Dreadgod by Will Wight
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I'm surprised that this series is NOT losing steam. Usually, by the upper overpowered levels, it's hard to keep us interested other than the occasional epic battle that destroys worlds or whatnot, gods dying or whatever, but this one walks that fine, fine line of always meeting challenges that are just a little too extreme for our main cast.
Dreadgods? As in, multiple? And our preening friend, revealed to be something a bit more than we thought he was, among still greater others?
(Yes, I'm keeping this vague, but damn... the scope is all kinds of perfect, and I was mightily amused.)
This LitRPG is quite delicious.
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