Updated: Dec 6, 2020
This New LitRRPG / Urban Fanatsy is more than just a pretty cover.
It has battle a corgi! It's also an awesome book with a unique take on the genre. It has trading and epic fight scenes. The blur between past and present is something super fresh and something I can't wait to explore.
I read this book to my plant. Now its Yggdrasil ◆ TequilaMockingbird
I used to work as a web developer before reading this book. Now I'm holding a greataxe hunting Mastodons ◆ LeeroyJ
I read this book to my yorkie, Milo. He now has 3 heads and goes by Cerberus ◆ i$ellPotatoes
About the book:
Alex is a game developer though he'd much rather stream RPG classics or spend time with Louie. That's his adorable corgi. He also hates people. Not in a homicidal way but rather in an extremely-antisocial one. Unless you hurt Louie.
In such an instant, Alex is pulled in the Apocosmos, where our whole world is just a blip in a colorful tapestry of million others.
A multiverse ruled by a strict system.
Where Norse, Greek, and Celtic pantheons clash. Where dwarves craft, dragons hoard, and vampires don't glitter. A world that is as cruel as epic.
Alex wants none of that though. He just wants to earn an early retirement somewhere in Spain.
There's money to be made in the Apocosmos.
Alex will take advantage of the market just like he did in his MMORPG days, in what seems like an error-proof plan.
But it's a zero-sum game and some people would do anything to eliminate competition.
About the Author:
The three things Dimitrios would grab in case of a fire, would be his Lord of the Rings book collection, his Chrono Trigger SNES game, and his dog, Poko.
July 2020 marked the beginning of his author career with the release of the Mana Trilogy, an epic fantasy saga focusing on world and civilization-building.
Dimitrios was born in Thessaloniki, Greece and is now living in Berlin with his partner and his doggo.
From the author himself:
I was always writing. Stupid small things.
A few years ago, my mother started writing but she did it hard-core. Like 7 epic fantasy books hardcore.
That's when I decided to write something and publish it. So I started writing a fantasy trilogy.
Halfway through book 2, I got a great idea.
I was reading a manhwa called The Gamer and thought that having levels, skills, etc. was a really cool concept.
However, I thought that the medium (manga/comic/manhwa) wasn't doing such a story justice.
So I had the idea that it would be cool if a book was like that.
Honestly, I thought I had the most amazing idea in the world. A book with levels, skills, raids. Such a breakthrough! Only it wasn't really. When I finally did my research, I saw that there is a whole genre called LitRPG that is exactly that.
So I started reading it while barely keeping myself from quitting the fantasy trilogy and starting writing LitRPG.
It was really tough but I needed to finish the trilogy. And so I did. I learnt a lot, both about publishing and writing and even though I wish I had started writing LitRPG earlier, I think Berserker is a better book because of it.
The Apocosmos series is going to be the story of a man that went through hell only to become a slave right outside of the actual 9 hells.
A man who was selfish, weak, and toxic to the ones around him and how he became a powerful through hardships. I sincerely hope people like it. Go check it out!
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