Top 25 Bestselling LitRPG Books ending 16 Dec 2017

Rank Book Title Author Reviews Number of Pages
1 Super Sales on Super Heroes: Book 2 William D. Arand 200 382
2 The Girl Who Lived: A Thrilling Suspense Novel Christopher Greyson 268 297
3 Project Alpha: Book 1 R.A. Mejia 60 366
4 Super Sales on Super Heroes William D. Arand 770 374
5 Empire Burning (Emerilia Book 11) Michael Chatfield 47 302
6 Rapture (Apocalypse Gates Author’s Cut Book 1) Daniel Schinhofen 83 383
7 Forgotten (The Forgotten Book 1) M.R. Forbes 73 324
8 Crystalfire Keep: A LITRPG Saga (Elements of Wrath Online Book 3) J.A. CiprianoJ.B. Garner 4 544
9 Head Down (The Valens Legacy Book 4) Jan Stryvant 110 213
10 Eden’s Gate: The Sands: A LitRPG Adventure Edward Brody 56 426
11 Dungeon Calamity (The Divine Dungeon Book 3) Dakota Krout 268 405
12 Viridian Gate Online: Imperial Legion: A litRPG Adventure (The Viridian Gate Archives Book 4) James Hunter 30 370
13 Dungeon Lord (The Wraith’s Haunt – A litRPG series Book 1) Hugo Huesca 127 332
14 Chronicles of a Royal Pet: The Majesty of Magic (Royal Ooze Chronicles Book 2) Ian Rodgers 36 564
15 The Starry Skies of Darkaan (Realm of Arkon Book 6) G. Akella 28 239
16 The Twilight Obelisk (Mirror World Book #4) LitRPG series Alexey Osadchuk 18 435
17 The Gods of the Second World (LitRPG The Weirdest Noob Book 3) Arthur Stone 85 304
18 A Slave in the Locked Lands (LitRPG The Weirdest Noob Book 2) Arthur Stone 69 405
19 The Builder’s Pride (The Legendary Builder Book 3) J.A. Cipriano 35 480
20 Viridian Gate Online: Cataclysm: A litRPG Adventure (The Viridian Gate Archives Book 1) James Hunter 152 307
21 Space Knight Book 2 Samuel E. Green Michael-Scott Earle 95 579
22 The Pantheon Moves (Emerilia Book 10) Michael Chatfield 67 355
23 The Way of the Clan 7 (World of Valdira) Dem Mikhaylov 4 275
24 Gamer for Life (Alpha World Book 1) Daniel Schinhofen 284 397
25 Black Friday (The Valens Legacy Book 1) Jan Stryvant 293 164

 

2 thoughts on “Top 25 Bestselling LitRPG Books ending 16 Dec 2017”

  1. That one also had me puzzled. Otherwise, this list would have been posted early Sunday morning. Apparently, the author is using LitRPG as a keyword. There’s no other way my algorithm could’ve picked it up. But it does concern me because I value the integrity of the algorithm I use.

    The list doesn’t come out arbitrarily, I put a lot of time and effort into making the algorithm is good as it can possibly be. I haven’t had a chance to read the book, so I left it up for now.

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