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When death washes ashore on reality TV, who's to blame?

Join Jason Debord as he seeks clarity following the death of a reality TV co-star and ends up uncovering criminal conspiracy.

When Jason returned home from competing on Beached he'd lost weight, couldn't sleep, and felt more alone than ever. But, he expected those changes. Jason had no way to predict that one of his fel
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ebook, 352 pages
Published April 16th 2019 by Anywhere Press
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KarynH
Apr 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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An interesting read – one of the best I’ve read in a murder mystery

This kind of book is rare to find these days. Zack Hacker took his time to develop his character and plot for this book.
The story revolves around the major character Jason Deborb. It starts out as an innocent TV reality show and winds into the great puzzle of trying to unravel the mystery behind the death of a reality TV co-star. Jason did not waste time to jump into investigation even though he, not much experience i
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Susan
Apr 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I found myself captivated by this story within the first few pages of the novel. I was prepared to like this book, because it merges two things I enjoy, murder mysteries and reality TV. I found it to be much more than that. The novel is an intriguing look at how the mind processes and possibly distorts reality when exposed to certain stressors. The main character, Jason, begins to question who can he trust? Are his friends really his friends? Who are his enemies? What are they capable of? Can he ...more
Shanell Meek
Not mind blowing but not bad.

This book follows Jason Debord as he tries to find out what really happened to his friend who committed suicide on the set of the reality tv show they were both involved in. Things just don’t add up so Jason takes it upon himself to get to the bottom of things and find out what really happened to his friend. The story line is interesting. The idea of the story has potential to be great. But the execution wasn’t as good as it could have been. There is not a lot of ch
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Amanda
Apr 30, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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You almost lost me when plastered on the cover is a blurb from Jonny Fairplay of Survivor infamy. God, that guy was a *insert forbidden word*. As it turns out, Cut Reality is a pretty clever mystery novel built around the reality TV craze that started with Survivor. The story line includes Jason's diary entries during game time, which were interesting to read while we are also learning about how he is currently dealing with the after effects of the game, the death of Billy and his ever increasin ...more
Katherine Hebert
So good!

Cut Reality is such a good novel! The main character, Jason, was a contestant on a realty show but a fellow contestant ends up dead. Jason takes it upon himself to find out what happened. This book has a little mystery, a little action and a little romance. It’s premise is intriguing and the book follows through. It wouldn’t say it’s a real psychological page turner but it kept me interested. I read that this was the author’s debut novel. He did great! Kudos!
David
Apr 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Cut Reality seamlessly blends together aspects of page-turning mysteries and poignant literature. It finds that often hard-to-find balance of contemporary fiction: a book that can be picked up and read "just for fun," but also forces you, in a very natural way, to reflect more deeply on human nature and society.
Kimberly Grow
May 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This novel is a thrilling look at reality tv and recovering from the experience. Though a work of fiction, this author has captured that mentality in a wonderful way.
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