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Into the Tower! Morgan and his friends won the right to be a part of an expedition to the Tower of Power. Part of a raid group that was led by two Great Guilds, and had the intention of conquering the Tower. But, no one who had ventured beyond the third floor had ever returned. Adventuring might be a dangerous profession, and ascended might encounter death at every turn, b Into the Tower! Morgan and his friends won the right to be a part of an expedition to the Tower of Power. Part of a raid group that was led by two Great Guilds, and had the intention of conquering the Tower. But, no one who had ventured beyond the third floor had ever returned. Adventuring might be a dangerous profession, and ascended might encounter death at every turn, but there is a reason why most do not attempt to climb the Tower. For most ascended going into the Tower is a risk not worth taking, in opinions of some, it was equal to suicide. But there were a few who still dreamed of something more than pointless living. Preparations for the attempt to climb the Tower begin, led by some of the most powerful ascended in the world. But Morgan and his friends still had a lot to learn before they were strong enough to survive the first floor. Attempting to climb the Tower took more than just will, it required training and planning. And Morgan and his friends needed to learn how to work with the rest of the ascended in the raid group if they were to have a chance to survive. In the end, there was only one truth, and the Tower revealed who an ascended truly was. The Tower would show them if they were worthy of gaining greater power. WARNING: This book contains RPG mechanics and tables, profanity, mature themes, and a main character who thinks that he is funny. Author's note: This book series is part of KalVerse. All of my books take place inside a shared multiverse, and some characters crossover from series to series. But it is not required for you to read all the series in order to understand what is happening, each series has its own set of characters and a storyline which is contained inside of that series.


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Into the Tower! Morgan and his friends won the right to be a part of an expedition to the Tower of Power. Part of a raid group that was led by two Great Guilds, and had the intention of conquering the Tower. But, no one who had ventured beyond the third floor had ever returned. Adventuring might be a dangerous profession, and ascended might encounter death at every turn, b Into the Tower! Morgan and his friends won the right to be a part of an expedition to the Tower of Power. Part of a raid group that was led by two Great Guilds, and had the intention of conquering the Tower. But, no one who had ventured beyond the third floor had ever returned. Adventuring might be a dangerous profession, and ascended might encounter death at every turn, but there is a reason why most do not attempt to climb the Tower. For most ascended going into the Tower is a risk not worth taking, in opinions of some, it was equal to suicide. But there were a few who still dreamed of something more than pointless living. Preparations for the attempt to climb the Tower begin, led by some of the most powerful ascended in the world. But Morgan and his friends still had a lot to learn before they were strong enough to survive the first floor. Attempting to climb the Tower took more than just will, it required training and planning. And Morgan and his friends needed to learn how to work with the rest of the ascended in the raid group if they were to have a chance to survive. In the end, there was only one truth, and the Tower revealed who an ascended truly was. The Tower would show them if they were worthy of gaining greater power. WARNING: This book contains RPG mechanics and tables, profanity, mature themes, and a main character who thinks that he is funny. Author's note: This book series is part of KalVerse. All of my books take place inside a shared multiverse, and some characters crossover from series to series. But it is not required for you to read all the series in order to understand what is happening, each series has its own set of characters and a storyline which is contained inside of that series.

30 review for The Great Raid

  1. 5 out of 5

    GaiusPrimus

    Great continuation of the series I continue to enjoy this series. The author does a good job of focusing on the right things and skipping "the grind". We're left with a bunch of very fun training montage-style parts of the book and a fast paced story. I don't know how he plans to combine all his series as part of what he claims is the Kalverse, but will be interesting to see. Great continuation of the series I continue to enjoy this series. The author does a good job of focusing on the right things and skipping "the grind". We're left with a bunch of very fun training montage-style parts of the book and a fast paced story. I don't know how he plans to combine all his series as part of what he claims is the Kalverse, but will be interesting to see.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Angus

