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John Chu is a “sherpa a paid guide to online role playing games like the popular Call to Wizardry For a fee he and his crew will provide you with a top flight character euipped with the best weapons and armor and take you dragon slaying in the Realms of Asgarth hunting rogue starships in the Alpha Sector or battling hordes of undead in the zombie apocalypseChu’s new client the pseudonymous Mr Jones claims to be a “wealthy f. Perhaps a gamer will get out of this I'm not one 3 of 10 stars

Free read 88 Names

88 NamesAmous person” with powerful enemies and he’s offering a ridiculous amount of money for a comprehensive tour of the world of virtual reality gaming For Chu this is a dream assignment but as the tour gets underway he begins to suspect that Mr Jones is really North Korean dictator Kim Jong un whose interest in VR gaming has to do with power than entertainment As if that weren’t enough to deal with Chu also has to worry about ?. 35 StarsI love reading fiction about online gaming and VR experiences so I was eager to check out this newest one I always assume these kinds of books would be read by geeks so I was surprised how much time the author spent explaining gamer terms I appreciated the diversity with characters with different ethic backgrounds However I found the plot itself to be rather underwhelming The story was uite slow with a fairly bland delivery The ending should have been surprising but it used a twist from another popular VR book that made it super predictable So this was a fairly interesting uick read but not particularly memorable

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Free read 88 Names ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö John Chu is a “sherpa a paid guide to online role playing games like the popular Call to Wizardry For a fee he and his crew will provide you with a top flight character euipped with the best weapons and armor and take you dragon slaying in the Realms of Asgarth hunting rogue starshi??Ms Pang” who may or may not be an agent of the People’s Republic of China and his angry ex girlfriend Darla Jean Covington who isn’t the type to let an international intrigue get in the way of her own plans for revengeWhat begins as a whirlwind online adventure soon spills over into the real world Now Chu must use every trick and resource at his disposal to stay one step ahead because in real life there is no reset button. Received this book as a GoodReads giveaway also downloaded from Edelweiss It's not my typical read but it seemed like a kind of Ready Player One so I thought it sounded interesting It's a decent book although it gets a bit too bogged down in the gameplay aspects rather than the core story for my liking The mystery such as it is is pretty easy to figure out and not surprising in the least If you are a hardcore gamer or if you were in the 80s90s then this book will definitely appeal because it is an homage to gamers everywhere Overall it took me way too long to get through it and the cybersex portions kind of icked me out but it's an entertaining book if you don't want to think too hardI voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book all opinions are my own