Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Litrpg books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.
- Advent (Red Mage) (2018)
- Janus and Oblivion: A LitRPG Saga (The Nightmares of Alamir) (2019)
- Shadow Sun Survival: Shadow Sun Book One (2019)
- Re-Start (Level Up +1): LitRPG Series (2018)
- Finding a Body (The Dark Herbalist Book IV): LitRPG series (2018)
- Into the Light (Axe Druid) (2019)
- Hero (Level Up +2): LitRPG Series (2018)
- Shade’s First Rule (Divine Apostasy) (2019)
- Temple of Sorrow (Stonehaven League) (Volume 1) (2018)
- Ritualist (The Completionist Chronicles) (Volume 1) (2018)
Advent (Red Mage) (2018)
Drew Michalik was working in a top-secret facility in Washington, D.C. when the Advent began. As all electronics in the world simply ceased to work, blue screens filled with information appeared before him. Drew was given access to a mana interface and a limited number of reality-altering crystals called Xatherite. Following the instructions on his vision-impairing screens, he ‘slotted’ his Xatherite and changed his fate: he gained the ability to cast spells.
Janus and Oblivion: A LitRPG Saga (The Nightmares of Alamir) (2019)
Not many refuse heaven. Fewer reject paradise.
Shadow Sun Survival: Shadow Sun Book One (2019)
How well would you fare if the apocalypse fell upon you? Could you survive more than a few days? Would you be able to feed yourself? Find clean water? Safe shelter? Heal your wounds? Allistor is a gamer geek who has spent most of his life indoors, playing virtual reality MMORPGS and reading classic LitRPG books.
Re-Start (Level Up +1): LitRPG Series (2018)
"A very good book. My life stopped for five hours!" — "Hugely motivating! A fast-paced, easy read which was worth the sleepless night. On to Book Two!" — "A Real-LitRPG author faces the challenging task of walking the tightrope, doing a balancing act between the drab normalcy of everyday routine and the hero's larger-than-life adventures which might prove too improbable to convince the skeptical reader.
Finding a Body (The Dark Herbalist Book IV): LitRPG series (2018)
What is it like for a small flap-eared goblin herbalist to play the role of the Dark Sovereign, the main antagonist for Boundless Realm’s hundreds of millions of players? What is it like to find one’s self the standard bearer for an army of man-eating giants, cyclopes, skeletons, ghosts and other hellspawn, who don’t give a damn about their modest little ruler?Our hero didn’t desire such an unenviable fate, but there is no way back now.
Into the Light (Axe Druid) (2019)
Chris and his friends had been hearing voices begging for help, but aren’t dreams supposed to stay dreams? When they finally answer the call, they’re pulled into a fantastic world with themes similar to modern role-playing games. The world of Brindolla. This is what every gamer has always wanted… right? There’s one major problem: War.
Hero (Level Up +2): LitRPG Series (2018)
A lazy and wussy ex-gamer, Phil becomes one of the few humans who receive a mysterious alien piece of wetware which allows them to see the world through an augmented-reality interface very similar to those used in a MMORPG game. Guided by its stats and messages, Phil begins to level up, gradually transforming himself and his life. He even opens his own business in order to help his friends and complete strangers who acquire a newfound respect for him, assisting him in his travails.
Shade’s First Rule (Divine Apostasy) (2019)
A new LitRPG world has arrived!It’s Ruwen’s Ascension Day, and he finally dies for the first time. His newly revived body can learn Spells and Abilities for the Class given him by the Goddess Uru, and dying is no longer permanent.Ruwen’s high intelligence makes becoming a Mage inevitable. With his new powers, he will locate his parents and clear their family name.
Temple of Sorrow (Stonehaven League) (Volume 1) (2018)
Relic Online is the hottest new game out there, and it’s Devon Walker’s best hope for escaping her hard-knock life. Thanks to her rocking achievements in other games, she’s been hired as a salaried player. Even better, her new position comes with cutting-edge implants that turn RO’s virtual reality into a full sensory explosion. Her only task?
Ritualist (The Completionist Chronicles) (Volume 1) (2018)
The decision to start a new life is never an easy one, but for Joe the transition was far from figurative. Becoming a permanent addition to a game world, it doesn’t take long to learn that people with his abilities are actively hunted.
Best Litrpg Books That You Need
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The Dungeon Destroyer: A LitRPG Level-Up Adventure (The Dungeon Slayer Series Book 2)
Author(s): Konrad Ryan
ID: 2856312, Publisher: Independent, Year: 2020, Size: 376 Kb, Format: epub
Dark: Fearless Pioneer (Dark LitRPG book 1)
Author(s): Stone, Arthur [Stone, Arthur]
ID: 2424951, Publisher: , Year: 2019, Size: 1 Mb, Format: azw3
God of Gnomes (God Core #1) - A Dungeon Core LitRPG
Author(s): Harper, Demi & Books, Portal [Harper, Demi]
ID: 2427282, Publisher: Portal Books, Year: 2019, Size: 600 Kb, Format: azw3
Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are really record-breakers according to USA Today, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.