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Many people wish that they could visit their favorite anime, videogame, or fictional worlds in general. They would kick the villain’s ass. Look cool. Get the girl, or even all of the girls. Perhaps even the guys! It is current year after all. What happens when a cosmic entity born of the human desire to parody mainstream organized religion decides to grant such a wish purel Many people wish that they could visit their favorite anime, videogame, or fictional worlds in general. They would kick the villain’s ass. Look cool. Get the girl, or even all of the girls. Perhaps even the guys! It is current year after all. What happens when a cosmic entity born of the human desire to parody mainstream organized religion decides to grant such a wish purely on a whim? A bizarre cross-world waifu harem collecting Litrpg adventure, that’s what! Join Scott Ambrose as he comes to terms with his strange new life in the Shattered Earth, a realm separate from our own where multiple versions of Earth have blended together with pop-culture and dank Internet memes to create an ever-increasing set of worlds to explore, many of which appear at first glance to be parodies of popular anime and games! See what lies in store for the man who got what he wished for without realizing just what it would mean if that wish ever came true. Touch greatness. Witness the truth. Anime waifus await! This work of parody Gamelit features commentary on the nature of certain characters, storylines, and what the Internet fandoms have done to them. A legendary game for the ages, where the only one keeping score is the player himself! However, this story does also feature graphic violence and occasional sexual shenanigans. Adult humor abounds, and immature humor is even more apparent!


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Many people wish that they could visit their favorite anime, videogame, or fictional worlds in general. They would kick the villain’s ass. Look cool. Get the girl, or even all of the girls. Perhaps even the guys! It is current year after all. What happens when a cosmic entity born of the human desire to parody mainstream organized religion decides to grant such a wish purel Many people wish that they could visit their favorite anime, videogame, or fictional worlds in general. They would kick the villain’s ass. Look cool. Get the girl, or even all of the girls. Perhaps even the guys! It is current year after all. What happens when a cosmic entity born of the human desire to parody mainstream organized religion decides to grant such a wish purely on a whim? A bizarre cross-world waifu harem collecting Litrpg adventure, that’s what! Join Scott Ambrose as he comes to terms with his strange new life in the Shattered Earth, a realm separate from our own where multiple versions of Earth have blended together with pop-culture and dank Internet memes to create an ever-increasing set of worlds to explore, many of which appear at first glance to be parodies of popular anime and games! See what lies in store for the man who got what he wished for without realizing just what it would mean if that wish ever came true. Touch greatness. Witness the truth. Anime waifus await! This work of parody Gamelit features commentary on the nature of certain characters, storylines, and what the Internet fandoms have done to them. A legendary game for the ages, where the only one keeping score is the player himself! However, this story does also feature graphic violence and occasional sexual shenanigans. Adult humor abounds, and immature humor is even more apparent!

30 review for Power Fantasy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Craiu Remus

    Came in a bit skeptical in this book, but in the end it was a very enjoyable read. It was quite a refreshing perspective of the isekai trope, of which i was quite bored with. The characters were fun and interesting and the story flowed nicely. One thing that i could say as a minus is the fact that the book seems a bit too short.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alex Meca

    So good Well at first I was a little hesitant. It seemed like another run of the mill litrpg barely worth my time but I gave it a chance and it was well worth it. Let me start by saying that this isn't the most serious book out there but that's what makes it awesome. It's very akin to watching an anime like kono suba or how to meet girls in a dungeon. It's also reminiscent of apocalypse gate and since that's one of the best series ever you can't go wrong. I highly recommend this one if your looki So good Well at first I was a little hesitant. It seemed like another run of the mill litrpg barely worth my time but I gave it a chance and it was well worth it. Let me start by saying that this isn't the most serious book out there but that's what makes it awesome. It's very akin to watching an anime like kono suba or how to meet girls in a dungeon. It's also reminiscent of apocalypse gate and since that's one of the best series ever you can't go wrong. I highly recommend this one if your looking for a good time and something to put a smile on your face while keeping you engaged and entertained.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brian M

    Hot dang. Ok. Few parts were a bit hard to follow but over all this book was great. Relatable people that made real decisions. Very well thought out eureka moments on life that you can tell are inspired by Daniel Schinhofen. Well done. Can’t wait to read book two and I hope you continue to write!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Paul Hefka

    This book was interesting. The book started a little slow, but it really picked up after a bit. The do-overs after deaths is interesting. The story and characters were intriguing and engaging. I look forward to reading more about these characters and their further adventures. This book is definitely worth checking out.

