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Cheating Death Alex was was willing to do whatever it took to beat the tumors overwhelming his body. Even if it meant being frozen alive. And if his cortex got uploaded into a digital universe filled with countless worlds to explore until a cure could be found for his cancer, all the better. The last thing he expected was to wake up naked and alone in the bowels Cheating Death Alex was was willing to do whatever it took to beat the tumors overwhelming his body. Even if it meant being frozen alive. And if his cortex got uploaded into a digital universe filled with countless worlds to explore until a cure could be found for his cancer, all the better. The last thing he expected was to wake up naked and alone in the bowels of an ancient ship filled with raiders carrying enough poison to kill an entire city! The choices he makes from that moment on will have profound consequences not only for his own fate, but for an entire realm as he faces down bloodthirsty pirates, ruthless cultivators, and fearsome demigods while taking his first steps along a path of power that might one day forge him into a cultivator strong enough to challenge the very heavens themselves! Eager for a fast-paced Wuxia/LitRPG adventure filled with deadly adversaries, exotic adventures, and mighty cultivators fighting for the power to topple kingdoms? Then read on!


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Cheating Death Alex was was willing to do whatever it took to beat the tumors overwhelming his body. Even if it meant being frozen alive. And if his cortex got uploaded into a digital universe filled with countless worlds to explore until a cure could be found for his cancer, all the better. The last thing he expected was to wake up naked and alone in the bowels Cheating Death Alex was was willing to do whatever it took to beat the tumors overwhelming his body. Even if it meant being frozen alive. And if his cortex got uploaded into a digital universe filled with countless worlds to explore until a cure could be found for his cancer, all the better. The last thing he expected was to wake up naked and alone in the bowels of an ancient ship filled with raiders carrying enough poison to kill an entire city! The choices he makes from that moment on will have profound consequences not only for his own fate, but for an entire realm as he faces down bloodthirsty pirates, ruthless cultivators, and fearsome demigods while taking his first steps along a path of power that might one day forge him into a cultivator strong enough to challenge the very heavens themselves! Eager for a fast-paced Wuxia/LitRPG adventure filled with deadly adversaries, exotic adventures, and mighty cultivators fighting for the power to topple kingdoms? Then read on!

30 review for Warrior Reborn

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Morley

    Not bad enough for 1 star but 2 is still an issue The author gets you into the series with this book. It’s a tad confusing at first but it gets interesting enough that you stay invested. It was cool reading about an OP character and his growth with a master & a love interest. At first the Author manages the OP of the main character well with some decent plot checks. However at the end the repetition gets exhausting. How many times can the author introduce some over the top skill for the protagoni Not bad enough for 1 star but 2 is still an issue The author gets you into the series with this book. It’s a tad confusing at first but it gets interesting enough that you stay invested. It was cool reading about an OP character and his growth with a master & a love interest. At first the Author manages the OP of the main character well with some decent plot checks. However at the end the repetition gets exhausting. How many times can the author introduce some over the top skill for the protagonist but then tell the reader he should never be able to use it. Once or twice sure but the 3rd and 4th time is just sloppy writing. Why am I giving this book a 2 star rating because the second book is worse by far on sloppy writing. Why should you care, because the second book is based on the ending of this book. I can’t separate the two. Why read the first if the second book drops you hard. How many times can a character die or be close to death before it’s an over used plot device. Lazy writing. The same plot twists with different names. So dodge this book series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Roh

