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Old 03-27-2024, 03:52 AM   #1
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Litrpg or Portal Progression book series, complete ones

I am loving reading (at the moment) Litrpg and Portal Progression series, but most seem to be not finished, quite a few even with probably a never ending slew of books still coming in the future.

Unfortunately I do not have that time anymore, heard a few weeks ago that my cancer is untreatable, and as such, am running against a clock.

So now i want to (desperately, as reading is my escape valve) read good series in this genre, but i do not want to mis the end, because it will not be written before, well, I have to turn my last and final page, so now i am looking for recommendations of good and great series that are complete or are near that (last part coming this year, as i hopefully have that much time left.

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It's tricky to know which series are complete, since I haven't read many to the end (and honestly I suspect a lot of the ongoing series lose steam after a few books, just like TV shows that get run into the ground), but here are a couple of suggestions:

The Euphoria Online series by Phil Tucker, starting with Death March - This is a trapped-in-VR story. It's a complete trilogy of fairly short books, and I enjoyed it.

The Mage Errant series by John Bierce, starting with Into the Labyrinth - This is a straight secondary world progression fantasy, starting with a magic school. No portals or VR, so maybe not what you're looking for. I also had to check whether this was actually complete, since I am reading book 5 of 7 right now, but it does appear that book 7 is the finale. I can't say whether it sticks the landing, but I have enjoyed it so far.

If I think of any more I will add them.
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It's tricky to know which series are complete, since I haven't read many to the end (and honestly I suspect a lot of the ongoing series lose steam after a few books, just like TV shows that get run into the ground), but here are a couple of suggestions:

The Euphoria Online series by Phil Tucker, starting with Death March - This is a trapped-in-VR story. It's a complete trilogy of fairly short books, and I enjoyed it.

The Mage Errant series by John Bierce, starting with Into the Labyrinth - This is a straight secondary world progression fantasy, starting with a magic school. No portals or VR, so maybe not what you're looking for. I also had to check whether this was actually complete, since I am reading book 5 of 7 right now, but it does appear that book 7 is the finale. I can't say whether it sticks the landing, but I have enjoyed it so far.

If I think of any more I will add them.
Thank you! Euphoria Online was not on my radar, ill add all 3 books to my Kindle right away Mage Errant was devoured last year
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