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Book 4. Dominion by Travis Bagwell. The fourth installment in the best selling Awaken… More. Shelve Dominion. Unity by Travis Bagwell. A side quest adventure in the best selling world o… More. Shelve Unity. Book 5. Hellion by Travis Bagwell. Jason's back! And he's ready for some revenge! Roug… More. Shelve Hellion. Ember by Travis Bagwell. Desert sands. Arcane magic. A love lost. Finn Harr… More. Shelve Ember.

Flame by Travis Bagwell. Deadly competition. Deep desert. A dying tyrant. Shelve Flame. Inferno by Travis Bagwell. The epic conclusion of the Tarot series! A cripplin… More. The game has become to contrived, so I no longer care about it or any outcomes from it. The court case and real world disposition is still fun. Since they seem realistic. flag 5 likes · Like · see review.

View 1 comment. May 04, Bender rated it it was amazing Shelves: litrpg. It certainly would help if you have read them all and knew the backstories but it's not really mandatory. Just take some references at face value and push through and soon we'll get to current narrative and leave history behind.

Starts off a bit slow but then we get to the main event sometime quick and after that, it's just a breakneck race against time to the finish. Absolute blitzkrieg of a read! Epic'est of the epic battles till now and takes to plot to another level of murkiness leaving you with anticipation and probably screaming for more!

Should be mandatory for all sequels! The book initially takes a bit of time to set the scene as our favorite gang of sinners embark of a impossible quest. they realize things could start off as impossible and still get bleaker.

And we all know next time for Jason to come up with a nutcase of a plan. And this one is probably a dooze, king of nutcases. One thing lead to another and we are treated to high octane, action packed game of chess as the avatars Jason, Finn, Eliza, Alexion and their lieutenants strategize and counter-strategize against each other. Sure was a page turner and hard to put down.

The writing structure was different too as we get to see Jason in a new situation and near half the book is told as a flashback. What is interesting is that Travis has meshed the out-game current events with in-game flashbacks so deftly that the time shift is zero making this into a seamless story. I was hooked as the plot twists and turns come across as Jason and Finn counter-move against each other. If Travis had a habit of pulling rabbit out of his hat, he's likely to have enough for a rabbit farm now.

The events are tied in with a grand finale that will likely make the out-game events as highly anticipated as in-game events going into next book not that it wasn't the case now, but even more! Now I'll admit I wasn't a fan of Finn in Tarot, but here he comes into his own as a strategist equal to Jason. their to-and-fro makes for a big chunk of the book.

Eliza, Frank and Riley all mature as characters as they level up. I hope Julia gets her own side quest, as her perspective was one I really wanted more. flag 3 likes · Like · see review. Jul 05, Eric rated it it was amazing. If you see me back in Catharsis in the next few days you know I squeezed it is. Gods this was awesome.

To think this is all in Travis' brain. flag 2 likes · Like · see review. May 16, Irene rated it liked it. he needed the book review he gave at the beginning. A side note: As someone who studies and occasional teaches WWII history, I disagree on his Truman statement. There was a third solution, but the bombs were to help intimidate the USSR and Stalin from being too bold in the face of US military might.

May 18, Aaron rated it it was ok. Fun story plot, poorly written The story line is captivating, the characters are fun though they suffer from personality merging a little much. The overall story is however ruined by WAY too many deus ex machina instances that makes one wonder if the author plans only half of the book and wings the rest.

Also, too many tell instead of showing moments, which leaves the feeling of empathy for the characters dulled out. Overall, too many tropes ruin a decent plot. May 03, Travis Givens rated it really liked it. Travis Bagwell crafts an amazing adventure that follows Jason and team as they go on the offensive. Bagwell changes up the narrative framework in a few key ways for this book compared to his previous installments.

In Hellion, all but a few chapters exist entirely within Awaken Online which is a significant departure from the previous Jason-centric story, Dominion. We're also introduced mid-timeline with a bulk of the story given as flashback. I actually liked this because it gave Bagwell the free Travis Bagwell crafts an amazing adventure that follows Jason and team as they go on the offensive. I actually liked this because it gave Bagwell the freedom to gloss over aspects of events as needed to maintain pacing.

It also creates a natural buildup to the excitement in the final battle. Lastly, we see Bagwell's philosophy roots in action. Sprinkled throughout the entire book are several arguments that outline the philosophical underpinnings of the Awaken Online series.

