The Game - Terry Schott

The Game

By Terry Schott

  • Release Date: 2013-08-22
  • Genre: Adventure
Score: 4.5
From 12,355 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...?


  • Gr8

    By Rottie25
    Good read, really buttered my croissant even after the fourth time reading itᶘ ᵒᴥᵒᶅ
  • This has been a good read.

    By davemanhall
  • Life’s a game

    By C.palk
    Got this book off iTunes free years ago read it, loved it, thought it was very imaginative ( read it in my early 20s, I feel old just typing that) and now at ripe age 29 (cusp of 30) read it again and I am changed! The Game is LIFE!! Must read!
  • Very Captivating!

    By GKtheCHAMP
    I don’t read often, but this book had my eyes glued to my phone. After finishing the book I couldn’t keep myself from buying Digital Heretic to continue following the story. After that I knew it was safe to just buy the whole series! The Interlude Brandon and Shadow books kinda threw the flow of the series off, but the details from those stories answer a lot of questions and really help with the character development. All in all, definitely a good read for a free book, but be prepared to buy the next book because you won’t be able to stop after this one.
  • Riveting

    By Indubitably_Jon
    This book series hit me at the perfect point and changed my life. Love them all.
  • The Game A Great Book

    A great dystopian book, with lots of twists and turns it’s almost as if you’re on a roller coaster. Would highly suggest to read.

    By hdjaia
    Amazing read!
  • Excellent writing.

    By cfmahoney
    I was engaged from start to finish. It makes for an interesting view on life....
  • Yee

    By MotoGod22
  • Beautiful!!!

    By Xerokun
    This is a great read from start to finish! I couldn’t put it down until it was over. I was moved to tears throughout! I honestly want to read the book over again because I want to memorize the lives the author created when writing this book.