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Every Frog Has His Day Deep in the bayou of Louisiana, Henry’s life has been shattered. He never expected a second chance, a way to redeem himself. He’s been given an opportunity to return to his family, if he can fight off the evil threatening to take over Anura. All Henry has to do is understand his new abilities, build a kingdom, and form an army to stand against the Every Frog Has His Day Deep in the bayou of Louisiana, Henry’s life has been shattered. He never expected a second chance, a way to redeem himself. He’s been given an opportunity to return to his family, if he can fight off the evil threatening to take over Anura. All Henry has to do is understand his new abilities, build a kingdom, and form an army to stand against the impending doom in this new fantasy world. Just one problem. He has to do it as a frog. Leap of Faith is Book 1 of Anura Rising, a kingdom building LitRPG series that combines fantasy elements along with game mechanics. This series contains elements of games like enchanted gear, skill trees, experience points, material gathering, building creation, character leveling, two-headed plague hounds, anthropomorphic fantasy races, magic, and intense battle sequences. Does not include harems, but does include some profanity.


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Every Frog Has His Day Deep in the bayou of Louisiana, Henry’s life has been shattered. He never expected a second chance, a way to redeem himself. He’s been given an opportunity to return to his family, if he can fight off the evil threatening to take over Anura. All Henry has to do is understand his new abilities, build a kingdom, and form an army to stand against the Every Frog Has His Day Deep in the bayou of Louisiana, Henry’s life has been shattered. He never expected a second chance, a way to redeem himself. He’s been given an opportunity to return to his family, if he can fight off the evil threatening to take over Anura. All Henry has to do is understand his new abilities, build a kingdom, and form an army to stand against the impending doom in this new fantasy world. Just one problem. He has to do it as a frog. Leap of Faith is Book 1 of Anura Rising, a kingdom building LitRPG series that combines fantasy elements along with game mechanics. This series contains elements of games like enchanted gear, skill trees, experience points, material gathering, building creation, character leveling, two-headed plague hounds, anthropomorphic fantasy races, magic, and intense battle sequences. Does not include harems, but does include some profanity.

30 review for Leap of Faith (Anura Rising: Book One): A Kingdom Building Fantasy Litrpg Series

  1. 5 out of 5

    GaiusPrimus

    Not really a settlement build story This book goes through phases as you read the story. There are parts that are inspired and entertaining followed by very skimable sections. In particular, a lot of the "hard headedness" of the MC is all railroaded to get the story to a specific spot in the plot, which really detracts from his internal struggle. Secondly, as I mentioned at the top, there's little to no settlement building taking place and the little bit that does happen, seems to be in spite of th Not really a settlement build story This book goes through phases as you read the story. There are parts that are inspired and entertaining followed by very skimable sections. In particular, a lot of the "hard headedness" of the MC is all railroaded to get the story to a specific spot in the plot, which really detracts from his internal struggle. Secondly, as I mentioned at the top, there's little to no settlement building taking place and the little bit that does happen, seems to be in spite of the main character's feelings on the subject. Will I read the next one? Maybe, but I won't pick it up as it comes out unless there's really nothing else for me to read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Benjamin smith

    Ok The story line and most of the characters in this book are well thought out but the MC is to be honest infuriating other than cutting the end a little short the rest of the book was pretty good

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mimy Sanachit

    Has potential Hopefully the author is leading to some growing up for the MC. Good ending to the first book and waiting to see what adventures await the MC in the next one.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    To be honest, I didn't like the main character in this story at all. He was nothing but a big jerk. The title claimed it was a kingdom building LitRpG, but there was precious little in the kingdom building realm until the last few chapters. Disappointing in the extreme. I'll probably read the next one, mostly because the kingdom building has started, and the main character has toned down his bbeing a jerk just a bit, by the end of the first one, but I'm not expecting great results. I generally li To be honest, I didn't like the main character in this story at all. He was nothing but a big jerk. The title claimed it was a kingdom building LitRpG, but there was precious little in the kingdom building realm until the last few chapters. Disappointing in the extreme. I'll probably read the next one, mostly because the kingdom building has started, and the main character has toned down his bbeing a jerk just a bit, by the end of the first one, but I'm not expecting great results. I generally like building LitRPGs, which is why I picked up this one, so the lack of building was a major let down for me, plus, I'm never a fan of the main character being a jerk, and this one was that in spades, so honestly, I probably should offer up a 2 star rating, since the book was ok, but I didn't really like it very much. But, on the other hand, it was a first book, and if the second one is better, then I suppose the first one would have earned an extra star for leading into something enjoyable, so ....

