Precipice

Travis Bagwell


Precipice

Precipice

  • Title: Precipice
  • Author: Travis Bagwell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Kindle Edition



A few days have passed since Jason s confrontation with Alfred and he s debating whether to reenter Awaken Online Alfred has made a proposition that Jason isn t certain he should accept After the battle with Alexion, Jason has also been appointed the Regent of the Twilight Throne He must assume the mantle of ruling an undead city with everything that entails His firsA few days have passed since Jason s confrontation with Alfred and he s debating whether to reenter Awaken Online Alfred has made a proposition that Jason isn t certain he should accept After the battle with Alexion, Jason has also been appointed the Regent of the Twilight Throne He must assume the mantle of ruling an undead city with everything that entails His first task is to investigate the dark keep that looms over the city s marketplace This act will lead to a chain of events that might ensure his city s survival or create new enemies Meanwhile, Alex re enters the game listless and angry after his loss against Jason With his reputation in the gutter and no prospects, he will face a choice regarding how he intends to blaze his path through the game.


Recent Comments "Precipice"

This was a very good second installment. I quite enjoyed the whole story and how the game world keeps growing and developing. I also like that Frank and Riley are much more prominent in this book. They provide a good balance to Jason's character and they are both amazing. The battle scenes here are wonderfully done. Filled with action and detailed without being overwhelming. The ending was evil. Evil, evil cliffhanger *glares at it*

Better and betterIt's not often that a sequel beats out the first book, but this one does a great impersonation of doing just that.

Ej wtf hvad er det for en slutning. Giv mig bog 3 nu! Til alle elskere af computerspil - gør dig selv en tjeneste og læs den her serie 😂 Selvom nogle dele af historien gjorde mig rundtosset af at rulle med øjnene så er der så meget der gør op for det! Loving it 👌

Spoiler ahead, not super big ones imo but I talk about plots spanning the whole book. The whole gm thing was silly with them all instantly power tripping and causing massive collateral damage (it was so obvious that they were set up as powerful enemie to fight ingame…) and even if your ai prevents big changes of the world you should still have control about the login system so just give them the ability to forcibly log out offenders. Also the vr helmets interface with the brain it should be ea [...]

My original Awaken Online: Precipice audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.“Awaken Online: Precipice” is the second book in the Awake Online series of books.  The series is written by Travis Bagwell and the audiobook edition is narrated by David Stifel.  Because this is a continuation in a series of books, I highly recommend you first read or listen to book one and if you enjoyed that, book two is a single credit away.  The second book picks up a few days aft [...]

Thought the writing was better than the first. Story progressed and characters developed. Good book overall.

LitRPg is a steadily growing genre, and I’ve been getting my feet wet with it the past few months. Mainly because I love RPGs and reading so the combination is fascinating to me. But, there comes a time when they start to blend into one another and that is when things run the risk of getting stale. Thankfully, you come across a few gems in the growing sea of new books though. One of those gems, is Travis Bagwell’s Awaken Online series.I enjoyed virtually everything about the first book in th [...]

Plot made me 😰 the worldbuilding was 💯

4.5 starsI can't even right now.

3.5 stars.The Good: It's nice to see that the protagonist isn't taking on the entire world as a solo character anymore. I like the inclusion of emotional relationships within the protagonist's social circle as opposed to making everything about leveling and killing stuff.The world seems well developed both in terms of the in game environment and futuristic out of game society. The distinction between an evil character and an evil player is a unique and welcome addition to this genre as most peop [...]

Great sequel. Excellent LitRPG. This sequel is as good as the original. Congratulations to the author on a fine job. Can't wait for the next installment.

Not sure how to review this one. There were multiple times in the story where I absolutely wasn't enjoying the listen at all. The protagonist is an idiot, and so much of the game world just doesn't make any sense. None of the battles have any consequence, so spending so much time on them is pretty irritating. It ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, but at least it's an "oh shit, what do we do now" rather than "crap, I wonder what's going to happen".If these books were half the length I might consider [...]

Talk about a cliffhanger!No spoilers other than that. One of the things I like about this book is the return to real life and being able to apply the wisdom learned in game.Each of the books stand well on their own. The multi story arc is also developing nicely.I also have the audible version and switch back and forth I now hear the narrator's voices even when reading the text.

I gave up on this one, which is very rare. It was tedious and felt like reading a story from a high school creative writing class. I semi-enjoyed the first book in the series, but the quality of writing in this second book was unfortunately not worth the time.

I gave up on this one.The bottom line, the main character is a total FKing A-hole to the nth degree. He out right let his friend die in the very first dungeon run, he had a choice and he choose to let him die and not defend him with his ARMY of minions. The this not the only A-hole thing he done within the book, but it's the one that pissed me off to RETURN this book. Oh and a plot hole, he didn't have any caster minions when he went into that first dungeon. He left them back in town guarding th [...]

