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Publisher's Summary

War is coming!
The government has accelerated their super soldier program. Their new Virtual Reality system is the perfect tool to train soldiers for the coming war. There is a shortage of enlisted men and women that possess the "talent". Everyone from athletes to professional gamers must be sorted and vetted. Humanity is on the line.
Lucius is one of those lucky few selected to participate in Codename: Freedom, a new game that promises to push Virtual Reality to the ultimate level. Unknown to him, the Game Developers have no time to waste. With the pain dampeners turned off and an army ready to attack the new players as they enter Codename: Freedom, he will have to ask himself an unexpected question. Is his dream worth suffering for? Will he quit, go mad, or find the motivation to fight when it becomes painfully clear that this is far from just another game?
©2017 Apollos Thorne (P)2017 Podium Publishing
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By les on 12-25-17

Repetitive narrative " feelings"

The book had a good concept. Good characters and nice world building. But they choose to make everything about feelings. Like a drama instead of a book about gaming. Focusing on getting injured and how that made you feel. How others felt. It nothing wrong with feelings but it prolonged scenes way to much. Could been 4 hours instead of 9. I felt like after 9 hrs the story could advanced so much with another author but only 4 days passed. Then the author would prolong the scene with info he just gave like the character status for 5 minutes. Explaining what fast twitch muscle mean n etc. Almost like he lacked imagination and wanted to set it up for another book. Which he did

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By Cory on 12-23-17

just yes here we go

this is a story that starts off slow and builds we have a potential for an amazing series hopefully don't make the mistake of waiting six or seven months to put the next book out on audio as with these type of series they need to be cranked out as soon as possible but also maintain the high quality from the first book to the last

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2 of 4 people found this review helpful

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