Moonlight Banishes Shadows

Moonlight Banishes Shadows

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Feeling unwanted and still reeling from his encounter in the Garden of Clarity, Trent Embra leaves the city to find out what else the world has to offer. Making his own decisions for the first time, an adrift Trent latches onto the Quest in his Status telling him to survive alone on the wilds for two weeks. With only the doctrine of Sergeant Cullen to guide him, and a sword to depend on, Trent puts his back to Al’drossford and heads south to find out how different life as an Adventurer is compared to the one he has been leading.

Title:Moonlight Banishes Shadows
Edition Language:English
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    Moonlight Banishes Shadows Reviews

  • Michael A Noguera

    I Demand MoreEvery once in a while I will come across a series that truly calls to me. It won’t matter how long it is between book releases, it won’t matter how many times I have to reread and rei...

  • Artrain

    Needs a heavy hand of editing I think. Dialogues are choppy and start-stop abruptly. There are too many instances of Person A speaking, and instead of Person B replying, it is Person A themselves that...

  • Johnny

    Book threeMistakes: Don't think I saw any. If I did I was to caught up in the story to care.Plot: Trials and new friends.Characters: The MC is one of my favorites. I'm glad he is making some friends.1...

  • Wilhelm Eyrich

    Better than expected. After the filler book that book 2 ended up being, I was very pleasantly surprised by how much I loved this book. Lack of the useless Tersa, an emphasis on Trent and his character...

  • Mattias Back

    Lazy, low content, reused ideas.The first book came from an interesting angle, bringing new ideas and a promising story. This book brings nothing new and does not move the story forward. Almost all of...

  • John Brandon

    The best of the three hands down. I loved book 1 and enjoyed book 2 which felt more like an interlude. Book three is wonderful. It really sets things up for the future.Man i loved this book. There are...

  • Jester64

    Amazing uplifting and engaging.So many litrpg are written with poorly thought out transitions or plot lines. This story grabs your attention and keeps you involved without some harem plot or idiotic h...

  • Travis

    I really liked this one. The character develops well, and the story follows along, and although there are a few surprises, it turns out to be a pretty good book. Looking forward to more in the series....

  • Adam

    A mix of great and mediocre This book is far longer than it needs to be. All the endless fight scenes with very little growth beyond stats is disappointing. There was less exposition which is good. Al...

  • Jermel Purse

    Aho aho ahooooooooooo Excellent story that continues from where it left off. You get a lot of new characters in the story and you get a lot of character development in the story. We see the main chara...