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Craft your own world. Trade with neighboring empires. Become a god.

Garrett thought Terra Forma was just a game, but in reality, it was a test created by a devastatingly beautiful ancient goddess to find the most creative man in the universe.

Now, in order to help her defeat an ancient primordial deity, Garrett will have to take a dirt rock and transform it into the heart of the most powerful empire the universe has ever seen.

And to do that, he'll have to unlock portals to other worlds, harvest their resources, and bring back settlers to his world.

Sure, it's a nearly impossible task, but at the same time, how often do you get the chance to play god?

Warning: This book contains adult elements and sheer incredibleness.

©2019 James Garner (P)2019 James Garner

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  • Davis
  • 15-09-19

Wish the MC would just die.

Picked this up when there were no reviews. I have no complaints about the narration. The overall world/story was interesting, it was a refreshing spin on game like mechanics and the God-ling abilities are pretty cool. This book also has references that I actually get. (I was nine when I saw 'Soldier')

Now for the things I hated. Lets write a summery shall we?
Garrett is the most awesome, physically, mentally, and spiritually capable person in the world, and all the girls want him. He is perfect in every way shape and form. He is the world champion pro gamer of Terra forma. A virtually reality world building game that is actually a pretty awesome concept. Garrett has been everywhere, done everything, has a training program that would make a navy seal cry, and still manages to have time to be a nerd.

After sex with a girl with a (lets go with, body of large breasted anime proportions) he takes a 3am run. This is at about nine minutes into the book and I already wanted him to die. As he was running toward a red light on an empty street, I thought that was were the author was going with it. Garrett finds some girls that want to screw him and anomalously joins a virtual gladiator fight. He kicks ass because he is awesome and perfect. Then he defends a woman in a bar from a stereotypical biker asshat that is three times Garrett's size with ease, because he is awesome and perfect. Turns out girl is a goddess. She wants to screw him but can't, and she needs him to save the universe. Insert cringy call to mom here.

1 hour 40 minutes into the book and things actually start. You know the MC is going to overcome every obstacle, because he is awesome and perfect. Meets another goddess. She wants to screw him, but can't. Some actually cool stuff happens. Garrett enters a new world. Stuff happens, Garrett wins, not because of effort, determination, and a little luck, but because the is awesome and perfect. Meets a slime girl. She wants to screw him, but can't. Garrett is like, "No, I'm awesome, let's do this." Then there is a battle that is decent and MC wins less because he is awesome and perfect and more because he used his brain. So that was new.

I think if the Author didn't feel the need so say "MC climbed Mt. Everest" just to justify changing clothes, I wouldn't have hated the MC so much. I think changing or deleting about 1,000 words would turn the MC from "awesome and perfect" to "actually likeable".
The most interesting character in this story is Silent Jay.

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  • Mitchell Gardner
  • 20-11-19

Decent story hidden within cringey sex scenes.

I almost quit listening to this during the first sex scene as it was pretty damn cringey. I ended up just skipping anything that started to talk about sex as I came here for a good story not about some horny male/female hookup to be described to me. I'm not sure if theres anyone that actually enjoys sex scenes within a sci-fi adventure book but if you do then maybe you would have an easier time listening to this.

This isn't something I can recommend to my friends to listen to due to the cringe factor. I did like how the world building reminding me of Modded Minecraft and how collecting the materials was automated etc.
Honestly this book is kind of everywhere, why even have this guy build a world, why not just have him live on a planet with powerful creatures that he has to defeat? I dont really write reviews but this book made me want to warn others that the world building and storyline is built around making the main character "as sexy and cool as possibly" and it was pretty annoying. You can also skip to each parts and have different book ideas.. 1 part where hes an over-powered adventurer, 1 part where he and shifting the world and creating a new environment, and the part where he's a narcissist gamer boy who can do the impossible effortlessly because the author had a hard time developing a proper MC in 2 or so hours of content. The evil villains in power rangers had better character developement then this.

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  • Matthew Burch
  • 25-03-20

There is some pretty hardcore nonhuman porn here.

This really should be considered a hybrid of nonhuman porn, fantasy, and LitRPG. The author might also want to examine the concept of Mary Sue / Gary Stu characters, so they can learn to avoid them. Still, well enough written that I didn't delete it in disgust. Author has promise if they can learn to avoid stereotypical new author mistakes. Will read the next in series to see if there was any learning between book 1 and 2.

