The future has fallen asleep. A majority of people spend their lives in computer-generated simulations, their bodies frozen and their minds downloaded into massive computer systems owned and operated by wealthy corporations. Morgan Asher is trying hard to forget about the pain and loss he suffered in one such simulation, but fate brings him back to the sword and sorcery world of Fantasan in search of a friend he long believed to be dead. Little does he know that a trap awaits him, set by the mad sorceress, Josie Johansen, a woman who blames him for the death of their mutual friend. Morgan soon finds himself in over his head, lured into a trap that threatens to make him a prisoner of time itself, yet when Satan-incarnate makes his presence known it shall certainly make for some strange bedfellows.
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By Jeremy Twigg
Oct 15, 2009
"Martin T. Ingham has done it again with Prisoner of Time -- Science fiction fans should be delighted! " Prisoner of Time, the sequel to Virtual Wiles, sends Morgan Asher back into Fantasan for another life altering journey. But this time he is lured back by the most unsuspecting individual. Morgan returns to the virtual land to try and gain closure on the events of his last boot-in. Simworld is back in business after repairing the computer virus that caused mental illness to many of its clients, and Fantasan is now working smoothly. Morgan has settled in on his ranch, but still three years later he is troubled by the events of his virtual departure. Most of all, he cannot let go of the memory of Rheena Liszt. After some convincing, Morgan boots back into the virtual world to find answers, and his friend. Once back, he realizes how much his actions the first time altered Fantasan forever. Though it was never his intention, a legend in both worlds he became. In the fantasy... More > world he could never forget, a massive war is brewing and the ultimate evil lurks in the shadows, waiting for the time to step fourth. Once again, Morgan gets entangled in the midst of a conflict that will change his and the lives of those around him eternally. Martin T. Ingham did not rest on his success of Virtual Wiles. What he did was create a sequel that surpassed its forerunner in almost every way. The characters have so much depth as you feel you know them by the end of the story. The action is on a far larger scale, and the scenes are described so good that they become everlasting visions in your mind. The world of Fantasan is truly brought to life with every page turned. If you haven’t read Virtual Wiles, you should. Then you should continue the journey with Prisoner of Time. Sequels are supposed to be bigger and better, and Prisoner of Time gets it right. This is a must read for fantasy/science fiction enthusiasts of all ages.< Less
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