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[PDF] ✩ Winds of Fate (Fayroll #3)  Author Andrey Vasilyev – Epubdb.co chapter 1 Winds of Fate (Fayroll #3) , meaning Winds of Fate (Fayroll #3) , genre Winds of Fate (Fayroll #3) , book cover Winds of Fate (Fayroll #3) , flies Winds of Fate (Fayroll #3) , Winds of Fate (Fayroll #3) 910755c7c897f Harry S Back The Even Anticipated Third Book From The Best Selling Fayroll Series Is Here With Even Epic Battles, Difficult Quests And Even Rarer Items Following On From The Road East , Harriton S Work Has Been Very Well Received And His New Bosses Are Very Happy With Him Seemingly Everything Is Going Well As He Enjoys Visiting Fayroll And And Spending Time With His New Girlfriend Vika But Is Everything As It Seems And Can Things Stay So Positive From Him After A Visit From His Ex Girlfriend S Brother And A Meeting With Radion S Security, It Seems The Real World Might Be Much Of A Dangerous Place For Him Than Ever Before He Will Begin To Question How Deep He Is In This Whole Project, But With Support From His New Girlfriend And His Team Working On The Fayroll Times, Maybe Everything Will Be Fine And This Is Just Outside The Game In The Game He Joins The Hounds On A Quest Through The Northern Mountains To The North And Through The Mines Filled With Terrifying And Deadly Creatures To Continue His Quest To Find The Dryad Sisters But Not Before Making Even In Game Enemies, Meeting Royalty And Saving Kidnapped Princesses Cold Winds Of Fate Continues The Best Selling And Ever Popular Fayroll Series With The Author S Great Sense Of Humour, Adventure And Storytelling Skills This Book Carries On Developing The Fayroll World And Also Further Develops Life In The Real World This Story Has An Equally Seductive Balance Between The Real And Virtual World Where Both Smoothly Complement Each Other Vasiliyev Is Showing How Much Of A Writer He Is Every Fayroll Books Gets Better And Better His Characters Continue To Develop And Become Real To The Reader His Attention To Detail And Cinematic Descriptions Have Also Developed Giving The Reader A Captivating And Entertaining Read Cold Winds Of Fate Is Certainly A Boundless Mix Of Action, Dialogue, Humour And Colourful Descriptions This Book Is Yet Another Example Of One Of The Best In The LitRPG Genre Fantasy Lovers, Gamers, And Anyone Who Enjoys A Good Story Will Enjoy This Book Andrey Vasiliev Started Writing In His Late Thirties, Because, By His Own Admission, He Ran Out Of Things To Read However, After His First Two Books Gained Nearly Instant Critical Acclaim, He Had To Give Serious Thought To Giving Up His Banking Career And Went On To Become One Of The Top Authors In The Relatively New, Yet Insanely Popular, LitRPG Genre That Brings Together Cyberpunk, Classic Sci Fi, And Fantasy Fortunately For His Readers, Who Had Voted His Debut Novel More Than A Game The Best Book Of The Year , He Never Looked Back And Continued Working On His Now Bestselling Fayroll Series Andrey Maintains A Blog, And Participates In Various Multiple Author Projects He Is Also The Author Of The Raven S Flock And The Arch Series, Which Will Soon Be Available In English

10 thoughts on “Winds of Fate (Fayroll #3)

  1. says:

    This series is going down in quality fast.I m wondering if it s a translation issue There s absolutely no risk to the MC on anything that he does, everything works out and he continues to be pulled along by other people This series is getting boring quickly.

  2. says:

    Another in the series At the very least the plot does seem to be moving forward at a regular pace, it s just that there isn t much to the plot The guy is playing through the game with no real risk and not much real reward to it There s a lot Russian power adjacent fantasy in this Vasilyev goes out of his way to point out that other players are leveling faster than Harry and he s having a hard time advancing at all, while at the same time gaining and powerful things he can draw on for aid A serviceable book, but again, nothing special.

  3. says:

    This book was enjoyable, but it is obvious that the conservative male Russian mindset is held by the author The main character treats women poorly at times and assumes the worst of them He will just tell them what to do at times He also makes jokes about gay people occasionally that kind of puts down gay people and makes them sound like something he would hate to be There is also stuff early on about powerful groups killing people they don t like, and he seems to think this is kind of okay and something you should just go along with The main character makes no attempt whatsoever to tell anyone about this or do something about it It annoys me somewhat because he seems to be saying that it is futile to go against the powerful and that they can do whatever they like, with what they do usually being correct Whenever he talks about the guy murdered by the company, he always refers to him as a rat and says bad stuff about the guy rather than saying that the guy was just a cheater within the company who should have just been fired and had legal action taken against him Maybe it is not the case that Russians think it is okay to murder people who go against the people in power, but authors like Andrey Vasilyev perpetuate that idea It is frustrating because I didn t see this sort of mindset in Russian books I have read from a few years before, and I hope this sort of stuff doesn t become increasingly present in books out of that country There are better LitRPG books out there, but this one was still entertaining at least.

  4. says:

    So Sexist, So SadI have really enjoyed these little stories, but I am not sure how much longer I can continue reading them Mr Vasilyev writes his action scenes well and is wonderfully inventive But every time the protagonist describes a woman any woman I cringe at the misogyny Women are nagging, manipulative and good only for cooking and sex It s probably a cultural thing, assuming Russian attitudes toward women are stuck in the 1950s, but I am not sure how much longer the enjoyment I get from the story line will outweigh my discomfort at being told I am a flawed human because I lack a penis.

  5. says:

    I actually had to stop this book early Not a fan of the style of writing or the series It had some good points, but it is just not for me A couple of things I did not like 1 What I thought was humor about the MC stereotyping women, gets a little overboard.2 There is no character progression.3 The author doesn t give me a reason to care.I hope others like the book and series, but I am looking for books like The Land By Aleron Kong, Ascend Online By Luke Chmilenko, Awaken Online by Travis Bagwell, and Red Mage by Xander Boyce.

  6. says:

    Can t wait to dive into Book 4 Hagen is a real ass, and I have to say I love him for it He s a common enough type of main character in LitRPG, but he s far less of a team player than the others I really enjoy watching the gears turn and seeing what trouble he instigates next

  7. says:

    Great, great and great I got addicted to the series The story transfered me in the Fayroll world I was really excited to read this part Also love the sense of humor that the author has Great job LitRPG

  8. says:

    ExcellentIf this was written in Russian, I can t tell The writing is excellent, the story is excellent I cannot recommend this whole series enough Everyone who likes litrpg should read this.

  9. says:

    Awesome magic and sword playThis is book three in a saga of truly remarkable story writing about bravery sword clashes and a life of love and intrigue and fighting for your life and the lives of people with whom you love and fight for.

  10. says:

    And on to the next Just finished another book of the series and I m still eager for I have read many LitRPG books, and this series is quickly finding its way up into my top 10 series.