    Excellent book! This book is well deserving of a 5 star rating. It continues the overall story well, and focuses on the character development of the protagonist, the element of which Ivan has got near perfect in this series! My only annoyance comes from the lack of understanding and teases of the multimeter spread throughout, but this is a personal issue and one that stems from my desire to devour all of Mr Kal's series! Excellent book! This book is well deserving of a 5 star rating. It continues the overall story well, and focuses on the character development of the protagonist, the element of which Ivan has got near perfect in this series! My only annoyance comes from the lack of understanding and teases of the multimeter spread throughout, but this is a personal issue and one that stems from my desire to devour all of Mr Kal's series!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey R

    Another good book Ivan's books are all good. Some are better than others. This is one of his best. He has a high output so we won't have to wait forever for the next one. Another good book Ivan's books are all good. Some are better than others. This is one of his best. He has a high output so we won't have to wait forever for the next one.

  4. 5 out of 5

    James

    A very good book. I enjoyed this book and I continue to be engaged with the story as we see how all the characters for together.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sydney

    3 That I Wake Stars The Great Raid is the fourth installment into the LitRPG series Tower of Power by Ivan Kal. Not only maybe the shortest book in the series but also the most disappointing. It didn’t have the consistent draw the rest of Tower of Power offered. Basically started falling off as soon as they stepped into the Tower. Perhaps my expectations were simply too high? I kept waiting for the series to reach farther, where only the second book seemed to have any true potential. Disappoint 3 That I Wake Stars The Great Raid is the fourth installment into the LitRPG series Tower of Power by Ivan Kal. Not only maybe the shortest book in the series but also the most disappointing. It didn’t have the consistent draw the rest of Tower of Power offered. Basically started falling off as soon as they stepped into the Tower. Perhaps my expectations were simply too high? I kept waiting for the series to reach farther, where only the second book seemed to have any true potential. Disappointing. There were also some appalling grammatical errors and the writing is nowhere near on par with what Ivan has presented previously. . . Spoilers**BEWARE** . . . . . They only conquer the first level. Act entirely surprised when people actually die. The awaited scene near the end of the book with Moirai finally accomplishing a connection with Morgan was upsetting, and entirely too simple? It all became so rote. Supplying merely the basic necessities to attain a beginning, middle, and end, then essentially giving up. I was a little reassured about the possible potential for the fifth book following this. With the epilogue showing Vollara and Rainor at least surviving. Underwhelmed. Let down. Hopes crushed. This book made me cranky. *big sad*

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michael Lynn

    Excellent continuation of the series with great pacing, action, and progress to the story line and a great setup for the next one. If you have enjoyed the series you will love this one and everything points to the next one being even better. This is also a place where we have more of a unique Litrpg system in place with deeper understanding of the whole Kalverse/Metaverse. If you have read his other books you will notice some nice Easter eggs and references here and there that do not make readin Excellent continuation of the series with great pacing, action, and progress to the story line and a great setup for the next one. If you have enjoyed the series you will love this one and everything points to the next one being even better. This is also a place where we have more of a unique Litrpg system in place with deeper understanding of the whole Kalverse/Metaverse. If you have read his other books you will notice some nice Easter eggs and references here and there that do not make reading the other books a requirement but a very nice enhancement of your enjoyment of the series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Vincent Archer

    Good RPG progression. It's time for our heroes to graduate from group dungeon dives (and magical tournaments) to raiding. There's relatively little that happens in the grand scheme in this book, it's more of small events, progression, background information (seeing the MC from the The Eternal Path series show up as a floor boss is a fun idea). There's still a major character progression at one point, or the book would be a filler, but that's probably enough for a short book like most of the series Good RPG progression. It's time for our heroes to graduate from group dungeon dives (and magical tournaments) to raiding. There's relatively little that happens in the grand scheme in this book, it's more of small events, progression, background information (seeing the MC from the The Eternal Path series show up as a floor boss is a fun idea). There's still a major character progression at one point, or the book would be a filler, but that's probably enough for a short book like most of the series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Steven Naylor

