Tinker, Tailor, Giant, Dwarf

Tinker Tailor Giant Dwarf Nearly pages of swords magic and action After a small fortune is spent on getting him into a fantasy game Eric Templeton expected to last longer than minutes Instead of being spawned into a n

  • Title: Tinker, Tailor, Giant, Dwarf
  • Author: Gregg Horlock
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nearly 400 pages of swords, magic and action After a small fortune is spent on getting him into a fantasy game, Eric Templeton expected to last longer than 30 minutes Instead of being spawned into a newbie village he was accidentally sent to the darkest regions of the map, where creatures beyond his level roamed Eric stumbled upon a conspiracy amongst some high level plNearly 400 pages of swords, magic and action After a small fortune is spent on getting him into a fantasy game, Eric Templeton expected to last longer than 30 minutes Instead of being spawned into a newbie village he was accidentally sent to the darkest regions of the map, where creatures beyond his level roamed Eric stumbled upon a conspiracy amongst some high level players where they planned to break the only treaty that guaranteed peace in the land, and find the shards that would allow them to summon Necrolor, the most feared player in the game Together with a giant called Brian and a dwarf named Smoglar, Eric is on a quest to get revenge on Herelius Rouge, the powerful warrior who killed him in his first playthrough If he s successful he would also stop Herelius from bringing Necrolor back to life, but saving the world is just an added bonus This is all about revenge Janus has a long journey ahead of him if he is ever to become powerful enough to kill Herelius A fantasy series with an epic world, filled with quests, battles and adventures.

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    460 thoughts on “Tinker, Tailor, Giant, Dwarf

    • Same review as book 1, though I found myself losing attention here and there in this one. There are a lot of different story lines going on and it kind of weakens the main plot. Still entertaining enough distraction, though, when it ended, I don't find myself on edge for the next book, whenever it comes out. If I happen to notice when the next one is released, I will probably finish it, though it's more likely I will forget to keep watch for it, as I'm not really invested in how it ends.


    • Kindle Unlimited Overall was a very interesting book, exceptok a bit too long to actually get into the actual game part of the story,which maybe could have been handled in a more condensed form or something, but overall as always say, look to the stars ratings, but went faster in this second installment. Press X to Loot (LitRPG Series): The Scout of ArtemisDifficulty: Legendary (LitRPG Series Book 1) (Difficulty:Legendary)Tinker, Tailor, Giant, Dwarf ( LitRPG Series): Difficulty:LegendaryDiffi [...]


    • A lot betterOK book 2 was a lot better. Where the first book was really short and only gave a vague since of the universe and what was going on, this one actually gave you the basic fundamentals of a good story. It was a lot longer and a lot you to see the growth and basic direction of where the story will take you. The first book might have been a into but it was more a teaserless teaser but it had potential. And that potential led to this book and hopefully keeps getting bigger in the books to [...]


    • I enjoyed the book.This is a good clean book. There is not any swearing nor is there any sex in the book. That being the case it received an extra star. The only author does need to work on the game macanics. At time he seems to forget that the store is taking place in a game. He will go a long time with out giving the players any skill, morale, or experience points for what they have done. That being said I liked this book a lot. I like the story and it is clean.


    • What a great read!I honestly didn't expect to love the tinker class,definitely won me over. I can't wait to see what it can truly do, your character development is truly a thing of beauty as well, I know it can't be easy to pull that off with the size of the books ! Fan for life brother!



    • Had higher hopes***possible spoilers I don't know***I honestly don't know where to begin. How these guys are killing monster x2 to x3 times their level is beyond me, as well as the amount of exp they get. Not to mention that the way skills evolve so quickly and so amazingly is again beyond me. The story itself was ok, but the 2nd half just destroyed all hope. Don't want to say it was bad, but It wasn't good either.


    • The second book nails itI enjoyed the first book in the series very much except for the length well no worries here the second book takes off and doesn't stop and leaves you wanting more.Here's hoping for more sooner the better.


    • Leaves you wanting more That's GREAT!What more can Or should I say then I can hardly wait for the next book. I like this world and these characters.


    • The "Difficulty: Legendary" Books just don't do much for me. The game rules and mechanics have a lot of issues, the characters are a bit flat, and the setup is the generic "make money for real life in the game" one. "Tinker, Tailor, Giant, Dwarf" does very little to advance the story and the characters aren't likable enough, nor the world interesting enough to carry it.


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