26 January 2016

Game Over by Andrew Klavan

Rick emerged victorious from The Realm twice. Is his luck about to run out?

After multiple trips in and out of The Realm, Rick is becoming a part of it—a direct connection point has formed in his brain. He’s now slipping back and forth in his dreams and has become linked to The Realm and its creator in ways no one anticipated.

That link is an asset in terms of what Kurodar is planning…but it’s absolutely detrimental to Rick personally. If he doesn’t destroy Kurodar and The Realm quickly, he’ll be completely absorbed by them. But destroying The Realm will mean destroying Mariel, and Rick is still torn by his love for her and his love for Molly. How can he lose either of them?

Meanwhile, there’s still a traitor in their midst. So even if Rick figures out what he needs to do, actually doing it will be exponentially more difficult.

Game Over finishes Andrew Klavan’s MindWar Trilogy with the expected fast-paced action and suspense, and just like with the previous two books in the series, I could not stop reading this one until I reached the end. Rick Dial continues to his interactions with the Realm, trying desperately to stop Kurodar’s terrorist attempts, and the boundaries between the Realm and Real Life slowly begin to disappear. The story is exciting and gripping, and I really enjoyed revisiting these familiar characters and the drama of the Realm. Fans of the series will not want to miss this fantastic conclusion - I recommend it.

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