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Book review: Stan Faryna A Brief History of Our Tomorrows (@Faryna )

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.… Continue reading Book review: Stan Faryna A Brief History of Our Tomorrows (@Faryna )

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Book review: Accidental Thief by C.J. Davis and Jamie Davis

Hal Dix had plotted and lied to secure himself a long weekend of gaming. His wife would take his daughter away for a few days to visit her parents, while he 'worked'. Of course, by worked he actually meant worked on his gaming skills. Even he didn’t realise exactly how much effort would actually be… Continue reading Book review: Accidental Thief by C.J. Davis and Jamie Davis

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Book review: Harmon Cooper’s The Feedback Loop

Quantum was stuck, day after day, year after year living the same day. Like a twisted version of Groundhog day, bit filled with violence. He could set the time by who was attacking him, or the movement of trash. Every day was perfect repetition, although his actions changed small things, some days he died, others… Continue reading Book review: Harmon Cooper’s The Feedback Loop

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Book review: J.A. Hunter’s Viridian Gate online: Cataclysm

It was the end of the world, and those who didn't win the survivor lotto were given an option, a 100% fatality or an 88.3% chance of surviving by uploading themselves into Viridian Gate Online. Of course to do this, you had to have the gear, fortunately for Jack he had been given the full immersion… Continue reading Book review: J.A. Hunter’s Viridian Gate online: Cataclysm

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Book review: Peter Meredith’s Infinite Reality: Daggerland Online Novel 1 (@petermeredith01 )

Roan had never been much of a gamer, in fact, he'd never been a gamer at all. He was quite happy grounded in reality, that was, until his work with the FBI forced him to hook up and join the popular gaming realm of Daggerland. The FBI had been called to investigate a series of… Continue reading Book review: Peter Meredith’s Infinite Reality: Daggerland Online Novel 1 (@petermeredith01 )

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Book review: Anthea Sharp’s Spark: Feyguard Book 1

Spark Jaxley was a professional gamer, and boy did she draw in the crowds. With the upcoming release of FullD and the awesome game Feyland, her schedule was more hectic than ever. The last thing she needed was to cross paths with a Hacker, intent of finding the cheats and selling them before the game… Continue reading Book review: Anthea Sharp’s Spark: Feyguard Book 1

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Book review: Darren Hultberg Jr’s Realmbound

Dark, terrifying, horned demons emerged the world over on the day the world ended. But these seemingly invulnerable creatures were different to the other monsters that appeared, they didn't hunt just any running flesh, they hunted those of power, politicians, figureheads, leaders, so why had one pursued Rian. He was nothing special, an eighteen year… Continue reading Book review: Darren Hultberg Jr’s Realmbound

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Book review: Headshot: One in the Gut by Matthew Siege

Ryan had always been a gamer, he had tried so many AR games, but none of them had been quite like Headshot. It was free to play, if you were willing to play a zombie that is. Who better to provide sport and populate the world with zombies than the 'mindless masses'? The name of… Continue reading Book review: Headshot: One in the Gut by Matthew Siege