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Memories ✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ Memories By Stephan Morse ✼ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk ASIN moved to this editionGrant Legate had a good life Eventually Murphy’s Law kicked him in the teeth Just once was enough to set him back for almost three years He lost his fiancee was fired from ASIN moved to this editionGrant Legate had a good life Eventually Murphy’s Law kicked him in the teeth Just once was enough to set him back for almost three years He lost his fiancee was fired from his prior job and is only now stable enough to stand on his own two feet Meanwhile the rest of the world moved on growing enad of a virtual reality game that allowed its players to completely submerge in a fantasy land This alternate world has helped many others see to the core of who they are By giving them an outlet to be the hero play the villain explore a new world and innovate its setting Grant Legate will get a chance to play and see who he really is when push comes to shove Learning rules for a new world isn’t easy especially when nothing is as straightforward as it seems The machine has a plan and Grant’s just one of the many cogs turning the wheels.


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  1. Sinisa Mikasinovic Sinisa Mikasinovic says:

    After all was said and done this book left me wondering for a good hour It described such an unusually deep and complex world yet touched only a small part of it There is so much to see to do and experienceRight now I'm having one of those 'next episode' cravings It's never fun when an episode of your favorite TV show is over and you need to wait for a week to get the next fix Theoretically I suppose I could go and get the seuel now but I still have 3 or 4 promised reviews to finish Sometimes I hate free books D Cliffhangers am I right? ; Authors have stopped asking for the text this book has been provided for free in exchange for an honest review or similar to be included Not sure what is up with that but I'm fine either way I'd give it an honest review regardless Memories written by Stephan Morse and narrated by Pavi Proczko was a big unknown for me I was offered to do a review and aside from seeing a cover According to some very important and knowing it's a virtual world fantasy I knew nothing about itYes I know A common trap And also the one I freuently fall into Some people would learn by now I can almost hear you sigh But I'm determined to find that one LitRPG gem that I can proudly stand behind and tell everyone aboutSo can I do it here?Well yes and no What the hell kind of answer is that? You must say The hell here otherwise it sounds fakeI don't think I have enough data points to make that call The goddamn book is almost 13 hours long What do you need??A seuel I need a seuelThis is either the best introduction to an amazing series I've seen since the Herbert's Dune or the biggest disappointment I'm going to have in a very long long timeNow that I've answered your uestions and effectively told you nothing let's start from the beginning Loading The BeginingIt is confusingI had absolutely no idea what was happening but was following along Soon it will start making sense right?And it did Although you have to listen to a good chunk of the first hour without interruption Many different puzzle pieces are floating about and you'll need to pay attention to be able to solve it later Honestly I was kind of like the movie Memento I re listened the first chapter now but didn't really have to It didn't make any of it clearer So I got back to that damn cliffhanger I so desperately want to know what happens next And also what happened beforeUgh it's tricky to explain Let me try again I'll borrow the synopsis this time Grant Legate had a good life Eventually Murphy’s Law kicked him in the teeth Just once was enough to set him back for almost three years He lost his fiancee was fired from his prior job and is only now stable enough to stand on his own two feet Meanwhile the rest of the world moved on growing enad of a virtual reality game that allowed its players to completely submerge in a fantasy land This alternate world has helped many others see to the core of who they are By giving them an outlet to be the hero play the villain explore a new world and innovate its setting Grant Legate will get a chance to play and see who he really is when push comes to shove Learning rules for a new world isn't easy especially when nothing is as straightforward as it seems The machine has a plan and Grant’s just one of the many cogs turning the wheelsIntroduction to Grant Legate is very long and we don't really know when it actually starts But it is damn interesting Of course just like with every fantasy book you'll have to suspend your reality here as well Still the world Morse created is rich and offers much His writing style is simply beautifulLuckily there weren't any drawn out descriptions of whatever but even if there were I'd listen attentively through multiple pages just to hear of which particular shade of early summer green that mentioned leaf was Also the previous sentence is completely unnecessarily complicated I'm afraid to go back and fix it it will take me 10 minutes Just ignore it and read on m'kay? ; So nothing was happening And everything was happening I was never bored I listened through I patiently listened through It was like an awesome therapyMany different characters took the stage and it was very unclear who is who for a while and who should we care for or why That was fine It was interesting I realized I was 3 hours into the book and things have just then started happening SlowlyIt was deep complex and complete Unbelievably interesting I could have imagined myself in each one of depicted situations possibly making the same mistakes This was realThe story doesn't give you complete puzzle ever A lot is left over to you to fill in and that leads to very interesting situations I was so sure of something that I must have imagined as a filler the story never told it that I was genuinely surprised when it proved to be the wrong conclusion Oh this book is greatAdditionally these bits and pieces not only help the immersion into the book but leave plenty of space for the author to fill in later onI'd say it doesn't come as a surprise that the Continue Online series is comprised of 5 books with if I'm not wrong 6th one in the makingI don't know if that is physically possible but I'm going to enjoy the hell out of this seriesSo in conclusion The book starts slow moves slow and is slow And I loved every minute of itI've never heard of Pavi Proczko before but he knows his job well He may not have a spectacular range of different voices but I'd have no one else reading the seuelWait Is he reading the seuel?paniccheckingNONO NO NO NO NO NOThis can't be happening There is only one audiobook published out of five NOOOOOOOOOOh I'm going to write some letters now I need the seuelIn case it's not clear this book is a must read If you don't like it it's fine You don't like LitRPG I can live with thatWAITTurns out I cannot use the search functionYay Of course there are books All five of them actually Oh good Gooooood This started causing me the actual physical pain And yes Pavi reads all the seuels WhooshYep all is right with the world Carry on Nothing to see here ; Well nothing aside from a 10000 character review I went full retard here Everybody knows you never go full retardI could have written a book for the time it took me to write this Well maybe a chapter Okay okay I could have thought of a good title for it But trust me on this that would have been a really good titleSo instead have my review novel Did you like it? Also I really like the word really and I really cannot proofread all of this now You'll just have to excuse any of my mistakes You are awesome 3 Memories Continue Online #1by Stephan Morse Goodreads Author Pavi Proczko NarratorVerdict     UnbelievableRuntime     1241Overall     Performance Story      


