Made : Continue Online

  • by Stephan Morse
  • Narrated by Pavi Proczko
  • Series: Continue Online
  • 16 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Grant Legate comes out of his time as William Carver with more questions than answers. Still, character creation awaits. After that lies a virtual world where he can learn new skills, make new friends, and perhaps beat up a monster or two. Anything to assist with his need to be distracted from an unstable past. There will be no more trials or living as another man. He's the master of his fate, he's the captain of his soul.
Only the Voices want to keep working with Grant and they expand on their prior offer. Their reasons are many, a messenger to move people about the world, eyes and ears at sensitive locations. They offer rewards in exchange for completion of their tasks and all he need do is accept.
Forces in the virtual world aren't the only ones showing an interest in Grant's recent activities. People outside the box start to ask how his experience went, with none of them knowing of Grant's status as an Ultimate Edition user. Wheels turn as the AIs running Continue Online poke and prod Grant towards another performance. This time, the consequences end up being more personal than he could have expected. What exactly is their plan, and what does it mean to the rest of humanity?

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as always Exquisite book

it's like a fuse Slow Burn it takes a while but in the end the story off this series is one that is sure to enthrall people if you like video games and fantasy it forces you to think how about your existence in reality well also allowing some humor so things don't get too dark it shows the depths of despair and the triumphs of a human soul after the loss of a loved one and the rediscovery of possibility cannot wait until the next book is out on audio download.
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- Cory

pure literary RPG fans stay away

the first book in the series is quite good. this book however seems to have a very confusing and very convoluted plot line. I was hoping that they had worked through most of the weirdness in the first book to give us a pure literary RPG experience. but I was wrong most of the book spends all its time looking Within and giving the literary runaround on the story. too much looking in not enough progression of the story, and too much time spent fiddling around with characters that you don't care about. if you like deep roundabout stories that don't ever get to the point and introduce a new characters and other people without giving them adequate backstory or detail this is the story for you.
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- James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-11-2017
  • Publisher: Stephan Morse