Summary

Even heroes die.
For Riley and his friends, Sigil Online has never been more real. With the latest expansion, pain has been enabled and will now affect all players in-game.
Aptly named "Hellions", the expansion introduces monsters, but not the kind that paragons have been fighting for the past several years. This time, players can be the monsters they once sought to destroy. But in a game where playing means having the money to survive in the real world, what will Riley do when death in the game doesn't just mean an end to his character, but an end to his life?
©2018 Jeff Sproul (P)2018 Jeff Sproul
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 05-02-18

Hellions is a fun, fast paced, leg breaker of a bo

I did have some issues with the game mechanics in the first book, which you can read in my review for that book, and they are still here in this book, but having finished the first book, it doesn't hit so hard in this one.

Anyway, this book picks right up from the first one, and dives right into a mess of issues for our characters. Riley is finally getting himself situated to do more that just buff and heal his comrades, and is actually mixing it up with the villains now.

The pacing is great, the fights are fun, and it gets better every chapter. I really think Mr. Sproul has hit his stride as an author. The book is fun, and I will happily get any more that Sproul writes. Jeff hays, as always is a master vocalist, and only adds to the story with his characterizations of a cast of dozens. The dude has Jedi voice powers, like totally . . ."these aren't the droids we are looking for", kinda stuff. Story, performance, and the other skittles are just great. Read it, you'll be glad you did.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Logan79 on 14-05-18

Glad the dying thing doesn't seem like it will be

glad the chances of the players really dying isn't as likely to be an issue in the subsequent books. I am not sure I could believe every player still deciding on playing willingly with those risks.

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