    Rating 3.5 stars Still a good series. Not my favorite since this one deals with a much larger group that has entered the tower. I prefer the smaller group tactics or the one-on-one fights from the previous books. It is hard to keep track of the action when there are so many people involved. Also, I only really care about a few characters. This had to happen though, so I can't complain too much. On to the next book. Rating 3.5 stars Still a good series. Not my favorite since this one deals with a much larger group that has entered the tower. I prefer the smaller group tactics or the one-on-one fights from the previous books. It is hard to keep track of the action when there are so many people involved. Also, I only really care about a few characters. This had to happen though, so I can't complain too much. On to the next book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    David McQuaw

    The story continues! I can't believe just how good this series has been so far. I've been absolutely captivated. The time jumps, though necessary, do cause you to lose out on some of the character growth, but it does not take anything away from the story at large. This has been such a great addition to the series and I'm really excited for the next one! The story continues! I can't believe just how good this series has been so far. I've been absolutely captivated. The time jumps, though necessary, do cause you to lose out on some of the character growth, but it does not take anything away from the story at large. This has been such a great addition to the series and I'm really excited for the next one!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ben Mailey

    Antler Bear....no thank you A journey, a new heart, a deeper connection, and a truth known but now confirmed. This book was one of sorrow and triumphs, one of defeats and victories, this book made the connections more profound and the bonds stronger. The story was great and the promise of more even greater.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    Nice continuation to the story, and absolutely looking forward to the next one in the series. Nice job here folks, if you're an LitRPG fan, then this series should probably be on your bookshelf. It's not the best LitRPG out there, but it has plenty of the things that make the stories enjoyable, and that's definitely something that makes it worth reading. Nice continuation to the story, and absolutely looking forward to the next one in the series. Nice job here folks, if you're an LitRPG fan, then this series should probably be on your bookshelf. It's not the best LitRPG out there, but it has plenty of the things that make the stories enjoyable, and that's definitely something that makes it worth reading.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lukas Kneeland

    Another good one Follows along with good action and enjoyable RPG elements. The action is fast paced and continuous without over powering the story line or trying to be the whole story fast leveling coupled with explanation though not of the upper power levels yet.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    Morgan gains. Book 4 has the same insane Morgan that we love. Some good side characters progression and interactions. The THING grows

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rodger Nelson

    Yay finally we get to climbing the tower. This is a great continuation of the series.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Pip

    3.5 Stars

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nick Baumann

    Awesome I can not wait for the next book. Says mid April I sure hope that’s not wishful thinking and it’s a fact. Thx you sir for the great books

  17. 5 out of 5

    Harold J

    Good read, I enjoyed this book. Looking forward to the next.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rickie Brown

    Surprising! This chapter of the story had some twists that I was not expecting, and had still lived up to the quality I’ve come to expect from the other booms.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    Spelling and grammar are still quite poor. A competent proof-reader is needed! Other than that, an enjoyable tale set in an established universe.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mike Goodman

    Entertaining Story This story of a guy who created a world to train a army through making everyone have to kill stronger monsters to live is a interesting story.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Leigh

    Good book. Good series. I enjoyed all the books in this series. The story flows well and the plot holds together. I eagerly await the next book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    Tower book Good story that advances the plot to the name of the series - climbing the tower. I liked previous books and world building but glad to get to the main event

  23. 4 out of 5

    Johnie C

    Good read I enjoyed reading this book very much and would recommend it highly to anyone that like litRPG type of books.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Antoine Robert

    Solid! Good action, nice character development, interesting challenges! Really enjoyed my reading!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Knight

    Can’t wait Can’t wait for the next book in the series to come out. This is one of my favorite novels by the Author.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    Decent Series Good series and in general I recommend it to anyone looking for decent fantasy without the trashy nonsense. Little swearing, but nothing that is over the top or distracting from the story. My biggest qualm is that not much happens each book and it feels a little like the story is really being dragged out too much. What's there is really good and I definitely recommend the series. But it moves a bit too slow. Decent Series Good series and in general I recommend it to anyone looking for decent fantasy without the trashy nonsense. Little swearing, but nothing that is over the top or distracting from the story. My biggest qualm is that not much happens each book and it feels a little like the story is really being dragged out too much. What's there is really good and I definitely recommend the series. But it moves a bit too slow.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mhinternational88

  28. 5 out of 5

    Justin Richardson

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ehren

  30. 4 out of 5

    ian

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