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Longing for escape from his mundane existence as a Stanford computer science major, Jason Lind signs up to play Fortuna, an online role-playing game set in Renaissance Florence. From the first, fateful mouse click, Jason tumbles into the vibrant, lush, anonymous world of Fortuna. Swept up in this highly complex, highly addictive game of fame, fortune, and power, Jason quickly transitions from casual gamer to compulsive player. Soon tangled up in a steamy virtual love triangle, Jason becomes obsessed with breaking Fortuna's code of anonymity. But Fortuna is anything but fun and games, and when a sizable debt incurred in the game spills over into reality, Jason is forced to leverage the legacy of his father, a high-tech legend killed in a car accident years before, to pay off the debt.

What started as a great escape may only leave Jason trapped, as the game that transported Jason deep into the past exposes a shocking, present-day reality. In the world of Fortuna, it's not how you play the game; it's if you survive.

©2010 Michael R. Stevens (P)2012 Michael R. Stevens

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  • Terrance
  • Woodinville, WA, United States
  • 07-02-12

Bravo!

Loved this book - favorite audio story to date! Excellent story that crosses so easily from the present, to the past and into the world of Fortuna. The narration was fantastic and I enjoyed the ease by which the narrator could switch characters: male, female, sinister and brilliant. Love this story and highly recommend it!