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  • Nova Terra: Worldbearer

  • The Titan Series, Book 10
  • By: Seth Ring
  • Narrated by: Eric Jason Martin
  • Length: 16 hrs and 27 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (66 ratings)

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By: Seth Ring
Narrated by: Eric Jason Martin
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Summary

A nation torn asunder. A world at war. A mystery that will change the world forever.

No sooner had Thorn stepped into his new role as Titan of Earth than the enemies of the Duchy pounced, their armies flooding into Ironhold. With barely enough time to plan their defense, Thorn and the Wolfkin are forced into battle against forces that outnumber them five to one.

To make matters worse, other guilds who have long eyed Nova Luna’s position, are eager to cut Thorn and his friends down to size. Hemmed in by enemies on every side, the only way to overcome this world shaking challenge is to cut straight through it.

Thorn has come far since he first logged into Nova Terra. He has gained overpowered abilities and forged strong alliances, but even he is not sure if his titanic strength will be sufficient to hold Angoril together. Regardless of what happens, Nova Terra will never be the same.

Nova Terra: Worldbearer is the tenth book in the Titan Series, a GameLit/LitRPG series.

©2022 Seth Ring (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Just buy the series, its worth it

Got to love a good cliff hanger!
Cant wait for the next book, hope Velen comes back to help Thorn :(

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I loved it but

It’s well written and fun but really you can have as many legendary items as you want and you don’t go get that staff you left in the elven treshery

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Jumping the shark, punching in the face and stealing its pocket money.

Okay, this is an OK series, it’s fun but it’s not the best written and it’s pretty clunky, but it’s fun and relaxing.
I’ve got a few grapes with this book and then some warnings about this book, read as much as you want.
Firstly, this book has almost literally nothing to do with the world bearer as referenced in early books so the name is completely misleading.

There is what might be referred to as world bearer a decent plot, but the phrase world bearer doesn’t even get mentioned once in the entire book.
My other major problem with this book is that it completely leaves behind the depictions of MMO combat in favour of war, but the only difference the author thinks is between a player party and an army is the number of zeros on the end. 50,000 troops gather in a clearing, splitting into five groups of 10,000 which then splits into smaller groups of 1000… How big is this clearing? You couldn’t do that kind of manoeuvre casually on an open battlefield but doing it stealthily in the clearing in a forest is just ridiculous. Every hail of arrows fired by 50,000 troops wipes out tens of thousands of enemies! Then there’s a battle with units of 100,000 who rotate smoothly. Maybe if you knock three zeros off every single number in the combat sequences they would make sense in a fantasy gaming environment, but they don’t work with those extra zeros.
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This book has absolutely jumped the shark! It completely changes the entire premise of the book. I will probably carry on reading the series, but I’m going to be reading it as a completely different series which just happens to have some crossover personalities. But honestly, I think Doctor Who turning up in the final series of Game of Thrones would make more sense than this book, if you consider the original premise of the series

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Amazing

Absolutely loved it. Seth Ring has done it again. Can't wait for the next one

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  • Joseph
  • 05-10-22

if this is the end than it sucks

invested many hours and sleepless nights in this series I hope there's at least one more book left or an entire new series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 04-10-22

Great installment to setup for the next series

So first off, I noticed a number of spots where it seemed like this was a little rushed.
Seth Ring has some fantastic world-building here but seemed to have a lot to say and do with a single book left.

I didn’t quite enjoy the pacing and would have liked to see more interaction with other characters, but that’s what the next series is probably for!

Overall I’ll be thinking about this book and listening to it again. Sad I have to wait

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  • chandler Loveless
  • 02-10-22

Best series ever!!

Nova terra is hands-down the best book series I have ever listened to, And I look forward with great anticipation to the continuation of it.

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  • Dakota Brown
  • 28-09-22

Excellent conclusion

I already read the kindle version, but this is an excellent conclusion to nova terra, despite the couple of retcons. Do yourself a favor and go to his patreon and read the sequel series to nova terra that's just begun

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  • Reuven
  • 08-12-22

GREAT BOOK!!!!

Thorn had long journey from where he started up to this point, but in front of him he has far longer and bigger journey, journey of new lands and discovery.
I'm waiting and i'm looking forward to listen to it

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  • Disc Junky
  • 07-12-22

Fantastic!!

I felt it was a little rushed at first when I finished the series the first time, but after listening to all of it again; it makes perfect since. I love the thought that once you get "to OP" you get nerfed and sent to another world. And now that I know there is another series starting, it really had all of it in place. I cannot wait for The Forge Master book 1 of the Tower Series to be released next March!! I want it now!!

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  • Andrew
  • 07-12-22

Not sure how to rate this book.

As with all the other books in the Titan series the performance is excellent and the story itself is fun and entertaining. Here is the thing, I can’t find anything about a book 11 and if there isn’t at least one other book this series will have a strange series ending.

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  • CE
  • 06-12-22

Good series

Narration was good. hopefully there's another series that Follows this up the link ending.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-12-22

Glad I listened

I’m sad that it had to end, but glad I got here. If you have gotten to this point you know what I mean.

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  • Douglas Heller
  • 02-12-22

Simply an awesome series

You will read many reviews about grammar and prof reading. I will say there are many errors in the series but to me that's what makes this series so authentic and enjoyable. It's not a perfect but it's close to a perfect series that I've read in my 45 years. Characters are serious when they need to be and comical when they don't. The plot in every book makes each a stand alone without the need to read the next one. But you will sooo want to. And the finale-- well yeah it wraps up everything you knew and then things you realize you didn't up nicely.

Bravo Mr ring