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  1. 4 out of 5

    XR

    This ended way better than Part 1! I was hoping the next book was coming out before I finished this one but I'm reading too quickly. BOO! This ended way better than Part 1! I was hoping the next book was coming out before I finished this one but I'm reading too quickly. BOO!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Luke

    If the definition of 'insanity' is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, then I am definitely insane to continue reading this series, but I keep hoping we can rediscover some of the magic present in some of the earlier novels. Instead we get more of the same, a book in three parts, the first is filled with meaningless characters and useless words and incomprehensible magitech, the second is a throwaway miniquest that just integrates some more tropes into the 1 If the definition of 'insanity' is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, then I am definitely insane to continue reading this series, but I keep hoping we can rediscover some of the magic present in some of the earlier novels. Instead we get more of the same, a book in three parts, the first is filled with meaningless characters and useless words and incomprehensible magitech, the second is a throwaway miniquest that just integrates some more tropes into the 10 realms, and the third is a giant battle where our main characters are absent through a bit of Deus ex machina until the very end. I find the whole “benevolent military dictatorship” circle j*** particular tiresome after all this time, am mildly frustrated by repeated continuity fails, and just eyeroll at the way our heroes can barely handle foes 15 levels lower than they are in their miniquests but destroy everything in the ultimate battles. The endless supply of interchangeable secondary characters isn’t even worth paying attention to anymore because it doesn’t even matter who is doing what. Here’s hoping that now that we’ve tied up some plot lines we can return to some more exploratory behavior, focus more on non-military crafting, get back to some of the relationships that matter, etc.

  3. 4 out of 5

    William Howe

    Yes but no A lot of combat. Huge amounts. Some cultivation improvements, but still more to come. And they actually entered the 7th realm!!! Now for the bad news: Editing was poor. Copyediting (spelling and grammar) was bad, with some sentences mangled. Continuity was also broken in at least two places (didn’t they just *leave* the library?). And when exactly did they get that last upgrade? Yes, I rated it 5 stars. If you like The Ten Realms, then this is more of what you like. Plus, Amazon’s rating Yes but no A lot of combat. Huge amounts. Some cultivation improvements, but still more to come. And they actually entered the 7th realm!!! Now for the bad news: Editing was poor. Copyediting (spelling and grammar) was bad, with some sentences mangled. Continuity was also broken in at least two places (didn’t they just *leave* the library?). And when exactly did they get that last upgrade? Yes, I rated it 5 stars. If you like The Ten Realms, then this is more of what you like. Plus, Amazon’s rating system is broken. But this direly needs an editor. Or two. Both copy and content, preferably. I will still quite willingly buy the next installment. Cuz, yeah, that’s what I like. I do wish it was cleaner, though.

  4. 4 out of 5

    H Rez

    Still going strong, but I find the large scale battles in the last couple of books much less captivating than the starting books where our heroes explored and grew.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Steve Naylor

