One of the biggest problems an author faces when they create their own universe is sticking with it until it’s dead. Usually there are a few ways to avoid this, the most obvious being if you do a series about A, jump to Z.
I’ve only read his (or hers) Wild Waste series and Super Sales on Super Heroes: Book 3.
I think he (her) have a foundation for another good universe in the Remnant universe. Yes, the male lead is given an edge, but he’d balanced out by being over his head. For all his faults, you see the positive side in him that his female . . . companions see in him. We would all be better people if we could emulate his stronger traits.
Like a load of his(her) other work I found Remnant to be a real page turner, and an enjoyable read. I highly recommend purchasing this book if this kind of book is something you find yourself buying often.
Over too soon, both in the good way and the bad. Good because it was soo good i want more and I want it now! Bad because the story really did fly by. Lots of the story felt more skimmed than explored, without to much effort this book could have been twice as long and still been good reading. Feels abridged i guess.
Plainly, someone challenged him to write a Minecraft harem story. The similarities cannot be coincidental. Fortunately for us the readers, he's a good writer, and did something interesting with it. Even, dare I say, something new.
this was hilarious and fun, i loved it. its been so long since i found a book that i would stay up till 5am reading not realising the time. it was soo good! i did not recieve a free copy i paid and was not disapointed at all.