Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Magic Dome Books library

This post is a library. All titles published by Magic Dome Books that you can read online are gathered here. We tried to make it useful for people with different reading preferences. For example, RoyalRoadL - white font on black screen with spaces between paragraphs, Wattpad - for those who read on tablets etc. We'll keep updating the list so there is always something new to read.

Numbers in the table are showing the amount of published chapters (and they also are direct links to the text). Updated links are marked red

Last updates:  
July 16 - New Chapters: Reality Benders, B2 - 8/29 (+2 new!)
July 10 - New book: An NPC's Path, B2: Kingdom of the Dead - 2/x.
July 10 - New release: Level Up, B1: Restart by Dan Sugralinov - Amazon.
June 19 - New audio release: Reality Benders, B1: Countdown - Amazon.
June 12 - New audio release: History of the Galaxy, B2: The Shadow of Earth - Amazon.
June 7 - New Chapters: Level Up, B1 - 10/30 (+6 new!)
May 30 - New release: An NPC's Path, B1: The Dead Rogue by Pavel Kornev - Amazon.
May 24 - New release: AlterGame, B3: God Mode by A. Novak - Amazon.
May 22 - New audio releases: The Way of the Shaman, B7: Clans War. The Sublime Electricity, B4: The Dormant
May 8 - New audio release: Dark Paladin, B3: Restart - Amazon.
May 7 - New release: The Bard from Barliona, B1: The Renegades - Amazon.
May 4 - New Chapters: An NPC's Path, B1 - 6/x (+3 new!)
April 28 - New book: Reality Benders, B2: External Threat - 6/x.
April 25 - Audio book Countdown by Michael Atamanov will be released June 19
April 25 - New Chapters: Level Up, B1: Restart by Dan Sugralinov - 4/x (+3 new!)
April 23 - New release: Reality Benders, B1: Countdown - Amazon.
⇓⇓⇓ - Browse the entire list

Monday, July 16, 2018

What games did the future Russian LitRPG authors play



What games did the future Russian LitRPG authors play?



Actually, LitRPG is a brilliant idea: it’s books striking back at computer games. Don’t forget that games have evolved from books and from the art of storytelling in general, so they’ve always tried to outdo the printed word by telling an exciting story that was also engaging and interactive. And now the tables have turned again. Now it’s books trying to outmatch video games, to the point of imitating system messages and using gamers slang.


Thursday, July 12, 2018

Level Up gif-trailer



Level Up: Restart
by Dan Sugralinov


At thirty years old, Phil is an unemployed gamer who struggles to make ends meet. His only source of income is freelance writing (when he feels inspired enough to add another article to his less-than-popular blog). His wife has just walked out on him, leaving him without money, purpose, or food in the fridge.

On the day his wife dumps him, Phil receives a mysterious piece of wetware. A game interface seems to have been implanted in his brain which allows him to see the world through the eyes of an RPG player.

Now that Phil discovers his real-life stats, he can see they're far below average. With 4 pt. Agility, 6 pt. Strength and 3 pt. Stamina, his most advanced life skill is predictably gaming.

Luckily, real-life stats can be leveled up just like virtual ones. But will it help Phil get his wife back? Can he stop being such a couch potato? Would the new game help him become fitter? Or more successful? Can his gaming skills finally come in handy in real life?

Last but not least, can he find out who could have uploaded the mysterious game to his brain? And how is he supposed to deal with this unknown but apparently omnipotent force?




We'll let you know when audio book is available!



Tuesday, July 10, 2018

An NPC's Path: Kingdom of the Dead




An NPC's Path, Book 2
Kingdom of the Dead

by Pavel Kornev



Release - October 8, 2018
Pre-order: Amazon, iTunes, Google, Kobo

Check out the first book - The Dead Rogue



Chapter One
The Doldrums

THE TOWER OF DARKNESS was impressive. Overpowering, even.
No amount of advertising could impart the  sheer splendor and magnitude of that pitch-black obelisk which towered over the bay. In reality, it looked much more-
In reality?
I cussed and shuddered.
In reality! Dammit! I already considered the game a reality! Having said that... that’s how it was. I couldn’t press the logout button. I had no hope of ever waking up in my virtual reality capsule . My character’s dead body had already become part of the local scenery. It had ensnared me like the Devil’s own net and would keep me so until the day I was reborn. Reborn in the game, that is. Or until I was dead in real life. There was no other way. Sad, but that’s how it was.
As soon as I realized it, I felt free from the Tower’s suppressive illusion. I didn’t even feel like looking at it anymore. I even wanted to go below to my cabin. Still, I forced myself to stay on deck. Dammit! I’d been striving to get to the capital for too long to now hide away in a dark corner and miss all the interesting bits.