    Okay, I dislike litrpg. Honestly in my opinion its nearly ALWAYS garbage lazy writing. But... I've been having terrible luck finding books that interest me. So... I gave this a try anyway. And... the litrpg aspects were as bad.. maybe worse than Im used to seeing. Repeating the same immersion breaking crap over and over... And in the audiobook I was listening too it changed to an annoying gameshow voice... For no reason I caught. But that is not why I rated this book so poorly. I went in knowing Okay, I dislike litrpg. Honestly in my opinion its nearly ALWAYS garbage lazy writing. But... I've been having terrible luck finding books that interest me. So... I gave this a try anyway. And... the litrpg aspects were as bad.. maybe worse than Im used to seeing. Repeating the same immersion breaking crap over and over... And in the audiobook I was listening too it changed to an annoying gameshow voice... For no reason I caught. But that is not why I rated this book so poorly. I went in knowing that was likely. And if that was all that eventually drove me off the book may have rated better. But this writer did something I dislike even more. He told more than showed on a level I have NEVER seen in a novel before. Three hours in and there had been less than a half hour of dialog... Most of it was just inner monologue and telling you things that happened.. And listing the same litrpg shit over and over... and over... Note to self. Never read anything by this author again. It is NOT for you.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Charles R

    I wanted to like it, I really did I hate to say it, but it started out strong with the mapping to an AI and then hey interesting start. Then it frankly turned into how many ways can I torture the MC. How many ways can I make sure that there is nothing enjoyable in the “life in a game”. I wanted to like it, but I don’t see reading the next book to find out how much worse his life will be, would be enjoyable personally.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    *currently at 47%* I'm finding this book quite annoying it starts with him learning everything way too easy... "You licked a flower, you're immune to everything" "You farted, you have learned wind magic" "You glanced at a god, you learnt his magical ways" Then it turns into tedium with repetitive dialogue, his two new friends being incredibly negative. It's all just a bit too annoying and lacking depth. *currently at 47%* I'm finding this book quite annoying it starts with him learning everything way too easy... "You licked a flower, you're immune to everything" "You farted, you have learned wind magic" "You glanced at a god, you learnt his magical ways" Then it turns into tedium with repetitive dialogue, his two new friends being incredibly negative. It's all just a bit too annoying and lacking depth.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lance

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Great book, such a waste. Really great book, if you don't read the last chapter. Taking a story that has a conclusion and a decent ending, then throw in an extra chapter. Make it so the MC ends up in a hopeless situation, getting abused and degraded. All so you can leave people wanting to read the next book? Before that last chapter I would have definitely bought the next book, eager for it even, now, never will touch it. Such a waste of a great book. Great book, such a waste. Really great book, if you don't read the last chapter. Taking a story that has a conclusion and a decent ending, then throw in an extra chapter. Make it so the MC ends up in a hopeless situation, getting abused and degraded. All so you can leave people wanting to read the next book? Before that last chapter I would have definitely bought the next book, eager for it even, now, never will touch it. Such a waste of a great book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michael Presley

    Awesome Loved this book from start to end. I am hoping book two is as engaging as this one was. Never trust a fox.

  7. 5 out of 5

    John #Audible

    Yea, its just another Wuxia. You have the author pulling out the cancer card, to make you feel bad for the 17 year old MC. You have your typical racism that is just covered up by calling ANY foreigner a piece of garbage, bow to me before your better etc etc, Then you have your MC always getting his butt kicked with another terrible damn ending OH and the 50% of the book being inner monologue. That is just another Wuxia.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Wilhelm Eyrich

    Much more Wuxia than LitRPG, although I had enough to ride one over. It had a lot of nods to the Wuxia genre as well as many of the cliches. I wasn’t the biggest fan of some of the direction the story took but enjoyed most of it, despising some. This could turn out to be a great adventure, although I hope not as long as most Wuxia tend to be. Enjoyable if you’re a fan of Wuxia

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alison

    Lovely book Lovely book Binge worthy Different type of litrpg Great storyline and characters. Good ending Looking forward to the next book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Miguel Gomes

