Dreadknights

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When a teenage girl gets the chance to play her Ogress Bloodskull character for the Dreadknights in Guild Wars, she also finds that she has a shot at a real future playing the game she loves on a terraformed alien world. Through danger, betrayal and impossible odds, Christine must prove she has what it takes both in and out of the game.

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About Tony Breeden

Tony Breeden is an author, creation speaker, apologist and Gospel preacher from West Virginia, home of Mother's Day, the Mothman and the Flatwoods Monster. He is the founder of DefGen.org, CreationLetter.com and CreationSundays.com. He got the writing bug as a child when his late aunt Sharon helped him make his very first book about dinosaurs, vigorously illustrated in crayon. His spirit animal is Ray Harryhausen.
He published his first book, Johnny Came Home, on September 28, 2012.

Luckbane, the first novel in the Otherworld series, was published on Friday 13th of September '13.

He is currently writing the next Otherworld novel, Soulbright, the next John Lazarus adventure, John Lazarus: Mann from Midwich, and a children's book called The T-Rex and the Fuzzy Bunnies: A Bedtime Story for Boys.

You can find out more about his books at http://TonyBreedenBooks.com and on Facebook at http://facebook.com/tonybreedenbooks

Read excerpts of his books at http://wattpad.com/TonyBreeden

About the Series: Otherworld
In a dystopian future, online gaming is the ultimate escape... until one corporation gives a few lucky players the chance to play their favorite sword, steampunk and sorcery game live and in-person on a terraformed alien world.

Otherworld. Everything is NOT under control.

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Review by: Scott Thomson on March 2, 2016 :
Solid book, good story line held my interest well, I enjoyed the process and the mystery behind the story. A few loose spots that seems to drift a bit but brought back well and contained. Great Read.
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