When a young woman's nude body is discovered on the Xenon game company's corporate campus, community manager Lexy Cooper gets an early morning call from her uncle, homicide detective Mike Malick, to ID the corpse. As Malick investigates the crime, Lexy works the case from inside Xenon and discovers more about the seedy underbelly of the games industry than she ever wanted to know.
©2013 Christa Charter (P)2014 Christa Charter
I read it first and enjoyed the book. The characters are interesting and it is a view of a world that I am truly only on the outskirts of.
The pace of the story is very good. It is a quick read or listen and but fun.
I don't know if it is the production but there was a lot so white noise in the recording. Tassoula sound like she is reading more than perfroming. The voices were good and consistent. I did find her narration somewhat boring.
"Good internet/social media mystery"
Current, sexy, clever
Mike - he's Lexy's mentor and guide - because he's cool, protective and smart, the sort of father I'd like to be.
Tassoula has a wonderful voice, a storyteller's voice. She has a great grasp of pace and tempo and caught the meter of the story very well.
It was and I did.
Great cast of characters - I was delighted to meet them all. Great setting - the videogame cyberverse. Great story - you can't beat a fun mystery!
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