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Summary

A hundred million on-line players with thousands of choices, but everyone knows there's only one game: Infinite Reality. When a judge declares it a monopoly, the co-creators become competitors and then very quickly become murder victims with one thing in common: they were all online when they died. Everything points to the sole-surviving creator, Atticus Arching.

When the FBI can't find Arching in the real world, they send Agent Daniel Roan and his team to the other side to track him down, only to find out that the game is more than just a game and Arching is more than just a computer programmer. He's the most dangerous person in two worlds and can kill in both.

©2017 Peter Meredith (P)2017 Peter Meredith

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  • book_nut
  • 08-12-17

Great fast-paced Adventure<br />

A fun adventure that flows well through two worlds. I loved the ending! Going to buy book two right now

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  • Rebecca Azizov
  • 06-03-18

amazing

the book was incredible very interesting and well written the narrator did an amazing and incredible job I just adored the voices though some parts of the book a little bit fast I did love the book

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  • Amy Wollenhaupt
  • 12-02-18

Not what I was expecting

If you could sum up Infinite Reality in three words, what would they be?

A super story. The book started out slow, but really got interesting toward the end.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Infinite Reality?

I liked all the moments where magic was used.

Which character – as performed by Brian Callanan – was your favorite?

I liked Roan. He seemed to be a confused character who did not realize he was confused.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The first time that Amanda died and came back to her body, just the way it affected her.

Any additional comments?

This was a lot better than I thought would be, so don't give up on it.

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  • seelk
  • 24-01-18

exciting gaming fantasy

My first book from Mr. Meredith. Picked it up because of Mr. Callanan, one of my fave voices and he did a great job to the point where I could 'see' the story and immerse myself in it. My fave voice is the one he gave the Infinite One. I hope he will be also narrating book 2.

An interesting story mixing reality with the virtual gaming world, some mystery, suspense galore, many fantasy creatures, following an FBI team into the virtual world trying to uncover the mastermind behind the deaths of major game developers.
You might find it even more enjoyable if you are a gamer or being around gamers, but if not, that should not stop you from trying something different. I am looking forward to book 2.

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  • Rob Cooke
  • 26-02-18

Wonderful RPGlit with an element of crime thriller

This book is an awesome book it is well written. The story line flows wonderfully from point to point, you never feel lost of unaware of what is going on. The characters are very rich and the development is great, they all grow as the story progresses.

There are some funny moments (especially as an RPG gamer) and some amazing twists and unexpected moments.

The narration deeply enriches this book and helps pull you further into the story. All the characters are distinctive and individual. A joy to listen to throughout. Some of the sound effects are brilliant (I love the Glitch sounds)

In all this is a worth giving a try especially if you haven't tried RPG Lit previously. It explains as it goes along if you haven't played before. If you have played then it gives you plenty of familiar moments and a few surprising ones.

This book was given to me free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Claire
  • 16-06-18

Great idea, not so great execution

I've never played a RPG so that's going to affect how I view books about them, however I've read a few now and I have to say that the game in this book was particularly good, I'd actually be tempted to play if it was real. The other highlight was the narration, the character voices were well done and the delivery was smooth and matched the book well.

The rest of the book was a bit of a let down, the characters just didn't work for me in multiple ways. I couldn't believe that the FBI would send in those four people for an online investigation, seriously? Two of them have never played before! They also seem to be totally lacking in common sense, I just can't buy it! Plus the characters just came across as a bit flat and underdeveloped. There were detailed descriptions of the game that made it seem real, but the same cannot be said for the characters, it's like they popped into existence on page one and no one bothered to give them histories.

There's lots of fights, enemy's pop up all over the place, and there's lots of questing in the game, that part is certainly entertaining.

I received a free copy of this book from the author and/or narrator and/or publisher and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-12-17

juvenile

I really tried to finish this book but I just couldn't all the characters seem too childish and the female lead is way to cringy I can't believe for one second that she's a FBI agent plus the whole romance thing they're trying to shovel through is also just juvenile.

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  • Josh
  • 11-12-17

heading optioal

magically imBOOed? what is this narrator thinking. story is ok... kinda slow 12 13 14

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