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Everybody Loves Large Chests by Exterminatus

Large chests are said to encompass all manner of hopes and dreams. Men covet them. Women envy them. But one fact holds true – everyone wants to get their hands on some big ones. The same holds true for one intrepid adventurer – a strapping young lad by the name of Himmel. Armed with his grandfather’s trusty longsword and . . .

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Heretic by Bluespades

The Fifth World is a testament to the mercurial nature of the gods. Four worlds before have been created, then destroyed, eradicated in the petty wars of their creators. The Fifth would be different, they assured themselves. Every god and goddess would limit themselves, to ensure that none of them was powerful enough to destroy what they worked so hard . . .

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The Outer Sphere by Macronomicon

Making plant-based magic powers cool again!

Garth Daniels is a down on his luck handyman in a quiet little town in the middle of America when our universe is co-opted into a war between an unstoppable race of reality-hopping monsters that feed on the flesh of living creatures, and a conglomeration of thousands of realities, nested inside each other like a matroska doll. We’re the . . .

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Azeal Neralum by Kazi223

What are we but a collection of memories? Each, defining who we are and what we think. But, what if we lost that mental capability, it being shattered almost beyond repair? Would we be the same people although we haven’t ‘experienced’ anything? What would happen when an ordinary man dies, his memories of everything he cared about and loved . . .

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GOTA – God Of The Arts by OmegaAlphaTau

The plagued young noble of the Aurum bloodline is tossed into the politics of his homeland. What starts as a path to revenge grows ever brighter, ever vivid into a path to the peak. Through time and Fate’s interweaving fingers he experiences all life has to offer as he reaches for beyond the skies, the enigma known as life unraveling . . .

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Deicidium by Patrick R. Backman

If a God exists, it can die

Deicidium is the story of a world different from our own, on the cusp of the modern era and intertwined in its first Great War. However, for the people of this world, Gods exist and they aren’t benevolent. Blood Knights are humanity’s only defense and have operated outside the public eye for hundreds of years. The truth behind . . .

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The Order of Sekhmet by Robyn Cardona

Meet Rowan, who may or may not be really enthusiastic about telling you how his life is with the goddess of war. It is naturally far from being peaceful, but the blade-wielding, fourth-wall-breaking protagonist certainly wouldn’t have it any other way. Egyptian deities? Check. Sword fights? Check. Demonic arts? Check. Burning passion? Check. After all, blood is a good moisturizer. . . .

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The Demon Rising by Tyomcha

There is a world that goes by the name of Verta. But alongside it, there is another world, too—one named Aead. In the world of Verta, on the continent of Aphage, various races thrive, kingdoms rising and falling as time flows and the eternal game of politics is played. Kings rule, and merchants trade, and farmers farm. Life is . . .

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Deck of Souls by Bonnie L. Price

Gods, demons, and heroes. Typical MMO fare—or so I thought.

When my guild dragged me into Jeriskyr Online, I expected I’d be playing the latest VR game. Nothing could have been further from the truth. You see, the gods like to trade people. Chosen by the gods of Jeriskyr and betrayed by my own, I found out that this virtual world is all too real. Now, I must choose . . .

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Strange Cosmology by Alex Raizman

Ending the world got more complicated

The sequel to Small Worlds! After managing to defeat Enki, Ryan, Crystal, and Athena still have that whole “end of the world” to get to. But first they have to figure out where Bast and Moloch went, why the Greek Pantheon is missing, and how the hell the US Government got its hand on homemade gods. Not to mention . . .

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Chain Worlds: Rise of Three by Lukas Elias

Three friends leave their old lifes behind to search for a new future in the ranks of the rebellion. What starts out as a quest for adventure soon turns to a search for answers and the struggle to survive in a war where little is as it seems. The three of them are split up and have to find . . .

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Children of the Wind by Charles Anthony Almanza

When twenty-something year-old Lucas, a gifted empath and globe trotter who ‘travels with the changing wind’ returns to his hometown of Playa de Oro, he expects a certain normalcy to follow him. He needs it to anchor him while dealing with his mother, who suffers from a brain tumor that causes seizures, or his youngest sister, Dee, battling depression. And . . .

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EVERYBODY LOVES LARGE CHESTS

This treasure chest is full of junk food for the mind.

By Patrick Rochefort, author of From Winter's Ashes

Nov 1, 2017: 3.5 stars.

It’s junk. It’s junk and glorious, unapologetic, ironic trash throughout. It’s got quite a few unnecessarily pornographic scenes that detract from the flow of the story. Every single character is portrayed in the most problematic ways, from attitudes to character growth(/degeneracy). Every flaw in it pointed out by other reviews and every trigger warning it has earned is true.

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