Ring of Promise: A LitRPG novel : Elements of Wrath Online

  • by J.B. Garner, J.A. Cipriano
  • Narrated by Joe Hempel
  • Series: Elements of Wrath Online
  • 7 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Unlike in real life, Max is pretty good at playing games, so when a new limited-time dungeon opens up in the virtual reality game he plays, boasting a huge cash prize, Max knows he needs to try and complete it if he wants to be able to pay rent this month.
Fortunately, the only guild strong enough to attempt to take it on before the timer runs out needs a tank.
There's just one problem, he's never played with them before, and even if he convinces the Sisters of Artemis to let him join in time to tank the dungeon and collect the prize money, if they wipe, it's all over.
That would be bad because without that prize money, both he and his baby sister will be sleeping in a cardboard box under a bridge, and Max really hates sleeping in cardboard boxes. Been there, done that, sold the T-shirt.


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Sick read

Starts of a bit slow but as the book progresses and u meet the characters u start to get immersed in knowing more about them the narrator does a sick job of the book and plays each character with there own personalities and set of emotions and his job as main char well I'll let u read to see what a great job he does well done joe hempel write man for this book about to read book to and very excited thanks also to both writers well thought out book thanks thanks thank bring on book two
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Path of Exile in written form

I love playing Path of Exile and this is more like that than any other LitRPG I have read, which is nice and I love working out which is the best weapon and gems based on slots etc.
This book looks in to that aspect as well as balancing the battles and the character development.

It’s a story about a guy who has it hard IRL and has to work hard in game to make a living.
I can relate to the MC from the perspective of the disability and the social awkwardness and it’s great to see those moments of “oh god oh god what do I do?” As that’s exactly what I would do.

Sometimes it’s a little graphic, but it’s all in line with the character and him telling his story. It doesn’t go too far or off topic.

The narrator does a good job of it, keeping voices distinct and consistent.

It’s a refreshing take on LitRPG and I encourage you to try it.
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- Tarcha

Book Details

  • Release Date: 24-04-2017
  • Publisher: Jason A Cipriano