    Rating 4.0 stars Hard to write a review for this book. On one hand all I seem to be doing in my reviews for the last few books is complaining. On the other hand as soon as the each book comes out I immediately go out and get it. The same is true for this book. This review is probably going to be me complaining a lot. Part of that is how great the first books were so I know the author could give me exactly the story I want to read. If the first books weren't so great, I wouldn't be complaining as Rating 4.0 stars Hard to write a review for this book. On one hand all I seem to be doing in my reviews for the last few books is complaining. On the other hand as soon as the each book comes out I immediately go out and get it. The same is true for this book. This review is probably going to be me complaining a lot. Part of that is how great the first books were so I know the author could give me exactly the story I want to read. If the first books weren't so great, I wouldn't be complaining as much. Just like the last few book this one dealt with large scale combat a lot of the time. This by far is my least favorite aspect of this book. I love the personal growth. I love the progress of Rugrat and Eric. I love the crafting. I love the world building. I don't know why the author doesn't focus on those things a little more. Maybe have one book about that stuff and then the next book can be all about war. Something for everybody? This book starts right from the end of the last book. (view spoiler)[ Vuzgal was destroyed. The Alvans go back to the first realm and try to get stronger. This author likes to contradict himself a little. In the last book, he wrote about how great the threat against Vuxgal and how outnumbered they were and yet they were able to hold and kick some ass. In this book, for most of the story, the Alvans were gaining strength and it seemed like they would be prepared for any attack, and yet when the fight came, they kind of were getting their asses handed to them most of the time. I understand the fighting in the last book. The enemy wanted payback and they wanted Vuzgal. They were going to use Vuzgal and the riches there to pay the bills. What was the point of attacking Alva? Revenge is the only thing that comes to mind. None of the enemy knew if the Alvans had anything worth the fighting. What was up with the other factions in the realm. Vuzgal was a huge trade hub where almost everyone was making bank. Those organizations just let the Willful institute do whatever they wanted? What is the point of the Blue lotus guild or the Alchemist society? What is the point of having that power if they wouldn't/couldn't do anything. What about people from the higher realms coming down and destroying the lower realms? Everybody was just okay with that. What about the people who had other sign contracts with the 10 realms that pretty much made them slaves and could not disobey a single order? All it takes is someone of a higher level to say "Sign this contract or I will kill you?" How is the 10 realms okay with that? Then there was Eric and Rugrat. They are way higher level than anyone else in the story. I think by the end Eric was around level 85? They should have been 10 or 15 levels above anyone else they fought and yet they still had trouble in those fights? They won, but it should have been no contest with the difference in levels. The ending was a little unsatisfying as well. All the bad guys dies but it was without any fanfare. After all mistress Mercy did over multiple books her end came over only a couple of paragraphs. We finally get the the seventh realm but there wasn't much description. Then there is the Shah. Alava made a deal to get help in their fight with the Willful institute and yet they didn't get any help from what I read. Does that mean the deal is off? (hide spoiler)]

  6. 5 out of 5

    The Legend

    The 20% of the story that was plot and moved the story forward was great, though the book is starting to focus more and more on the other characters and less and less on Erik and Rugrat, you spend maybe what feels like 3 chapters with them while the rest if just about what everyone else is doing. The rest of the book the 80% is either meetings, formula, bad guy meetings, or explaining about he realms, crafting and gun porn. There are mass sections of this book you can just skip over because it's The 20% of the story that was plot and moved the story forward was great, though the book is starting to focus more and more on the other characters and less and less on Erik and Rugrat, you spend maybe what feels like 3 chapters with them while the rest if just about what everyone else is doing. The rest of the book the 80% is either meetings, formula, bad guy meetings, or explaining about he realms, crafting and gun porn. There are mass sections of this book you can just skip over because it's just in depths detail about gun crafting or other types of crafting. It's the same reason I couldn't finish Emerilia, because Chatfield makes great worlds and characters, good stories but then gets lost in his own magic systems and crafting. In Emerilia he literally can spend 95% of the book just talking about crafting and magic theory. While yes the whole book is fiction, something about going into in depth magic theory about a fictional magical system just seems utterly pointless? Sure it's amazing that he can come up with such a complicated system but I don't need to read 200 pages of which barrels he'll use with what formations because the heat transfer needs to go this way or that and use solid box of ammo with formations on them because can't put it on the ammo or have barrels with sliding jiggers for the bamoozles with the slamadingdongs! Because that is just made up words for explaining the magic as using made up technical terms of magic. While it's fun to hear that Erik is cultivating a core that uses this element and that and he's going to go cultivate on this floor and make his core bigger, that's all I need to know. I don't need another 50 pages going into depth about how the structure of the core will allow the element to flow this way while the reverse will allow this element to encapsulate it and reinforce by using a bipololygonal structure system that overlays the DNA cells of megaldons from the waterfloor injected through IV transfusions to his right pinky toe's middle knuckle and not his right because that would throw off the whole balance of his Qi system....or what ever. Just Erik cultivated this to reinforce that and used this to support that. That' all we need, a page or two, not 50. So cut out 80% of the gun porn crafting, the magic system self stroking over explaining. The constant meetings. The tons of side characters all trying to become main characters, then the book is really good. That Erik and Rugrat bit is great, the battles are decent if confusing. They keep going on how much stronger their dual cultivation is without taking short cuts yet when Erik and Rugrat fight the Seventh floor people they seem to be only equally as strong not super strong like 'full' cultivation should make them. So lots of boring, some annoying and some good with a little great fun mixed in. I can't imagine Chatfield focusing back on Erik and Rugrat in the Eighth Realm and leaving Alva as a minor footnote to just mention, so the series for me might be done. If the focus can go back to the main characters and their adventures and not on the Alva as a whole with Erik and Rugrat being side notes, I'll keep reading. At this point really could split it into two series. Alva Series with all the side characters and the dungeon and Erik and Rugrat series where they go off to do adventures. Got to really pick one , because splitting it isn't working.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Herling P

