I just started the first few chaps, and I already love it.kinza wrote: I also recently came across https://www.fictionpress.com/s/2961893/ ... f-Learning
Its a groundhog day(month) with magic, it has a lot of detail in regards to the magic system so if thats your thing definitely worth checking out =D takes a chapter or two to build up steam but after that its full speed ahead =)
Reminded me a little bit of "Peter of the Wind (War of Contractia) by TJ Dixon" which had a lot of good ideas but wasn't as good. Thanks a Bunch!
All the best Gamer stories have already been recommended (LMS is still top dog imho, but Play to live was amazingly well put together. The universe has the most depth imho), this one is not on the same level, but not too bad either: Latt In The Flesh (Six Siding Book 1) - D.C.F (Author)
I find Gamer style sci-Fi, particularly enjoyable and fun. I wish there were more. LMS would have sold like pancakes in north America if it had been translated and published as soon as available. It's basically genre defining. Unless there was someone else before? I found a couple of others by north american authors, but they were underwhelming. For now, Korea and Russia is where it's at. There's also a Chinese one, but I don't think it's ever been translated.
Here are a few books you might enjoy, that I had a great time reading:
Starship's Mage - Glynn Stewart (Author) - Title says all. loved it.
Brothers: Legacy of the Twice-Dead God - Scott Duff (Author) - A true doorstopper
The Aebeling - Michael O'Neil (Author) - Think Conrad Stargard with Magic
Hero's Curse (The Paladin Files Book 1) - Jack J. Lee (Author) - A very fun read. he also has an almost as good Zombie series.
Not as good, but fun read anyway:
Fimbulwinter (Daniel Black Book 1) - E. William Brown (Author)
Victor Deus (Heritage of the Blood Book 1) - Brent Lee Markee (Author)
Portals of Infinity: Book One: Champion for Hire - John Van Stry (Author)