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From the very first hour Cayden had set foot inside the massive, real-life game that was the Tower of Babel, nothing had gone according to plan. A unique skill, a handful of new friends, and the wrath of an ultra-wealthy, patricidal lunatic were just some of the complications to his best laid plans.
So why was he even surprised when a special event trapped him, his companions, and dozens of other players inside the tower, squaring them off against a murderous army of stone-faced warriors?
If they are to have any hope of survival, they'll have to leverage not only their own personal power, but the power of the Elan as well. There are castles to be built, armies to be raised, and one real question to be posed: How good is a self-proclaimed RPG nerd going to be at turn-based strategy? 
©2017 Adam Elliott (P)2018 Podium Publishing
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3 out of 5 stars
By Kyle Garrett on 04-19-18

Felt like filler.

Didn't progress the main story or aspects of MC that stood out in book one. Wasn't a bad book, just felt like it should have been 1.5 not 2.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By Erik on 04-18-18

Trying not to be nitpicky

great book and great series. in my opinion the dungeon tower trope isnt played out yet in the litrpg genre. There is just one thing that bugged me throughout this book. The first book made it seem that the MC is a all about speedruns and streaming his gameplay. i thought that was pretty neat because most litrpgs tend to focus to much on the details and i thought the series would be primarily about fighting an uphill battle as quickly and innovatively as possible. Then i listened to the second book and it totally spun of track. it switched to RTS like age of empires gameplay and it totally threw me for loop. Its good, but i feel like the author keeps reinventing the MC and i think he had it perfect the first time

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2 out of 5 stars
By Anastasia on 05-08-18

Doesn't live up to the first

Disappointing after the first book. The author makes continuity errors repeatedly, such as saying characters are 16 years old, when it was a whole plot point in the first book that no one can enter the tower under 17. The speedrunner and streamer angles - which attracted me to the series in the first place, remain thoroughly abandoned, making it just like every other LITRPG. Finally the game changes genre to a RTS game instead of RPG which is extremely dull. It made me go play some RTS games instead of listening. I gave up with 2 hours to go and returned it.

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3 out of 5 stars
By N. Lyons on 05-09-18

Not as good as the first

Well the first book was amazing, the second, no so much. as it goes, i'm finding this one boring and not grabbing me like book 1.

if a book 3 is on the cards then I guess i'd buy that too, hopefully the series can pull back.

the narrator done a great job though 5* overall book 2 , 3*

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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