Forever Fantasy Online

Rating 5 / 5

This is one of the books that tick all the boxes for what I look for in both litrpg and transformation.

From a litrpg standpoint the lack of statboxes mean the story is not interrupted. You still have the equipment and the bosses.

The story starts off with the players becoming their game characters in the game world. Very quickly they realize that many of the game mechanics are no longer working.

Their are two plots that the story splits between. One of them is a group that is trying to stay in front of a boss that has escaped from it's area. The second is a cat who is trying to get to an area and save a village from one of their own being turned into a boss.

The transformations are only dealt with in the background, but their is enough to keep you interested. Ranging from the instincts of the cat to the group arranging themselves into racial couples. Their is also some gender tf but only a couple of paragraphs deal with this.

A minor criticism I have is due to so many characters in the group, you do not know who is who when they die.

I can highly recommend this book and cannot wait for the next book

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