    Spoilers!!!! Be warned. Overall good book I think, lot of spelling and grammar errors but I've seen worse.i don't really care for the author's repetitive thing about how Erick and Rugrat feel about being lord's. I'd would prefer them to take more ownership of the empire kinda like how they had been doing. I do think that all though Erik and Rugrat are the main characters the overall arching story is of the Alvan empire with Erick and Rugrat at the helm. I wished the industrial era was a bit more Spoilers!!!! Be warned. Overall good book I think, lot of spelling and grammar errors but I've seen worse.i don't really care for the author's repetitive thing about how Erick and Rugrat feel about being lord's. I'd would prefer them to take more ownership of the empire kinda like how they had been doing. I do think that all though Erik and Rugrat are the main characters the overall arching story is of the Alvan empire with Erick and Rugrat at the helm. I wished the industrial era was a bit more detailed I guess ....I think the technological eras of Alva were a blur. Can't say I like the idea of Erik and Rugrat permanently damaged. The conclusion with the willful institute is satisfactory, I do want a bit more pov of the enemy's thoughts and comments. Unlike other reviews I really enjoy the povs and political manuverings of the enemy's and random people. I enjoy the povs of so many people and characters underestimating the Erick and Rugrat and the alvans. I fucking loved it when Marco realized everything the alvans did was calculated and deliberate. Cai bos death was long overdue as well as mercy's. Kinda wished Erik's mount survived. I better see battle ships and aircraft carriers for the alvans in the next book. I also don't really care for the sha team up. Since it's seems that is the direction the books is going in, I hope the author doest get too woke and trys to make everyone equal. I want a self-sufficient self sustaining empire that LEADS never follows. I want the alliance with the sha to kinda one sided but maybe in a way that the sha don't realize. I really don't want them to be equals. I'm hoping by the end of the whole thing that all the of alvans enemy's are part of the empire.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Adedayo

    what can I say... I lovee it and hated it too contains spoilers...you have been warned! Wow that was some ride...I really really like the series and the huge potential that it has. It has fulfilled some and failed horrendously in some other areas. Eric and Rugrat's insistence on not wanting to be leaders is kinda played out, they have a vision and they created something, then they want to walk away because reasons? The reasons dont even make sense and have nothing to do with being consistent with what can I say... I lovee it and hated it too contains spoilers...you have been warned! Wow that was some ride...I really really like the series and the huge potential that it has. It has fulfilled some and failed horrendously in some other areas. Eric and Rugrat's insistence on not wanting to be leaders is kinda played out, they have a vision and they created something, then they want to walk away because reasons? The reasons dont even make sense and have nothing to do with being consistent with what they represent. Making fred and his people join was kinda pointless because they served really no purpose in this war. Joining hands with the Sha was dumb too, and they didnt even berate them for bringing the BPC to their doorstep. also the BPC clan chasing after a Sky Core to the 1st realm....WTF was it a special magic core?? why not eat your loss and move on...but no they chase to the 1st realm and at the 1st minor clash call back a single ship to the 7th realm....they have squadrons....WTF is a single ship going to freaking do to make a difference....Yeah the story was all over the place and things did not follow logically. Ill read one more book and see if the books will go back to making more sense or if im going to cut my losses and disappointment with the development...and now Both Eric and Rugrat are as they said permenently damaged....AHHHHHHHHHHHH....just stupid...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Zigman

