Immortal gods, online gaming, and a reincarnating goldfish … Lars Nilsson’s life is about to level up.
Online gamer, Lars Nilsson has just been booted from the top of the league in his latest high-stakes obsession. A sequence of cryptic in-game messages sends Lars on a journey of cosmic self-discovery more challenging than any game.
For rookie detective Lisa Collier, the race is on to track the killer through the noir underworld of online role playing games in a breakneck investigation that ranges across Britain from remote Scottish villages to the docks of London. Janus is a fast-paced crime thriller where a killer is selecting victims in an online video game and killing and mutilating the players in the real world.
Steven Topcliff is a gaming fanatic stuck in Fairyland where technology is banned by law. Steven hates Fairyland – there are no video games, no chicken nuggets, and no one tells the truth – but the bossy Fairy Queen is determined to keep him there. In order to escape, he must outwit her and use magic to forge a gateway back to Earth.
Hailed as the very first true progression of Japanese Role-Playing games, this title redefines every little thing you would anticipate from the category, overhauling and improving it, while keeping the standard elements that initially made it popular. Established by Monolith Software, and published by Nintendo, this adventure is fixated an orphaned young hero named Shulk....
Quirky private detective "Hawk" Hawking is hired to find a girl who may become a killer's next victim--a troubled fifteen-year-old paraplegic named Samantha Salinger. But Hawk's most devastating discovery is that the killer threatens not only both of their lives, but the nature of existence itself.
A gaming addict attempts to win at life when he meets his match and marries a fellow gamer. Part of the Bad Romance "7 Deadly Sins" anthology. * * * Genre: Fiction (pop culture / contemporary / dark humor) 9,500 words * * * By author/artist/non-conformist, Jess C Scott.