Imprisoned Online: Gaming the System (A LitRPG Adventure Book 1) by P.A. Wikoff – Review by Maura Harper

Gaming the System (Imprisoned Online, #1)Gaming the System by P.A. Wikoff
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“…all the best treasure was hidden in the worst possible pain.”

Remember when 2020 was so far away that we had fantasies about getting info subliminally, clothes that could be changed instantly, and everything is run by AI (who prefer non-binary identies)? Well this story is what our fantasies of the future look like. (Except credit card magnetic stripes are still blown in and rubbed when they don’t work.)

This book is all of that and so much more. The first qtr of the story is the protagonist talking to himself which is how we “see” everything he is doing. The rest of the book is an enjoyable adventure.

This is a LITrpg story. LitRPG is a subgenre of science fiction and fantasy which describes the hero’s adventures within an online computer game. LitRPG books merge traditional book-style narration with elements of a gaming experience, describing various quests, achievements and other events typical of a video game. (Credit: litprg(dot)com)

I absolutely recommend this story.

Review by @mauraharper


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