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A cat-and-mouse chase in which role-playing serves as perfect training for heroics and survival.
"The characters are nicely drawn and the plotting is intensely tight. This one brews up nicely."
It is a book that demands to be devoured in big, meaty chunks…[there is] an un-put-down-able quality between the covers of The Moon Maze Game.
A solidly satisfying story. Series fans and lovers of gaming fiction should enjoy this action-filled collaboration. (Library Journal)
LARRY NIVEN is the award-winning author of the Ringworld series, along with many other science fiction masterpieces, and fantasy novels including the Magic Goes Away series. He has received the Nebula Award, five Hugos, four Locus Awards, two Ditmars, the Prometheus, and the Robert A. Heinlein Award, among other honors. He lives in Chatsworth, California.
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STEVEN BARNES' first published collaboration with Larry Niven, The Locusts, was nominated for the 1980 Hugo award. He has also written several episodes for The Outer Limits, Baywatch, and other television shows.
Niven/Pounelle have given us decades of superb SF and some of my all time favorites. The Dream Park series was certainly close to the top, but "Moon Maze" is a major... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael J. Tsoukias
More of what went before. The gaming stuff gets really tiresome & is dated so it's good that there is less if it in this book. NOT a great book but certainly an adequate one.Published 7 months ago by D. Bryant
This series as a whole is a wonderful series. The concept of a park that allows you to role play in virtual reality is something I dream about. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love the dream Park books. I read the original when it first came out. I thoroughly enjoyed it and all of the sequels. I just wish there were more.Published 10 months ago by Joseph L. Reichardt
Like most devotees of the the Dream Park series, I view the first novel as the pick of the litter. In addition, I was disappointed in both "Barsoom" and "Voodoo". Read morePublished 11 months ago by Morphie
This is one of the Larry-Niven-Steven Barnes "Dream Park" collaborations, and it's a good one. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Pete Roche
Author, but this book left something to be desired. There were too many bloody fight scenes, and not enough puzzles or personal development. Read morePublished 12 months ago by !wolfie!
It was hard rating this book, since I've read the others in the Dream Park series and had to take that into account. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alice Erickson