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Publisher's Summary

In the world of Re:Fuze, anything is possible. Fortunes can be made, and the unlikeliest of people can find glory in a land of swords and magic.
With low Job Qualification (JQ) scores and two years of national service looming, Eric Templeton knows he is doomed to a life of poverty. When he is given a chance to enter the game, he knows he has the opportunity to save his family from their desperate situation.
But when he enters the game, Eric isn't spawned into the newbie camp of Blundow. Instead he is sent to the darkest regions of the map, filled with creatures beyond his level. He stumbles across a conspiracy that no newbie should ever see, and he knows that he can't hope to survive.
©2016 Gregg Horlock (P)2017 Gregg Horlock
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1 out of 5 stars
By A and A in LA on 07-23-17

Terrible story can't be overcome by decent narration

This LitRPG is horrible. The main character is and his family are idiotic and deserve most of what bad things come their way. The main character makes stupid choices that turn out better than they should due to his sense of self-righteousness. The economy and politics of the world the author created make no sense. It is a stupider version of every dystopic young adult novel that panders to people's sense of resentment. That can work but it is so crass and poorly handled in this that it just annoys you. The villains make no sense. The protagonist makes little sense. His family is a bunch of idiots who insist that they are smarter than society will admit except their every action proves that they are idiots.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Chris Vernon on 05-27-17

Piss poor character plot and logic.

Ridiculously short 1st book of a serie. A main character convinced he is intelligent and kind. But really as dumb as a rock and hold grudges against everyone. Supposely grew up poor, had other take advantage, and lord themselves over him. But he is surprised when he is abused or take advantage of... then spends forever internally threatening every slight. So the main character is a weak willed, stupid, loser.... Waste of a book. I hope the loser dies...

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5 out of 5 stars
By glyn on 02-17-17

brill you got to get this

If you could sum up Difficulty: Legendary in three words, what would they be?

its brill and funny I love these types of audiobook the fun to listen too. this book is the best you just got to get it, cant wait for book 2

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1 out of 5 stars
By Dave wilco on 02-24-17

rubbish

not worth the time it took to download. a step by step account of an idiotic newbie playing Warcraft type game. no humour or clever prose, just almost gameplay emulated drivel with a hint of storyline direction that in no way captures you.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Nem on 02-15-18

Could not empathize with a character who kept on making dumb decisions

Had potential but could not empathize with a character who is supposed to be smart but kept on making dumb decisions. By 2/3rd of the way through this book I want the hero to die. His decision Making was so painfully unrealistic.

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