Otherlife Nightmares

Otherlife Nightmares

Runner and company have safely left the city ahead of the siege. Completing their class promotions with barely any time to spare.

Unfortunately he hasn't discovered the password he needs to begin the logoff process to save the four-hundred thousand or so crewmates left alive in this game where dying truly means death.

The game continues to shift and change with each day and as a byproduct of Runner’s actions.

Not only do the rules change, but those he’s with have changed. No longer simple programs they have reached actual sentience.

Pressing himself ever onwards to learn more about the world he finds himself surprised at every turn.

On top of navigating the ever changing game the outside world has contacted him directly. Now he has to begin to navigate the situation as a gamer, IT support, and an officer.

Of course this would all be a lot easier if he didn't get captured within a few hours of leaving Crivel.

Fate seems to be stacking the deck against him as quickly as she can this time around.

The difficulty has been flipped to Nightmare and no one told Runner.

Title:Otherlife Nightmares
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Otherlife Nightmares Reviews

  • Gavin

    Otherlife Nightmares was the second instalment in William D. Arand's Selfless Hero trilogy. This series is fairly hardcore LitRPG built on the classic Sword Art Online set up. The RPG elements of the ...

  • Steven Naylor

    Rating 2.5 Okay, this one is a little bit rough. The good thing is that I understand more about the possible origin of the rest of this authors stories (maybe). I can also see the refinement of writi...

  • Mikebliv

    The previous book was average but since I like this type of MMO hero stories, I was interested enough to try this second book. Unfortunately, I can't recommend it. The hero was overpowered, and overly...

  • John

    Great character evolutionReally enjoyed, although occasionally Runner, the primary character, just rattles off a ton of orders to his crew in a way that doesn't seem real. More like the author is just...

  • Steve

    This episode moved much better than the first book. Runner is still a social/sexual idiot savant with his ridiculous charisma stat, and his constant teasing of women who have no choice but want to sle...

  • Dave Stone

    not bad,this is the 3rd series by William D. Arand /Randi Darren that I've read and I'm noticing a lot of repetition. Selfless hero/ Super sale on super heroes/ Wild wastes. It's kind of like he just ...

  • GaiusPrimus

    My gripe with the first book is somewhat explained on the second book, but it is still bothersome. The main character should just be called the Pheromone King.I'll read the next one, cause I already p...

  • Tony Hinde

    I'm still enjoying the setting and what plot there is, but Arand has ramped up the Harem elements by 1000%. Fully half of the book is flirting and ruminating on the difficulties of multiple love inter...

  • Johnny

    Just good work Editing is excellent. Story isn't some short piece of fluff work.No bloody cliffhanger! Well written, lots of laughs with a few tears. I highly recommend this....

  • Jay Collins

    Okay, this one was an easy 4 stars and no issues giving the series to this point a 4. I really enjoyed this series so far and look forward to the next book....