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The Game By Randall Rueff
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The Game By Lee Pletzers
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Divorcee, Phillip McKenzie has invented the most anticipated online game ever and millions of gamers wait on servers for connection. Struggling with life and her recovering junkie mother,... More > Phillip’s daughter Lisa uses virtual reality to lose herself. The arrival of free access to the game from her father, together with the visor needed to play, gives her another avenue for escape. However something dark is lurking in the game, a living virus, and when Lisa's brother Timmy is pulled into the VR World, she must play to save him. With time running out, Phillip battles to overcome the virus, and Lisa and a group of gamers fight to save Timmy’s life. But not all online gamers want to play the good guy, and the living virus has its own allies...< Less
The Game By Lee Pletzers
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Divorcee, Phillip McKenzie has invented the most anticipated online game ever and millions of gamers wait on servers for connection. Struggling with life and her recovering junkie mother,... More > Phillip’s daughter Lisa uses virtual reality to lose herself. The arrival of free access to the game from her father, together with the visor needed to play, gives her another avenue for escape. However something dark is lurking in the game, a living virus, and when Lisa's brother Timmy is pulled into the VR World, she must play to save him. With time running out, Phillip battles to overcome the virus, and Lisa and a group of gamers fight to save Timmy’s life. But not all online gamers want to play the good guy, and the living virus has its own allies..< Less
The Game By Jack London
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Published in 1905 by MacMillan, The Game is a short novella about a young boxer, Joe Fleming, who ordinarily works as a sail maker. When he becomes engaged to Genevieve, the narrator, he decides to... More > take one more fight before giving up. He persuades Genevieve to watch and her viewpoint as a narrator provides London with the opportunity to describe, in excruciating detail, the fight that ensues. It's clear from this description that London knew his business, but it's also obvious that he wasn't taken in by the glamour. The game, like any London Klondike story, is a brutal piece of writing.< Less
The Game By John Hellman
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Jack is sick of his job at major bookseller Bards and Mobile. The work's not challenging, the employees are world weary, and he's still making less than ten dollars an hour. What's worse, his... More > coworkers are starting to die if they don't complete sales goals. Jack Shine needs to gather his courage and confront the menace killing off his coworkers before it's his turn to go. Cause when you can't win this game, you lose your life.< Less
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The Game By Jack London
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Best known as the author of works such as White Fang and Call of the Wild, Jack London was a prolific author, journalist, and chronicler of the great outdoors. The novel The Game centers around... More > another of London's passions: the intoxicating brutality and daring athleticism of the sport of boxing.< Less
The Game By Jack London
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The Game is a 1905 novel by Jack London about a twenty year-old boxer Joe, Joe Fleming earns his livelihood as a sailmaker and supports his mother and sisters. He adds to his income by taking part... More > in prize-fights at sporting clubs. He is due to be married to Genevieve, who works in the Silversteins' candy shop. Joe agrees to give up "the game" but asks that Genevieve watch his last fight, on the eve of their wedding, and she reluctantly agrees. The story is told from Genevieve's point of view.< Less