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The Eighth Realm A LitRPG Fantasy series PDF

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The eighth realm, the unpassable realm.The Eighth Realm A LitRPG Fantasy series PDF

The eighth realm doesn’t stand as a realm onto itself, but as a question.

Why do you fight?

Merely gaining levels, and having a higher cultivation isn’t enough to pass the eighth realm’s test into the ninth realm. Find your truth, understand your reason, only then can you pass the eighth realm.

It might be Erik and Rugrat’s hardest challenge yet.

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The Authors

The Eighth Realm A LitRPG Fantasy series PDF

International bestseller Michael Chatfield is an army veteran who enjoys long walks in foreign countries and some good beer with videos games at night!

He writes character driven fast paced series spanning Fantasy, Science fiction and LitRPG.

He focuses on bringing a realism and depth to stories that bring his worlds alive. He is currently working on the fantasy Epic Ten Realms, following two veterans dropped into a fantasy world.

He has several complete series such as the LitRPG series Emerilia, Space Opera The Free Fleet, Hard Military Science Fiction Series, Harmony War continued in the Maraukian War Series and humor filled Fantasy Death Knight Series!

Dimensions and Characteristics of The Eighth Realm A LitRPG Fantasy series PDF

  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ B09P42C25V
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ MC Publications Inc. (December 28, 2021)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ December 28, 2021
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 3757 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 276 pages
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled

Top reviews

Rob E
 Good Story That is Rushed and Unfinished

December 28, 2021

Overall this is a good book in a good series. This chapter of the Ten Realms finally getting back to what made the series so good in the first place. The focus is back on Eric and Rugrat after getting stalled on logistic minutiae and board room meetings for to long. The reason I am giving it 3 stars is about 2/3 of the way in the writing becomes extremely rushed. Fights scenes are choppy and disjointed and the editing vanishes. At one point near the end of the climatic final battle, which is only a tad longer than this review, the author switches from past tense to present tense then back again. Then the book just stops. There isn’t even a cliff hanger ending, it just stops like the word count for an essay was reached.

All in all it is still a fun and entertaining read that suffers from poor editing like many books in the genre. I just didn’t expect it from an author of this experience and who generally creates very high quality work.

 Imagine reading each book as it came out only once and then you writing book 8

January 3, 2022

I feel like someone else wrote this book as it tries to put the series back on track but fails.

-An attempt is made to bring the story back on track.
– Our MC’s are in the story more than the special appearance characters of some of the last 3 or 4 books.
– The amount of time focused on Alva is dramatically reduced. I think the author found a decent way to show rather than tell how Alva has progressed.

– After the story gets good, it gets cut right off at an odd point. That ending wad a rushed battle chapter.

– The end felt like the beginning of the next book. They could have easily progrogressed the story without the added fluff that was most of the first half of the book. More relevant informationa destroy rather that dramatics would have been better for me anyway.

– The book was too short with not a whole lot to show for what it is.

-The answers to our MC’s 8th realm questions were a bit lame.

I feel like someone read the books as they came out only once and then wrote book 10.

Someone wanted to try to catch the falling pieces and bring it back but failed as they forgot or did not know how to bring the magic of book 1-4 back. The story is a bit more stable now that they have put it where it is, but it’s definitely lost the reason I started and kept up with the series initially.

Like everyone else, I keep coming back and hoping for better only to get a low okay at best. This story is a solid 2.5 star but it is not a 3. I think if you really think about it you will agree if you are a fan of the series. Read the first few books again if you disagree.

Your favorite restaurant has changed the recipe to your favorite dish, they also changed the way they cook it. You noticed when it happened but you still go there and eat it knowing its not the same and you don’t like it as much… now we just have to ask why? We will probably still keep doing it.

Kindle Customer

January 1, 2022

I was a real fan of this series, with the first few volumes being some of my favorites in xianxia.
But the dialogue and action keep getting bloated, specific, nonsensical, and boring.
The dialogue issue appeared around book five, and might be getting worse. Characters talk like they are reading a self important wiki page instead of talking like people.
Action scenes have two worthwhile purposes: character development, puzzle solving. These action scenes are largely a slog seemingly only to pad the page count. When character growth does happen, it is easily missed among a score of similar passages of cartoonish violence. Combats aren’t puzzles because there is no time for details and solutions. Just explosions, running, and vague magical things.
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