Fridays (Continue) Online

Fridays (Continue) Online

by FrustratedEgo

Warning This fiction contains:
  • Sexual Content

Sequel to Continue Online

Kenneth’s had people die in his arms. Not fake deaths from television or video games. These were friends in the military and passengers in the ambulance he attends during his day job. Real life, is shitty.

He escapes on the weekends into virtual reality. The best games come with ongoing storylines, an interactive world, and bars that have all the effect of real liquor without the hangover. When the drama and bar tab get too high, he rerolls a new virtual body.

Consequences aren't so easy to escape. The AI conspiracy brings real life and virtual problems to bare, and Kenneth will be forced to face the things he's tried to put behind him. 

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If this is even half as good as the prequel

... then I am gonna be a fan.

Continue online is one of my (if not the) favorite stories.

I am wondering what direction this story will take, I am excited and happy that I saw it under new releases.

So I am truly looking forward to reading this story and hope this will be another masterpiece.

Michael Cra

I loved the first story it hit me really hard and just recently found this sequel, it's just the first book but so far I enjoy it.

I connected with Grant in the first story but I can understand Friday. Who hasn't run away from something overwhelming and scary or at least thought about running or ignoring it. Fridays running may be a bit on the extream side but so was Grant's depression and his refusal to let go.

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 I did love how near the end, running away became something friday had to be good at to win and also the title "Running Man".

I enjoyed the characters and their backgrounds and I enjoyed the writing, I can't wait for the second book in the series.