Winner of the American Book Fest's 2021 Best Book Award in Science Fiction
“Prescott is one brilliant dude.” —JJ Abrams
It’s 1993, and Jay and Colin are small-town geeks. Senior year is nearly over, and they’re still as unpopular as ever.
Everything changes when they discover a disk containing a computer program called The Build, a pixel-perfect replica of their hometown. As the boys tweak its code, they discover they can bend the laws of reality. With godlike power, they react as any teenager would: hacking high school to make it more awesome.
But someone—or something—is watching. And as their friends and neighbors begin acting increasingly strange, they buckle in for an epic battle. Jay and Colin must pull out all their cheat codes to save themselves, their town—and the very fabric of existence.
Excellent storyline. A very creative concept!
An excellent read with interesting twists, satisfying characters and good writing throughout. Although the ending had pixelated predictive hints beforehand I still was surprised and impressed when the finale unfolded. You will be pleased
with the imaginative world- building. Literally. Read and enjoy! I hope this author realizes we’d love more d’ne storytelling from him!