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[Samuel Peralta] ☆ The Gamer Chronicles [mombasa PDF] Read Online î Okay I ve got to say this up front this is, by far, the best Kindle book I ve read in a year And I m a voracious reader, as the clich goes I ve been doing it since I was two and a half, and writing almost as long, but I ve been discouraged lately by a whole lot of books with a whole lot of potential that have been a whole lot of disappointing But not this one The fact that I ve also been an obsessive gamer since Pong was a thing, but really starting in with hours of Atari 2600 yeah, I m showing my age, shut up and am fascinated with the leaps and bounds the technology has made in my lifetime, pretty much sets me up as the perfect audience for this, tbh but even if your knowledge is only passing, it s worth the read I found this book so fantastic that I finished it in one unbroken six hour sitting, smoking cigarettes and drinking soup so I wouldn t have to stop to eat.
Standouts Al It s uncommon to find an anthology where each story is engaging, where I don t feel like I m slogging through even ONE story, but this one gets it Maybe it s the subject matter, I m a heavy gamer and have long thought about the impact of games on driving technology and their social mental moral implications on society.
Many different types of games were featured here, including how games might iterate into the future RPG, FPS, Sandbox style, MMO, VR, LARP, text based, present day, close future, distant futureso much diversity The story selection did a bang up job covering this very broad genre I guess you could probably genre this as science fiction but each story is a combination of sci fi and something else coming of age, horror, military, fanta It should be no surprise by now that I am not only a big fan of anything gaming, tech, hacker jacker, kind of books, but also any Samuel Peralta Chronicles, so put the two together and you know I am right on it This particular Chronicle brought eleven authors together under one title, some of my favorites stories are Gam3rGurl by Christopher Boore Grace s life is falling apart but a chance to go to a all gamers school comes along so she snags it and dives head first into the online world but is it to real Game Chat by Ernest Egher Harry just wants to find a planet where he and his friends can build there own little kingdom in the game world but this person N00BK LLA68 keeps killing them no matter what they do So how do they win against this guy or can they and who is it Virtual Hero by Anthea Sharp Rod is a top ranked raid leader on the servers but actually he is in high school but I am a gamer Have been since 1980 yes, you read that right RPGs role playing games yes, I promise to continue translating game ese for those who aren t gamers like DD and GURPS then MMORPGs massively multiplayer online role playing games You name it I ve done it As has my hubbie and our two now grown kids No surprise then that I love LitRPG and that I really enjoyed The Gamer Chronicles Future Chronicles Book 19 Most of these stories were pure catnip enjoyment One, however, particularly stands out This is Virtual Hero by Anthea Sharp It s s story that does indeed include an online RPG element as the hero here, Rod, plays a PC player character , Rodimas, main tank a type of player designed to withstand puni Okay I ve got to say this up front this is, by far, the best Kindle book I ve read in a year And I m a voracious reader, as the clich goes I ve been doing it since I was two and a half, and writing almost as long, but I ve been discouraged lately by a whole lot of books with a whole lot of potential that have been a whole lot of disappointing But not this one The fact that I ve also been an obsessive gamer since Pong was a thing, but really starting in with hours of Atari 2600 yeah, I m showing my age, shut up and am fascinated with the leaps and bounds the technology has made in my lifetime, pretty much sets me up as the perfect audience for this, tbh but even if your knowledge is only passing, it s worth the read I found this book so fantastic that I finished it in one unbroken six hour sitting, smoking cigarettes and drinking soup so I wouldn t have to stop to eat.
Standouts Al It s uncommon to find an anthology where each story is engaging, where I don t feel like I m slogging through even ONE story, but this one gets it Maybe it s the subject matter, I m a heavy gamer and have long thought about the impact of games on driving technology and their social mental moral implications on society.
