What would you recomnend for a new reader?

Discussion in 'All Things LitRPG' started by lordnova, May 18, 2017.

  1. KJacks

    KJacks Level 2 (Initiate) Citizen

    All of my litrpg experiences have been of the audio book variety. I discovered the genre about a two years ago & have been hooked ever since.
    Currently listening to New Game Minus: Changing Faces by Sarah Lin (fantasy): Villainous NPC becomes an adventurer

    The Land: Chaos Seeds series by Aleron Kong (fantasy): I have made it through book V, The Swarm. Although the books have held my interest and I plan to continue the series, I find the humor either cornball or inappropriate.

    Spells, Swords, & Stealth Series: NPCs #1 by Drew Hayes (fantasy): NPCs is the first book in the series. I loved the book &have downloaded books 2, 3 & 4 for later listening.

    The Gam3 series by Cosimo Yap (scifi): Before I found litrpg, I mostly bounced between scifi & fantasy. Once I found litrpg, I was afraid to try the scifi route for some reason. I am glad I took the leap with this series. Having listened to books 1 and 2, I can't wait to dive into book 3, Sacrificial Pieces. The books are written well and an interesting departure from the standard fantasy level up system.

    LitRPG Accidental Traveler Adventure: books 1-3 by Jamie Davis, C.J. Davis (fantasy): I thoroughly enjoyed this series. Having done so, I started the Accidental Champion Trilogy: Accidental Duelist book #1. I haven't hated a main character more since I read The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant years ago. The protagonist is shallow, belligerent, immature and completely unlikeable.

    Everybody Loves Large Chests series by Neven Iliev (comedic fantasy): For adults, this was hilariously irreverent. I laughed until I cried a few times.

    Other titles I enjoyed: Reborn by Luka Petrov, Altergame by Andrew Novak, First Login: Chronicle by Kevin Murphy, Limitless Lands by Dean Henegar, First Login: The World by Jason Cheek, The Two Week Curse: Ten Realms by Michael Chatfield, Advent: Red Mage by Xander Boyce (alien apocalypse) exciting start.

    I could go on but this is a good start. I have listened to most of the others listed in this forum and would recommend them all as well.

    P.S. I got several of my titles via Geek Bytes Podcast on Youtube (LitRPG Podcast ###)
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