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Millions on Earth are shaken by the events set in motion by Zack's final play. Billions on Tygon watch breathlessly as the consequences of his actions ripple through both worlds. Will his girlfriend, still inside the Game, step forward to lead the movement that he created?
Billions of lives are in jeopardy of being lost based on the decisions made by children inside the Game.
©2015 Terry Schott (P)2016 Podium Publishing
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By Mary P. on 02-01-17

Downhill from the first book.

Immature writing, no new innovative ideas introduced and really harped on the religious aspect. Last hr and a half was a chore to get through.

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By Ashley on 01-21-17

Didn't finish

I got through the first book, and enjoyed it some but the second book I actually regret buying. A little over halfway through I removed the download. Some parts were very interesting and others just were not and took up to much time for me. I would find myself distracted and not paying attention. Maybe it's partly because there are now gods, and greater power even in the real world. Tru is just looking like a second Jesus, it seems so unoriginal.

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By "thecol" on 01-02-17

Hold the Basil

Diverting enough story and Luke Daniels is his usual engaging self (though he loses a point for his cockney 'baddie' accent). My god though, the main character in this book is Basil Exposition. Every 10 minutes of so two characters have a conversation to lay out in explicit detail the inner workings of the game system that, given that it is the foundation of their society, they will have grown up understanding. NPCs for example.

Apart from that, it is a decent telling of a well worn trope with some interesting add ons. Doesn't surprise and delight like an Iain M Banks but worth a listen.

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By Monika Potaszynska on 10-20-17

great book

Can't wait to get my hands on the next part. so many twists to the story that hopefully will be uncover soon. highly recommended.

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