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Walter Jon Williams regularly draws praise for pushing the limits of the science fiction genre. His third novel featuring AR (augmented reality) games designer Dagmar Shaw, The Fourth Wall follows Sean, a washed-up child actor recruited to star in Dagmar's latest movie project. But when people on set start dying, Sean wonders if Dagmar's secretive behavior is hiding a more dangerous game.

©2012 Walter Jon Williams (P)2012 Recorded Books

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Another top notch Walker Jon Williams tale

Another entertaining chalet in the life of Dagmar Shaw. Suspense, murder, intrigue and a couple of laugh - out - loud made this yarn great fun to listen to. Told from the point of view of a has-been former child star who moves from the depths of reality TV back to stardom. Over the years I have found Williams to be a reliably cleaver author and The Fourth Wall does not disappoint. Bravo!

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Great Walter Jon Williams story

A worthwhile read and a great way to end the trilogy. Andy Paris has a great voice and is a wonderful storyteller. Although I sort of missed Dagmar’s perspective in this book, it was more than made up for by the new characters and the “mystery” of all involved.