Many different types of games were featured here, including how games might iterate into the future RPG, FPS, Sandbox style, MMO, VR, LARP, text based, present day, close future, distant futureso much diversity The story selection did a bang up job covering this very broad genre I guess you could probably genre this as science fiction but each story is a combination of sci fi and something else coming of age, horror, military, fanta It should be no surprise by now that I am not only a big fan of anything gaming, tech, hacker jacker, kind of books, but also any Samuel Peralta Chronicles, so put the two together and you know I am right on it This particular Chronicle brought eleven authors together under one title, some of my favorites stories are Gam3rGurl by Christopher Boore Grace s life is falling apart but a chance to go to a all gamers school comes along so she snags it and dives head first into the online world but is it to real Game Chat by Ernest Egher Harry just wants to find a planet where he and his friends can build there own little kingdom in the game world but this person N00BK LLA68 keeps killing them no matter what they do So how do they win against this guy or can they and who is it Virtual Hero by Anthea Sharp Rod is a top ranked raid leader on the servers but actually he is in high school but I am a gamer Have been since 1980 yes, you read that right RPGs role playing games yes, I promise to continue translating game ese for those who aren t gamers like DD and GURPS then MMORPGs massively multiplayer online role playing games You name it I ve done it As has my hubbie and our two now grown kids No surprise then that I love LitRPG and that I really enjoyed The Gamer Chronicles Future Chronicles Book 19 Most of these stories were pure catnip enjoyment One, however, particularly stands out This is Virtual Hero by Anthea Sharp It s s story that does indeed include an online RPG element as the hero here, Rod, plays a PC player character , Rodimas, main tank a type of player designed to withstand puni Not a big gaming fanMuch of the book was about gaming and that alone made me wonder what am I even doing here I didn t understand half of the lingo but I m sure it was well written All Sam s anthologies are top drawer So, ENJOY Maybe some day one of you can translate for me I received this book as a giveaway from the SFWA, so I cancelled my existing pre order I find it common that the quality of the stories varies tremendously For example, for me, the Seanan McGuire was head and shoulders above most if the other stories There were the usual is life a game itself trope in different manners but really only skimming the ideas and implications Yes it is a short format but some authors handled the format better, for example, Ken Liu managed real emotion in only a few pages than most books manage in 350 pages.
The series is a good idea, for this episode the lower quality of the not better known authors dragged to nook down for me, hence three stars from me.
LET THE GAMES BEGIN Roll The Dice, Choose Your Avatar, Strap On Your Virtual Reality Goggles, And Get Ready For The Ride Of Your LifeIn This Title In The Acclaimed Future Chronicles Series Of Speculative Fiction Anthologies Created By USA Today And Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Samuel Peralta Eleven Authors Break The Rules In Worlds Of Gaming Adventure The Gamer Chronicles Features Stories By Hugo, Nebula, And World Fantasy Award Winning Author Ken Liu Star Wars The Legend Of Luke Skywalker And The Dandelion Dynasty Series , Hugo, Nebula, And Locus Award Winning Author Seanan McGuire Every Heart A Doorway And The Wayward Children Series , Plus Work From Nine Of Today S Top Authors In Speculative And Science FictionThe Game Is On Excellent AnthologyI picked this book up because a few of my favorite authors had written stories for it Sometimes with anthologies, you get one or two stories that aren t your cup of tea, but every story in this one is a winner And even better, I found some new authors whose writing styles I enjoy I highly recommend purchasing this book.
Excellent This is a great collection of stories I m not a gamer, but I do love good science fiction There s plenty of it in this book, and no experience with gaming is required to enjoy it I can usually choose a couple of favorites from any anthology, but not this time Nine out of the eleven stories are my favorites I ll just leave it at that I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.
Short stories are my jamThere is always fun in exploring a bunch of new worlds some by authors I know who pointed to this book, others I have yet to discover My gaming days ended around Super Mario World so I am sure I missed a lot of MMORPG references, but I still enjoyed it.



I received this book as a giveaway from the SFWA, so I cancelled my existing pre order I find it common that the quality of the stories varies tremendously For example, for me, the Seanan McGuire was head and shoulders above most if the other stories There were the usual is life a game itself trope in different manners but really only skimming the ideas and implications Yes it is a short format but some authors handled the format better, for example, Ken Liu managed real emotion in only a few pages than most books manage in 350 pages.
The series is a good idea, for this episode the lower quality of the not better known authors dragged to nook down for me, hence three stars from me.
Not a big gaming fanMuch of the book was about gaming and that alone made me wonder what am I even doing here I didn t understand half of the lingo but I m sure it was well written All Sam s anthologies are top drawer So, ENJOY Maybe some day one of you can translate for me Excellent AnthologyI picked this book up because a few of my favorite authors had written stories for it Sometimes with anthologies, you get one or two stories that aren t your cup of tea, but every story in this one is a winner And even better, I found some new authors whose writing styles I enjoy I highly recommend purchasing this book.
Excellent This is a great collection of stories I m not a gamer, but I do love good science fiction There s plenty of it in this book, and no experience with gaming is required to enjoy it I can usually choose a couple of favorites from any anthology, but not this time Nine out of the eleven stories are my favorites I ll just leave it at that I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.
Short stories are my jamThere is always fun in exploring a bunch of new worlds some by authors I know who pointed to this book, others I have yet to discover My gaming days ended around Super Mario World so I am sure I missed a lot of MMORPG references, but I still enjoyed it.

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