The Matrix/ Ender's Game meets The Hunger Games ...
What if, instead of traditional schools, children learned by participating in a virtual reality simulation, one that allowed them to experience, "life" from birth to death - multiple times?
What if one player,
on his final play,
could change the world forever...?
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I loved it!
This book was amazing. I would recommend this to everyone that loves science fiction books. The only thing I didn't like was the grammatical errors that I was able to find.
This was a fantastic book!! Great concept could you make the second book soon it leaves you on such a cliff hanger! 😃😃😃
The Game - Nice Surprise
Saw this book through Bookbub as a free download and decided to try it....
Found this to be a story that kept me reading and wanting to read the next in the series. Our main character Trew, aka Zack, discovers he, like so many others are living in a computer game. While living a charmed life on earth, his body resides in a medical bed on Tygon. Around Zack, members of his team are trying to ensure his virtual life is successful and entertaining to those viewing the game. Unbeknownst to them, other forces are at play trying to complicate matters and end both Zack and Trew’s lives on both worlds.
I like the characters of Trew and Danni, although much too perfect, and enjoyed the excerpts added into the story of fictional editorials that provided insights into the lives of the characters and ourselves. I had hoped Danni would have been a more significant character as I found her much more interesting than Trew. Perhaps in the second instalment of this series.