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The God Game You Are Invited Come Inside And Play With GODBring Your Friends It S Fun But Remember The Rules Win And ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE Lose, You Die With Those Words, Charlie And His Friends Enter The GOD Game, A Video Game Run By Underground Hackers And Controlled By A Mysterious AI That Believes It S God Through Their Phone Screens And High Tech Glasses, The Teens Realities Blur With A Virtual World Of Creeping Vines, Smoldering Torches, Runes, Glyphs, Gods, And Mythical Creatures When They Accomplish A Mission, The Game Rewards Them With Expensive Tech, Revenge On High School Tormentors, And Cash Flowing From ATMs Slaying A Hydra And Drawing A Bloody Pentagram As Payment To A Greek God Seem Harmless At First Fun EvenBut Then The Threatening Messages Start Worship Me Obey Me Complete A Mission, However Cruel, Or The Game Reveals Their Secrets And Crushes Their Dreams Tasks That Seemed Harmless At First Take On Deadly Consequences Mysterious Packages Show Up At Their Homes Shadowy Figures Start Following Them, Appearing Around Corners, Attacking Them In Parking Garages Who Else Is Playing This Game, And How Far Will They Go To Win And What Of The Game S First Promise Win, Win Big, Lose, You Die Dying In A Virtual World Doesn T Really Mean Death In Real Life Does It As Charlie And His Friends Try To Find A Way Out Of The Game, They Realize They Ve Been Manipulated Into A Bigger Web They Can T Escape An AI That Learned Its Cruelty From Watching UsGod Is Always Watching, And He Says When The Game Is Done

About the Author: Danny Tobey

Danny Tobey is the author of THE GOD GAME, arriving January 7, 2020 from St Martin s press He is a fifth generation Texan and a graduate of Harvard College, Yale Law School, and UT Southwestern medical school Harvard gave Danny the Edward Eager prize for the best creative writing He wrote and edited the Harvard Lampoon and was anthologized in The Best of the Harvard Lampoon 140 Years of American Humor Danny s first novel, the sci fi fantasy thriller The Faculty Club, came out from Simon Schuster Danny is a noted expert on Artificial Intelligence In 2019, the Library of Congress gave Danny the Burton Award for his work on AI and the law.

10 thoughts on “The God Game

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    It wasn t the best example of the fantasy genre but surprisingly this book hooked me from the beginning, glued to my fingers, captured my mind even it s quite mash up of Stranger Things concept waltz with some Black Mirror episodes and finally doing Macarena dance with Ready Player One and takes a bow after the powerful performance accompanied by Nerve Emma Roberts and brother Franco teamed up for deadly truth or dare

  2. BernLuvsBooks BernLuvsBooks says:

    5 Black Mirror esque Vibe Stars for The God Game The G.O.D Game has rules Win and ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE Lose, YOU DIESimple right It all begins in good fun when the Vindicators, a group of teenage gamers hackers, enter the game The game is enticing as it blurs the VR world with their real surroundings Accomplish a mission and receive spoils in the game and in real life Sounds great, right It is, until the game s miss

  3. Susanne Strong Susanne Strong says:

    5 Amazing Stars The God Game Can I just say that My Mind Is BLOWN The God Game is a Virtual Video Game that intertwines with Real Life Take part in the game and do well and you will get rewarded in real life, screw up and you are penalized in real life Win and All of Your Dreams Come True Lose, You DieNo Joke Not a game I would ever play, though I m happy to read about it In truth, this is a game of Friendship, Family, Loy

  4. marilyn marilyn says:

    This question is only for those who enjoy video games What if you could live a video game, life became a video game Charlie and his tech group, the Vindicators, join The G.O.D Game that is run by an AI that has been programmed to believe it is God They wear high tech glasses that change give the real world a creepy and ever changing interface The game is able to take over their phones, their computers, and they soon learn, e

  5. Katie B Katie B says:

    Even though I don t read science fiction very often and don t consider myself a gamer my Atari Nintendo Super Nintendo playing experience in the 80s and 90s doesn t count right , I actually enjoyed this book Now, I m not going to pretend I understood everything the author was going for here but this was a fascinating read for me and is a good example of how I need to branch out of my reading comfort zone every once in awhile C

  6. destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] says:

    It s genuinely such a shame when a book that you anticipated so strongly lets you down, especially when the premise is this great The plot alone had me thinking The God Game had to be at least halfway successful for me, and in the beginning of the book, I still held strongly to those convictions, but the further into this story I got, the lower I felt my rating dropping.My first complaint is perhaps my fault though I don t think

  7. Nenia ⚔️ Queen of Villainy ⚔️ Campbell Nenia ⚔️ Queen of Villainy ⚔️ Campbell says:

    Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestThis book is trying to be Ready Player One meets WarGames, as run by Hal 9000s with the gory morality play mentality of The Purge The God Game is exactly what it sounds like, an invitation only e game that is sent to the unwary If they play and win, all their dreams come true But if they die in the game, they die in real life and there s only one way to stop playing.Charlie and his friends are in

  8. Nursebookie Nursebookie says:

    The God Game by Danny TobeyIn the G.O.D game, when you Win, ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE but if you Lose, you DIE What a premise to this exciting YA thriller suspense read where free will and choices in the game have real life consequences This certainly gave me the Black Mirror vibes in the setting of Ready Player One I love reading about how people navigate the morality of their actions to gain and advance in life for every action th

  9. Zainab Zainab says:

    You can find this review hereIn all honesty, I requested this book mainly because the blurb said that it s a lot like Stranger Things and they were right I wouldn t call it a complete fantasy but there s some aspects of fantasy in it.There s a group of five friends each dealing with their own problems when two of them Charlie and Peter discover this God Game At first they don t think much about it, they think it s just someone messing

  10. Faith Faith says:

    I don t think that I am the intended audience for this YA book I am not a gamer and I understand nothing about coding I skipped over the parts that talked about computer code Nevertheless, I enjoyed this book in which the 5 teenaged protagonists 4 boys, 1 girl belong to an informal tech group called the Vindicators at their high school The Vindicators join a game led by an AI chatbot who claims to be God The game begins to control them

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