The Trapped Mind Project

The Trapped Mind Project

MichaelChatfield / Dec 12, 2019

The Trapped Mind Project A LitRPG SeriesThe Jukal Empire s fleets can t keep back the aggressive species An idea is fielded create Emerilia a world of magic Dwarves Elves and fantasy characters They can grow cycles of hum

  • Title: The Trapped Mind Project
  • Author: MichaelChatfield
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  • A LitRPG SeriesThe Jukal Empire s fleets can t keep back the aggressive species An idea is fielded, create Emerilia, a world of magic, Dwarves, Elves and fantasy characters They can grow cycles of human Players, conditioned in a simulation of Earth to make them want to play Emerilia The humans were a mighty foe for the Jukal Empire, but with their inhibitions gone and tA LitRPG SeriesThe Jukal Empire s fleets can t keep back the aggressive species An idea is fielded, create Emerilia, a world of magic, Dwarves, Elves and fantasy characters They can grow cycles of human Players, conditioned in a simulation of Earth to make them want to play Emerilia The humans were a mighty foe for the Jukal Empire, but with their inhibitions gone and the morality of a game never in question, they can hold back the tide of the Aggressive species while calling it fun What s the best way to control slaves Make them think that they re free.

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        Having spent the majority of his childhood jumping from country to country with his mother, Michael Chatfield now travels the world searching for inspiration He calls Canada home, for now, but regularly bounces across the pond to his true home, the UK Michael pays the bills as an Infanteer in the Canadian Military.Find him on Facebook by searching Michael Chatfield, or Twitter chatfieldsbooksCheck him out at michaelchatfield Nothing is impossible, never forget that.


    307 Comments

    1. The plot sounded so fun! But the characters are not believable and the prose is incoherent. It kind of reads like a Donald Trump speech about walk-through of a moderately interesting MMORPG. Which sucks because I really wanted to like it.


    2. You would think that it's not a gameIt's hard to call this story a LitRPG, the characters are so alive and the story sufficiently rich, that it's more like an epic fantasy with some LitRPG elements instead of a full LitRPG


    3. I deeply love all of the crafting and training and leveling, but the pacing ist well done. By the end of the prologue, we know the series's ultimate Big Bad and have an idea of the scale of a fight with them. The MC has all of this info by *mid-book* and. nothing with it. You can't intro a villain in book one and by book six, *still* have not even fought them (going by synopsis, at least).


    4. Pantheon, Mind f£%k, and LitRPGFinally someone writes a good LitRPG with a dysfunctional pantheon of glorified "gods" and does it with excellent epic fantasy style. Heaven!


    5. This text is LitRPG. If you don't like the genre, you will not like this book, since it follows the basic idea of narrating the adventures of a role-player/gamer. Conversely there will be many fans of the genre who hate this text, since it subverts the conventions of their genre. Instead of simply delivering a repetitive cycle of grinding and questing this tale attempts to look behind the scenes of LitRPG, asks some philosophical questions about the morality and psychological setup of MMORPG and [...]


    6. So I was up until 2:30 in the morning to finish reading the book. This is not normal and it's a credit to the story that it engaged me to that point.That's not to say that there aren't problems with the book. There's some heavy editing that needs to take place to make the story flow better, since this is apparently put together from a web serial.The game systems are vaguely complicated, so it should've been dumbed down or have better explanations on how it works. (Ie. Some skills start at lvl 3, [...]


    7. A bit of a refreshing change to the LITRPG genre. In most books the character is nobody in real life and goes on to become famous (or infamous) in game to likely fulfill most gamers secret desires. However, this character instead starts playing to get away from his fame and have a simple and quiet life. Of course adventuring inevitably ensues and the revelation that "Real life" wasn't so real after all is also a nice change up. You do need to be familiar with many gamer terms and at times a bit [...]


    8. The Matrix met Dungeons And Dragons and had a love child afflicted with Down's Syndrome. One of those books that I am embarrassed to admit that I liked. I won't recommend this, not because I didn't like it, but because it is not very well written, or edited. Still I can't say I didn't like it, or that I will not be reading the next on in the series (mostly due to the fact that I finished book #2 last night). So in short, don't read, unless you really want to, and don't say I didn't warn you if i [...]



    9. Slightly PainfulKept going back and trying to give this another chance and it took a dozen times until I finally got through it. In desperate need of an editor or even a proofread wouldn't have hurt. There were random sentences thrown in paragraphs that didn't even make sense. It completely takes the reader out of the story. The premise was intriguing but sloppy in execution. In case you happen to forget about the premise or how absolutely amazing the MC is, don't worry the writer repeatedly bea [...]


