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They built a game like no other...

Mason Bradley created the hottest multiplayer game in the world. Then he fled from it, as fast and as far as he could.
Published August 17th 2012 by Musa Publishing

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Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
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This is a short but really interesting story that is predominantly an interview between Detective Wells and Mr Bradley. After being part of the three person team to create the most popular current online multiplayer game ever, Mr Bradley escapes from everyday life. Living in isolation in a barricaded castle-like home, without even common electricity or any modern amenities, it’s clear the Detective wants answers and Mr Bradley is unwi
Dominique Eastwick
For any one who is a gamer this book is a short quick read and well worth your time. Heck you can read it while you are waiting for your instance to queue up. Okay its not that quick. Its a sci fi horror thriller that really will have you wondering just what they did.

I am usually a romance reader but this one drew me in and I couldn't put it down. I even read it a second time to make sure I didn't miss anything the first time.
Apr 03, 2013 Reeses rated it it was ok
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I received a copy for an honest review.

When Mason Bradley gets a knock on his thickly sealed steal door he already knows what it’s about. Even while living as a hermit for the last couple years he knows what’s happening. The detective just confirms what he had already suspected.

When Detective Wells enters Mason Bradley’s all but medieval home with thickly protected widows’ doors and no electronics he can’t help but wonder what happened to this man who was and still is t
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