Kept to a few paragraphs a time this is an interesting and welcome addition that doesn't distract from pacing or feel out of place. I enjoyed this book thoroughly and read it almost in one sitting. I did have a few minor issues with the story which knocked it down from a 5 star for me on my first read.

With the events of the last section of the book I'll be very curious where we see things go from here spoilers below : view spoiler [Finn's reveal in the epilogue seemed out of place given the version of him we saw in-game after activating the Armageddon protocol. The "I planned this all along" back and forth between Finn and Jason wore thin on the 3rd iteration through. The scope of abilities displayed by the avatars represents a capability to destroy cities as needed.

This represented a significant scale-up in destructive power that will hopefully not back Bagwell into a corner as far as the action goes in future books. Though, Bagwell's earned cautious optimism on this front given his track record. To end on a positive note we are left with an ending that will bleed into future Jason installments. I would consider both Alfred and now Robert as unreliable mentors for Jason. They each seem to have secrets and their own agendas and actions they're keeping from Jason.

Also, given the billion and a half video views and the wording of Jason's contract, hopefully he should be financially solvent for the foreseeable future. Perhaps this is his natural out. hide spoiler ] flag 1 like · Like · see review. Oct 09, H Rez rated it liked it Shelves: litrpg , vr. Not a fan of the 'stuck in a bind' lets reminisce about how I got here before the plot can progress style. Seems to me it just puts you in a holding pattern when you're anxious about how the heck the MC will get out of this while making the entire story until you catch up to the present of lesser importance since it's already happened and you know where it'll lead.

Nov 05, Jason Meuschke rated it it was amazing. Another great installment in the series. I'm especially enjoying the MC's character growth and rising stakes with each installment. That and perhaps the annoying was Travis hooks us with yet another cliffhanger for the next book haha.

May 16, Lance Wheeler rated it liked it Shelves: litrpg. Starting from the middle of the story ruined the suspense Good story. Great writing and style, just did not like starting in the middle and working back to it. Completely eliminated the desire to read it. Found myself skipping over "old" chapters that had no meaning since I knew where it would end.

If it hasn't ended so well I would have given this 1 star. May 25, Shuvo Khan rated it it was amazing. This was awesome. The author has grown much in his writing style. Can't wait to read the next book. Apr 14, Sean rated it it was amazing. Super solid book. Read the early access copy through Patreon and was totally worth the build up reading chapter by chapter as it was released.

Very well written with a solid plot would highly recommend the series as a whole! May 21, Clint Young rated it it was amazing. I am glad that I read it. You should try it too. Unfortunately, some of our fellow readers are offended that I am not pouring my heart out and offering a detailed and intimate breakdown of my thoughts on the books. As such they have reported me to the authorities and I have been warned against continuing my bad behavior.

I will not. So I may be banned. If so, it was a fun journey with you. If I enjoy a book, my goal is to promote it and help the author by encouraging others to read it. I am not going to share my reasoning, thoughts on the book, or any opinions that would influence your decision to read it. I am simply saying that I liked it.

I would like you to read it and make your own decision. After all, you are a much better judge of what you will like than anyone here. As always, I am open to debates and arguments, but also vain enough to seek acknowledgement, so feel free to roast me or applaud my efforts. Either is acceptable, because if you are paying attention to me then you are at least considering the book.

And THAT my friends is exactly why you see my comments here. Jun 22, Mr SSingh rated it it was amazing. Very minor spoilers When I saw the return of the Fire Ants, I got worried that it was the direction it was going to head in and we'd just get a lot of grinding Boy was I mistaken.

That's luckily only a few pages, maybe a chapter, and its over fairly quick. Then we get to the lead ups and to the main event. And HOLY SHIT is this epic. Like 'The Return of the King' movie epic taken to crazier proportions.

There is so much that happens in this book, its not even a rollercoaster ride, its like a hur Very minor spoilers When I saw the return of the Fire Ants, I got worried that it was the direction it was going to head in and we'd just get a lot of grinding There is so much that happens in this book, its not even a rollercoaster ride, its like a hurtling ship trying to dodge asteroids.

It just starts with a calm before the storm and then gradually the rains come and the lightning, then the storm hits and it just goes to levels of insanity. Normally reading strategic blow by blow bores me, Foundryside , but here it's so expertly done that I'm following along, even when I miss stuff, it's ok because the next 'move' will wow me, and it does.

