Monday, May 26, 2014

NETfold: Urban Science Fiction Book review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Heroines and heroes, villains, and more are as real as one's everyday next-door neighbors, are gradually enticed into a virtual reality that seemingly fulfills all the needs they could imagine for themselves. In a modern-day metaphor, they discover that no utopian scenario ever lacks the flip-side of human nature - the competitive, destructive urge, at first only hinted at. Slowly, then with greater and greater urgency, the dark forces confronting the perfect cyber-world begin to tear that world apart.
This page-turner literally pulls the reader into its setting from the first paragraph, and one finds it hard to put the book down, as one climactic scene leads to the next. This is no story for nerds. It's a present-day parable not unlike Lord of the Rings, in which all the characters mirror folks you'd swear you'd met before in your own life. As a parable, it carries an unmistakable message. Finishing the book, one feels one hasn't just spent time with an action "thriller", but retains insight as regards meaning in life.

I know this saga will provide an unforgettable experience for you, and I relish the adventure that awaits you in its pages. Gur Shomron obviously has first hand technical background enabling creation of this virtual reality as well as awareness of human reality upon which this reality is played out in narrative. This is a great book! I enjoyed reading it. All of the elements are very well described and constructed  plot, characters, climax, suspense, and storytelling. The creation of several worlds, their cultures, and mores is compelling in the attraction of this book. The characters are also very attractive and interesting. The world of the NET is quite imaginative and intriguing. Anyone, 6-96 would enjoy this book and all of its characters, worlds, chases, and more If you would like to buy the book you can do so by following the link below 
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