[PDF/EPUB] Limitless Lands: Book 1: The Commanders Tale (A LitRPG Adventure) ☆ Dean Henegar


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Limitless Lands: Book 1: The Commanders Tale (A LitRPG Adventure)

Colonel James Raytak is about to die The 93 year old combat veteran is living his last days in a nursing home and his only hope for survival is an experimental medpod controlled by an artificial intelligence The artificia. I am a fan of military sci fi in general and this is a most interesting beginning of a new series I hope in the LitRPG gendre with a heavy military set Mating Flight experimental medpod controlled by an artificial intelligence The artificia. I am a fan of military sci fi in general and this is a most interesting beginning of a new series I hope in the LitRPG gendre with a heavy military set

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L intelligence will also control the soon to be released game Limitless Lands Without its creators knowledge the artificial intelligence decides that the best course of treatment is to import Colonel Raytaks consciousness. I can get why people would like it but I couldn t get into it The characters are better than average in that there are some actual characters but not

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Directly into the gameColonel Raytak must dust off his military training and lead his virtual troops in a fight to repair his broken body and mind while exploring the Limitless LandsRevised with new cover art in March 20. I thought the premise of the book sounded interesting Now I am hooked and can t wait for the rest of the series Hope it comes out soon

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  • Dean Henegar
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  • 04 August 2018
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13 thoughts on “Limitless Lands: Book 1: The Commanders Tale (A LitRPG Adventure)

  1. says:

    The plot isn't anything game changing but still flowed really well. The plot summary is in the author's description so I'll refrain from rehashing. I liked that the mook was pretty much a mobile castle defense heh i guess that doesn'

  2. says:

    I am a fan of military sci fi in general and this is a most interesting beginning of a new series (I hope) in the LitRPG gendre with a heavy military setting. Specifically it is regarding the Roman Legions. If you enjoy stories of that sort, then you are going to love this. If you just like LitRPG then this wil

  3. says:

    Good story, no editing problems. Main character is interesting. No OP power silliness. I will likely pick up the next book in the series.

  4. says:

    I can get why people would like it, but I couldn't get into it. The characters are better than average, in that there are some actual characters, but nothing too striking. It should go without saying that there's no overall story or plot arc, just a series of random encounters.

    It's cool that the MC can grant quests, but otherwise I found the stats very meh. They don't matter much, since the unit size c

  5. says:

    I first saw this on Royal Road and I was intrigued so I bought this book when it came out and I was deeply impressed with the world building and characters. This is a great first novel and I am looking forward to in this series.

  6. says:

    Great book and enjoyable read. Set in the future, a vr game is set to launch and included in it is an idea this could help patients as well. Premise is nice, company is shown to have a heart for once. I know they have a bottom line and expect to make gobs of money, but it is refreshing to see the vr company not as the bad guy. Story is well written w/ no spelling errors that jumped out at me. As this is a "hav

  7. says:

    I thought the premise of the book sounded interesting. Now I am hooked and can’t wait for the rest of the series. Hope it comes out soon!

  8. says:

    this was a fun read. i enjoyed the characters and i loved the unicorn companion. it was sucky it ended in a cliff hanger. i will be getting book 2.

  9. says:

    I know it's based on the premise that the protagonist is inside a game but the fantasy element put me off. Bloodsucking trees? It seemed to be a make it up as you go along stories. The back to life after dying regen was less than satisfactory

  10. says:

    Pretty solid litRPG. The text is pretty basic and easy to read, but it's one of the interesting litRPGs, and doesn't fall into being a powerfantasy\harem like a lot of books in this genre.

    There's not really adult themes in this book, so I'd even recommend it as a book for younger readers.

    My only complaint would be that it's a bit too Pro U.S. army without any desire to do much than idolise without analysing. It's not a hug

  11. says:

    I like the concept and the clarity of the story. I also like the battle tactics which are not as well presented or explored in other LitRPG books that I read. I hope to see in the next book. I usually prefer character stats, but this book uses its few stats well.

  12. says:

    An enjoyable romp through an rpg world. Lighter than some I have been reading it was enjoyable and well written. I feel the characters don't have too much to them at the moment but the world is good enough to cover the gap and the action and s

  13. says:

    Very excellent book, like the reference to the Roman legions and mc is a very interesting character.
    I look forward to the next bo

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