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  • The Titan Series, Books 1-2
  • By: Seth Ring
  • Narrated by: Eric Jason Martin
  • Length: 23 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (500 ratings)

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Nova Terra: Titan and Greymane

By: Seth Ring
Narrated by: Eric Jason Martin
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Summary

Contains books one and two of the The Titan series, a litRPG gamelit adventure.

Titan, book 1

Nova Terra, your dreams, your world.

Trapped in his own body by a debilitating medical condition, Xavier Lee seeks reprieve from his giant-sized problems through full immersion into the game world of Nova Terra. Billed as the first true alternate reality, Nova Terra runs parallel to the real world and promises to fulfill the fantasies and desires of those who dare plunge into its mysterious depths. In order to adjust to his new life of quests, skill mastery, and magic, Xavier will have to forget everything he knows. As he struggles to make the most of his new-found freedom, Xavier will have to learn to deal with a new body, new friends, and a new world that is much more than it seems.

Greymane, book 2

Betrayed and left for dead by his team, Thorn learned the hard way that the game world of Nova Terra is not all sunshine and roses. Stripped of his destiny, Thorn refuses to let what happened to him control his fate. But, betrayed once, can he really trust the people around him? His encounter with an ancient evil and a forgotten God has set him on the path of a ruler and on a crash course with one of the most powerful guilds in the game. He’ll need all the strength, cunning, and courage he can muster if he wants to come out on top.

©2019 Seth Ring (P)2021 Podium Audio

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MC has no personality, powerscaling completely off

I've listened to many books and this is my first time writing a review but holy moly this needs to be said...

The initial concept is fairly cool with the medical conditon forcing an extended full dive and all that. I was initially really excited and REALLY tried to like this... BUT it was just way too bland.

The main character has absolutely NO personality whatsoever, literally feels like following a husk/robot that just does random things without reason. The powerscaling is also abysmally bad. One moment he is really strong and the other he is helpless or just stands still while not doing anything. I'm halfway through book 2 and will definetly NOT be continuing.

There is little to no worldbuilding, and the whole thing about his race is just completely overlooked. Other characters has no depth to them either except for poining out how tall the MC is.

Narrator was decent in my opinion but the way he read the undramatic parts with a very dramatic tone is my only down. Good tempo and all that.

Just feels like such a shame since the concepts introduced and the setting could've made for an amazing story :/

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Exciting

Loved this book, very well read by the narrator and written by the author.

I'm just waiting now for the others to be available for listen.

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  • mr
  • 31-05-21

Needs a better Editor

An enjoyable audio book but on occasion it felt like it had been written with a word count in mind rather than the story. The amount of times the text said something along the lines of "The mighty blow knocked him to the ground. Straining he got up from the ground" the latest three words are superfluous
The narration was excellent and the gripes aren't enough to prevent me for purchasing the next book on the series

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Definitely need more!

A very good start, I enjoyed every part of it, the only other Litrpg I liked was Emarilia by MC. This book grabbed my attention from start to finish, Main character is not your average 16 years old kid, his situation, and people around him are very endearing. I liked the characters from the start and I want more depth in the next book. Great pace, lots of action, and many plots, hope it continues in the next book. Loved it!

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  • 09-03-23

Trying too hard to be what it is not

Let’s start with the good. The setup is quite interesting, and our main character is quite special. A big guy with a big heart, a reasonable amount of brains and charm, and a lot of money. Not a typical MC stereotype. Xavier is like The Hulk and Batman combined, with Superman’s upbringing. That makes for an interesting character dynamic.

However, as interesting as the setup is, the implementation is rather unimaginative. Despite how much as the author likes to remind us every chapter that “Nova Terra is not like other games. It’s a lot closer to reality” and that “Nova Terra is not a Pay-To-Win” game, those two are absolute lies. And the way the author tries to beat those lies into acceptance is genuine gaslighting.

Nova Terra has stats (just hidden), infinite instant inventory (just limited by strength), automatic weight reduction, a virtual shop you can access anywhere, automatic skills that trigger when certain conditions are met, classes that give you instant abilities, grinding quests, dungeons, convenient monster drops, self-cleaning corpses, control points, status effects, spells and abilities that trigger when you shout their name, virtually penalty-free deaths and universal automatic health regeneration that fixes all your wounds if you just wait a bit. That’s just to name a few of the game-like and completely immersion-defeating elements. I struggle to name a single realistic element. Maybe it’s that you can sleep? Totally optional though.

And then it’s supposedly not p2w, but that’s exactly what our hero does to win against the villain. He pays a lot (a lot) of money to get out of an un-winnable situation by literally building out a citadel out of thin air. To be fair, he’s going against similarly rich players with a lot of backing, that pay people to play as their minions. Can a poor person get ahead in that game? Absolutely not. Without Xavier’s money and real world pull through his aunt, he would have just been used by others. Like he ends up using other players himself.

Anyway, despite all the cliches and lack of innovation, I’d have given the story 4 stars if only it had been honest with itself. It tries to sell itself as something unique and ground-breaking, but there is very little value added to the genre. It’s all the same old story of gods and avatars, good and evil, humans and demons, kobolds, nagas and elves you can find anywhere. If Xavier had been better developed as a character, and actually proved he wasn’t just all brawl no brains, it would’ve made more of an impression. As it stands though, for all the PhD diplomas he got at age 16, he needs 6 teachers, hundreds of fights and several months to realize that, indeed “me strong, me can crush enemies”. Incredibly frustrating.

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Slow start but well worth sticking with

So the bad bit, let me get that out the way. The bad bit is the start, the whole sick teenager who is a billionaire and also really smart is tired. The being entered into a virtual world is also a tired process and premise.
That is where i end my negative view of this book. Its not fun or great to listen to but stick with it.
When the virtual world is introduced, the book picks up, the characters feel like they have been given some thought and the decisions made are not always as you would expect. i enjoyed this and moved on to book 3.

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Totally engrossing!

Narration Excellent! Story exciting, fast paced, action packed & original! A giant swirl of science,sword & fantasy fiction writing!

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Worth while listen

The story is great, with such detailed description you feel like you are there.
The narrator has a distinct voice for each character and does a great job keeping you entertained n the end he of your dear

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Good yarn with original elements

I listen to a lot of lit RPG. and have to say that this one definitely ranks up there. I found the pacing good, narrator clear and the story enjoyable with several aspects that I found original and entertaining.

the only thing that I would say I disliked was that the main protagonist basically enters the world overpowered which the author needs to handle in a more consistent manner.

Character growth and relationship development also could use some TLC as it feels a little like MP is handed things on a plate. this is what stopped it getting a 5/5.

don't get me wrong though. I enjoyed it and am just about to go buy the third installment.

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Brilliant read.. listen? Either way.

Unlike a few other Virtual Reality RPG stories out there Seth Ring has done a fantastic job of making almost every main character engaging and enriching. Thorn, although powerful, is pretty well balanced due to his inexperience and this really helps drive the story along as you develop with all the characters - and it really helps that he’s a very likeable and moral character which again makes the story arch engaging.
There is a lot of books in this series, which is great because even though this is 24hours long or so, that wasn’t enough! Currently on book 6 and still enjoying it immensely, and I normally hoard onto my credits so I feel like this is saying something.
Also has to be mentioned that Eric does an amazing job at narrating, really bringing each character to life and matching their descriptions with good voice acting. Very pleasant to listen to.

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