The author keeps it moving and constantly engaging, whilst managing the characters, relationships, having touching moments between characters, the humor although I missed some of the humor in the notifications they were more straight forward this time around , and the badassery. So many favorite parts: A ton of video game tropes are used here and it's awesome. My favorite was the 'worm shell game' which reminded me of the Zant fight in Twilight Princess.

Westley grew on me and I enjoyed his growth as a character and his POV in the last act had me grinning and laughing the way through, I loved it, probably one of the best parts, of the book, and that's saying a lot because there are a LOT of best parts.

Its such a cool perspective to have for the events that happen. Everything from when Jason and co get to the 'place' and after. It is a book where you probably KNOW or can guess what is going to happen in terms of overall plot for the most part. But you're here to experience HOW it happens. It's the HOW that is constantly engaging and compelling. Then it just ramps up more and more, and moves so smoothly, so effortlessly in how much is juggled here, until all the story arcs merge, like the best final thirds of your epic fantasy series.

Again it reminded me of watching 'Return of the King', or 'Return of the Jedi'. Hellion throws everything and the kitchen sink. There are so many types of scenes, events happening that I never felt it was ever the same thing twice. In cases where it might of been, the tactic was done so differently it never felt that way. It was always reinventing itself with interesting twists, and new strategies. There are even really important questions asked and a conversation between characters about them that adds another level of depth to what's going, not just in this book but the whole series.

Then the finale, I won't spoil but was interesting and I didn't see coming which was nice, and there is going to be another book. I was thinking it'd have to be a different style or at least a completely different plot because I can't see how the author could top what he's done with the plot here. AO: Hellion gets five out of five stars from me, there are a few flaws that I've mentioned in previous books but they didn't bother me here because its so brilliantly done, exciting, thrilling, and just a blast to read.

AO: Catharsis is still my favorite because to me its a more unique conflict even though its not nearly as grand, whereas Hellion has a conflict that is probably as old as storytelling itself, but told in a unique way. This is now my second favorite in the series behind it. Got me excited for and anticipating the next chapter! Jul 30, Siri Lynn Colomy rated it liked it.

This also applies to Finn regarding his Rachel motivation. I get it, his character is capable of more than your average bear. Just my humble opinion, but Dude Mr. Travis Blackwell, sir ; please just finish the damn story already. May 08, Erika rated it it was amazing Shelves: cool-sci-fi.

There is a lot, and I mean a lot going on here. We have the two heavy weights of Awaken Online fighting in this book. We all came to love Jason, the OG avatar, but then we got to know Finn and we got familiar with him and his difficult position I still prefer Jason , but this time, it's both of them against each other, and the battle is quite epic.

The book starts with the CPSC demanding Jason to be interviewed by a psychologist to see just how stable or unstable he really is, but the interv There is a lot, and I mean a lot going on here. The book starts with the CPSC demanding Jason to be interviewed by a psychologist to see just how stable or unstable he really is, but the interview is to happen inside the game, and we find the interview being held in a dungeon, where he is Finn's prisoner.

How did he end up there? That's what we find out little by little, but as we all know by now, Jason always have a crazy plan ready to be implemented, he is not giving up, but Finn, well, he is another character that cannot be underestimated. So much happens here, it's like a game of chess with two master players, and they are both really good. The book is engaging, once you start reading, you can't stop, and it's quite a long one, but oh so worth it. We now see how every piece is being moved, and how everyone is playing a second game behind the scenes.

Who is an ally and who is a foe? Who can you trust? Things are definitely not what they look like, and it seems that we still have a way to go before we can find out what is really going on. We still have to avatars to meet, and a lot of secrets to uncover. Can't wait! Jun 30, Trevor Mccue rated it it was amazing. Best in series. Sometimes writers write a great book and as time goes on they flag. This series is the complete opposite.

This is by far the best book in the series. It is amazing. Halfway in the book I was cooked and done. That was only half time. I have read every book in this series to include side quests. Hands down this is the cherry on top. Jul 19, Mike rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was undoubtedly the best book of the Awaken Online series, and it honestly might be the best book I've read within the LitRPG genre period.

I only really had minor issues with the very end, so spoiler warning. I do think Bagwell could've drawn out Jason and Finn's war a little longer, where instead of Finn and Jason teaming up at the end of this book, it ends with a full victory of one side or the other. I felt as though there was so much bad blood between the two, that it naturally would've taken another book or two for them to finally sit down and listen to each other.