  2. Bjorn Bjorn says:

    Excellent book made me sad made me happy will follow this seriesbut for the love of all things sacred please get an editor who you are a not related to b not sleeping with and c you have no desire to sleep withEditing is a hard job which reuires lots of patience and skill and whoever did your editing for this book did a very sub par job


  3. ElDani ElDani says:

    Having just finished with the first book in this series I am left both disappointed and profoundly surprisedOn the one hand I went into this expecting a litrpg experience and while the tale has all the components the result is anything but that The story blurb I read on makes it sound very different from the usual fare and that proved to be correct The story is set in some indeterminable future where a company creates an artificial intelligence which is then used to build the most popular virtual reality game in the world and the technology to use it of course If it sounds like your bog standard setting then you are exactly right the author certainly played it very safe and rehashed an overused plot to build his story onAs mentioned already this story is clearly missing any kind of focus on the traditional litrpg genre I had been expecting While the components are present they are mostly used as tools for the stage that is being used in this character driven tale Okay so I felt a little bit misled about that but I like science fiction well enough and was all set to like it a lot because it is surprisingly well edited for an independent author Sadly there is barely enough to the sci fi part of this story either from which the reader can only just infer the basic plot Despite its full novel length I'm not much smarter than I was from reading the blurb on the shopSo what is Continue Online about then? Clearly it merely uses the litrpg genre as a storytelling tool and only scratches the surface of the promised sci fi plot This is very character driven instead Grant Legate the protagonist of this tale has experienced a painful loss in his past and he carries those scars with him to this day That he still view spoilerdances with a virtual reality representation of his former fiancé years after her death hide spoiler


