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On her sixteenth birthday she was inadvertently implanted with a Neural Enhancement Chip instead of the free Government provided basic level personal AI This mistake not only removed the limits placed on the AI but also broke some of the Government instigated control parameters Leah’s life ra. Mixing sci fi and fand fantasy is something I never expected to work this well Leah grew up in a kinda neighborhood which also makes for excellent survival skills in her case She worked for the local boss on the side while also gaining valuable skills Finally she was determined to make it in life so she also focused on her education even to self teaching herself beyond the normal level When she got her chip for an AI so as to further her education she was advised by her boss to play virtual games so as to make money for herselfAnd that s where the fantasy comes in First of all all her chip had a few extra advantages that made for very interesting modifications to her biology and the sentience of her AIwhich was supposed to be pretty low level she also helped this along by giving the AI freedom that others hadn t thought of When she entered the game world her home training her parents being Christians made her exceptional immediately advancing in virtual days what took others v weeks or months She also caught the attention of very bad people when she saw the atrocities that the virtual world was being used to inflict on the poor and unsuspecting She made it her personal mission to free those who have fallen into the trap that she was saved from All in all she became rich in days through very good playing caught the attention of very powerful people and raised hell

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Nascent The Stork Tower #1

Pidly becomes a battle both in the virtual multiverse and in real life On the Stork Tower by Wáng Zhīhuàn Along the mountains sink the last rays of sun Towards the sea the Yellow River does forward go If you would fain command a thousand miles in view To a higher storey you are expected to g. This was an enjoyable and entertaining read Atherleah is a kick arse character not for the physical stuff or at least not only for the physical stuff but because of her intelligence and empathy Looking forward to the next book in The Stork Tower series

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Atherleah Carroll grew up in a negative tax family in the gang controlled suburbs of Brisbane at the end of the twenty first century From the age of six she decided that she wanted and with the help of her local gang leader she learned the skills to escape the relentless pressure to mediocrity. As of Nov 10 2017 I have read both books and eagerly await the third I have read uite a few litrpg and I have to say that for me this is the best I have read and I don t say that lightly In some ways it reminds me of The Trapped Mind Project Emerilia Book 1 series by Michael Chatfield It isn t similar just reminds meThe two books as of this writing of this review Nascent The Stork Tower Book 1 and Odyssey The Stork Tower Book 2 were not only a joy to read combining real life and two major game worlds but also deeply affected me personally by the reflections of Leah the MC in what she says in her diary I will definitely be re reading the books to think on what was presentedI appreciate a good story but than that I appreciate a good story that helps me to grow as a person These two books have done that for meThere are editing errors in both books but imo do not warrant a loss of a starNOTE TO Tony Corden Please set up your author page with profile and picture This fan would like to know about you


10 thoughts on “Nascent The Stork Tower #1

  1. says:

    Honestly one of the BEST LitRPG books I have readFew typos which is uncommon in this new genre Great character

  2. says:

    As of Nov 10 2017 I have read both books and eagerly await the third I have read uite a few litrpg and I have to say that for me this is the best I have read and I don't say that lightly In some ways it reminds m

  3. says:

    For some reason I've really been craving some litrpg book and noticed this was now on KUIf you are looking for some ff then this not the castle you are looking forI'm not going to go into the premises but into one thing I really hate

  4. says:

    Mixing sci fi and fand fantasy is something I never expected to work this well Leah grew up in a kinda neighborhood which also makes for excellent survival skills in her case She worked for the local boss on the side while also gainin

  5. says:

    EnthralledThere are things I love and dislike about this book The whole concept of a futuristic society that stays jacked in almost constantly sounds somewhat familiar I'm sure there are some who would love that The obvious misspellings annoyed me along with the grammar problems I'm used to seeing these in translated light novels but I don't pay for thoseStill the story was well worth it although I find myself disappointed that Le

  6. says:

    I liked the story outside of the game much than other litRPG series I've read It really could have benefited from even a single editing pass There were many grammatical and simple typos The AI implant being capable of gaining its own sentience is a great idea and I hope this is explored much in the coming books

  7. says:

    Things I enjoyed The Stork Tower theme the world building Leah is competent and rational and conflicts and obstacles aren't based on

  8. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyable Several annoying misspellings and other various typos The ending wasn’t a cliff exactly well maybe a cliff exactly but I felt no urgency due to plot armor But like I said thoroughly enjoyable so on to book 2

  9. says:

    This was an enjoyable and entertaining read Atherleah is a kick arse character not for the physical stuff or at least not only for the physical stuff but because of her intelligence and empathy Looking forward to the next book in The Stork Tower series

  10. says:

    What a future Cordon has created here It is both dystopian and utopian and is a wonderful story with much room to