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Inside the Game, players struggle to survive in a world where technology no longer functions.

On Tygon, fans are unable to view what is occurring inside the Game.

Trew and Danielle rush to save both realities, but they are unable to know what the other is doing. The fate of reality depends on a Game, and time is about to run out....

©2013 Terry Schott (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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Still Great

Loved this next chapter in the series, can't wait for book 5 to come out! Every book just keeps getting better and Luke Daniels as always is phenomenal.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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love it

So this is one of those authors that I don't like and yet I love him. So it is not anything wrong with the writing and Luke is a great narrator. Reason I don't like him is I get so into the characters and he hurts them. Not as much in this book but in book I definitely took some breaks not quite ready for what might happen.

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Unique and keeps you thinking

Adept handling of many new age ideas and questions, in a story that is actually completely neutral to any belief. It is easily fantasy, but offers a place to stretch one's thoughts about many things that people wonder about. It's all put in a series of computer simulations asking a number of real questions, first can experience in a game advance our real life skills, and a sort of spiritual question being, if we can find magic in virtual reality, can we bring it to our real life. It does this without losing the reality of life always balancing an inherent need for both good and bad outcomes, never knowing for sure what an outcome will be, or what might be really going on beyond what we can fathom from our perspective. There's an opportunity here to be entertained and step outside one's decided reality, and question the big picture.

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Love this series

I highly recommend these books. they are never boring...always exciting.two thumbs up... please listen to these books

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Really enjoyed this series but...

Is there anything you would change about this book?

It needed a really good shocking twist. Although it seemed to try, none of the surprising developments seemed all that surprising. Perhaps there was too much foreshadowing.

Would you be willing to try another book from Terry Schott? Why or why not?

I would read another book by this author but I think I'm done with this series.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

If this series were a movie...definitely. It's a neat premise and it would be interesting to see how it would play out on the big screen.

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How many levels?

We may never know..

I am writing this on Virtual Prophet but I have listened to all the previous books and I am hooked.

I won't lie and say this is the best book (series) ever.... but it's close

There are some parts that will confuse and or lose the reader/listener... it's a bit complex
But it is fun

I drive for a living and I do it at night.. I have burned thru all the books to this level at a furious rate.

The Game is Life

A must listen ... so, if you are reading this and haven't listened to book one " The Game is Life"..... STOP..... turn around and go back..

Get book one ... and meet us in "THE GAME"

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A good story with great naration.

The naration is great, and I wouldn't have heard about this series without Luke Daniels.

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I'm addicted

awesome story line Terry Scott I'm hooked. Luke Daniels is an amazing narrator. thank you audible

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You cant leave me like this!

This author continues to surprise me. the storyline keeps you entertained and completely draws you in chapter by chapter. So much so that you never see the ending coming!

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Very entertaining

Great narrative helps this book have such a strong presence. I'm sure the voices would still be the same if I were to read it myself

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  • N. Lyons
  • 02-15-17

Can't stop! Listening arghh

I do like this series of books and I was going to go straight onto book 5. uh oh! There isn't a book 5 available yet on Audible.

The whole series is defiantly worth buying, it gets better and better.

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  • Adam Sheridan
  • 08-14-17

Story is getting overly complex

Great performance from Luke Daniels. Every voice done perfectly and differently. My only issue is that the story has become increasingly complex. I enjoy a complex story but it seems incessant. Hopefully the next book will bring it back down to earth,... or tygon or the dream :)

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  • Splodge
  • 07-13-17

Utterly pointless

Would you try another book written by Terry Schott or narrated by Luke Daniels?

Yes

What was most disappointing about Terry Schott’s story?

Alexa can't play this book beyond chapter 20, the stream is broken. It just gives error messages. The whole series was a massive waste of time and money.

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Luke Daniels?

Nobody, he's great.

What character would you cut from Virtual Prophet?

I don't know. I never got to hear the end of the story. If he cut all of them I guess it would have saved me £24 and about 2 weeks of my life.

Any additional comments?

I'm really angry at Audible. We pay for a [relatively simple] service. Being able to stream overpriced audiobooks is Audible's entire business model, you'd think they could get it right.