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Realizing Intentions (A Virtual Reality) (Volume 2) Paperback – February 7, 2015
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I don't know where she is taking me with this artistic adventure with a love story sewn into it, but I am enjoying the ride. Every time Gillian begins to realize her intentions, the side story comes to the forefront and all hell breaks lose, from kidnappings to troll attacks, poor Gillian is never going to get what "she came here after..." trying to protect new friends with trouble brewing both in the virtual reality as well as the outside world she left behind to find a bit of experience for herself... time to patiently wait for part three. I think I'll re-read these two ....
I don't have a great understanding of code and computers so some of the text was over my head. I got through it and still liked the story. There are grammatical errors but not bad enough to make me want to stop reading.
I received a free copy from Story Cartel for my honest review.