    Better than book five on to now. Warning some spoilers, though I try to keep vague there's no keeping everything quiet. For a series that has two main characters they show up remarkably few times as the main characters, instead they feel ancillary to the story of Alva and those that run it. Yes, I did read the book and it does have them in it but it's still too focused on secondary characters and their fights be they physical or otherwise. That's my only real complaint, that and the technical stu Better than book five on to now. Warning some spoilers, though I try to keep vague there's no keeping everything quiet. For a series that has two main characters they show up remarkably few times as the main characters, instead they feel ancillary to the story of Alva and those that run it. Yes, I did read the book and it does have them in it but it's still too focused on secondary characters and their fights be they physical or otherwise. That's my only real complaint, that and the technical stuff and stats are still a little heavy, no offense but a few chapters at the beginning of the series were enough about magical arms production and their inner workings; its a little tiring by now. But that's a personal opinion, feel free to disagree, I know many will. As for what was right, or what I liked, well at least there was some questing getting done. The bit with Racquel and Ruggrat struck home since that was nicely written. The imperium continuing to remain mysterious and all is great, still would like to see more of Erik and Ruggrat since they are engaging figures. There's real emotion in the writing and I like that even if I disagree with some of the philosophies outlined, regardless it's a good piece of fiction. The Marshall is an interesting character and with the guys finally getting it through their thick skulls that they don't have to be in Alva every five minutes it should make the rest of the series more interesting. A pity that it took this long but better late than never. As for why I said it was better than books five up to this point.: First none of what I mentioned about the emotion was lacking before, it was the shifts in perspective, and useless technical stuff that put me off. Then there the fact that the actual focus of this book wasn't on another realm entirely, in fact at least a good third of the book was actually in the realm the book was named for which is fantastic considering that wasn't the case since the Fourth Realm. I also think that the heroics shown towards the end and displays of power were good for the soul. We've watched them dance around certain issues and they were defeated last time because they were too involved with security and secrets, with the cat of the bag it should be far more interesting and sets up some actual plot. Before now it was just build, build, Alva needs to remain secret, build, build, random tech jargon, hidden secret, new and bigger magic gun, better armor, formation formation, jokey light hearted chapter... you get the point. The departure from the norm should make it a much better read than this series has proven to be layely and I for one am glad that I didn't quit it like I thought I would, after the sixth realm. Also I'm saying it's actually a 4/5 stars, it was good. Better than the last few by far but because of Amazon's algorithms being what they are... well putting 5 on the official one is better than helping tank an author because I didn't think they wrote a masterpiece of fiction... anyways that's why the 5 stars are up, hope you enjoy the book, I know I did.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sean Hall

    I enjoy the storyline but... As stated I am still enjoying the story but this one seems like it was a bit rushed and the quality is lacking. There are a lot of errors both grammar, spelling and plot. There were at least 2 instances where the author killed off a character but they were back a few chapters later. My hope is the next one will have a little more time with an editor or proofreader to help clean up these issues.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. First off, I really liked this book. The thing is though, just like in the first book (the seventh realm part 1), there's almost nothing that actually takes place in the seventh realm. Personally, that bothers me, and for some reason, it bothers me a lot. I'd be inclined to think that a book named the seventh realm would take place (for the most part) in the seventh realm. That wasn't the case here, and while I really liked the story, and have no problem recommending it to others, I feel the titl First off, I really liked this book. The thing is though, just like in the first book (the seventh realm part 1), there's almost nothing that actually takes place in the seventh realm. Personally, that bothers me, and for some reason, it bothers me a lot. I'd be inclined to think that a book named the seventh realm would take place (for the most part) in the seventh realm. That wasn't the case here, and while I really liked the story, and have no problem recommending it to others, I feel the title is misleading. I get why it's named that, since that's what readers are expecting, but personally, if it were me, I'd give these two books side story status, explaining events that are leading up to more advanced happenings in the world, then when the seventh realm stuff actually happens, drop all that into a book, which would keep the trend intact without confusing readers as to which books take place where. However, I'm not the author, and I'm sure there's plenty of eventful things planned for the series as it continues, and it's likely the naming of the books won't bother many, so the strategy is sound, only for the entire collection of work that makes up the seventh realm books, I estimate that less than 1 or 2 percent of the story actually took place in the seventh realm, and so that's (mostly) why I disagree with the titles being the way they are. We don't actually get to see the workings of the seventh realm, which is a real shame, since all the other realms have been so rich and full featured, I personally feel cheated that we don't get to see how this seventh realm actually works. But, again, that's just me. Many readers won't care, and as I said above, the story is a good one, and titles aside, I have no problem saying if you're a fan of the previous books, these will certainly keep you reading. There is the ending where we find out our main characters have been hurt, but there's a whole one or two sentences dedicated to the topic, and that too makes me wonder, if the main characters are having issues, I'm not sure where the story will go from here. Perhaps the author wants to branch out to other characters instead of following the ones he has in the past. No complaints here, since large portions of other books have done exactly that, but the complete lack of information is frustrating, almost like they were being dismissed entirely from the storyline. I doubt that, but it did appear that way. Guess we'll need to wait and see how the 8th realm goes. In any case, read the book, it's a good one, despite my complaints.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    When realms line up against Alvans, they just dig in and grin Finally, the secret will be revealed, sadly the poor fools have no idea the size the hornet’s nest they just kicked. Years of information gathering, planning, preparing, all comes down to the United Sect Army gathered by the willful institute and their 7th realm masters to be. I really enjoyed this one and was hoping to read more of the higher realm, but a stable home base is a necessity as well. If they only knew how long Alva had bee When realms line up against Alvans, they just dig in and grin Finally, the secret will be revealed, sadly the poor fools have no idea the size the hornet’s nest they just kicked. Years of information gathering, planning, preparing, all comes down to the United Sect Army gathered by the willful institute and their 7th realm masters to be. I really enjoyed this one and was hoping to read more of the higher realm, but a stable home base is a necessity as well. If they only knew how long Alva had been preparing for discovery, they may not have been as excited to attack. Sadly the arrogant truly don’t know until it’s shoved straight down their throats. A new power will be revealed in the first realm, changing the power dynamics of more realms in the process. The Willfull Institute will bear the full reward or pain of their war against Alva. Whom they think of as a beaten enemy on its last legs, not a strategic beast hidden in the Beast Mountain range… I cannot wait for the next exciting chapter and am conflicted on if I want Eric to get a new mount or not…

