I know /lit/ usually looks down on Fantasy books but how do you feel about this series?
It's probably the best fantasy series by a long way in my opinion. If you haven't read it I suggest you do, the character is very similar to the average /lit/ poster in the first few chapters.
stumbled across this trilogy in a thrift store, bought it on a whim, then moved and somehow lost vol 1 (still have 2 and 3) before i started it. i've seen complete sets since then, but don't want to just snag the first and leave the other two to rot. would love to know if it's worth pursuing more aggressively.
It's been a while but yeah. The deal is that MC doesn't believe the fantasy world is real so he just acts like a sociopath despite being the chosen one.
I didn't really like it but it appeals to certain people. Certain people who I imagine watch certain chinese cartoons about people entering MMORPG worlds and being overpowered and getting all da bitches and other wish fulfillment stuff.
>REEE bitches in the real world never gave me the time of day so i'll rape this elf girl who thinks i'm the chosen one, what a sucker
I'm not moralfagging or anything but the potentially interesting premise is marred by a mediocre execution imo. Not 0/10, but not anything I'd actually recommend. If you want adventuring heroes who like fucking exotic girls and spending their gold on ales and whores i'd recommend the Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser books by Fritz Lieber and many other things like Thiefworld or even Mythadventures(which only dubiously counts) before finally getting to The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant.