Book: The Game Master by Ian D. Copseycategories: Book, Action, Humour, Virtual Reality, Video Games, Friendship, Bullying, Life Lessons, Adventure
Ian D. Copseyabout this book: How do children learn to perceive the world around them? What makes us so different? Why do we think differently? How or what, when we are growing up from being a baby to an adult, shapes our ideas, thoughts and ways of doing things? There are many reasons. Some are positive and some are not.
The Game Master is primarily a fun-filled tale of two boys who argue over a video game. Enter the game master, a jovial and sometimes mysterious Japanese shopkeeper who owns a video game shop. However, this is a virtual reality video game has no game controls…
This is a game that can read their minds. This is a game that can change their perceptions of life, of their friends and their enemies… forever…
• "The Game Master delivers on all fronts, from humor and mystery to action and a bit of fictional whimsy." — John J. Staughton, author.
• "The Game Master is brilliantly well-told, and an adventure that readers won't ever forget." — Danielle Urban
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