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Kill Code

A Gamelit Adventure
Narrated by: Matthew Broadhead
Length: 6 hrs
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Summary

In a world where war would result in complete annihilation, proxy war by simulation is the new way.

When a Marine turned video gamer is recalled for the world’s first virtual war, he learns the sim has been hacked. What follows is a crazy adventure of one Marine searching for survivors, battling mechs, and finding abnormalities in the sim that tie back to his old-school days as a gamer. His only help comes in the form of three badass warrior ladies, and two of them are characters from his favorite games.

It's up to him and his new friends to win this war or die trying.

Note: This audiobook has a lot of death but a lot of fun. Be prepared for chaos and mayhem one minute, silly old-school game references the next (think Rampart, Seiken Densetus 2, etc.), and team building in a harem style. It's possibly the weirdest audiobook to which you've ever listened. For fans of Ready Player One and consumers of GameLit.

©2018 Jamie Hawke (P)2019 Jamie Hawke

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  • Marcopolo
  • 19-05-19

Good Book, Great Start!

I enjoyed this book the characters seemed relatable, the action was good and the plot was interesting. It also is a great setup for an ongoing series. I want to see more growth from the female characters. I can’t wait for the next audiobook!
Good narration it kept me involved!

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  • TU
  • 22-04-19

Hell yeah!

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

Good ol' badassery and ass kicking here. It was fun, gritty, highly entertaining! The narration is very well done. All in all, if you love the LitRPG/Gamelit genre, you should pick this one up. My only bitch is that I wish these were longer. I always tend to finish them in one sitting and am left wanting more.

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  • Lon Hokanson
  • 13-04-19

Great Read

Great callbacks to the old school bad guys! I had a great time listening. if you want a good dose of nostalgia, check this book out!

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  • nxt gen
  • 06-04-19

Please tell me there more

I want more this book was good story good loved the mc’s story loved his emotional baggage and how he was a nerd loved the world and that teaser for the sequel just made me be like wait what it’s over

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  • Tim Rios
  • 02-04-19

Another great book from a leader in the genre!

While not a big fan of audiobooks, this one was an easy listen. the narrator was easy to understand, well spoken and did a great job giving voices to the multiple characters. As for the book, it had a steadily flowing plot that was easy to follow. Multiple interesting settings both in and out of the game world and a diverse group of characters. The protagonist has a sense of depth and backstory that allows the reader to easily connect to the story. All of the characters seem realistic as do their actions and choices. Action packed throughout the final fight of this book was written wonderful and still leaves the option for more books in the series.

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  • Mark
  • 01-04-19

Retro gaming meets VR gamelit

This was a really fun listen. I really liked how old school games and beloved characters were not only a big part of the plot, but made appearances and helped out. Definitely similar to Ready Player One with the retro gaming nostalgia, but a classic stuck in the game LitRPG with high stakes. Excited for the next book and where it goes from here.

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  • Unknown
  • 30-10-19

please release more

Thank you for giving us a great novel to listen to keep up the good work. I'm looking forward to seeing more novels written by you.

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  • Jeffrey Beyea
  • 03-09-19

Have I read this before?

This book does smack of “Ready Player One” but military instead of Capitalist. Still a good listen.

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  • Wagz316
  • 12-04-19

Simply mesmerizing

The story pulls you into all the oldies games of yesteryear. I would like to see more of this in the future.

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  • Dragonis
  • 01-04-19

pretty good

I enjoyed the premise of the book and the integration at the end. I will also say I think it would have been more enjoyable if it was a little longer and more fleshed out.

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