A young man's virtual life and real life become inextricably entwined when a player named Surewinter reaches out to him for help on a popular VRPG game, only to be discovered dead the next morning—her body washed up face down in a canal.
Now a suspect, he's forced to navigate Abaddon Online, an illegal underground VR game where what's real and what's virtual is sometimes hard to discern, and clear his name before he becomes the next victim. He must earn the trust of a new guild, overcome the players set to kill him, and keep the true killer from knowing that he's closing in.
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I think the premise behind this book is great. Somebody dies and the MC has to play a game to figure out who did it.
Saying that I think the the MC in this book is an idoit. Not the fun kind of idoit like in Psych but the normal guy who puts himself way out of his comfort zone kind. This does make him a bit more believable as a person than if he was some super detective, but it does cause you to shake your head at him.
I don't personally see any grammar issues and the author does shine when it comes to the fight scenes.
I have only finished chapter 5 but I think that this is a good series.
The only problem that I have is that the police did find the MC a bit to early and I think that it could have been spaced a bit more.