"What makes Welcome to the Apocalypse: Pandora so exhilarating, though, is its ingenuity. It resembles a blend of The Hunger Games and Jumanji, while still maintaining a level of believability not achieved in those works." Originally critiqued by a member of the Authors Talk About It
"The suspense is biting and the reader can feel the pulse of the characters. From the very first to the last page, the story is emotionally charged, the action intense, and the conflict driving the plot forward." - Arya Fomonyuy
for Readers' Favorite
"The concept and plot was so different to any dystopian novel I've ever come across. It wasn't exactly Terminator, with robots rising up to kill humans, but more like Star Trek-type technology becoming sentient and killing humans." Rachel Sawyer Diaries
"Interesting concept - stuck in a virtual reality game." A.B Shepherd, author
"Couldn't wait to keep turning the page to find out what was happening next." - Pauline Ryan, UK
"Just finished reading it yesterday - couldn't put it down. Looking forward to part two - any hints?" - Gisele Ni Mhoinseal, Spain
From the Back Cover
"Players. Welcome to the apocalypse..."
Kelly Lawrence is a grieving widow. Jack Minnow is a website designer. ReisAnderson is the son of a senator. Each of these players has their own reasons for signing up to The Apocalypse Games, a state of the art virtual game designed to entertain doomsday preppers, gamers, and cosplayers. Altogether, over 100 people enter NASA designed simulation pods and hook up to the mainframe computer with one goal: survive 24 hours of an apocalypse. Instead ofgame over at the end, they're plugged straight into a new game. Then another. It's clear the computer has malfunctioned. What's not clear is why. With no communication to or from the outside operators, they can only fight endless battles and hope they're rescued before it's too late. While they can't die inside the game, they can die if the pods break down while they're still hooked up. This game of survival just got real.