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Ultimatum Of The Nameless God

Ultimatum Of The Nameless God Taereun Battleground of the Damned was never really a game It was a testing ground to find minds and souls for the The Nameless God to use and for tens of thousands of players the game became realit

  • Title: Ultimatum Of The Nameless God
  • Author: Brian McGoldrick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Taereun Battleground of the Damned was never really a game It was a testing ground to find minds and souls for the The Nameless God to use, and for tens of thousands of players, the game became reality, when they were put in the bodies of their characters The Nameless God told them that he would return them to their real lives, if they fought through the Labyrinth of YgTaereun Battleground of the Damned was never really a game It was a testing ground to find minds and souls for the The Nameless God to use, and for tens of thousands of players, the game became reality, when they were put in the bodies of their characters The Nameless God told them that he would return them to their real lives, if they fought through the Labyrinth of Yggr and freed his body from beneath the city of Haven After searching for over 11 years, they found the Gate leading to Haven.After being murdered right before the gate to Haven was opened, Mark McGuinness wakes up in a hospital in his original body As a child, he was in an automobile accident A freak whose body rejects most medical treatments, he was left scarred and disfigured Angry, bitter and disgusted with the world, he had used Taereun Battleground of the Damned to take out his frustration and anger, so he would not lose control and hurt or kill someone in real life The closest he had ever come to being happy was living as Talon, during the eleven year search for Haven.Having learned about the Power called ki, Mark McGuinness discovers that his human body is capable of channeling and using it Once again armed with Power, he finds a way to travel from Earth to Taereun He has questions he wants answered and people he owes Whether mortal or divine, he will let no one and nothing stand in his way.WARNING For Mature Audiences Only This story contains profanity and rather graphic descriptions of violence, gore, sex and sexual violence.

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    1. A Sinister MCI found the book to be quite interesting. You never really see any anti hero protagonist anymore. Well brand/mark/talon is not totally evil. He's quiet sinister and I love it. It's a great book but their is a lot of spelling errors.


    2. This is good s***Really the headline says it all, this book is quite dark, looks hard at society and it's values and is thoroughly enjoyable.Only things against it are frequent typos and I found the progression a little hard to follow at times.


    3. Good book.A bit slow in the beginning and the flash backs are okay. But, once it gets out of the beginning it becomes an amazing story. I can't wait for book 2. Worth the money I spent on this book.


    4. Read this from cover to cover. Overall I liked it, but(view spoiler)[I feel like a lot of time was spent of Thorrin in the "Great Fuckover" section of the book, and I'm not sure why. Unless I missed it, we don't really see him in the return section, only hear mentions of him.(hide spoiler)]I like the ugly protagonist concept - don't see often. I'm used to super average/attractive protagonists, so the interactions between an unattractive protagonist and the people of the world allow for some amus [...]


    5. good, annoyingly good, even with all the grammar mistakes and other stuff. hate how it ends, i saw it coming, but i was waiting for that to happen in the next book or so. Dont think i will be reading the next book any time soon, feels like its written by an angry child, i share the view of how freedom of speech has been reduced to "shut up" since nowadays you cant even call a fat person fat and i wont say a thing about "minorities"


    6. One of the best LitRPG books I read. It has a complex world where you feel like the main character, put in a new world where you may have questions and think something is not adding up in the logic just to be proven wrong and getting more and more background knowledge about the thrilling world and story througout the whole 2 books. 1.) The dark aspects.There is violence, blood and sex.I am totally fet up on those ferry worlds where people often have the living conditions of 300 years ago, no edu [...]


    7. Downright Fun UnlimitedGreat book, loved the theme, the characters, the blood , the guts, the sheer Intense sex, violence. I can't ever remember reading a book so violently good. Talon or Brand love him or hate him, you cannot ignore him. Every man would love to be him or have his sheer overwhelming presence and of course all the ladies you could manage. I'm going to get the next book straight away. A tour de force. Fab


    8. Very good book. Gritty, foul, unfriendly, harsh, awesome. I devoured it. Only problem I had, and forced myself to ignore, was grammar. Missing words, double words, and incorrect words. Not a huge amount, but being an English major at one time, it slowed my reading down a bit. Still, it is one of the few books I have marked as a 5 star. Nowon to book 2.


    9. I hate where the book endsI don't like cliffhanger books. Was a ok book till the last page. Now you have to buy the next book to see how it will go.


    10. Not the best of books, but I found it compelling. A bit more editing and fewer flashbacks would kick it up a notch, but these are little gripes: the main thing is the setting, which is strong and has lots of room to be epic, and the characters and story, which is where it really polarizes. This is not a happy cheerful read, but rather a grim harsh dark raw saga of life and pain and horror and vicious victory. I kept reading until I'd finished it in one go, and expect to get eventual sequels, bec [...]


    11. Brand was honesly one of the weakest(in many ways) MC i ever read. The shallow writing was annoying but easily overlooked The events happening, be in the present or in a flashback, never felt even remotely real, the author has failed in his attempt to captivate his readers,or at least to captivate this reader!!All the characters felt bland and not human like(if this makes sense).They were just flat and boring, with nonsensical reaction to the various situation happening to them!Reading this book [...]


    12. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It took me less then 6 hours to read. I really enjoyed the dark nature of the book. I know on amazons website the book has had some bad reviews i always look at the bad reviews before purchasing a book. Most of the bad reviews are tied to the dark nature of the story. If you are looking for a story about a Prince who is fighting for "Everything Good and the beautiful virgin Princess" this is not your story. This is a more accurate version of Dark Fantasy. I'm eage [...]


    13. Really really good book and really really dark book.I found the character depiction really good but people that have never played MMO with PVP can maybe find the characters unrealistic, even though I found them spot on.The story is a pretty good revenge story, well paced, with good world building, and damn if the MC needs to dish out some freezing cold revenge.Would totally recommend it BUT this is not a book for children


    14. Let me preface this by saying this book does a lot right. It has a great story, the characters are interesting, the perspective shifts are smooth enough to be jarring when your realize the entire PoV has shifted from first to second or third, and the world building is absolutely first class. I'd be giving this book a solid 5 stars if it weren't for one problem the plot treadmills. This wouldn't be so bad if the same few things weren't repeated over and over again or done so sparsely. This book m [...]


    15. Sometimes I feel totally disconnected from the general readership and I wonder how the masses can think that way or another about a particular piece of literature. This book is one such example.I've been on a LitRPG trip lately, because I find the concept appealing. A lot of amateur authors have gone down the path of self publishing their additions to this genre, sadly there haven't been that many outstanding works, or at least I wasn't able to find a lot of them I liked.This book reminds me a b [...]


    16. CrapSeriously I went this book with an open mind but ill read was just hate crap and a lot of cursing God this book was really horrible the main character is was trash highly recommended not buying this book.


    17. I don't understand how some people can give this a 5 stars rating.My advice is to read the 1 star reviews, i wish i had done so before wasting my time with this.


    18. Great read but REALLY NEEDED EDITING!As much as I loved this book It needed editing!!! It would have been easy 5 stars! Why not edit?


    19. Dark and Damaged, but my new heroThere were issues in the books editing, but the plot was amazing, so screw it. I loved it. Write more, faster.


    20. I quite enjoyed the book despite it desperately needing an editor It was a bit of a mess but I thought it improved as it went on My main complaint with it was the homophobia



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