Finding Home

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Main Character is Georgia. Georgia's father finds an epic gaming computer for sale at the local flea market. He was told the couples son moved out unexpected after his father yelled at him about all his gaming he has been doing lately. He decides to buy it for Georgia. They take it home and hook it up. More
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About Beth Wright

I love to write, even when I was little writing was something I enjoyed to the fullest. :D I also enjoy reading as well. Together my husband and I have six beautiful children. So every chance I get to write, I take it. If you could please leave a comment under the short story you have decided to read, I need to know that you want more of that series :D

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Charles Carfagno, Jr reviewed on May 7, 2015

Finding Home by Beth Wright

Let me start off by saying; this is one of most original stories I have ever read and that’s an understatement. The story grabbed me right away, and the characters were very relatable. They felt, well, real…

The story begins with a teenage girl, named Georgia. Georgia’s family doesn’t have much money and since their family can only afford one pc, between her five siblings, she wants one of her own. Her dad decides to take her to a flea market in hopes of finding one and by chance, he comes across a gaming pc and buys it for Georgia. Georgia never played online games before and was eager to find out what all the fuss was about. After hooking up the pc, and answering a few odd questions, she is teleported inside of the game without knowledge of it happening… It was fun following Georgia as she finds her way around the area and discovers how to play the game. I thought it was really funny how some of the NPCs act just like a program, meaning they will not give you any more information until you complete a task for them. Very game like…

The story concept: A+

Writing Style: A+

Character development: A+

Flow of the Story: A+

This story is a must for anyone who has ever played an RPG game.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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