Mortality Doctrine: The Eye of Minds

Publisher: Corgi

Review

When everyday life is mundane and drab, gaming in the VirtNet is perfect escapism. And the better your hacking skills, the more intense and real the experience and the greater the risks. After all, if you die, it's simply a question of starting over.

But, when 'game over' begins to mean just that, the government recruits Michael and his hacker friends to penetrate the depths of the VirtNet in search of a rogue gamer who has embarked on a reign of terror.  

Gamers and computer geeks will love this vivid, fast-paced, cleverly-plotted cyber-thriller. Contains scenes of graphic violence and may result in an inability to distinguish between reality and fiction.

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