Monday, October 17, 2016

One False Move

      BOOK REVIEW:    A young reporter's routine assignment explodes into the opportunity of a lifetime: to investigate a threat that transforms the boundaries between reality and fantasy, harming innocent people. The quest brings with it the challenge of self-discovery, the thrill of romance, and more than a hint of danger. \
      From the highland towns of the Colorado Rockies to the glitzy excitement of the Hollywood movie industry, One False Move is a breathtaking rush along the cutting edge of journalism, technology, and the search for meaning.

      MY REVIEW:   One False Move depicts Claire's tale as she uncovers an awful conspiracy of mind control. Roger Swindley has come out with a new virtual reality game, BABYLON. Claire is working for the Denver Harold, and is sent in to see why several of the gamers have gone missing. What she uncovers is far worse than she could ever have expected.
     I actually started reading this book one day in August, but stopped just a few chapters from the end. I just finished it yesterday, so it's a little harder to review it. So, I guess I will stop here.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

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