“A unique class, a game world, and a military vet.“
Joe’s mom won the lottery, which allowed her to upload her disabled son’s mind into a game world permanently. With a second chance at life, Joe aims to complete every mission, master every power, and uncover all the secrets this new game world might hold.
Short & Sweet Reviews
Was it Good? Yeah Its good
On a scale of 1 to 10, how engaging was it? 7.5
1=couldn’t finish the book
5=Put down a few times to do other things
10= Finished in nearly one session
Joe is a paraplegic from IED in the military. He gets his consciousness uploaded into the game and his body destroyed. so there is no going back for him. Joe unlocks a hidden class called the Ritualist (Hence the book title.) The class is interesting, and if you’re a huge MMO fan, you might not like it at first. The class would be pretty useless in a real MMO game as it is now. Now, for a magical ability in a regular fantasy setting, it is almost too OP under the right circumstances. In fact, I’m a fan of the hidden class as it requires the MC to either be stupid rich or acquire resources another way (i.e., base building). So far, the series has a hefty amount of base building. Which is the thing keeping me reading.
It’s a good book. I recommend it. I’m not halfway through the series, so I can’t say if it stays good. I’ve dropped a decent amount of LitRPG series that drop off in quality after a few books. I hope this series isn’t one of them.
Will I check out more from this series or author after this lazy review?
I finished reading the 4th book, but I’m going to pause here for a bit. I’ll get back to the series eventually, but it’s not high on my list. In fact, the author has other newer series that I’m interested in checking out. Something, something Murderhobo, I think?
Lastly, Feedback, suggestions, or recommendations about this review are always welcome.
Anyway, thanks for reading!