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    A new LitRPG world has arrived! 

    It's Ruwen’s Ascension Day, and he finally dies for the first time. His newly revived body can learn spells and abilities for the class given him by the Goddess Uru, and dying is no longer permanent. 

    Ruwen’s high intelligence makes becoming a Mage inevitable. With his new powers, he will locate his parents and clear their family name. But nothing goes as Ruwen imagined, and when a rival God tries to kill Ruwen shortly after his disastrous Ascension, his focus turns from his future to just surviving. 

    His choices place him in the middle of an ancient war, and he must overcome the limitations of his unexpected class to reach level five. Only then will he have the tools needed to survive. But dying now comes with a terrible penalty, and failing Uru might not only cost him his life and loved ones but his entire world. 

    It turns out dying on your Ascension Day is the easy part. 

    ***** 

    Hey, LitRPG readers! I've created an FAQ for Shade's First Rule to answer some of the common questions and to help you decide if this book is for you. It can be found at: afkauthor.com/faq.

    ©2019 A. F. Kay (P)2020 A. F. Kay

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      4 out of 5 stars

    very good story but..



    i nearly gave it 3 stars because of the following points

    1.
    Describing a character as outstanding intelligent and high above the average dont make him act like the biggest fool that exists. intelligent people dont act like that
    2.
    stop repeating every skill description countless times. i can remember it before its repeatet 3 times in 10 minutes.
    3.
    there are times when the mc is thinking in the middle of a fight viewing the landscape, reading skill descriptions or wondering why the minster is purple with yellow dots instead of just hitting the enemy. see point 1
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    the mc should stop whining over the same thing again and again.
    5. the story is good but slow pacing. 3 days of mcs life in one book...

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    Good mix, thank god no harem, one of the best

    Honestly, I am pretty hesitant to try new litrpg titles because most of them are just uninteresting after the first 2 hours or have a character page every 10 minutes which, in paper Form, might be okeyish but in an audio book is exhausting, but this one! Did it right.

    The characters so far have the right mix, they are easily connected to and keep entertaining me. The dungeon is probably my most favorite thing ever, although I have no favorites ;)

    Story seems to progress at a slow steady speed which is a plus in my view. I don't like characters getting too strong too quickly. The protagonist definitely isn't.

    I'm curious how the whole mix of litrpg and parts cultivation is playing out in the long run.

    I could go on but to make this short. Try this one! You won't regret it.

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