The Game of Lives

Over the weekend, I finished reading The Game of Lives by James Dashner. It is the third book of the Mortality Doctrine book series. The first books are The Eye of Minds and Rule of Thoughts.

Warning: there is a major sad part which I think shouldn’t have happened.

The Eye of Minds is about a guy named Michael who thinks he is real. He loves playing and hacking online games with his two best-friends. Then his world is turned upside down when an online task force asks him and his friends to find a bad hacker and find out what he has planned. Michael then learns he is not real. He is a computer program. The bad hacker named Kaine does an unthinkable thing to Michael. He turns Michael into a real person by using someone else’s body.

In Rule of Thoughts, Michael and his friends learn more about what Kaine has planned. He wants to make more computer programs into people by using other people’s bodies. The online task force has their own agenda which involves framing Michael and his friends for bombing their building.

In The Game of Lives, Michael and his friends get rescued by his former nanny. Then they try to rescue another girl. The task force’s agenda was to make it seem that they were saving everyone from Kaine, but they were making things worse. Michael took them down with help from Kaine. Kaine then becomes a person and Michael lets him go. I loved this series, but like I said I hated the sad part. It did have a good ending. I read my next book which was TroubleMaker by Leah Remi.

I loved this series, but like I said I hated the sad part. It did have a good ending. I read my next book which was TroubleMaker by Leah Remi.

You can find The Game of Lives at Amazon.com, Wordery.com, and Kobo.com.

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