Yes because the personal side to this book made me think of my own past inner turmoils of being a gamer.
It sounded genuine instead of someone over pronouncing every word like in other audio books I've listen to.
The part about GTA & the comparison to his own life.
I hope he writes another gaming book because I enjoyed this one.
Yes because I was sad when the journey ended.
Bilbo, without a doubt, because he did what he had to do not what was easy or comfortable for him.
No I haven't. I hope he does more. He did a great job.
Just when it ended. Like Bilbo, i was longing for more after it was over. It is a great story.
Only if they were into video games.
Each of the keys.& gates that were found.
It sounded like he was reading it. I should have sounded more relaxed & fluid. It also sounded like the many gamers you meet where they're bragging on their gaming accomplishments when you know their full of, well you know. So if that was his intent I stand corrected. Plus while listening to it I kept thinking of Wil Wheaton on Big Bang Theory & that didn't help either but an hour into it, that passed. :)
Not really, it's a book about a fake video game. I liked it but not really moved.
This is a must if you are a gamer.
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