"The Gods are real" - Anonymous

A Game, played between Gods… where the playing field is the world itself… and the pieces, living beings.

A young man caught unwittingly between… in a strange world, without allies or help… must battle for survival…using his wits and magic alone.

Pawn or Player… his fate is his to decide… which will he prove to be?

Accidentally summoned from Earth to the world of Myelad, Kyran becomes embroiled in a thousand-year war between the Gods. Through no fault of his own, Kyran earns their ire and is trapped in Crota, an abandoned city haunted by undead, and infested with all manner of beasts and monsters. To escape the Gods’ trap, Kyran must become a Player that even the Gods would learn to fear…

He has the power to change the Game. But would he? And how?

Accidentally summoned to Myelad, Kyran has earned the ire of the Gods and been banished to the subterranean world of Crota – to die. Yet Kyran has proved tough to kill, and despite the odds, has survived his first few days in the new world.

But his plans for escape have gone awry… Defeated and captured, what will become of him?

Join Kyran, as he battles his way through the labyrinth, gathering allies, overcoming foes, growing into a player, and finding purpose…

Who-or what-will Kyran find waiting for them outside the Labyrinth?

Having at long last escaped the clutches of the labyrinth, Kyran and his party enter the world above. 

Join Kyran as he embarks on a journey of self-discovery and continues his adventures in Myelad, encountering new foes, forging new alliances, and advancing in the Gods’ Game.

Enter the world of Myelad and join Kyran as he continues on his path to greatness!

Well done. To the author on a very enjoyable book. A nice different twist on how the MC gets trapped in a "Game". Also nice to have an MC which is not OP. But rather relies upon their knowledge and skill. Looking forward to further instalments as it has been well set up for the next book.
Walter J wombat
A solid addition to the litrpg/gamelit genre. Just enough originality to keep you guessing and a very solid game mechanic. Looking forward to what comes next.
I normally don’t appreciate the game world transmigration style of book but this is an exception I enjoyed thoroughly and am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series.