Source: received for review
Two points for brushing your teeth. Ten points for keeping your room tidy. Seventy-two points for the Bioeconomic Game Design pop quiz on the ride to school in your personal FunCar. Another thirty for making every hurdle in gym class.
Life is a game, unless you’re not the one winning.
When Gabby DeCorte, top student and reality-hacker extraordinaire, learns the truth about LifeGame, she must choose between winning and what she believes in.
I thought this was a very quick and enjoyable read. I read this book in just under a day. This novel is full of fast-paced action that keeps the reader hooked to the very end.
At times I got confused with the language and made up words used throughout the novel however it was easy enough to work out roughly what was meant (it just took me a couple of times of re-reading).
For me I did not like the ending of this book. I felt like the story ended when it was still in the middle of a situation. I know this was probably the author setting up for a sequel novel however I feel this could have been done in a better manner.
Overall it was an enjoyable fun read and I look forward to seeing what the author comes up with next.
A copy of this book was received for free and all opinions expressed are my own through reading it.