Phil Panfilov's tribulations seem to have run their course. He's quite prepared to quit the alien game installed in his brain. In fact, Phil looks forward to a normal existence: both he and his company are in excellent shape. Still, the timing seems to be badly wrong.
Humanity's enemies are stronger than ever. Despite all his new abilities, Phil has never been so close to defeat. But there's too much at stake this time, his interface included. Without it, all his hopes for a better future will be thwarted.
Phil can't afford that to happen. He has to face his enemies and defeat them, otherwise all his work has been for nothing.
Can he really confront a force which is infinitely more powerful than he can ever hope to become? A force which will stop at nothing to achieve its ends...
Overall, a good story that I stayed up much to late finishing. Score: 7.7 of 10
What a great ending to what I think would be a perfect trilogy. Dan has once more proven why Russian writers are the best. He has taken the selfishness and vanity out of LITRPG and has given it heart, morals and wisdom.
Michael S. Morgan
Great conclusion to one of the greatest trilogies i have read. The world building, the sheer immensity of the story and he awesome way the author is able to keep multiple stories in line is just amazing. I wish i had more stars
Do you want a series that will keep you enthralled and excited to find out the proverbial "what happens next!?" Well then, buckle up and read this series! This book wrapped up loose ends from the previous installments, and even split the MC`s perspective so that there were 2 concurrent plot lines that were equally intriguing and exciting. Well written and engrossing right up to the last page. Outstanding!
I was slightly fearful that this book was going to go downhill as has happened with many good book series I've read. But this book was probably the best of the trilogy so far! It was very fast-paced and intriguing.
School Counseling Student