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dakota Rodgers

    Absolutely insane!!!!! This book will keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time. I cannot put into words how much I have loved this series from the beginning until now. I just couldn’t put this series down as soon as I finished one book I was starting another. You don’t have to worry about it being slow this book has been filled with battles and destruction. From all out war to espionage and assassinations. If you are looking for something that will take your breath away, make you shed a Absolutely insane!!!!! This book will keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time. I cannot put into words how much I have loved this series from the beginning until now. I just couldn’t put this series down as soon as I finished one book I was starting another. You don’t have to worry about it being slow this book has been filled with battles and destruction. From all out war to espionage and assassinations. If you are looking for something that will take your breath away, make you shed a tear in some parts or just something to get your blood pumping this is it. I cannot wait to see what he has in store for the future. Now if you’ll excuse me I am going to start his other series and if they are anything like the ten realms, then I know I’ll be in for one crazy ride. I only wish I’ll get some sleep in but so far it has been one book after another!!!!!!!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Clint Young

    KU Review “This was a fun book. I am glad that I read it. You should try it too.” I am not going to share my reasoning, thoughts on the book, or any opinions that would influence your decision to read it. I am simply saying that I liked it. I would like you to read it and make your own decision. After all, you are a much better judge of what you will like than anyone here. I will happily discuss the book with you on Goodreads if you are so inclined. As always, I am open to debates and arguments, b KU Review “This was a fun book. I am glad that I read it. You should try it too.” I am not going to share my reasoning, thoughts on the book, or any opinions that would influence your decision to read it. I am simply saying that I liked it. I would like you to read it and make your own decision. After all, you are a much better judge of what you will like than anyone here. I will happily discuss the book with you on Goodreads if you are so inclined. As always, I am open to debates and arguments, but also vain enough to seek acknowledgement, so feel free to roast me or applaud my efforts. Either is acceptable, because if you are paying attention to me then you are at least considering the book. And THAT my friends is exactly why you see my comments here. Cheers

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rodger Nelson

    This was an awesome continuation of the series. Finally, Alva has taken over the First Realm, I loved the scene where Marco was like WTF did we step in when he was fighting Alva. They went past the get off my lawn idea and went to the get off my Realm and made sure no one else could go against them. The ending has me wondering what happened to Eric and Rugrat and the kind of damage they got from what they did. They went above and beyond when fighting. The Sha better not be planning to double cro This was an awesome continuation of the series. Finally, Alva has taken over the First Realm, I loved the scene where Marco was like WTF did we step in when he was fighting Alva. They went past the get off my lawn idea and went to the get off my Realm and made sure no one else could go against them. The ending has me wondering what happened to Eric and Rugrat and the kind of damage they got from what they did. They went above and beyond when fighting. The Sha better not be planning to double cross them cause although Alva is on the 1st realm if they get screwed they will find a way to get more than even with the Sha.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Adam Shook

