Fortress of Shadows (Stonehaven League, #2) by Carrie Summers

Fortress of Shadows (Stonehaven League, #2)

A giant telepathic parrot with a rather foul mouth, a horde of smelly goblins, and a tyrannical demon priestess… Welcome to Devon Walker’s “new normal.” During her first weeks in the deeply immersive VR game, Relic Online, she’s hacked out a home from a choking jungle, gathered a tribe of loyal followers, and earned a wisp stalker who insists she’s some kind of champion. But Relic Online isn’t some wussy kids’ game, and there will...

Details Fortress of Shadows (Stonehaven League, #2)

TitleFortress of Shadows (Stonehaven League, #2)
Release DateJun 16th, 2018
PublisherLonely Crag Press
GenreFantasy, Science Fiction

Reviews Fortress of Shadows (Stonehaven League, #2)

  • Saundra Wright
    Fortress of Shadows is a great second in series for StoneHaven League after the success of Temple of Sorrow! Carrie Summers ability to turn in rapid release and yet page turning, well-plotted novels time after time is nothing short of stunning. Many authors attempt this with far lesser success! Her expertise in not only world building but suspenseful and driven plots in two totally different timelines, one in game the other everyday life of the p...
  • Lana
    I am not a gamer but this second book in the series of LitRPG books is awesome and I feel like I am playing alongside Devon and her friends making this book another fantastically immersive read which I just could not put down till the last line was read. Devon has managed to build Stonehaven and to make her people comfortable and safe, she has discovered the greenscale pendant, the first of the relics she has to collect in order to bring back ord...
  • Judith Cohen
    I am an unrepentant gamer. I’ve been doing it for 36 years, back when that just meant D&D and other RPGs like Steve Jackson’s GURPS (if you’re a fellow long-term gamer you’ll know what I’m taking about), and I both married a gamer and raised two, now young adults, who are gamers (both desktop RPGs and MMORPGS on the ‘net). Now why am I raising this? For two reasons: one is an attempt to get some “street cred” and the second is so ...
  • Dave Wickenden
    Devon is back for another segment of Relic Online, the game that allows you to full submerge your consciousness into a massive world. Devon is still helping her village grow stronger while searching for the next relic that will help her free the city of Ishildar from an ancient curse.She teams up with former team mates, Chen and Hailey who each bring special skills to the battle. But finding and gaining the artifact is only half the battle.If you...
  • Elle
    Another great book!Carries on the online and offline stories for Devon as she bumps into old friends and revelations start to unravel about some issues with the pain and sleep problems.Well written with action packed take charge characters in an interesting world. None of that starter town nonsense but thrown right into the thick of it and building a village in a hostile environment, completing quests to help stabilise the region and let them lov...
  • Cr Rider
    Wow.. I am hooked!This series keeps getting better! Devon and former player friends quest for the second artefact. This is more story than gamelit even though the elements are there. Also funny as Devon has to learn how to use her skills as opposed to automatic mastery. Increasing foreboding as a sinister plot develops both IRL and Relic Online. Editing is decent. Cannot wait until the next instalment is ready.
  • Johnny
    Book twoAn enjoyable experience.To be honest,I enjoyed the first book more. However I am looking forward to book three.I can easily recommend this series. No problems were found while I was reading this book.
  • Daniel
    Solid sequel Fortress of shadows is well written, well paced, and well executed. If you enjoy LITRPG novels this is definitely a series you want to pick up, if you are new to the LITRPG scene this series would be a great place to jump in and test the waters.
  • Selena Lang
    Great bookToo short. I wanted it to go on. Looking forward to the next in series. It has a good storyline and the game mechanics are top notch.
  • Marlon
    YesGreat story progression. Damn i want to live in Relic Online. Well balanced real world vs game world. Liking the stats and all in all a great game.
  • Markus Winkler
    Fantastic read!Can’t wait for the next one. Good mixture of online world quests and real world conspiracy. Give it try :)
  • J
    The ending felt very rushed and the descriptions and combat scenes throughout the story could use some work.
  • Jamie Blevins
    Review I really enjoyed the second book and how different it feels from other litrpg books I’ve read. Keep up the good work!
  • Matt
    I'm glad they expanded on the sleeping-usage thing, but I still don't like it because it's violating af.
  • Christian Molle
    Great seriesI love how this series is turning out! The character development, world and story is really interesting, and i cant wait to see how it all turns out.