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Meat Eaters by mrinocence

A boy, alone in the mountains. Covered in snow. Defenseless. Hunted by monsters. On the verge of death, he discovers a black dragon egg. Soon, the hunter will become the hunted. . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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Hell’s Kitchen Sink by Hell's Kitchen Sink

The world's dark and full of terror.

It’s funny to think that the only reason the Earth is still around is because a ten-thousand year line of people stepped the fuck up. Modern fantasy, martial arts, hospitality, law, quarterly apocalypse, and a world that refuses to die. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Heroes Save the World by R. James Gauvreau

Across the world, one hundred adolescents unexpectedly find themselves in possession of superpowers, running the gamut from conventional to world-breaking to annoyingly limited. But despite the diversity of powers, certain patterns emerge, and as the Children begin to find each other, they realize that the world itself may be in great peril. Heroes save the world, but will they . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Offline Fantasy: Virtual Deities by Prime

LitRPG Fantasy Cyberpunk Adventure Action Quest Gods Magic Cultivation Online novels

He was once a god. Not the kind to be benevolent. or cruel. The kind to be full of pride, and to rule over the Path without any concessions. But he was tricked and made to commit a mistake, one so great it destroyed worlds and cost him his freedom and status. Centuries afterward, the worlds have . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Beyond The Impossible by Fabio Furlanetto

A weekly series of science fiction, mythology and super-powers

Teenage Noriko Null is chosen by the goddess Athena to become the smartest person in history. She will try to make the world a better place, while also fighting Greek gods in space with her own superhero team. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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The God of Lyn by beddedOtaku

Kings and Kingdoms fall, but God is always one

Eon Wray, boorish young man, in hopes of escaping the boredom of everyday life, buys a popular VRMMORPG game ‘The Gods of Lyn’. However, shortly after the creation of his character and the moments of he world after, he realizes that he’s somehow found himself in a seamless replica of the game’s world. Follow him as he struggles to . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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The Wordsmith of London (Circa 1880) by Chrys Kelly

All Stories Belong in London

Grant and Courtney recently broke up. Grant is desperate to get Courtney back, and Courtney isn’t sure that’s for the best. She agrees to meet him to talk. While they are talking, they are transported into a magical alternate Victorian London, peopled by the literary heroes and villains of that era. The Wordsmith, the magical engineer who keeps that . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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The Ocean Flame Palace Host by Arclight Symphony

Hai Yun is the youngest divine ranked alchemist on the Scarlet Flame continent. He was an orphan picked up by a wandering Alchemist Grandmaster and raised in the Crystal Ocean Alchemy Sect. As he soon got bored of refining other peoples recipe, he started creating his own. One such recipe was of an elixir that can allow one to retain . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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Binary Soul by Exterminatus

So let’s say there’s this girl. A young girl who happens to be a highly-trained, psionically-gifted, nanite-infused, genetically-enhanced and emotionally unstable assassin that doesn’t know the concept of ‘mercy’ or ‘holding back.’ Let’s say she and her imaginary friend miraculously pass through the borders of reality into an alternate universe, crash landing into a world of swords and magic . . .

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Martial Void King by BeginnersXianxia

Cultivation is a journey. A journey to the peak! Can a young man born destined to be left behind surpass all others? A young artificer is offered the chance to become someone at that peak. He journeys to new lands filled with wondrous things. Saints! Ruffians! Spaceships! Swords! Just what can all these things have in common? A young boy’s . . .

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Stop Calling Me A Demon King by BakaGrappler

It wasn’t destiny, nor reincarnation, nor necessity that caused the man who named himself Xander to be pulled from Earth into a world of swords, magic, and monsters. It was plain human greed. Xander’s struggles to ensure his personal freedom would end up rocking the foundations of reality, and cement his position in history as the Demon King of Enslavement, . . .

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Lead vs Fantasy by Dakotah Sicking

In a world with both magic and monsters, where humans can tame neither, humanity must rely on gunpowder, gasoline, and lead to make a place for itself. Follow a ragtag group of mercenaries as they try and make ends meet without becoming meat themselves. Whether it be securing a village or escorting a caravan, everything is dangerous when there . . .

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THE DOCTOR'S ASSISTANT

The good writing continues

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Nov 23, 2013: Bron and Calea’s adventures continue (from The Select’s Bodyguard), and I was kind of amazed this sequel is written by a different author (from The Children of the Wells writing team) and yet they are so seamlessly the same characters. It wasn’t like reading another writer’s interpretation of them – it was, hello again, Bron and Calea.

This novel has a new character, Nyasha, who plays off the initial two in interesting ways. In contrast to these two intense, serious characters, [more . . .]

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THE OPEN ROAD

A Familiar Story Done Well

By M.T. Bade, member

Jul 5, 2017: Disclaimer: This review was done as part of a review exchange.

The Open Road is, on the whole, a fairly decent story of low fantasy adventure. Although it doesn’t do much that’s new, what it does do, it does well.

The prose is largely unremarkable, being neither subpar nor stellar. It lacks a strong, distinctive style, and is occasionally amateurish with its use of said bookisms and repetitive paragraph structure – nearly [more . . .]

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