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Game Over

Game Over

By Andrew Klavan
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.5 Stars

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On 5/10 Victor Gentile wrote: Mr. Klavan has written this series with the world’s fascination of computer games at its heart. I don’t know a whole lot about how it works, as I don’t really play, however I do understand that you can play from any computer with any person, whether you know them or not, anywhere in the world. ... Book Review: “Game Over” by Andrew Klavan

Victor's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/24 Kasey Giard wrote: Posted: 4/27/16 Rick awakes from a nightmare with scratches on his arm, scratches he knows came from the nightmare itself. A nightmare in which he’s trapped in The Realm, a video game world created by a terrorist that Rick has been tasked with destroying from the inside. Only now it seems Kurodar, ... Review: Game Over by Andrew Klavan

Kasey's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/4 The MomHood wrote: Game Over by Andrew Klaven is the third book in The Mindwar Trilogy. Fact paced and creatively put together. It feels like a mix between a video game like world with real life situations, making this an out of the world experience. Meant for the younger readers, but definitely a great read for the older ... Book Review- Game Over

The MomHood's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/2 Lisa Whitham wrote: Disclosure - free sample provided. Book Description The MindWar Realm is a computerized world created by a deranged terrorist named Kurodar. Built through a link between Kurodar’s mind and a network of supercomputers, The Realm is a pathway through which the madman can project himself into any computer ... Couldn't put this book down!

Lisa's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/21 J Harder wrote: Having achieved the seemingly impossible, an evil terrorist named Kurodar has built a link between his mind and a network of supercomputers. The result is a computerized world known as the MindWar Realm, and is the means by which Kurodar can threaten to wipe out entire nations. Teen Rick Dial has successfully ... A thrilling and satisfying conclusion: "Game Over" by Andrew Klavan

J Harder's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/1 Jonathan Esterman wrote: This book is the third in the MindWar trilogy, bringing Klavan’s thrilling animated adventure to a close. Like Klavan’s other works, the epic tale is engaging and entertaining, whisking the reader away from the comfort of their home and into the MindWar Realm, a fascinating, yet warped, fabrication ... “Game Over” by Andrew Klavan

Jonathan Esterman's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/17 Melanie wrote: Game Over was a fantastic conclusion to this trilogy!! I was surprised by some things, entertained, and satisfied in the end. I liked how the book started out right away with the action and didn't let up until the end. The pages flew by and I ended up finishing the book in under 12 hours. If you enjoy ... satisfied in the end

Melanie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/15 Renn S wrote: This time, there’s no escape from The Realm.The MindWar Realm is a computerized world created by a deranged terrorist named Kurodar. Built through a link between Kurodar’s mind and a network of supercomputers, The Realm is a pathway through which the madman can project himself into any computer ... Game Over: The MindWar Trilogy Book 3 by Andrew Klavan

Renn S's Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/14 Jia_biswas wrote: Gameover is the 3rd book of Andrew Klavan’s Mindwar Trilogy. I have not yet had a chance to read the previous books, it never seemed that I am lost while read this book.The book is fast paced and I was hooked as soon as I have read the 1st few pages. Rick Dial a high school football player, who turned ... Book Review: Gameover by Andrew Klavan

Jia_biswas' Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/10 Blooming with Books wrote: Game OverThe MindWar Trilogy #3By Andrew KlavanRick Dial has entered the Realm and it has left its mark on him. His dreams are of the Realm and his headaches are getting worse. Has he delved too long into the Realm?  Is he one trip away from becoming like Favian and Mariel - forever trapped within ... Game Over ~ Review

Blooming with Books' Rating:

5 Stars