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Nenia Campbell ñ 8 Review

Review Endgame Virtual Reality Standalones #1 Nenia Campbell ñ 8 Review Endgame Virtual Reality Standalones #1 Summary ó 8 Deadly games Games that tell a story of profound corruption and massive scale government conspiracies warping the lines between fact and fictionThe only clue she has comes in the form of an exceedingly frustrating and potentially dangerous man named Catan Vareth But like everything else in her world his help will cost herCover design by Louis. I m literally breathless now It s all your fault Nens See what I did hereI have never been so proud and humbled of a graphiccover I made in my life yes I am responsible for the eerie futuristic eye It in no way rises to the level of awesome of the actual book I have also never wanted to never play any kind of virtual reality game this much EVER I am the furthest thing from a gamer my immediate family is made up of solely females besides my dad and video games are something I just watch my best guy friends battle each other at Let s just say I didn t need gaming experience to picture anything Insert freaked shudder Endgame is both almost clinical and chilling in its telling of Volera s so called double life as a Player of VR games and a girl who loses whole blocks of time to fugue states The world building is a little sparse at points but lush Nens integrates both the VR and real life settings extremely well The simulated forest game reminded me a little of The Hunger Games actually as did the omnipotent RegentNothing is ever in your face You just kind of read along and suddenly bam You wonder how Vol isn t catatonic in a ball in a corner I will admit to having sped through the past 60 pages or so in a breathless haze alternately cringing and weeping a little inside The pacing fit the overall plot very action y yet allowing us to understand Volera s fears and thoughts One particular line made me think she would ve been a hilarious heroine if it wasn t for her issues Several of the women are eying him with undisguised interest and a few are even adjusting their clothing so that their features are displayed to their best advantageBreast advantage Vol thinks and gigglesNens why you gotta be so dirtayyy 3Oh and Catan CATAN Yo Nens if you turn him into another GM I will kick you in the butt I WILLI guess I ve extolled enough virtues I will stop before I forget to take a shower and become a smelly cat lady But in case you re wondering if my friendship with the author somehow biased me it didn t It might not be a book for everyone but it surely is a book worthy of non self publicationI m expecting the ARC of the seuel tomorrow D

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Review Endgame Virtual Reality Standalones #1 Nenia Campbell ñ 8 Review Endgame Virtual Reality Standalones #1 Summary ó 8 Ve Regency but by night she is wracked by terrible nightmares that hint at a past she can no longer remember She suspects she might have killed someone and she's afraid that she might do it againAt the same time the games she's playing are growing steadily violent Someone is hacking into the system and creating bootlegged games Dangerous games. Still as great as the first time around I remembered absolutely nothing so I felt like I was reading it for the first time again which was great I got to be blown away by the last few chapters again This series is so promising

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Review Endgame Virtual Reality Standalones #1 Nenia Campbell ñ 8 Review Endgame Virtual Reality Standalones #1 Summary ó 8 Volera Magray is a Player she engages with the tourists who come to play the VR games for which her district is so famous She makes her living being pitted against other Players in terrifyingly real virtual reality games fought for the gratification of a hedonistic audienceFighting is all she knowsBy day she is a normal denizen of the oppressi. Every once in a while I wake up and have to puzzle out whether the events that just transpired in my head were memory or dream On occasion a dream is so vivid so real that it seems wholly probable that it actually happened For me these dreams tend to be of a mundane nature a meeting at work spending time with a friend masticating a kumuat So trivial are these types of dreams that I don t even need to spend time dwelling on whether they actually happened or not it s not that important really Of course I ve never dreamed that I went on a genocidal killing spreeUnfortunately for Volera our heroine in Endgame she not only has to confront that dream but the frightening possibility that it s far than just the vivid imaginings of a sleeping brain Set in a dystopian environment where professional game players help non pros navigate a series of harsh virtual scenarios Endgame is a uick read that manages to pack action and revelation into the final 20 pages than happens in the rest of the book And aye there s the rub as our old friend the Danish prince once said Campbell is clearly a talented storyteller with a head full of intriguing ideas that are clamoring to get out of her mind palace and frolic across the page There are intriguing nuggets of story all over the place the way the virtual gaming world works the mysterious backstory the increasingly terrifying truths that are hinted at all of which propel the reader forwardUnfortunately there s a disconcerting disconnect between the parts where I wanted detail about the world and the characteristics of its people about where these games fit into the social hierarchy about the supporting characters or even the major characters and the parts where detail comes in such a confusing rush that it s hard to figure out what s going on even though it seems like it s intriguing stuff case in point the aforementioned 20 pages I also didn t feel overly invested in Vol or her tormentorman candysavior Catan and I tend to struggle a bit when I m reading something where I don t really connect with the characters That might be of a personal thing though just because I didn t fall in love with these characters doesn t mean others will feel the same I mean I like Egon than I like Venkman so what does that say about me I don t think I ll continue with this series but I d certainly be open to reading of Campbell s work Whether you connect with the characters or find the pacing of the story to your liking dear readerswell that s for you to decide As for me I have kumuats that need masticating Or did I just dream thatThanks to the fabulous Jessasaurus Rexerrific for the buddy read This was inspired by Karlington s Authors Who Rock idea and by Jess s indie August