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  • Patrick Gallanger
  • 11-03-21

Adolescent porn

Unless you are an adolescent male gamer with serious sexiual fantasies, this book is not for you. I was extremely disappointed and mildly offended by this book.

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  • Ray Johnson
  • 03-03-20

Forged a fan

This book was a fun surprise for me. Honestly, when it first started I got a very powerful Lion’s Quest by MSE from it, and as much as I really didn’t like that book I thought that this was a stronger version and I was digging it pretty hard. The premise is that there is a video game champ who hooks up with a goddess who he thinks he is going home with for a night of bouncy bouncy ree ree stuff, but instead discovers that she is an entity that exists in a game he has played that just happens to be real. She wants him to become a god and build a world that can withstand the Galactus level threat that is about to wipe out everything. Seeing how he has beaten and nearly beaten the monster in the game with few resources she believes him to be the man for the job. He goes to a blank slate solar system and build his planet and populace from scratch.

So, yeah, this is a world building novel, but it also has dungeon crawls, and VR battles tossed in just for fun. The MC also gets jiggy with an ant so set aside your expectations. The book is not what you expect, and it felt like just when I knew the direction it was going I was tossed another curve ball and we went somewhere else.

There are sex scenes, but this doesn’t feel like a harem style book to me, not yet, but maybe soon (like in book 2). This is Litrpg, but in a lighter sense. It isn’t crunchy by most standards, but it is without a doubt LIT, so it qualifies. Biggest issue is that there is a lot of book time devoted to fighting ants, after that we go into a fantasy realm and it gets less repetitive, but in each case the story held my attention and I enjoyed myself.

The narration was pretty good, but with two narrators I was expecting a back and forth exchange, with Moran playing the women, Greenfield the men, and one of them narrating. What we got was one reading one chapter and the other reading from the women’s pov. It was a little disconcerting and not what I was expecting. I liked both of them, but I still don’t understand the reasoning behind the way this was managed. I would have preferred interplay between the two rather than the trading of chapters. For me this was the biggest issue I had. I didn’t mind the OPness of the MC or the lengthy ant battles, or even the sex scenes, but I saw no reason to split the book like this.
Final score? 8 stars. Why? Because of the narration more than anything. I was really disappointed with the swapping rather than sharing of the story, and each time it happened it derailed the flow of the book. Otherwise I really look forward to more from Mr. Archer.

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  • Josh Noneya
  • 17-09-19

Fascinating World Building!

Fun Story and Solid Narration!

Our MC (a well rounded, world champion) is offered a chance to save the world. He accepts and is transported into a game world (Universe?) where he literally gets to play god, build out a solar system, and travel through portals to find allies/conquer enemies.

Story from different characters point of view in different chapters is interesting and gives a better understanding of their view of things.

To sum it up this is a fun "base building" story (people who are easily bored probably wont enjoy this genera) with combat and some haram elements (sex scenes too, though not many)

I am looking forward to the next book in the series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-09-19

summary sold me, first chapter...

I loved summary, skim them when looking for a new book. I thoughtthe premise was great. i like dungeon born and building up a village in Life Reset.

the first chapter made me burst into laughing, never got past it. I didnt notice the warning before... I learned now to always look for a warning

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  • Randall
  • 22-09-19

Good, but needs a better adult content warning

An enjoyable read. A good world building litrpg. The sex scenes were not written well, and reminded me too much of nerd/gamer wish fulfillment. Otherwise, the main subject matter was enjoyable. It was interesting enough for me to want to pick up the second book, should it be released as an audio book.

Disclaimer: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Kayle Getzschman
  • 09-09-19

Good

Like the story but find piontless chapters of sex. Would rather have more story of lvling a different worlds.

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  • ap
  • 13-03-21

male sexual insecurities

every female in the book wants to have sex with the main character, he is huge, good at everything but he's modest about it cause he's a nice guy. There I saved you the time I wasted waiting for the actual story to develop.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 16-01-20

awful

worst book I have ever read. smut from the first paragraph. not even made an attempt to make it readable unless you like foul language to gratify yourself

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  • Ahmed
  • 03-01-20

Not for me.

What can I say about this book? couldn't get past the first 10 minutes, I think that says it all.

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