    I'll be honest, I only read a tenth of the book, but already the amount of improbable situations occuring in the book are too much too fathom and the mc too much of a mary sue. Plenty of unnintelligent decisions are made by the mc and the starting antagonists, and the mc is actually rewarded for some of these. For reference, the mc is placed in an next to impossible situation surrounded by mages in the bowels of a ship in an entirely new world. The mages have supposedly a much better understandi I'll be honest, I only read a tenth of the book, but already the amount of improbable situations occuring in the book are too much too fathom and the mc too much of a mary sue. Plenty of unnintelligent decisions are made by the mc and the starting antagonists, and the mc is actually rewarded for some of these. For reference, the mc is placed in an next to impossible situation surrounded by mages in the bowels of a ship in an entirely new world. The mages have supposedly a much better understanding of the world mechanics and of magic, however, after waking up disoriented and lost the mc manages to kill more than a dozen of them using some silly method surely the people should have a defense against, as well as thwarting the evil plans of the ship's sailors. No one in the dozens of men present on the ship could apparently kill a confused non-mage, with no knowledge of the world and below average physical attributes. And its not just that, the mc makes greedy decisions to not hamper his stats in the long run even though he says he is treating it like he cannot respawn. In any realistic situation would have died there. In the end he comes out better than when he left with a shiny new potential class. But he's not done because he has to completely stop the evil plan of the sailors apparently even though he has no power of his own. So he swims ashore a town and within seconds of arriving absorbs a dying man's memories to conveniently learn the town's language. At this point I just gave up. Why place all these unnecessary obstacles in the mc's way if you're just going to ignore them. For example why make the inhabitants have a different language for the mc (which would be crippling in any scenario) if you're just going to give it to him within seconds of interacting with the language? Why place the mc in a basically impossible situation only to have hi resolve it with silly methods and no consequences? It just breaks immersion and sets the tone for the rest of the book. Anyway, the only reason i don't give it one star is because I only read a few pages, and so cannot comment on the rest. But if a few pages are all I need to make such a rant, this should be warning enough for the rest of you.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Douglas

    Story is interesting, but the author doesn't seem to be able to write well. The sentence structure is more apt for a technical document rather than a work of fiction. Sentences are often compound which is painful to listen to in an audiobook and entirely unbelievable as dialogue. People just don't talk like that. Read the blurb on the GR page and notice that that the blocks of text are just single sentences. I'm guessing that was written by the author. The narrator struggles to say such long sen Story is interesting, but the author doesn't seem to be able to write well. The sentence structure is more apt for a technical document rather than a work of fiction. Sentences are often compound which is painful to listen to in an audiobook and entirely unbelievable as dialogue. People just don't talk like that. Read the blurb on the GR page and notice that that the blocks of text are just single sentences. I'm guessing that was written by the author. The narrator struggles to say such long sentences, and they're so convoluted that they're difficult to follow. This is one of those amateur writing things that I really hope the author can improve. Break up the sentences into something that's normal for conversation. I think that it wouldn't be as bad in written form but it just kills the audiobook experience almost as much as a narrator that mispronounces a frequent word. DNF at 15% of audiobook. Just couldn't get past the painfully long sentences.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Topher

    Putting this on the litrpg shelf, but it's really a cultivation novel - though it certainly starts off as if it were going to be litrpg. In this case, we meet Alex who has a few issues on Earth and then ends up someplace else... where he sleeps for a very very long time. There are some things that I find a little confusing still - but it's unclear whether those were elements that were dropped, that the author plans on resolving later in the series, or that the author was satisfied with how they h Putting this on the litrpg shelf, but it's really a cultivation novel - though it certainly starts off as if it were going to be litrpg. In this case, we meet Alex who has a few issues on Earth and then ends up someplace else... where he sleeps for a very very long time. There are some things that I find a little confusing still - but it's unclear whether those were elements that were dropped, that the author plans on resolving later in the series, or that the author was satisfied with how they have been left- things such as the AI, where Alex is, etc. As I read more, I'm sure I'll learn more. There's a lot in the cultivation novels that I find fun - but there's at least an order of magnitude more that confuses me. Some of it are tropes within the field... but I find myself wondering where those tropes came from. I was thinking about that a fair amount as I read this as the author is clearly having fun with the tropes, at least some of the time. As an example, early on Alex is left confused as to why he had started referring to himself in the 3rd person. So - where do these come from? Are they cultural? Are the left over from the badly dubbed kungfu movies on UHF on Saturday afternoons when I was a kid? Something else entirely? Regardless, I'm looking forward to book 2 next.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Roux

