REAPER

REAPER (End Game 1)

Available Worldwide in Ebook (Paperback to follow)

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Estimated paperback release date March 2017

  Reaper

Set in the Game Future

In the year 2519, people on Earth don’t grow old and die any longer, their bodies are frozen and they start a new life in the virtual reality of the Game.

Jex is almost eighteen, working twelve hour shifts, and dreaming of when she’ll be legally adult and begin her long-planned idyllic life in Game. When a bomber attacks a Game server complex, one of the virtual worlds of Game crashes, and eleven thousand immortal players die during emergency defrost. Death has struck Game for the first time in centuries, and Jex is questioned as a suspect in the bombing.

With this on her record, Jex will never be allowed to enter Game, but then one of the legendary founder players of Game offers her the chance to join his investigation into the bombing. Jex must help Hawk catch the true bomber to protect the worlds of Game and save her own future, but the bomber is far more dangerous than anyone realizes.

Read sample chapters here.

Cover art (C) Janet Edwards 2016, Cover Design by The Cover Collection

2 Responses to REAPER

  1. kairi341 says:

    Just finished the book and loved it. Very reminiscent of ready player one but still unique. The excellent world building has continued with the new series and I look forward to future novels

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    • I confess I haven’t read Ready Player One (the problem with writing books is you have less time to read them), but the book description sounds like it’s a good book in a similar genre with virtual worlds.

      I’m glad you like the world building. Reaper actually had a close brush with death itself. I wrote it when Earth Girl was going round publishers, then I had to focus on the Earth Girl trilogy for a couple of years. When I tried looking at Reaper again, I found the word document had been corrupted. Fortunately, I had a lot of very old backups, was able to find an uncorrupted version of the book, and rescued Reaper from the abyss.

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