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The Land: Founding

The Acclaimed Debut Novel of the Best Selling Chaos Seeds SagaA mesmerizing tale reminiscent of the wonder of Ready Player One and the adventure of Game of Thrones#1 Audiobook 2017#1 in Cyberpunk and Video Game FantasyOver Four THOUSAND positive reviews on GoodreadsWelcome my friends!Welcome... to "The Land!"Tricked into a world of banished gods, demons, goblins, sprites and magic, Richter must learn to meet the perils of The Land and begin to forge his own kingdom. Actions have consequences across The Land, with powerful creatures and factions now hell-bent on Richter's destruction.Can Richter forge allegiances to survive this harsh and unforgiving world or will he fall to the dark denizens of this ancient and unforgiving realm?A tale to shake "The Land" itself, measuring 10/10 on the Richter scale, how will Richter's choices shape the future of The Land and all who reside in it? Can he grow his power to meet the deadliest of beings of the land? When choices are often a shade of grey,...

Title : The Land: Founding
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ISBN : 27819504
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 346 pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Land: Founding Reviews

  • Wolfgarr

    Every now and then you come across one of those books you just can't put down until you have read it from cover page to the end. This is one of those for me. I do not know why the LitRpg genre has caught my attention as hard as it has..But i will say this..This series has me chomping at the bit wanting more. The series just has that 'Stuff' that makes it a good read, don't ask me to articulate what exactly that 'stuff' is because i don't have the words.

    Looking forward to more in this series, WI

  • Thomas Cook

    Really enjoyed this opening book to the series. Not very experienced with LitRPG but this one gave a very realistic vibe to the game world whereas other LitRPG stories I've read might present in more of a 'virtual' world feel. Planning on continuing with the series.

  • Valerie Prevosnak

    LitRPG is by far my favorite genre, so I tried hard to like this book . . . very hard. In the end, the best praise I can give it is that the premise is moderately interesting and the grammar is reasonably good.

    My biggest turnoff was that the main character simply wasn't likeable (or hate-able for that matter). He was juvenile and flat, a noob-hating, immature 11-year-old, passed off as a 20-something gamer with no real back story, connections, motivations, or drive.

    The humor was constant and c

  • Lazybee

    First half 3 stars and second half five stars.

    Excellent world building. And good characters. Decent story.

    A must read for litrpg lovers.

  • Bradley

    In the age-old spirit of reading some of the easiest and most enjoyable popcorn fiction ever designed for old RPG gamers like myself, I've fallen off the wagon of anything normally regarded as "proper" fiction and now I'm wallowing like a pig in the mud.

    I'm in heaven.

    Okay, I've been reading LitRPG novels for some time now and I've loved them ever since I first turned on the TV back in the 80's. Do you remember that old Dungeons and Dragons cartoon? Yeah. That one. Let's get transported away into

  • Jeremy

    I read to be entertained and not usually to be enlightened and this series is a perfect example of this. The Land: Founding is the first book in the Chaos Seeds series and I am hooked. I would not call it a "good" book, but I would say it is an extremely fun book (ie my 5 stars). This is my first LitRPG book and first time I have heard this term (Unless Ready Player One counts). The book does a great job at making you feel like you are playing an RPG. You can get frustrated at times because you ...more

  • Shane

    This book was really good. Flow was fast, action was quick. Shock value was well done. Only reason this book wasn't a 5 star...the needless over description of skills/abilities. It's nice to know when it happens and how much is increased, but like in an MMORPG, I'm only concerned if there is something different. I know what natural skill/abilities Mountain Dwarfs have, they all have the same. I don't need to be told every time Richter analyzes one. Only when it is different then the norm. Other ...more

  • Mike (the Paladin)

    Well...I'm not exactly sure how Aleron Kong became the "Father of American LitRPG" but, well okay. This is an excellent read and it says it's a best seller so you

    And, this is a fun read. I finished it some time ago but just haven't gotten around to reviewing it.

    So what have we got here? (as they say) Our hero (such as he is) is a high level (very high level) player in an extremely popular MMORPG. During a rare quest (that very few players had ever heard of much less found) he comes