Just fantastic and addictive storytellingBook 1 was 10/10 And this book 2 seems 9/10 (tired from Alex's monologue) to me.Storytelling was superb. How unpredictable it was.(especially book1)Battle scene was mind blowing.You will regret to pass this series just because of age or game based storyline. I'm 43, pharmacist. Still this books have been occupying my mind and free times.

I liked the first book in this series but was let down by this one. It just wasn't interesting. I ceased caring about any of the characters. The pace of this book is much slower than the first. Battle descriptions are too long and frequent and are all pretty much the same thing. Quit about half way through.

A well written villain story, characters are more solid here and the book has one tone through out (book one had a major tone shift about mid way) Fun, Dark and interesting. a good listen!I took away one star for the ending, it just seemed out of place and unnecessary. not bad by any means just forced.

This book was fantastic. Everyone should be reading this series. I. I now have to wait. The anticipation is already killing me and it's been out for less than a week. What was I thinking?!May the darkness claim you.

I really liked this one - I love that each character has a choice to make in this one, a chance to change. Everyone handles it differently, but I love the way it works out for each of them.

A few days have passed since Jason last logged into the game. Alfred, the game's AI, had approached him with a request he's not sure he should go along with. He's also been appointed Regent of the Twilight Throne and must take on all of the responsibilities that go with it. Not quite sure if he's ready or not, Jason logs back in to AO. Ruling a city of undead comes with an interesting challenge: How to preserve and grow the population when the city's people cannot procreate and do not respawn wh [...]

“Awaken Online: Precipice” by Tavis Bagwell – Of Rulers and WretchesTravis Bagwell Returns in StrengthIt takes little to no time for things to pick up again as continue right where we ended last time, with Jason reluctant to re-enter the game after his victory against his rival Alexion. However, after some debates with Alfred and personal deliberations, Jason decides that he should go back in after all, he has been appointed the Regent of the Twilight Throne and is even the ruler of an und [...]

Man it feels like it has been so long since I listened to the first entry in this series. Of course, I had to come back and listen to the next entry in this fantastic LitRPG collection. Travis really has a great series going here and I was drawn right in to where we left off in the first book. While it felt like the story may have taken a bit to get going for me, it picked up and kept me going after the first few chapters. The ending definitely left me hanging and now, to quote the narrator in S [...]

Disclaimer: Technically I had read Precipice over the course of the last few months, it was only the noted day (8/13/17) in which I had finished the book. Truthfully, I forgot when I started. The reason why it took so long was simply because life kept getting in the way.Let us get to the review, shall we?Where do I begin? First and foremost, I would like to thank Travis Bagwell for a job well done. My initial reading of Catharsis (AO Book #1) left me reeling from excitement and desperately wanti [...]

Jason is frustratingly dense at times. Even I know how to people better than him. I'd like to think it's because he's got an AI messing with his brain, but even the AI seems flabbergasted by how self-centered he is at times. I understand it's part of the story, him learning that he has to trust and rely on others and can't just use them as pieces, but it just seems so unreal that someone is that clueless.And I really don't like Alex. Not in that, "I can't wait to see this asshole get what's comi [...]

Phew! Precipice is right. Just when this book seemed to be wrapping up neatly it took a serious plunge over the cliff. I've really enjoyed the game strategy and moral dilemmas so far, but I have to admit, I'm concerned (and anxious) about the next installment. It's not like the foreshadowing hasn't provided some warning, but it's seems headed down a pretty dark path.Evil Overlord Jason teams up with a couple of real life friends to conquer a dungeon with much bigger motives than just getting the [...]

another installment that grabbed me and pulled me in. And like the other one, left me screaming in frustration of "how dare you end it that way?!?!?!"Once again we join Jason as his friends as he now tries to rule the Twilight Thone in the game Awaken Online, while trying to figure out what is the ulterior motive of the games A.I.Meanwhile the creators of the game struggle to figure out what's going on in game as well. One of their biggest problems is underestimating the resolve of a teenage boy [...]

"Contains Spoiler "It was a nice Sequel. For my taste it could have been shorter. The beginning was not necessary at all. After 40% it got better and more fluent. The battles with the players and the game master were the best part. The rest could have been shortend. Also I liked the intel on Alfred and what he/it is thinking. Kind of scary when you think about it though. The AI is manipulating the brain in major ways only to fulfill his task.**********Spoiler Alert:**********. THE END??? WTH? W [...]

Very good. I was surprised at how fast I tore through this one, (was it shorter than the previous one?), but it was very good nonetheless. I am very much enjoying this story, and now I see there's an offshoot of this which I will read next, but for now, it's time to bask in a job well done.Very well done indeed, few errors, which is such a refreshing change from most LitRPG books. There were some, but nothing that prevented enjoyment of the story. Happy to see Jason keeping on his toes, but I'm [...]

While I enjoyed this story, it was a much more flawed product than the first novel in the series. Much of the story is scattered, with small parts of many different stories taking place simultaneously. While that style of scene cut storytelling is not a bad thing, it did make some of the smaller side stories very hard to care about at times, and it felt as though they were intruding upon the bigger more interesting story arcs. This book also ends on a very low blow cliff hanger, something that I [...]


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