Game Over

  • by Derek Edgington
  • Narrated by Dee Drew
  • 8 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Game Over takes place in the distant future, in a place far, far away from the planet we call home, in the virtual universe called Elisium.
Imagine a society freed from crime and illness, one sustained by a single, eminently logical system that was designed to seek ultimate perfection. The Sibyl System seeks the elusive state of human perfection, and, through the course of its quest, the System will become its greatest enemy.
Now imagine that a reluctant hero is called to save what remains of the human race residing on what was once proudly called Earth by its inhabitants.
Ekko Everlasting is thrust into the world of the game, No-Life, without any corresponding memories to motivate him to think about anything besides himself. Ekko cares about saving his own skin and regaining his lost self - exclusively in that order - not saving the universe, let alone two of them!

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Choose your own adventure audiobook!

I grew up a huge fan of the choose your own adventure books. I loved them and loved how the story could be read repeatedly with different happenings and different endings. I saw an audiobook version and had to try it. I enjoyed it but ran into a problem. I mostly listen while driving on an accident riddled, construction covered, very deadly highway in Florida (I-4). So when it came time to choose, I couldn't just pick a "chapter" to jump to, I had to go to a specific minute and second. This was the books Only downfall. Had I been able to
Just say for the hero to do "A" click on chapter 4 for the hero to do "B" click
On chapter 9. That would make the book a 5. In the mean time since I couldn't take my eyes off long enough for the specific adjustments the story got a.l bit jumbled for me. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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- Mary Karowski

This book was not meant for audible...

This book is like the choose your own adventure books from my youth. The audio isn't organized in ways to skip to the correct section and choose a complete story thread. Listening strait through makes the story jump all around and makes it confusing.
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- Vaul

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-12-2016
  • Publisher: Derek Edgington Productions