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A magic apocalypse. Refugees from Earth. A new world. Elves, orcs, and dragons!
Portals from Overworld have appeared on Earth, and beings intent on conscripting humanity into the mysterious Trials have invaded.

Earth is doomed. Humanity has been exiled. Can Jamie save mankind?
Jamie Sinclair, a young man with unique gifts, must find a way for his family and friends to survive Earth's destruction and build a new home in Overworld.

The Trials is not a game. Will Jamie survive its challenges?
Join Jamie as he struggles through the brutal Trials while wrestling with his new magics and Overworld's game-like dynamics.

Edition Language:English
Format Type:

    Overworld Reviews

  • Liam

    Leeeeerrrrooooyyy JeeeennkkiinnnnssssMary Sue with a hard on for vengeance and a gammy leg become a mage.If you want another book where everyone who doesn't play MMO's are morons and will never be as ...

  • Blaise

    More reviews at undertheradarsffbooks.comI received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for a honest review. I would like to thank Rohan Vider tremendously for taking the time to contact m...

  • Geoffrey Shimp

    When is the next one?!?!?!?Another amazing book and a new series! Vider’s other series is “eyes glued to book” fun and Overworld has somehow gone beyond his other series. Love the system and how...

  • Wolkenfels

    Gates pop up on earth and orcs claim to be humanities patrons - everyon should enter the gates and be their slave because earth will be destroyed. There are other gates from other races like elves, gn...

  • Lo9man88

    A good read, maybe one of the most realistic book in litrpg if such thing can be said, well written, a little slow paced for my taste , definitely reading the next one. ...

  • Tao Wong

    Well written and interestingThis is a relatively light litrpg for stats but interesting world and well written with a different post-apocalytipc take. I'll definitely read book 2. ...

  • Kane Vardy-Mason

    Really well writtenNice little spin on a standard genre intro had me hooked pretty much from the go. Events get you invested into the characters fluidly and then drag you along for the ride...

  • Cory Rose

    OkThe story is pretty interesting, the characters not so much, storyline is 4 stars the mc 2, not the dumbest most useless mc ever, but not far off, would read a sequel hoping to see some major charac...

  • Johnny

    Book oneMistakes: I found one mistake and one possible plot hole. Why didn't anyone mine the gates? Claymore mines would have shredded the Orcs. Plot: Really well written and a lot of fun to read. So ...

  • Arty

    *Audiobook review* Seriously, not worth the time as I had to give up 33% though. Okay, so I love this type of genera where the world goes through a change, magic is now real and fantasy races has join...