Epic (Conor kostic)

Generations ago, violence was banned on New Earth. Society is governed and conflicts are resolved in the arena of a fantasy computer game, Epic. Everyone plays. If you win, you have the chance to go to university, get more supplies for your community, and fulfill your dreams; if you lose, your life both in and out of the game is worth nothing.

When Erik, seeking revenge for the unjust treatment of his parents, dares to subvert the rules of Epic, he and his friends find themselves up against with the ultimate masters of the game: the Committee. If Erik and his friends win, they may have the key to destroying Epic’s tyranny over New Earth. But if they lose . .

Just wanted to bring this up to anyone that likes VR novels because i just found out they released a audio book version for this series. This book is somewhat similar to Ready Player One and if you liked that book, you will definitely like this series.

Link to book 1

7 thoughts on “Epic (Conor kostic)

  1. This left me a bit confused.

    Does that last line mean you shared a link at first and then removed it and now all we’re left with is a synopsis and a notice that there’s an audio book for it?

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  2. its lame as far as the in game “gameplay” goes, they dont really explain much of anything, also its a game without stats or lvls and it relies completely relies on equipment some how (they did say there was start up points but nothing else.). my probleme is the mc doesnt do much rpg like things besides somehow win offscreen with a overlooked profession character type and exploit one glitch. dont get me wrong its still a entertaining book but its virtual world mechanics is about as in depth as the first season of SAO or mabey a little less. not too say its a bad book but probably not someone who has read lms or Ark would be hopeing for.

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    • I agree, that’s why i didn’t reference it to those two novels. This book has a certain flavor to it that i found similar to ‘Ready Player One’ and since this book was published back when i was still in high school, i say it was pretty ahead of its time.

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