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michael Lynn

    I really struggled with this one. I like the author and some of his chapters show immense and incredible talent. Then at time it could be frustrating. The MC is hard to like and is OP at times but then does mature a little near the end. Now I have always had a soft spot for highly flawed heroes and that is why I will probably read the follow up to this book. The reviews for the second book do seem much better and this is an original setting so let's hope for a 4 star or better offering next go a I really struggled with this one. I like the author and some of his chapters show immense and incredible talent. Then at time it could be frustrating. The MC is hard to like and is OP at times but then does mature a little near the end. Now I have always had a soft spot for highly flawed heroes and that is why I will probably read the follow up to this book. The reviews for the second book do seem much better and this is an original setting so let's hope for a 4 star or better offering next go around. Who knows it may all fall into place after reading the 2nd one and I might be in a place to recognize an error by only giving 3 stars but for now it stands.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angel Medina

    When I started the book, I thought the MC was a total jerk but that is not a putoff for me at all. In fact, I can see myself acting like a jerk in the same situation. However, the MC does improve and J.S. does a good job with the town building. I can see the improvement from his first book and it's not hard to spot at all. What made me fall in love was the story was about frogs. Well done J.S. P.S. - I'm usually slow in reading but this was one I just had to read and I'm happy I did. When I started the book, I thought the MC was a total jerk but that is not a putoff for me at all. In fact, I can see myself acting like a jerk in the same situation. However, the MC does improve and J.S. does a good job with the town building. I can see the improvement from his first book and it's not hard to spot at all. What made me fall in love was the story was about frogs. Well done J.S. P.S. - I'm usually slow in reading but this was one I just had to read and I'm happy I did.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Scott Jones

    A leap it the right direction Well build characters, no OP protagonist and a great plot. This book has it all leveling, crafting and character development I cant wait for the next book

  8. 5 out of 5

    Justin Marks

    Good First Book in a Series I like the set up and the mix of action and city building. The MC is a bit too emo for my taste but the tight writing and plotting make up for it. Looking forward to book 2.

  9. 5 out of 5

    William DeMarse

    Loved it. Great book . Can’t wait for book 2

  10. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    Great book Great work from JS Grulke! Lots of action and adventure, leveling and town building. Looking forward to seeing what the next one brings!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Larry Shirley

    New twist on a classic story A well written story about a young man coming of age and redeeming himself. But with a very different twist. Great story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tyler

    Interesting story It was a good change of the lit rpg style with new faces and style. The MC is a little hard to get behind but works for the story

  13. 5 out of 5

    Francisco Magdiel

    An interesting concept This book explore some ideas that where interesting. I'll stay tuned for more of this author. For more worlds Amazon An interesting concept This book explore some ideas that where interesting. I'll stay tuned for more of this author. For more worlds Amazon

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tim

    Different and fun read, enjoyed it very much.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Alysain

    This is a really interesting book. I can’t wait to see what he does with the second one!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Al

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Roach-Benn

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dennis

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jay

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Masseo

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rajesh Raman

  22. 5 out of 5

    Vodairo

  23. 5 out of 5

    Luke Scroggins

  24. 4 out of 5

    Justin J. Eddy

  25. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Pinkerton

  26. 4 out of 5

    John Callander

  27. 4 out of 5

    Michael James Dillon

  28. 5 out of 5

    Evan James

  29. 4 out of 5

    James Patterson

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quinn

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