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Continue Online Part Five: Together

Narrated by: Pavi Proczko
Series: Continue Online, Book 5
Length: 16 hrs and 19 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (431 ratings)

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The game is no longer about adventures in a new world or exploring fantasy lands. Grant’s digital wife faces deletion, along with everyone else he cares for. He and those who know this is more than a game event search for clues to salvation left behind by the game's creators. Even if he finds them all, the Voices have one last task for their messenger. A sacrifice.

©2017 Stephan Morse (P)2018 Stephan Morse

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A worthwhile conclusion to a solid VR/AI series

I gave the previous books in this series 4 stars. Good, but not great. I guess my only real issue with the series is with the protagonist who is self-consistent, but weak in some ways I find a bit inconsistent with the theme. Without any spoilers, I'll say that the author spends a great deal of time on the conclusion and pulls things together in a satisfying way. I found it a little difficult to get through a few parts of this final book, but am happy I went to the end. A good (somewhat) thought provoking book.

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Fun series....

Was a little hesitant to continue after the first book. Mostly because of the narrator, but I'm glad I kept going. Narration got better and the story was a good one from the start. It's got humor, drama, love interests and nerdy rpg action. Overall, I give it 5 stars as a series.

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wraps up the series really well

good series that ended well. very rarely does a series end wrapped up so completely. it was a good series and i would recommend to anyone who likes LITRPG.

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A wonderful end to a great series.

I'm amazed at how good this conclusion was. I hate how some authors just leave you hanging, but this author did not. I say it's the last but they could continue it. lots of potential for more books. keep them coming:)

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Must buy!

the whole series are worth it go and buy it now!
You won’t regret it

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Great ending to an awesome series.

Awesome is his father.

There is full closure in this novel, something we rarely get from authors.

Pick up the first one if you stumbled on this review of the last installment. If youve already checked out the others, why bother reading this...you know you're going to get it.

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A fitting ending to a fast favorite!

This series was wonderfully enjoyable from the first novel to the last. Even though sometimes the subject matter touched on serious and even dark issues the author managed to always keep things in perspective. I like many people, have had friends who have taken their own lives. Some of us have had Family do the same and it is something that no one involved can help but have very strong feelings about. This story line takes a look at both sides of that most serious issue and hopefully shows that sometimes living despite the pain and working through your issues can have surprising results.
This is a story about love, loss, and the right to exist for any intelligence whether they were born in a traditional sense or come to be sentient in another way entirely. In this day and age it seems that A.I. Is only a matter of time, what will we do when it becomes possible to have a relationship with an entity that is purely digital? And if that comes to pass what rights will those very real intelligent beings have? Will we provide them the right to exist inherently or will they have to take them for themselves? Or like this story will they be wise enough to choose a path that guides us to provide them a way to an equal standing with humanity? I don’t know but like this series I do know one thing, it will be anything but boring!

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great story great narration

Story left something to be wanted but overall it was great.

The end was a big long winded

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overall story is excellent but different

the overall story for this series is excellent and felt very real, but this latest edition had some house cleaning feel to it and wrapped up what could have been a bit longer series. I also noted some creative licence to how "self" was defined, but that is fine. although I don't agree I can respect the choice to go that way here.

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It's like watching a friend leave.

This was an amazing end to the story! If you liked the other books this one won't let you down, I promise. Our protagonist finally gets the ending he rightfully deserves for all the hells he's gone through. At the end of this book I feel like a close friend has left and now I have to find a replacement for the perfect thing. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.

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A brilliant heartfelt conclusion

This book begins with a massive set piece battle and manages to deliver a brilliant conclusion to the Continue Online series. A mist read.