    Wow Idk what to say... I half expected tge end to be a happily ever after but it ended suddenly.. duh duh duh... into a cliffhanger way to go. Loved it some real edge of your seat content way to go. Can't wait to see what happens when Eric and rugrat wake up and we get to see the stat changes. We'll enough purposely vague spoilers. Why are you still reading this buy or rent the book Now Please? Lol all joking aside great book love how far regrettably has come since his alcoholic depression. Though I Wow Idk what to say... I half expected tge end to be a happily ever after but it ended suddenly.. duh duh duh... into a cliffhanger way to go. Loved it some real edge of your seat content way to go. Can't wait to see what happens when Eric and rugrat wake up and we get to see the stat changes. We'll enough purposely vague spoilers. Why are you still reading this buy or rent the book Now Please? Lol all joking aside great book love how far regrettably has come since his alcoholic depression. Though I do wonder just how long has it been since they first contracted the two week curse.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Joseph C.

    Spoiler ahead: This series is like the titanic, now that the author is trying to change direction back to being about the main characters, he can't. There is too much momentum. It's not about Eric and Rugrat anymore, but instead about Alva. Michael literally cannot stop himself. The best chapters of the book were where Eric and Rugrat were off doing their thing and stealing airships. That lasted a couple of chapters, but then we were back to massive battles that you have to literally skim through Spoiler ahead: This series is like the titanic, now that the author is trying to change direction back to being about the main characters, he can't. There is too much momentum. It's not about Eric and Rugrat anymore, but instead about Alva. Michael literally cannot stop himself. The best chapters of the book were where Eric and Rugrat were off doing their thing and stealing airships. That lasted a couple of chapters, but then we were back to massive battles that you have to literally skim through. The words don't matter. The fights don't matter. Eric and Rugrat are now permanently injured so the author can finally discard them (he obviously doesn't care about them anymore). I'm going to read reviews before buying the next book. If this doesn't get fixed, I'm done.

  18. 4 out of 5

    S T

    Needs an Editor I love this series. It is by far the best series in the LitRPG genre. These books need to be turned into movies or a well-funded tv series. However, this story desperately needs an editor, more so than any of the other books. Titles were never consistent, people were in multiple locations and then just disappear completely, and simple, basic math was not done correctly. The book is really a three-star with all these errors but, I cannot give such a low rating to an otherwise amazi Needs an Editor I love this series. It is by far the best series in the LitRPG genre. These books need to be turned into movies or a well-funded tv series. However, this story desperately needs an editor, more so than any of the other books. Titles were never consistent, people were in multiple locations and then just disappear completely, and simple, basic math was not done correctly. The book is really a three-star with all these errors but, I cannot give such a low rating to an otherwise amazing story.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mr C. J. Dearing

    The book feels like one giant, almost never ending battle. Similar to 7th realm part 1 in that sense, but at least it feels like things do finally move forward at the end. Still, for the sheer amount of battle I am not sure how much things have moved, since all of the real motion in events seems to happen at the end, in just a few pages. Looks like we are going to have to wait for the next book to get any real sense of what has changed and where we are going. All in all an interesting instalment The book feels like one giant, almost never ending battle. Similar to 7th realm part 1 in that sense, but at least it feels like things do finally move forward at the end. Still, for the sheer amount of battle I am not sure how much things have moved, since all of the real motion in events seems to happen at the end, in just a few pages. Looks like we are going to have to wait for the next book to get any real sense of what has changed and where we are going. All in all an interesting instalment in the series, but it feels like a lot of book for not much plot.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tony Hinde

    I enjoyed this addition to the series more than the few that preceded it. It felt like the completion of a major story arc... that of the conflict with the Willful Institute. Like much of this series' later books, I found the fight scenes hard to follow but it seemed a little better this time out. The ending was satisfying and if the series finished here, I would understand. Given that Erik and Rugrat seem to have been nerfed in their last fight, perhaps future books will focus more on other char I enjoyed this addition to the series more than the few that preceded it. It felt like the completion of a major story arc... that of the conflict with the Willful Institute. Like much of this series' later books, I found the fight scenes hard to follow but it seemed a little better this time out. The ending was satisfying and if the series finished here, I would understand. Given that Erik and Rugrat seem to have been nerfed in their last fight, perhaps future books will focus more on other characters. Or maybe it will dive into the mystery of the ten-realms themselves.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Roberto Flores

