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Small Worlds by Alex Raizman

Guess it's time to end the world. 

Ryan has been followed by a mysterious figure his entire life. One day, he finds a small black stone – a nanoverse – and in short order finds out he is now a god. Specifically the Eschaton, meaning it’s his job to end the world.

Then things start to get out of hand.

Note: Small Worlds contains pervasive harsh language; also, some graphic violence.

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Listed: Mar 15, 2018


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Just An Average Joe God

By Kraken Attacken, member

Jun 5, 2018: I love interesting stories that occur in modern fantasy settings, especially when the modernity is infused in such a way that it doesn’t produce dissonance with the setting and period. If the fantasy can fit right in, then I find that very appealing. Furthermore, if the fantasy manages to have a solid system that lends itself towards deep explorations behind the purpose for why the fantasy exists, then that elevates my enjoyment to peak levels.

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By Lion, member

Apr 9, 2018: Interesting premise, but the execution was poor. From what I understand the story began from r/writingprompts and while the author took the idea in an interesting direction he didn’t give it the detail to be interesting. The abilities are given more explanation than description, and action scenes follow a similar path. There’s more interest in telling the reader about all of these cool things instead of showing them. It doesn’t help that the main characters voice is grating. Which brings up my main issue with the story. The characters are [more . . .]

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By JohnCalliganWrites, author of Winoc the Traveler

Apr 1, 2018: The writing in this serial is fresh. Prose is top of the line. Interesting story and the first chapter leaves off on a great hook. I’m impressed and want to keep reading. If you enjoy science fiction, this is a good one.

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