    It's pretty good 3.5/5 This book is a good one to turn your brain off and just enjoy - to not think too much. There are a lot of things that are incorporated and then never spoken of again or only brought back in a random moment several chapters later and then never touched on again. There are sometimes periods of massive info dumping, where I'm not feeling Alex exploring something for the first time, but instead just having his master just randomly spew information that wasn't really asked for a It's pretty good 3.5/5 This book is a good one to turn your brain off and just enjoy - to not think too much. There are a lot of things that are incorporated and then never spoken of again or only brought back in a random moment several chapters later and then never touched on again. There are sometimes periods of massive info dumping, where I'm not feeling Alex exploring something for the first time, but instead just having his master just randomly spew information that wasn't really asked for and not used later. There was a good chunk of time where they had first entered the forest where I was skipping paragraphs at a time because there would be paragraphs of superfluous text between someone asking a question and receiving a response. Despite all this, the plot itself is actually interesting to the point where I'm flying through the book. Living under a trickster deity, what counts as "reasonable" for suspension of believe is actually quite late, I found myself wanting things to be even more random and wild but somehow always working out in the end. This isn't the best thing written but it's actually pretty good.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Luke

    Mostly above average cultivation story. You won't find anything new if you're familiar with the genre. A recommended read if you're into this sort of thing, but I doubt newcomers will like it. I'm looking forward to the next one. At times I found myself completely lost, particularly in what amounts to the prologue where both the grammar and clarity of the storytelling could use a little bit of editing. Once things get moving it resolves into a relatively standard plotline. The characters and char Mostly above average cultivation story. You won't find anything new if you're familiar with the genre. A recommended read if you're into this sort of thing, but I doubt newcomers will like it. I'm looking forward to the next one. At times I found myself completely lost, particularly in what amounts to the prologue where both the grammar and clarity of the storytelling could use a little bit of editing. Once things get moving it resolves into a relatively standard plotline. The characters and character development are okay though quite predictable. The cultivation "system" feels a little ad-hoc and isn't really all that well presented—the MC is basically allowed to make stuff up but no one else seems to be able to and it's not clear that there's some underlying truth. The actual cultivation and skill development could use a higher level of detail in the writing. The ending feels abrupt and it doesn't really seem like it's the same story—we have a bunch of new plotlines dropped on us, some new skills and kinds of antagonists appear without enough foreshadowing. I was left wondering where it all came from.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jake

    Pretty good; some might find it slow. First off, the drinking game: For a buzz, drink when you read "fecund" For a good time, drink when you read ”bemused" To die, drink when you read "for all that" I noticed a few repeat phrases and words, so much so that I thought it'd make an interesting drinking game. It didn't take long for the story to get going and the imagery was fantastic. Many times I felt I was reading fantastic cutscenes and it put the most interesting images in my head. Sometimes things Pretty good; some might find it slow. First off, the drinking game: For a buzz, drink when you read "fecund" For a good time, drink when you read ”bemused" To die, drink when you read "for all that" I noticed a few repeat phrases and words, so much so that I thought it'd make an interesting drinking game. It didn't take long for the story to get going and the imagery was fantastic. Many times I felt I was reading fantastic cutscenes and it put the most interesting images in my head. Sometimes things were hard to follow, but it all worked out to make for a very enjoyable experience.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jake