  5. 5 out of 5

    William Howe

    Simple mistakes Typos and proofreading mistakes. ‘Symbol’ not ‘simple’. POV changes suddenly to give secondary characters one paragraph of depth. It weakens the narrative flow. MC discovered the System, but suddenly ‘knows’ far more information than is made evident through the narrative. Needs serious editing to make it readable. DNF

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey Pratt

    Fun book, adults only. I would’ve given this book for stars except there are a lot of editing and grammatical errors. It’s fairly typical for box now. I really can’t complain since I’m getting it through Amazon. The story in itself is fun another take on moving into a game world. It is for adults only. If that doesn’t bother you that it is certainly worth a read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tyler

    Funny and fun The book had some fun humor in it and a fast paced storyline. I enjoyed that it had tons of action and strategy to overcome obstacles. It is a little different in the way a typical litrp g is but I enjoyed it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Skye

    A power fantasy indeed. There is nothing hidden for you to find in this book. It’s a power fantasy all the way. If you enjoy a good laugh and don’t take this book to seriously, you’ll have a wonderful time.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bill Scoville

    I've yet to read a bad story by Scottie Futch This story was great there wasn't a single time I was bored or thought about putting it down. I have never been disappointed by any story from Mr. Futch I've yet to read a bad story by Scottie Futch This story was great there wasn't a single time I was bored or thought about putting it down. I have never been disappointed by any story from Mr. Futch

  10. 4 out of 5

    Irizumi

    Love this series Big fan of this author and all his series. This one is my favorite so far though. Looking forward to the next one.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Michael Longenecker

    Good story, needs editing Interesting plot, with a fun story. The sheer number of spelling errors, bad grammar and missing words makes it difficult to read at times.

  12. 5 out of 5

    George Ueland Jr

    Good book, but needs edit It was a interesting book. Definitely not for kids. Recommend for high school of the dead fans. But really need alot of editing. Alot of typos.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    This was an odd read for me; there are too many anime/manga references (for me) and I found a lot of it not so much complex as confusing. An interesting idea and it had some moments, but while the MC is pretty reasonable considering the circumstances, it just didn't come together for me. If there's a follow-on I'll give it a try to see if the first one prepared me for it. This was an odd read for me; there are too many anime/manga references (for me) and I found a lot of it not so much complex as confusing. An interesting idea and it had some moments, but while the MC is pretty reasonable considering the circumstances, it just didn't come together for me. If there's a follow-on I'll give it a try to see if the first one prepared me for it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Walker

    Fun read I'm a fan of the source anime, so this was a fun book. Very interesting concept. I'll be curious to see how the main character gets out of the current predicament. Fun read I'm a fan of the source anime, so this was a fun book. Very interesting concept. I'll be curious to see how the main character gets out of the current predicament.

  15. 4 out of 5

    John Smith

    Loved it. Thoroughly enjoyed the story. With a bit of editing for grammar it would be even better. As is it's still a thoroughly enjoyable read if you're into this sort of thing. Loved it. Thoroughly enjoyed the story. With a bit of editing for grammar it would be even better. As is it's still a thoroughly enjoyable read if you're into this sort of thing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nick Brady

    So good What a fun ride. I love the story so far, hilarious and over the top tropes. I’m looking forward to the next installment.

  17. 5 out of 5

    AR

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mukkaar

  19. 5 out of 5

    Doug Nitch

  20. 4 out of 5

    Janice Kinshella

  21. 4 out of 5

    Greg Linden

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth Croy Jr.

  23. 4 out of 5

    John Stephens

  24. 4 out of 5

    Austin Brown

  25. 5 out of 5

    C.W. Ashley

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bret

  27. 4 out of 5

    Maria Lira

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Andrew Carlsgaard

  29. 5 out of 5

    Robert Burford

  30. 5 out of 5

    Roger Brockie

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