    This is an excellent part two. I feel that the whole series is starting a new arc. The wrap up was just what was needed to punctuate the last three books. While the main characters have felt a bit stagnate, the focus on the rest has allowed for a solid base to propel the story forward. You can generally tell when a series is making it up as they go, or when they have a solid outline from the start. This is a very solid series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    JERMIKAL HAMILTON

    Another one bites the dust After a 48 binge during and after work. I finally finished. Minor spoiler I love that we are finally over Erik and Rugrat feeling bad about leaving Alva to go adventure it was getting old. The inclusion of the Fred and the other demi humans Beas a nice touch. I like when authors bring back old characters. Overall great book and I look forward to the next one.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Taylor-Leigh Derchin

    This one was so much better than part 1. We are so far into this series and I have committed to seeing this through. Way less large scale combat which makes it more enjoyable for me. We got to see more of the Demi-human squad who I love and explore the new realm also love. It’s been a few books since we did anything extensive in a new realm. I like the mission board and the whole concepts for the higher realms. I am excited for the next book and am exited to see more from Old Hei.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Danny Moody

    This book left me feeling satisfied where the last book left me feeling wanting. I get some resolution to a lot of the open plot lines left in the last book. This series is simply cool and since it was written in English it is so much more readable than a lot of popular translated books in these genres (cultivation and LitRPG).

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    It jumped around a bit... The story jumped around more then usual for the series, but the plot remained true and the action was fun. The only issue that I found to annoy me, was in the end of the book. (Small reveal, stop if you don't want to know before you read.) Eric and Rugrat were injured permanently in some manner that was spoken of but not explained. It jumped around a bit... The story jumped around more then usual for the series, but the plot remained true and the action was fun. The only issue that I found to annoy me, was in the end of the book. (Small reveal, stop if you don't want to know before you read.) Eric and Rugrat were injured permanently in some manner that was spoken of but not explained.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tina R Murray

    Great book yet again!! So I stopped reading part 1 before the end bc I knew I would want to know it ended before the cliff hanger. So glad I waited and read both parts 1 and 2 right after each other. I didn't like how part 1 ended 😭 but part was great!!! Reminded me more of Realm 3 and 4, which are fabulous. Great book yet again!! So I stopped reading part 1 before the end bc I knew I would want to know it ended before the cliff hanger. So glad I waited and read both parts 1 and 2 right after each other. I didn't like how part 1 ended 😭 but part was great!!! Reminded me more of Realm 3 and 4, which are fabulous.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joe Woods

    Excellent series The world and the characters in this series are full of life, and their development continues to grow and grow. The action sequences will keep you on the edge of your seat, but the interactions between them all will keep you glued to your book not wanting to put it down

  28. 5 out of 5

    Carlos Jorge T Moura

    Another great book on the series This book will keep you hooked to the end, be warned. Lots of action, adventure and plots. The characters are rich and the universe is detailed. The combats are a bit unbalanced, as it should be expected that such an advanced army as the alvans would performed better against the opponent's. Everything else is a 5 stars. Highly recommended Another great book on the series This book will keep you hooked to the end, be warned. Lots of action, adventure and plots. The characters are rich and the universe is detailed. The combats are a bit unbalanced, as it should be expected that such an advanced army as the alvans would performed better against the opponent's. Everything else is a 5 stars. Highly recommended

  29. 4 out of 5

    Carson McClelland

    Explosions! And that one guy who died three chapters ago… It was a rush, in all senses of the word. Action at every page, and writing that needs to be cleaned up from going too fast. At this point I’m just going with it, as not much makes sense in the series anymore. This, this was a fun read if you can overlook the blatant mistakes in plot, character, and timeline.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    Omg! So good, I could barely put it down! This was a great addition to the Ten Realms series. The story line has many ups and downs, twists and all the feels. It was a struggle to put down, and not just binge read. I cannot wait for the next installment!!! Al-va! Al-va!! Al-va!!!

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