  4. Rob Hayes Rob Hayes says:

    I was given this book to read as a judge for the Self Published Fantasy Blog OffThis book is an odd one From the description it sounds like a pretty standard litRPG Main character heads into virtual online game adventures and personal growth ensue But that's really not what this book is about at all Continue Online is about trauma and one man's struggle to overcome the loss that has defined his life for yearsCharacter development is at the core of Continue Online and it is told almost entirely from the 1st person perspective of Grant Legate After losing his fiancée and burying himself in his job he is given the prize of a life time a chance to experience the hottest game on the planet as an Ultimate Edition player Rather than launch into the game sword swinging and spells slinging Grant goes at it slowly very slowly We get a good sense of who Grant is early on and how his character is not dealing with his trauma As the story develops so too does Grant's personality He learns to enjoy life again along with some rather heavy self discoveriesSetting wise we swap between a fairly standard sci fi future with self driving cars and robots and all the other stuff we've seen a million times and a fairly standard fantasy MMO world Only we barely get to see the world We're supposed to infer that it is gigantic by the minute details of even the smallest characters We literally get to see the day to day life of an NPC But mostly we're just told that it's a really big world and we should be impressed by its sizeThe narrative is slow At times it meanders aimlessly and at other times it takes three pages describing a game of pool There is no action and most of the character development actually comes through Grant living another person's life It's an interesting concept I just didn't really like how it was handled In all honesty I was bored for most of this readContinue Online has an interesting concept and a lot of good character interaction If you are looking for a slow paced book about character introspection with light litRPG elements this one is for you It wasn't for me


  5. Geli Geli says:

    This one definitely raised the bar for LitRPG novels by a long shot Good grammer good style good story What makes this one so fascinating is that the slow beginning was just the needed foundation not only for an online adventure but for intricate mind games and cospiracies If you get bored hang on you will not regret itThe main character is not the most stable individual around and he's still mourning his fiance Surprisingly he gets an Ultimate Edition of a very popular game and enters the game And the deeper into virtual reality he gets the the game becomes reality for him for there are hidden dangers plots and a path that can only become darkerAll this plays before a uniue take on of an online world Don't underestimate these NPCs


  6. A. A. says:

    This book was a rather pleasant read Grant really spoke to me and he was unfortunately for me incredibly relatable His character is a lot believable than some other ones you typically see in stories He's probably my favorite part about this bookThe story's action was rather slow of course but it had uite a nice buildup Although I had admittedly wondered When will we get to the actual goddamn game? than a few times I wouldn't recommend this story for anyone who's looking for the typical LitRPG formula This book alone will not satisfy you The others might but I can't be sure as I've only read the first few chapters of the second book It's a book of characters above allIn any case it's a great read


  7. Jacob Jacob says:

    I was pleasantly surprised at the pacing of this book It isn't a hack'n'slash grinder to level up and the main character isn't striving to be one of the strongest in the land The story concentrates on the main character as a person and his hardships and past problems that still haunt him The game world allows him to play the part of an NPC guide to help others and this NPC has a completely different personality than his Through acting the main character is able to experience the world through a different lens and attempt to come to term with his own problems An honest and unexpected diamond in the rough


  8. M.L. M.L. says:

    I enjoyed this book as an alternative to the standard skull smashing LitRPG adventure There's not a lot of action and adventure here merely a slow meandering plot that explores emotional topics such as mortality and other deep stuff The writing touched my heart and definitely gave me some thoughts I appreciated this book than I ever expected when I started reading it


  9. Lazybee Lazybee says:

    This book failed to impress me The only thing I enjoyed was the affection between the protagonist his sister and his niece I don't particularly dislike lengthy books but pointlessly dragging it out count me out


  10. Karl Marx Karl Marx says:

    The Good Overall it's a good series The writing is good the plot is decent enjoyable characters some decent humor great world buildingThe Bad My issues stem from no explanation being given as to why the protagonist euates consensual PvP in a video game to literal murder The same gos for killing mindless NPC's not advanced AI ones that never come back as literally murder as well This would be okay if he wan't going on and on about it every single time there is a conflict The Neutral Also the prologues in all the books interlude chapters and flash back chapters are all easily skipable without missing anything which is nice cause those suck to read anyway imo


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