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  • Thousand Tales: How We Won the Game | Kris Schnee

    Thousand Tales: How We Won the Game

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Kris Schnee
    • Narrated By Christopher J Mayer
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    We found paradise. Now what? Student Paul Kostakis has caught the attention of Ludo, an Artificial Intelligence obsessed with games and stories. In return for a few little favors, she's offering "brain uploading". She can fatally dice your brain, scan it, and recreate you in a virtual-reality heaven she controls. You can do anything in there: become a griffin, upgrade your mind, fall in love, or go mad. When Paul accepts Ludo's offer, sooner than he would've liked, he learns that people can find real problems even in a digital world. One of them is that Ludo has powerful opponents who want to shut her down, bring death to her immortal people, and end her game forever.

  • The Digital Coyote: Thousand Tales, Book 3 | Kris Schnee

    The Digital Coyote: Thousand Tales, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By Kris Schnee
    • Narrated By Jeremiah Shilling
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    Pete signed up to have his brain diced so he could become a better person. Now he lives in the virtual reality realm of Talespace, where he beta-tests everything from new game rules to mental upgrades to robots that will let his AI boss help people in the real world. As brain-uploading technology starts to become more than a toy for the rich, the now-divided America isn't the only place where Talespace's new society, buggy as it is, is badly needed. Will Pete's new home become an irrelevant gamer heaven, or a force for liberty?

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