    Great mix of LITRPG and Wuxia Great for fans of LITRPG or wuxia, the cultivation aspect is a larger part of the story, the litrpg a quirk of the Mcs rebirth. Pacing was really well done, I loved how they focused 'the basics' during training rather than flowery overly elaborate movesets, it made the world feel far more realistic. The characters were well done, with true depth and nuance. The 'bad guys' only really showed up at the end of the book, setting the tone for the next books to come. Ones t Great mix of LITRPG and Wuxia Great for fans of LITRPG or wuxia, the cultivation aspect is a larger part of the story, the litrpg a quirk of the Mcs rebirth. Pacing was really well done, I loved how they focused 'the basics' during training rather than flowery overly elaborate movesets, it made the world feel far more realistic. The characters were well done, with true depth and nuance. The 'bad guys' only really showed up at the end of the book, setting the tone for the next books to come. Ones that I eagerly await.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ralph Trickey

    Ambitious novel Good if you treat it as an introduction to the world. While I have some problems with the plot like leaving the city for a month after powerful people threaten to take your business and the overpowered MC, the Audible narrator was spot on for this novel, so I will probably give the next book a chance. The narrator was slightly over-enthusiastic and a bit campy when reading the AI which worked for me. Without the narrator and reset, I would have given up, with them I'll probably loo Ambitious novel Good if you treat it as an introduction to the world. While I have some problems with the plot like leaving the city for a month after powerful people threaten to take your business and the overpowered MC, the Audible narrator was spot on for this novel, so I will probably give the next book a chance. The narrator was slightly over-enthusiastic and a bit campy when reading the AI which worked for me. Without the narrator and reset, I would have given up, with them I'll probably look into the next book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Neal

    Amazing Brilliant blend of litrpg and cultivation. The first few chapters read like a fever dream where everything is happening so fast that you can't keep up, instead of being a criticism this becomes praiseworthy because of the connection it helps to forge between reader and Alex who has no idea what's going on and together you get to slowly figure out this world with him. Beautiful story. Amazing Brilliant blend of litrpg and cultivation. The first few chapters read like a fever dream where everything is happening so fast that you can't keep up, instead of being a criticism this becomes praiseworthy because of the connection it helps to forge between reader and Alex who has no idea what's going on and together you get to slowly figure out this world with him. Beautiful story.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Matthew James

    Well. Well. Well. This story about Alex. Turned out to be one of the greatest surprises. I've yet run into. For it's a sleeper hit. If I've ever read one. I thought it would be a run of the mill story. But no it sucked me in. With a far better story line, world vision, and awesome characters. That mad it hard to put down. As I kept wanting to see what happened next. Truly a awesome job M. H. Johnson! Well. Well. Well. This story about Alex. Turned out to be one of the greatest surprises. I've yet run into. For it's a sleeper hit. If I've ever read one. I thought it would be a run of the mill story. But no it sucked me in. With a far better story line, world vision, and awesome characters. That mad it hard to put down. As I kept wanting to see what happened next. Truly a awesome job M. H. Johnson!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    I really wasn't sure about this one at the beginning. It was to me barely coherent, but as the story unfolded I suspect that vagueness of the early bits was intentional. Either way, it was easier to follow after that. Alex sure gets put through the wringer in this book, and even more in the second one. While not the biggest fan of Wuxia I enjoyed the book overall, mostly because I actually cared what happened to Alex since he was a legitimately nice guy but not a wimp. Definitely a different endi I really wasn't sure about this one at the beginning. It was to me barely coherent, but as the story unfolded I suspect that vagueness of the early bits was intentional. Either way, it was easier to follow after that. Alex sure gets put through the wringer in this book, and even more in the second one. While not the biggest fan of Wuxia I enjoyed the book overall, mostly because I actually cared what happened to Alex since he was a legitimately nice guy but not a wimp. Definitely a different ending too...

