Once upon a time, Devon Walker got trounced by an incompetent chimera... You know, sometimes it would be nice to catch a break. Devon's got a settlement to grow into a city, a game character she'd love to focus on leveling, and some kitchen cabinets that really need restocking. (That is, if she knew how to cook anything besides microwave popcorn.) But regardless of what Devon would like to accomplish with her gaming time, Relic Online and the creator AIs battling for control of it aren't concerned with her precious feelings. The fate of the world is at stake. Demons are rising through planar rifts, and the denizens of the physical realm are sorely lacking in defenses. The ancient city of Ishildar holds promise as a bastion of light that might turn the tide. If only Devon, the brave heroine chosen as the city's champion, could finish her epic quest line to gain control of the place. Of course, this would be challenge enough if she weren't confronted with disasters in the real world. Aft...
|Title||:||Cavern of Spirits|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||318 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Cavern of Spirits Reviews
With Cavern of Spirits, the third installment of the Stonehaven League series, Carrie Summers amps up the pressure, both in-game and reality for her characters. This is the most thrilling, plot driven, LitRPG series by far!
Now that Devon has conquered her demon, literally, in Relic Online, she can settle down to the management of her village. The new additions are settling in, and huts are being built as quickly as possible to accommodate the population growth. Other building has been slower bec ...more
To be completely honest, without the last 1/3rd of the book, this would've been rated lower, and this is a roundup from a 3.5 as it is.
The story seems to have slowed down significantly between 2 and 3, with very little settlement building taking place this time around.
I'll be picking up #4 but if the time it took me to get through this one is any indication, I probably won't jump on it right away.
However it took me a few chapters to get my mind into the story and to remember everything that came before. Think I spotted only 1 typo in the whole story so a big kudos for that. I cant wait for book 4. Honestly hard to put satisfaction with a series down it's easier to do constructive or destructive criticism and there was really nothing to complain about for me other than the 1 typo. Keep up the good work.
this is the third book of a good series. i enjoyed the character development and the events occurring both in the game world and real life. looking forward to the next book.
Developing nicely. Not as strong as books 1 and 2 but an enjoyable resd. Main plot twist could have neen more developped