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The Game of LivesMichael used to live to gameNow the games he was playing have become all too real Only weeks ago Sinking into the Sleep was fun The VirtNet combined the most cutting edge technology and the most sophisticated gaming for a full mind body experience And it was Michae. My feeling with any Dasher series that I've read is that he can't sustain the story His first books are great and the rest just seem to fall apart

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The Game of Lives Read õ 100 ✓ Michael used to live to gameNow the games he was playing have become all too real Only weeks ago Sinking into the Sleep was fun The VirtNet combined the most cutting edge technology and the most sophisticated gaming for a full mind body experience And it was Michael’s passion But now every time Michael Sinks he risks L’s passion But now every time Michael Sinks he risks his lifeThe games are over The VirtNet has become a world of deadly conseuences and Kaine grows stronger by the day The Mortality Doctrine Kaine’s master plan has nearly been realized and little by little th. I'm so disappointed I had waited for this book for a year and I had loved the two other books in the series so much that I even recommended them to my friends I loved this world of codes and games and the fast pace of the bookThen I picked up The Game of LivesIt felt like someone else had written this book than the one who had written the previous two books The writing was just not working Every sentence on half a page could start with He and I felt like a robot when reading My thoughts would drift away when reading and I wouldn't even care because I was so bored while reading it The different twists and deaths were so random it didn't feel connected at all And the ending what just happened How why and HOWIt took me 12 days to finish this book 12 DAYS I usually finish books in 3 5 days But I didn't even want to read the book and put it off all the time I couldn't even believe that I had finished it and could finally move on to another book That's how much I enjoyed itI never really hate any book I read so I'm not saying I hated this but as it was not a fun reading at all And it makes me so sad because I really looked forward to reading the ending of this story that I had come to love and these characters that felt so connected to each other But it failed to meet my expectations and what was once a story I loved got twisted into something completely else Did really not expect this

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E line separating the virtual from the real is blurring If Kaine succeeds it will mean worldwide cyber domination And it looks like Michael and his friends are the only ones who can put the monster back in the box if Michael can figure out who his friends really a. Few people have a legitimately brilliant mind but the seeds of genius were always evident in James Dashner and his Mortality Doctrine trilogy had perhaps the greatest potential of any series he wrote The line between reality and fiction is so blurred in these novels that the two are indistinguishable gaming technology having advanced to the point that we're left uestioning the authenticity of our life experiences Are our joys and sorrows our own the purely organic result of the decisions we make the people we hurt or bless through our actions Or could they be the elaborate imaginings of a loftier mind or a mind eual or inferior to ours but with a vantage point so much higher than we can perceive that we have no hope of ever sensing its presence of realizing that our lives are only the whimsical storytelling of an external creative mind Are we real people sprung inexplicably to life from the ether of our universe or just characters whose maddening inability to permanently change our core ualities when we want to can be blamed on ultimate control belonging to a higher entity that pulls our strings and commands us to dance and we have no choice but to obey True reality—whatever that may be if it empirically exists—is always in doubt in the Mortality Doctrine series and as the plot progresses through The Eye of Minds then The Rule of Thoughts and proceeds to its finale in The Game of Lives pressure mounts with the certainty that mega revelations are set to detonate the world we think we know How profoundly can James Dashner shock us between the covers of a novel We're about to discover the answer It's a miracle life Don't you think A group of cells reproducing with such precision that they become what you are today A full grown person walking talking running jumping eating dancing sleeping —Kaine The Game of Lives P 200 Despondent as Michael Sarah and Bryson were at the conclusion of the previous book when their attempt to destroy the Tangent Kaine's central programming failed and they were instead set up to wreck the VirtNet Security VNS online system The Rule of Thoughts did not end with them in jail Under orders from Michael's Tangent childhood nanny Helga Sarah's parents broke into lockup and freed the three hacker teens spiriting them to safety among Helga and her underground coalition of Tangents dedicated to defeating Kaine's Mortality Doctrine experiment Like Kaine Helga and her cohorts have downloaded themselves into human bodies so they can be active in the real world but unlike Kaine they have no intention of permanently taking over their host bodies The mind of every person ejected from his or her body and replaced by a Tangent—including Jackson Porter whom Michael was downloaded into by Kaine to kickstart the Mortality Doctrine program—is fully intact in a virtual storage colony called the Hive and Helga promises they will be returned to their bodies as soon as Kaine's agenda is upended Very little of this makes sense to Michael; how can Helga oppose Kaine by taking over bodies worsening the devastation Kaine has inflicted on VirtNet gamers worldwide How can Michael even be certain this is the real Helga considering Kaine's track record of cruel identity tricks The Helga he grew up nannied by was secretly a Tangent all along a figment of computer code like him Now she's inside a human body and Michael has only her word that she's his Helga Michael can't trust anyone com