth all come together in this novel. As the sixth book in the series, I thought the action was maintained quite well, in fact, it seemed like Max didn't get a break [...]

    11. As I'd hoped, the jumble of events in the previous book felt like filler / setup for the next book, because that's what it was. Maybe it's just me, or maybe this book did right everything that the previous one did wrong. The pacing of events felt better, as the events were broken up by interesting little interludes, and everything that happened seemed more significant.This time around, I'm actually looking forward to digging into the next part and finding out what happens next.

    12. Good bookLike all his books so far a little short on pages but really good story hope to get The next one soon

    13. Keeps getting better.An awesome read! The story keeps you hooked and the characters draw you into their world. Keep them coming. Thanks

    14. It was fairly good continuation to an interesting plot. I feel the ending dragged after the climax, but I will still be reading the sequel

    15. This review covers the whole series not this particular book (which is great by the way) I completely love this series. it had one of the best endings to a series I have read in a long time. This story is so awesome I don't know where to start.It takes place in Russia in the not to distant future and is told in first person by Max. A Typical Russian guy around 30 years old with no money saved that finds out he is about to die from cancer. In hopes of living on inside a video game he locks himsel [...]

    16. This book was pretty good, but it had way too much battle in it. Of course you can expect there to be battle when the book has war in the title, but there was no need to make the book about a war in the first place. War gets old and boring despite the occasional interesting new developments like new tactics. Despite that, there were plenty of interesting elements like the parts where elements from Alterworld ended up in the real world. The author managed to make the story fairly interesting. The [...]

    17. Still Enjoying This Series!!Play to live #6 has been an enjoyable read. After reading the negative reviews my expectations where low. Any series will begin to lag after 6 installments, but the author has yet to write a bad book, in my opinion. Are there things I could complain about? "Yes." Are there parts I would change if I could? "Absolutely." But the fact that the author makes me care that much is a good thing. Since my ultimate change would be the ability to ENJOY each book as a native to t [...]

    18. Every great series that keeps getting add-ons eventually reaches a break in quality. This one reached it's breaking point on book #4, "The Battle". This book is an improvement over it's previous book but it still is far from the quality of books 1 through 4. I will keep on reading in the hope that it will regain it's remarkably high quality! One thing that I really appreciate about this series is that this is the first book I have ever read with a Russian author. It is a fantastic way to learn a [...]

    19. So so better than the last but still too much in the weeds of details for my liking. I'd say this is the last in this series I plan to read but the cliffhanger at the end may end up drawing me back in for one more try. We shall see. If you like gaming and the details of gaming then you may love this one. For me it was just too much detail and a little more story line than the last but just a little.

    20. I feel this one was different from the last few but without giving out any spoilers that is as much as I can say. I'm not happy with everything that happened but it was believable (as believable as fiction ever is) and that is important to me. So I give a % and hope for more to come.

    21. Amazing book but a little frustrating. The action and realism just kept me staring at the book unable to look away. And because of how awesome it all was just made the ending all the more nerve wracking and frustrating.

    22. World at war, Belief put to the test, Hero arisen, betrayal, loss, victory & defeat. this book is left on the edge of my seat and all but pulling may hair out waiting for the last one.

    23. Not badNot the best in the series, but good enough to continue through. A bit more political, but nothing truly unbearable.

    24. This one was the hardest to finish in the series, just to much "telling" what the characters are doing and not "living" what they are doing.

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