By Terry Schott
- Release Date: 2015-02-07
- Genre: Adventure
Digital Evolution Terry Schott Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Ten years have passed on Tygon since the Virtual Prophet woke the Dreamers.
Games of life and death continue and the stakes for winning — or losing — promise
to affect the inhabitants across three realities.
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User reviews about this book
I love this series! More please!?!?
This book reveals a lot of information about the series. It was interesting to read a book that jumps straight into topics that are wondered about but never researched. The end was nothing like I expected! It was amazing!!!!
Hanging and Blowing in wind
Great series and read them
All invested in characters.
Help you left us with the lights
Going out in all three realities
Are the old man and his bottle
Cap fringed friend from a 4th
Reality than is still pumping
Juice to Tygon and Earth
Please tell me they are. And
Are they also like Cooper
Each having ended reality
Bottle Cap for each major
Mistake or ended reality are
The true master gamers of
The ultimate reality?????
Don't make us wait🤔
Don't like how it ended--So fast--Expected more....Can't wait for the next book!
Could not put the series down. Read all five books in 7 days!!!! What a great story, excitement at every turn.
By Brandon Thaggard
Was just as good if not better then it's predecessors. This story gets more and more interesting as it unfolds. Every time I think I have it figured out, it throws me a curve ball.
I'm always left wanting more
Rarely have I been so captivated by a book series. As each book ends I find myself seeking the next volume. I'm glad I came to the series late enough to get the experience of binge reading so many books at once.
This series has masterfully taken pieces of our small lives in the universe and made us question our reality in a way never before presented. Existential questions live once again in the forefront of my mind.
As I live my life from now on, I will always consider the "Game" and will wonder how I would rank as a player. Let's hope I do well in the rankings.
I can't get enough of this series!
What has been read cannot be unread.
Jesus, Schott! You created an intricate storyline that I worked super hard to keep straight in my head and you reward me by ending it like that? I liked the first 3 books and I have no regrets reading them. I wish I had been warned and stopped there. The last two were like sloshing through a swamp in flip flops. I just wanted a few things to resolve already, and you cop out right at the end. Why did you even introduce Elizabeth or Dawn or Stanton/Baret? They had almost no purpose, but to get my hopes up for progressing the storyline. I could even forgive you for all the poor editing. But to solve all the interesting problems you've created simply by killing everyone and destroying all the realities by one character's whim in the last chapter? Did you run out of time and have publishers barking at your door so you just tied up all the ends by making them disappear? That can be the only explanation. Well, either that or you just stopped caring and wanted to be done with it. I won't be buying anymore of your books, brother. Too much work for a lot of let down.
Terry! What are you doing to us! I can't stop reading these. The cliff hangers just leave you thirsty for more and more. I don't know how to stop. This book picks up and delivers from start to finish and leaves your mind a pound of mush as you finish telling yourself holy cow!!! What comes next?