Demon Lords

Demon Lords

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, litrpg, 2019, epic, Fantasy

It’s been years since anyone has seen Noble Vincent, the player that brought down World-Tree Online’s tyrannical moderator. Even with a lifetime of perceived experiences in the game, he still has centuries to go before the update finally ends and the people trapped in the game are freed. After taking a long vacation and traveling to many worlds, he realizes its time to get his team back together so they can try to reach the top of the World-Tree.

However, Vincent’s goal will eventually lead him to Styxis, a world consumed by a never-ending war. His path will bring him at odds with Noah, a former member of the Great Vanguard. Noah’s team climbed higher than any other before the angels crushed them, but like Vincent, he’s a man that obsessively chases his goals no matter the challenge.

Noah’s choices will lead him and many others down a path that will push the strongest players of the game to their limits. When Vincent gets caught in Styxis’s never-ending war, he too will have to decide how far he’s willing to go just to win.

Title:Demon Lords
Edition Language:English
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    Demon Lords Reviews

  • Caleb

    Just as good as the first! Loved the first book and the second did not disappoint. Love the world that author has created and hope that he continues to write in this world for many years...

  • Arthur Hayes

    It felt like book two took forever to get to us but even through that wait everything was still fresh and enjoyable. Really enjoyed this book and I look forward to book 3....

  • Drew Ruffa

    Fun bookI enjoyed reading this book. The only sticking point I have was the bouncing back and forth between the ne characters and the old. Otherwise, I highly recommend....

  • Vincent Archer

    A second book in a very innovative LitRPG trilogy.The entire idea of having people stuck in the game during an update, and having to wait it out to logout is good. When a 30mn patch has the game lasti...

  • Matt

    I like the trend of the primary antagonist or secondary-primary characters leaving the game after each book. It simplifies the plot that we know for certain that, for example, Lucas is never going to ...

  • Ryan

    Solid story but some rough style spotsI am really enjoying this series. It's unique in a lot of ways especially pacing that creates a neat epic feel. The characters make decisions that surprise me tho...

  • Ryan Evans

    While I didn't quite enjoy this story as much as the first in the trilogy, it was still very good. The style follows the first book, and like the first book, I would like to see the characters growing...

  • Dayton

    Building A Better VillainIn the last book, the main villain (Lucas) felt flat, selfish, and gross. His dialogue and thoughts were all roughly the same. To me, he felt like a horrible person without an...

  • Mahesh Nakka

    A very good continuationI mean after the first one, I have less expectations on this because I am sure the first one was way impressive and may be we didn't find that same bad guy but this one exceede...

  • Dayne

    Great sequel to the first book!If you haven't read the first book in this series, I highly recommend it. Then come back and read this one. Without over-splaining things, this series really captures th...