When Zeb disappears, Willis and Arizona realize they are the only ones who have a chance of rescuing him. But the deadly gaming addiction steadily grows in them as they search for him, until they can no longer tell fact from fiction, whether they're in the real world or in a game...
Take up your controller. Time is running out before Zeb is trapped forever.
Even though this book is set nearly 40 years from now, everything that happens there is still completely believable and realistic. I can totally imagine young people, a few decades playing games, or doing other things in 3D virtual reality.
I would have liked more of a back story on Grimble and all this new technology in general. Like, how did Grimble become consumed by gameblur? How does that even work? And I didn't really get all the stuff about the people in those display cases. Where they actually there?
The action in this book never lets up, making this a fast paced, enjoyable read. It's definitely a page turner, with action, adventure, friendship, addiction, and mystery.