Too Good for this World

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Two years after losing her husband in a bizarre suicide pact between players of an online game, Imogen is still desperate for answers. Isolated and grieving, she starts to receive strange messages that appear to be from him. Taking comfort in the contact, she tries to discover more and soon it is clear that the truth about his death is more extraordinary than anything she could have imagined. More
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About LK Chapman

Louise Katherine Chapman was born in Somerset, UK, in 1986. She studied Psychology at the University of Southampton before working as a psychologist designing personality questionnaires for a consultancy company.

She published her first book, Networked, in 2014- a science-fiction novel that challenges what it means to have a human life; calling into question our ideas about happiness, mortality and the meaningfulness of our existence. In the story, LK Chapman draws on her own experiences of depression- and in particular how it affects a romantic relationship- to inspire the fictional account of depression that runs through the book. Her second novel, psychological thriller Anything for Him was published in 2016, and follows the attempt of a deeply troubled man to get revenge on the friend he claims stole his first girlfriend and ruined his life.

LK Chapman lives in Hampshire, with her husband and young family. She is currently working on her next novel, "The Stories she Tells".

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About the Series: Networked
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Ashley reviewed on on April 20, 2015

Too Good for this world is an intriguing and well written short story. I have already read the main book in this series, Networked and it was really interesting to read about these events that were unfolding at the same time but completely separately to the main story. I think this book really adds to the world created in Networked, and is also an exciting introduction for new readers.
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