Proxima Legends, Volume 2: Fantasy Online Books 3-4

By Harmon Cooper

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What awaits those who collect the Runestones of Tritinakh? The Mitherfickers are about to find out!

With Kodai hot on their trail, the best guild this side of Porthos embarks on the ultimate quest. This time pitting them against goblin shamans, ice goddesses, stinky giants, eldritch horrors, and dangerous bugbears.

Yet a far more perplexing fate lurks in real world Tokyo. There, FeeTwix and Sophia join Ryuk’s hunt to discover the truth behind his digital hallucinations. What they learn is a game changer none of them could have seen coming.

Even with this revelation, and the possibility of obtaining the mysterious Runestones, the Mitherfickers will need help if they hold any hope of defeating the Kodai and the Shinigami.

It’s time to call in some old friends, and bring a legendary gamer out of retirement.

The second installment of Proxima Legends is everything you’ve come to expect from this fantasy LitRPG series: wild humor, intense action, a gaseous goblin, and a plot that continues to deliver!

About the series

Dive to the Proxima Galaxy in this blazingly fun LitRPG series about a Japanese gamer and the guild he forms to save a digital world and battle his real-world Yakuza brother. Expect JRPG-inspired stats, unique classes, epic battles, and offbeat fantasy humor for fans of everything from Rick and Morty to Dungeon Crawler Carl. Originally published as the Fantasy Online series in 2017, Proxima Legends Volume One includes the first and second book in the series, as well as a novella starring Hiccup the goblin. For audiobook readers, the audio from the legendary Jeff Hays of Soundbooth Theater shows why his narration is top notch. For other audiobooks narrated by Jeff Hays and set in the Proxima Galaxy, check out The Feedback Loop, Monster Hunt NYCand The Last Warrior of Unigaea.

© 2023 Harmon Cooper ℗ 2023 Soundbooth Theater

About The Author

Raised by panthers in the pit of hell, Harmon Cooper escaped and found himself somewhere in central Texas. Realizing that he'd never look good in a cowboy hat, he moved to Asia, where he spent five years uncovering mysteries and honing his writing skills. Upon returning to America, Harmon relocated to New England, which is neither "new" nor "England," where he currently lives with his magical Mongolian wife. Harmon is the author of The Feedback Loop, Fantasy Online, Cherry Blossom Girls, Monster Hunt NYC, We Could Be Heroes, and the Last Warrior of Unigaea, all of which are works that have been touched by the warm fuzzy voices of SBT.

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