I was still very satisfied with their team up though, even if it felt a little premature or unnatural given Jason had just murdered over 8, of Finn's residents. I loved how Jason had planned for the high possibility that he'd be captured. The whole thing barely makes any sense given every interaction in the entire book between the two main characters.

It also honestly just felt unnecessary too, since Bagwell could've easily written that Finn's plan was to just have a huge battle with Jason so he could break into Alfred's Server Room - that being the real reason he challenged Jason to begin with, hoping it would be a massive battle and event that would leave Cerulean Entertainment vulnerable.

Bagwell took it way too far though, made it feel contrived and disjointed, and then basically gave you a feeling that all the amazing events of the book were mostly pointless. The more I think about it, the more I wish the last few lines of the book could've just been erased. This book could've been absolutely perfect if not for this last second reveal in my opinion.

flag Like · see review. Jan 15, Books With Kate rated it really liked it · review of another edition. Was considering giving up but now I'm back in After Evolution I was ready to give up on the series; then came Dominion, which was better. Still, I was hesitant, would Hellion help this series to find its way back to going strong, or was it going downhill after all?

Well, in my opinion this book succeeded in being great again - such a relief! We're back to the same level of excitement and entertainment as the first two novels. I think one of the reasons is that most of the plot is in-game again, th Was considering giving up but now I'm back in After Evolution I was ready to give up on the series; then came Dominion, which was better.

I think one of the reasons is that most of the plot is in-game again, there are hardly any real world scenes. Also, the in-game adventures aren't as useless and meaningless as the random quests in Evolution. There are actual stakes now. A nice improvement, imho, is that some of the issues I had with previous titles, are resolved. Although I can relate to some of the issues others have mentioned in their reviews, I'm still pleased to note there is far less teen angst nor cringy teen awkwardness, Riley is far less bitchy, Eliza is less whiny, and everyone is less annoying overall.

Plus, I enjoyed the new minor character, Westley. In short, improved writing. I disagree with some reviewers that the fact that a big chunk of the story is conveyed through flashbacks, is a spoiler. It is not. Although I must say that to me, from the beginning it was very clear and thus, a predictable plot point , that things would not end there; but because I could not predict the details, I was still interested in following the story.

And was pleasantly surprised and entertained by how everything was resolved in the end. For the people that read the other Awaken Online trilogy: Finn and Jason are both in this book, the author knitting those two story arcs deftly together, with the emphasis still on Jason of course. I haven't read that other trilogy myself, and I can safely say that you don't have to, in order to read Hellion.

The author provides enough context to be able to follow along with Finn's character without having read his origin story. All in all, I'm very happy with the renewed quality of this title. I hope the author keeps this up, then I won't hesitate to purchase the next title. Feb 14, Kyte rated it it was ok. I do not get all the 5-stars review. While its decently written, I have become increasingly disappointed in the story. When I started the story book 1, I expected a point of view from the "bad guy" in the game, someone who bends the rules, is ruthless and must fight everyone while dealing with real-life consequences and moral questions.

There is little to no real-life interaction here and while everyone around him is allowed to cheat or get po I do not get all the 5-stars review. There is little to no real-life interaction here and while everyone around him is allowed to cheat or get powers right out gifted, our main character gets reprimanded when he uses the rules in a not expected way not expected from the all-knowing and -powerful AI as he gets thrown into one swim-or-die situation to the next.

Jason is not the Villain in the story. Nor is he the Anti- Hero. He is just the puppet on the string of the AI, and that is not a very enjoyable setting for me. Not a drawn-out battle over half the book where everyone is just saying that they expected that outcome and have prepared accordingly.

Dec 19, Omri Dallal rated it it was amazing. I feel like series is like the MCU and this book was the equivalent of the avengers movie.

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Evolution by Travis Bagwell. Jason's back! Books by Travis Bagwell. Showing But will it be enough to take down Finn and retrieve his gate piece? To ask other readers questions about Hellion , please sign up. I felt as though this book was written for a middle schooler with the B rated boring conversations.

And HOLY SHIT is this epic. Though now Finn and his team are firmly implanted in the main series. We have the two heavy weights of Awaken Online fighting in this book. Nor is he the Anti- Hero. THANK YOU! Best in series. And we all know next

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