The Game - Terry Schott

The Game

By Terry Schott

  • Release Date: 2013-08-22
  • Genre: Adventure
Score: 4.5
From 12,685 Ratings


The Matrix/ Ender's Game meets The Hunger Games ...

What if, instead of traditional schools, children learned by participating in a virtual reality simulation, one that allowed them to experience, "life" from birth to death - multiple times?

What if one player,
on his final play,
could change the world forever...?


  • Give me more!

    By Garnigga
    I could not put this book down and now here I am reading the second chapter to it. I can’t wait to see what unfolds in this second chapter! I highly recommend it!
  • Yep

    By Skybra
    I like it because I don’t know how I can do that but I’m not gonna it does that mean that the man who I know I ever do for you you know I do that for a while but I know that I don’t know how to do it because I know that I know how I can do that but I’m not gonna because I don’t want that to happen to e I can edo that but I’m not gonna it is because of you and how you do it all right and you can do that but I because you are not gonna it because you know that I’m not that I don’t know how I ever gonna is the same thing I do I know that I know how I can do that do it for you because I know you don’t know how you can yesterday’s your own life and I do not mirror it because I know that you can do a good mirror
  • Amazing!!

    By 3LOVIES
    Goes into a lot of detail about the game simulation theory. It’s an awesome book, one of my favorites now.
  • This has been a good read.

    By davemanhall
    Today the story continues farther...
  • Really great!!

    By Elyjahras
    This book is nothing short of excellent. The concept is so relatable and yet so mysterious that I was hooked right until the last page. The book is really worth it
  • Poorly Done

    By asdkjklsj
    This is such a compelling concept, but the writing was painful to get through, the characters were beyond bland, and there was no worldbuilding. There were so many plot holes that were quite clearly just left because the author did not know how to explain them. Disappointing. I don’t know why this is getting good reviews
  • Mind Blown

    By Dat_Guy21
    Wow. This book is like Ready Player One meets The Matrix.
  • A good read

    By ghhtgggdgt4365#{
    Read during lunch breaks, didn’t feel forced to continue as the story progresses nicely. Keeping some characters straight is challenging as they have human and avatar personas. Could be a title for book clubs or in classroom on topics of faith, reality, loyalty, etc.
  • Great read

    By 😸🙂🙃
    Great book loved it📖
  • Really good

    By Booklover48602
    This was a really good book. I couldn’t stop reading it and finished it in a weekend.. that’s how good it was. I would definitely recommend it to readers that enjoy video games (unlike myself) and virtual reality. If I had time, I would one hundred percent read it again.