The Mitherfickers are back and ready to bring the fight to the Shinigami.
But before they can do that, they need an audience with the Knights of Non Compos Mentis, the most powerful guild in Tritania. Luckily for them, Ryuk used to be a member of the famed guild, and to get to the guild headquarters, they’ll need to level up and figure out a way into a city heightened tight security.
Along their journey to Polynya, the second floating continent of Tritania, the Mitherfickers are joined by a high elf, whose village is being terrorized by a big bad wolf.
High jinks and violence ensues as they attempt to rid the village of this wolf, the results of which end up opening their guild to new members from a different Proxima world, something Hiccup the goblin isn’t too happy about.
Things heat up after the motley guild adventure through the catacombs beneath the city of Porthos, where they are framed for attempted murder and placed in the Empress’ dungeon. With no way out, one of the Mitherfickers reveals a secret the likes of which will change the guild’s standing in Tritania forever.
In Tokyo, evil Kodai gets a new android and plans his revenge against his younger brother, Ryuk. He also plots his revenge within the online world of Tritania, guiding the new members of the Shinigami as they wreak havoc on the city of Porthos.
Level up, recruit, loot and scoot. Fantasy Online Polynya has all the comedy, mayhem, intrigue, crazy fun characters, and epic world-building you've come to expect from this popular LitRPG series!
My Opinion: 422 pages, $5.98, Available on Kindle Unlimited
An easy review. This novel is as entertaining, funny, and action packed as the first. With the group reeling at sudden and unexpected betrayal at the end of book 1. Ryuk his team mates work to get to the next island Polynya and try to figure out what’s happening with the main character’s doppelganger. If you liked book 1, book 2 has more of the same crazy antics.
I will note that I really like the audiobook version of this series more than the e-book version. The narrator, Jeff Hays, adds another level of humor with his voice work.
Score: 7 out of 10