The world as it once was is no more. Currency is a thing of the past, prices have skyrocket, and the best way to earn units in a world where three jobs would barely keep you afloat is through a game. Collecting loot to exchange for real life counterparts. It is the hope people need. They immerse themselves in a post-apocalyptic world, and by doing so may even fail to notice the true horror of their current one. Francesco is one such man, new to the scene he hopes to farm for the units needed to help his wife, but he soon discovers the true horror of this new world.
Francesco Augustine Bernadone: A Brief History of Our Tomorrows (Love and Fear: The Future is Bucharest Book 1) is a short read that would hold appeal to fans of both dystopian fiction and LiRPG. Well written, fun to read, and left on a cliff hanger. A nice, short, and compelling read that once you start you’ll find impossible to put down. You begin to get a real feel for the characters, their lives, and hardships, I’m certainly interested to see where book two takes us.