He starts to wonder about the subgame that also allows you to use all your senses – something that is deemed to help those that a rare syndrome where they can’t move their body – something that Kat and other high school kids got after an accident at a party.The story is very entertaining, kept me interested, and I really liked that it took a different approach to the whole corporate conspiracy with technology idea.
Technology hates me I think it is a personal vendetta...
If I hadn’t gone to my local Barnes and Noble a month or so ago, I would have never had the opportunity to read this book. by Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller, published October 31, 2017, is one of those books.
After this happens is when the story really starts to be set into motion.
The story is complex to have enough twists and turns, but it took a long time for the story to really take off.
The blurb was a little misleading since I thought within the first few chapters the story would take off and take place in the virtual reality, but that’s not true at all.
Part of me likes the balance between real life and Otherworld, but I kept trying to figure out what the role the virtual reality plays into the story. What I did really like was the growth of Simon as a character.Between crying alone in his suite, drinking alcoholic cocktails from the early morning onwards, and tormenting himself with the reality of Sarah’s new life as he bumps into her and Aldous around the resort, Peter finds relief when talking with Rachel whose laid-back approach tempts him to rejoin the world.Although they bond and get along well, she is also reluctant to move things forward too soon, because she too has been recovering from a recent heartbreak.Synopsis: is known as a game of sorts, but a completely virtual reality one where the graphics are as a real as real life.The story is narrated by Simon, who is a rebellious teen that like to makes his rich parents angry.So he buys two sets of the expensive gloves and headset to enable him and Kat to explore this new virtual reality, hopefully together.