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Last Horizon, the world's first fully immersive RPG, leaves beta and goes live! Rejoin David, Miriam, Will, and Lavender as they spend David's last few months trying to find happiness and joy within the world of Last Horizon and deal with those not content to let the friends enjoy their time together.

©2016 Daniel Schinhofen (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Hans
  • Kristiansand, Norway
  • 01-02-18

One of the most emotionally brutal books.

Truly one of the better stories when it comes to philosophy and emotions in a fantasy setting. I am a grown man, yet i found myself crying deeply from this series. Alpha World is not as brutal on the feelings, but it explores subjects that are just as thought provoking if not more, if you havent had anywhere near enough like me.

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Did I buy a half book?

I loved the story to that point, loved the way it moved and slid around, and then at what I think would be around half way point, BAM!
It was as if another author started writing the story, and not a very good. It felt like someone just wanted to be done with the book and could care less how it ended.
I'm not going to say not to buy the book, but be warned that it's not like the first one(Last Horizon: Beta). It did not feel like a complete book.

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at first I thought this was an ok book.

I was first think that was going to be an ok listen. by the end of the 2 books I was some moved that I was beside myself with tears and joy. few book move me this much. thank you so much.

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Excellent ending to his trilogy.

The focus and struggle of David and the bananas is heart rending. credits well spent

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Meh

It was a very enjoyable story until the end, felt forced and I feel the typical natural ending would have suited it more.

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Here are some onions, freshly chopped.

What did you love best about Last Horizon: Live?

Between the character development and the mostly great dialogue you will be fully vested in the futures of all the main characters.

What about Jonathan Yen’s performance did you like?

Jonathan Yen is awesome as usual, he brings life to the characters like few can.

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Lazy copout.

Don't bother reading this book. While the previous one was heavily flawed but intriguing, the aithor seems to just give up half way through this one and rinse and repeat the same garbage for 5 hours before slapping a clearly rushed ending on. This is further emphasized given that his current running series, Alpha World, cannibalizes many of the themes and plot lines from these books. Go read those instead. While still poorly written, they have a bit more TLC and heart to them.

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Nearly deads have the VR experience of a lifetime

This book took the narrative of "people of today taking part in VR experiences in the future," essentially. Mostly this book had good character development, there were a few instances where the characters choices or actions didn't make sense, given that these people are supposed to be pros at video games or at least not fucking noobs. This book involved adults acting cordial to people. Which is nice since that's the approach I'd take. One character says "deviants" far too much.

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Shame it only lasted 2 books

Favorite book I heard in a long time, its a shame it only went for 2 books

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good but annoying

spending nearly the whole book travelling kinda ruined it... could have been so much better

1 of 4 people found this review helpful