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Kevin was a young man enjoying his college life when a car jumped the curb and crippled his body. Unable to support himself and dependent on others to meet his needs, Kevin was slipping into depression when his best friend convinced him to play a new game called Genesis Online. The concept was simple: a revolutionary artificial intelligence controlled the game world and adapted it to the actions of the players. Even the developers didn't know what course the game could take as it evolved.

Lured into the game by the prospect of earning real money, Kevin soon runs afoul of a man determined to control as much of Genesis as possible. He recruits other disenfranchised players to his side in his quest to find a way to prosper in the game. Can they stop the man who calls himself the king of Genesis from taking over everything?

©2017 Adam Horne; 2017 Podium Publishing

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one of the best books I've read in a while

this was one of the most interesting books I've read in quite a long time!

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pretty great

Yes I do recommend it for everyone. when I started it, I could not put it down. That might not be the same for other readers. I could not shack this feeling that somethings were missing from this book.

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So slow

I am not sure if it was the narrator or the story, but this book comes across as unbearably slow. I even upped the speed and still could not take more than two hours before wanting to break my phone.

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this is an amazing borderline RPG

well this is not strictly RPG it is an amazing start to a serious that has potential not only in its fights but as a potential to begin a new series of World building hopefully he can build on this also well this book dust touch on real world potential for helping people with mobility issues hopefully in the next books he can truly start to include this with a stronger secondary theme

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when someone's just unrealistically nice

The m.c. here is pretty naive, and has a weird hatred of charity for a guy who literally can't do much of anything.

He also gets surprised every time he gets attacked by the same guild, and is shocked that people on the internet are rude. I think this kind of naive character is just a cheap way to show character development.

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Fixed the ending

So glad the author fixed the ending. Originally he tossed off the idea of building a town when we all know that it was going to happen because that is where the money is at.

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For younger audiences

This book is really meant for adolescents or younger kids. The performance is good just not very mature

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bad luck

l have never heard of a single game where luck is a bad stat to have l mean its a good story but that one statement from any gamer will tell you that the luck strat is a legitimate way to build a character.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-30-17

Moo review

5/5 loved it
Ok don’t take this the wrong way but the past two books about injured people sucked ... this however way amazing really looking forward to book two and seeing if they build a town .. pls do