Savvy Sage Online

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  • 372 pages
  • Savvy Sage Online
  • Richard Sprout
  • English
  • 14 March 2019

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​A first person LitRPG Gamelit Fantasy novel, Savvy Sage Online tells the story of how Nate, a twenty something guy ended up a be Join a fantasy game Make new friends Oh, and try not to die​A first person LitRPG Gamelit Fantasy novel, Savvy Sage Online tells the story of how Nate, a twenty something guy ended up a beta tester for a next generation game system While inside, he tries builds relationships while avoiding evil sorcerers, deadly monsters and learning how to creatively apply his new magical skills in interesting waysOnce inside the game world, Nate quickly makes friends, first with Roger and then Jenny, a plucky warrior redhead who saves him from becoming cat food Savvy Sage MOBI :Ð After that, Nate meets Alice, a mage working tables to save for guild dues When Alice gives Nate a Request, he dives deep magical exploration to help make their ambitious plans come trueTogether, the three fight monsters, dive into a dangerous dungeon, learn innovative magical techniques and plot to create a new place of learning for the curious Debut novel from Richard Sprout, Savvy Sage Online is an original story over , words in lengthPick up this bingeworthy tale today!Themes from the book: Relationships with women, cultivation of magical skills, settlement building, metamagic, crafting, gamelit, game mechanics, RPG elements, level progression, exploration, crafting, skill development and Savvy Sage Online is a book that will thrill fans of authors like Eric Vall, Logan Jacobs, Noah Layton, Tamryn Tamer, AJ Markam and Simon Archer, or series like Princess Master, ExSupers, Herald of Shalia, Skullduggery, Tribe Master and Forge of the Gods.

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10 thoughts on “Savvy Sage Online

  1. Lutfur says:

    Liked this a lot, while the beginning was a bit slow and I didn't care for the Roger guy, everything made sense by the end. Nate's relationship with Alice was cute and I can't wait to see what happens in the sequel with all three of the characters. If you like adventure, polyamorous relationships and innovative magic, pick up this book.

  2. Anil Kumar says:

    I wondered with the beginning of the story if the author was using the cave as a metaphor like Plato's cave, referring to the ignorance of human's and how they'd be confused when they saw the sun. The rock to the face might have represented how reality is different from what you might expect when leaving ignorance behind. Then again, I took too many philosophy classes and maybe I should have just enjoyed the story (which I did!) for the adventure, rather than trying to interpret a deeper meaning.

  3. Ricardo Centeno says:

    Good begining!!

    Honestly the first few chapters I was unsure about, but I Stu k with it and I'm glad I did. The story progresses nicely and the end was satisfying while setting the book up for a sequel. Good job!!

  4. Jerry White says:

    This is my first time reading a book like this and I have to say I quite enjoyed it. I liked the characters and thought they were very interesting. The dialogue was humorous and I liked the way the characters interacted. The story was fun and exciting and lead nicely to the possibility of another book on the horizon.

  5. Khan Rao says:

    Liked this a lot, while the beginning was a bit slow and I didn't care for the Roger guy, everything made sense by the end. Nate's relationship with Alice was cute and I can't wait to see what happens in the sequel with all three of the characters. If you like adventure, polyamorous relationships and innovative magic, pick up this book.

  6. Shopno Premik says:

    Do you like magic? Hot chicks? Romance? Fun filled adventure? If you do, this book is a great way to spend a day, getting to know Alice and Jenny. Sure the fiery redhead doesn't seem as warm to the MC as Alice but the story was good and there's more than enough time in a sequel or two for things to evolve into a much more group oriented experience. I can't wait to read the next.

  7. Goutam Roy says:

    The coolest thing about this book was how the pacing improved, at the beginning, it was a bit slow, but after the first act and the party forms with Nate, Alice and Jenny, the story really accelerates and it's sexy, fun filled adventure from there on out. Am definitely recommending this to friends.

  8. Ryan Tang says:

    A very enjoyable book for fans who like LitRPG & the harem genre. Although I am not a harem fan, the strong game mechanics made this a book I still greatly enjoyed. I would suggest this to any LitRPG fan looking to branch out (:

  9. Raj Patel says:

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  10. Grady says:

    ‘The Quickening is your entrance into the world…’

    Author Richard Sprout offers no biographical information on any of the sites that present his book, except for his handsome photo, and then a nod to his rapport with harem fantasy stories! But that bit of the unknown adds to the mystery of this debut novel – and a promise that there will be more to follow.

    For those unfamiliar with the style, the ‘LitRPG Gamelit Fantasy’ genre is defined as Literary Role Playing and a funky mixture of fantasy and sci-fi. As Richard outlines in the opening paragraph as he introduces his main character Nate: ‘When I was growing up, the idea of Virtual Reality enthralled me. However as a teenager, the systems available had been a disappointment with the immersion limited to sight and sound. Touch, sometimes, but fleeting and not realistic. No mention of taste or smell, a terrible omission that technology took a long time to address. Smell was the foundation of memory, as countless experiments with ants had proven. Despite the lack, I had been very interested in the technology and followed new developments with a keen interest…’ and on into areas of ideas that defy presenting in a review!

    The story is well conceived and proves a fine portal for entry into a world where many are strangers to this genre. The author manages to distill the plot well – ‘Nate, a twenty something guy, ends up a beta tester for a next generation game system. While inside, he tries builds relationships while avoiding evil sorcerers, deadly monsters and learning how to creatively apply his new magical skills in interesting ways. Once inside the game world, Nate quickly makes friends, first with Roger and then Jenny, a plucky warrior redhead who saves him from becoming cat food. After that, Nate meets Alice, a mage working tables to save for guild dues. When Alice gives Nate a Request, he dives deep magical exploration to help make their ambitious plans come true. Together, the three fight monsters, dive into a dangerous dungeon, learn innovative magical techniques and plot to create a new place of learning for the curious.’

    This is a fascinating introduction to a writing skill that Richard Sprout is polishing well. The quality of prose is excellent, allowing those unfamiliar with the fantasy to admire simply because of the writing. For those who follow LitRPG Gamelit Fantasy tales, this book will satisfy. It will be interesting to follow the progress of this promising new author.