  21. 4 out of 5

    Johnny

    Book one Mistakes: I found four mistakes in the book. Things like words out of order in a sentence and calling a training ground a battlefield. Plot: Dying from cancer a young man is cryogenically frozen, only to awaken in a land of cultivation. Consorting with gods, fighting invading armies, both human and demonic. Our hero struggles to make his way. Characters: OP characters all around, yet made to feel human and fun to read about. 8/10

  22. 4 out of 5

    Drew

    Superb LitRPG/Wuxia cross Loved this and a great change to what I normally read. Great characters with good progression curves and MC(s) that are interesting and always surprise you with more info as the story progresses. I can’t wait for the next and will download it immediately. If you read this prepare for a philosophical study of life path tied up in a twisting story that will leave you wanting more... Enjoy 😁

  23. 5 out of 5

    fane

    The book was Ok, you know, typical stuff like the main character is heroic and all the villains are unlikeable duche. But the audiobook, oh my god it's so bad. The main character is Western, with an American accent, but the story is wuxia so all the other characters (which mostly are villains) are Chinese. It sounds so racist, they made it so that all the villains (basically everyone else) sound punchable with broken accents. I recommend you read the book and not listening to an audiobook. The book was Ok, you know, typical stuff like the main character is heroic and all the villains are unlikeable duche. But the audiobook, oh my god it's so bad. The main character is Western, with an American accent, but the story is wuxia so all the other characters (which mostly are villains) are Chinese. It sounds so racist, they made it so that all the villains (basically everyone else) sound punchable with broken accents. I recommend you read the book and not listening to an audiobook.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nick James

    Excellent start to a journey! I really enjoyed this new story that was a cultivation and LitRPG hybrid! I couldn't put it down. Right mix of action, progressing, learning and crafting. Only potential dislike right now is the ending, bit out of nowhere and the very very end is just like come on really! But I'm sure it will all make sense in book 2. Excellent start to a journey! I really enjoyed this new story that was a cultivation and LitRPG hybrid! I couldn't put it down. Right mix of action, progressing, learning and crafting. Only potential dislike right now is the ending, bit out of nowhere and the very very end is just like come on really! But I'm sure it will all make sense in book 2.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Nesbit

    Fun, amusing characters, decent story This book was similar to other -cultivating- books I have read, but this author made the characters likeable, and the story fun enough to set it apart from the rest. Alex manages to get himself in plenty of trouble and now I have to wait for book 2 to find out what is next.. dangit. 😁

  26. 5 out of 5

    Paul Mehl

    Thrilling and captivating in every way. The characters are well developed, the premise is unique and interesting, and the tale is like a roller coaster, with lots of fast paced action, challenging sections requiring thought and a terrific ending that promises more tasty goodness ahead.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Bruce Goode

    Epilogue ruined it for me. I don’t mind the main character facing lots of adversity, but the ending was massive overkill. I just read an entire book of this hero fighting his way up from the bottom - to strip it all away and have him end up worse than he started sucks. I won’t read the next installment since what’s to say it won’t all be for not once again.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    Fantastic story M.H. Johnson just keeps getting better at his craft. I'm enjoying this series even more than his last, and that's saying a lot considering how much I enjoy those! The story has great character and world building, focusing on a small cast, but hinting at so much to come. Fantastic story M.H. Johnson just keeps getting better at his craft. I'm enjoying this series even more than his last, and that's saying a lot considering how much I enjoy those! The story has great character and world building, focusing on a small cast, but hinting at so much to come.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Someone S Name

    Great wuxia, decent litrpg (Gamelit) Very well done book. Very few errors. A ton of cultivation (wuxia) and a little litrpg (more Gamelit). Great story with a lot of action and fantastic worldbuilding. I’m certainly looking forward to the sequel. Give it a read if you like cultivation, Gamelit, or just good stories in general.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Seth

    Well done This story is well done. Sometimes the MC is a little too much like milk toast, but overall a good read. Save for the idiotic cliffhanger ending it would have been five stars. The hook was already there for a person to look forward to the next book, and then the story was flipped and the MC put as nothing. Ugh.

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