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Digital Heretic: The Game Is Life Book 2
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My Review

When I read through the first book, the story was quite unique and it kept my attention. But it seems when I got to the second book a month or so later, my interest in it seemed to really wane. I don't know if it was the story itself, or the narration, but I just could not bare listening to anymore.

It might be something I will try to go back to in the future because the idea of living several lifetimes inside of a video game as a means to prepare yourself for your real life, and build a "retirement" is just a unique idea. Not something that I really want to pass up. But it just seems like the first few chapters were so depressing and sad that I just could not bare all the depression. I find myself to be a very emotionally driven person, so if a book is overly depressing it really weighs me down.

So overall if you can get past the first couple chapters and get back into the rhythm of the previous book, I think you might enjoy it. But for me I think I'm going to pass for now.

Publisher's Summary

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.

 

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