The Realm Between: God of Death: A LitRPG Saga (Book 9) by Phoenix Grey

Book 9 in The Realm Between series.

The realm between: god of death: a litrpg saga (book 9)

Welcome to The Deathlands, a country where danger lurks around every corner. Towns and villages are surrounded by metal walls to keep the nighttime monsters out, while bandits threaten daytime travelers. On top of that, the God of Death isn’t like any other god that Azure and his friends have faced before.

Will Azure and the gang be able to make it through The Deathlands without turning into villains themselves? Find out in this exciting installment of The Realm Between.

Content Warning: This book contains uncomfortable adult situations. Reader discretion is advised.

Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Epic

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Science Fiction / High Tech

Language: English

Keywords: litrpg, gamelit, epic fantasy, cyberpunk, fantasy litrpg, dark fantasy, swords and sorcery

Word Count: 110000

Sample text:

For encompassing no more than a city block, the settlement was extremely well-protected. Walls of black wood were erected ten feet high all around it. The wooden perimeter was marred with more claw marks than Azure could count. There was just one entrance, a wooden door only distinguishable from the walls by its cut and a black metal knocker on the front.

Jin sent Rerdam to knock, standing back with the rest of his party while they waited for an answer. It didn’t take long for a small window at eye level to slide open.

A pair of large blue eyes peered out at them, embedded in a wrinkly visage. Stringy white hair framed the person’s face. The sound of a crackling, aged voice confirmed it was a man.

“Who goes there?” The eyes darted from one person to the next.

“We are a group of travelers seeking a night’s stay at your inn,” Rerdam told him.

“From where do you hail?” The man’s gaze bounced between Jin and Princess Zadori.

“We are all from Patheana,” Jin informed him.

The doorman grunted, the suspicion in his voice softening into curiosity. “You’re a long way from Patheana. What brings you here?”

“We are on a quest.” Rerdam never tore his gaze away from the man. “We mean no trouble, just need a place to stay and restock our provisions.”

Without another word, the peephole window slid closed, and they heard a heavy bolt unlatch from the inside before the door creaked open on its rusty hinges.

The doorman stood aside for them to enter.

Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Nelson Leonel De Benedetti
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