    10. An old idea done rightThe idea "this world is a computer simulation and there is something more out there" isn't a new one. however this book takes a step further by suggesting that the land of fiction with it's Elves, Dwarfs and magic IS the real world. That is simulation we live in was made to bore us to tears on purpose so we'd escape to the land of make believe.Now the first thing that came to my mind was "so this one game is the reality? what about everything else? books, Shows, Music, the [...]


    11. Hey, LitRPG writers, do yourself a favor, take a few days and play through Mass Effect 1 and 2. (Maybe 3 if you also watch the indoctrination theory video after. Avoid Andromeda)I had such high hopes for this story. It starts out great, the premise is unique and the setup up is smart and interesting. It stumbles right away; however, by going the rout of another bloody Fantasy MMORPG -_-. You guys know there are Scifi RPGs and even MMORPGs, right? I mean, with the setup you'd think Scifi MMORPG w [...]


    12. This book is good, but.It has some problems, starting with the very first chapter that just (in my opinion) detracts from what could have been a nice mystery/reveal thing. The middle of the book I think is the best part, I like the frontier feeling of building something up, and almost everyone likes the bettering-themselves feeling it gives off (even though most of us, myself very much included, are bad at it ourselves). The ending is dramatic and quite well done, yet again here comes the "but". [...]


    13. I don't know how many books this series has (I currently see 9 of them), but if the rest of the series is anything like the first one, I can see this is going to be one fantastic series, and one I won't hesitate to recommend to anyone who likes LitRPG, action, battles, and of course, books about elves, dwarves, dragons, and more. You can't go wrong with this book, even if you're not an LitRPG fan, if you liked the lord of the rings books, then this one should be right up your alley. It's maybe a [...]


    14. Enjoyable read with an interesting plot line. Fascinating leveling system. The NPC characters are very well done, i enjoyed them all, especially Bob. The player characters were a bit annoying, but fit common fantasy setting games. The world building is top notch and multi-layered. I loved the intricate detailing of smithing too. There might have been a couple of places where the story meandered away from the plot, but never for too long. The ending is very well done , neatly tying up the strings [...]


    15. A LitRPG, but with a depth and scope not seen in many. What if your daily life was a simulation run by aliens and the online RPG game you play was the real world? The book starts a little slow, but hits a good pace and gallops to a resounding finish. It covers a lot of interesting territory along the way. Definitely worth the time. I put off reading it because I assumed it was just another LitRPG. I am looking forward to reading more of the series.


    16. Better than l thought Well I ordered book 7, and realized I didn't know anything about Emerilia and it's players! Although it's a long story its really good,fun, and action packed not full of useless dialog just to fill pages. Start reading it and lets hope the series stays on par with this 1st book!


    17. Great story, minor grammar issues.The story is amazing and a pretty new take on the concept. Only thing I'd say is that it was kind of repetitive in the beginning. Repeating facts being told to the MC as of he had never heard of it before. Other then that and some minor typos great job! Can't wait to binge the rest.


    18. In a market that is flooded with litrpg genre I find this emerilia series to be slightly different to usual trapped in computer or transported to fantasy type story, I especially like the plot twist of fantasy world actually being real instead of so called real world being a virtual reality.


    19. Hard to follow in a few rough spots. Interesting story with reading.A few rough spots but a good story. Decent character development and worth the read. Scene and conversations shift without a lead and makes for a bit of confusion.


    20. An incredible world!This story was as intriguing as it was baffling to get my mind around. The premise made me really have to think out the entire way a world works. Loved the characters. Fun to read.


    21. Excellent bookI enjoyed it a lot. The only problems I have with it is that it's got Gods in it ;) I dislike books with all powerful creatures in it. They weren't pervasive though, so I'd give it a 4.5 if I could.


    22. I feel there is too much good happening to the main protagonist. With this sort of learning curve, I have no idea how he can possibly not be overpowered in the future books, especially considering he's a bit overpowered already. Still.a good LitRPG, well worth reading, if you like the genre :)


    23. Adolescent drivel at best, libertarian rant at worst, this is the masturbatory fantasy of a young man who has romanticised violence as a consequence of military training and yet not exposed to real conflict. Enrich your life and pass it by.


    24. Less telling and more showing pleaseThat pulled me out of the book constantly, along with the very unrealistic character interactions. Interesting premise, and the beginning was decent, but went downhill quickly.



    25. Another Mary Sue litRPG protagonist Little or no variation between racial dialects or character personalities besides the stereotypical trope characters and events.




    26. Great storyReally enjoyed this book it had everything you could want in a Litrpg leveling and stats and good story to keep you reading


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