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Posted May 15, 2012
Taking place almost immediately after the evens of Gamers, Frags continues the adventures of Gabby DeCorte and her fellow Frags, This time Gabby has decided that she needs to leave the GSA and seek out a source to determine what happens to those who received failing scores in Lifegame and then vanish. This becomes even more important as Gabby's best friend Zaela is missing.
Frags leaves the safe confines of the GSA for the Freelands, a place marked by its different realms, all of which require the user to accept their rules in order to enter. From horrific cults, to frontier farms, the Frags will find their danger fraught with peril as they search for the answers to their questions about the LifeGame losers.
Frags feels slightly more adult and grown up in comparison to Gamers, due in no small part to the more violent subject material and more complex issues that the characters experience and deal with. Gabby will be forced to grow up and begin to question all the things she knows to be true if she is to be able to survive on her journey. The transition from the GSA to the Freelands provides some pretty solid entertainment and the development of many of the other characters really starts to occur here.
Overall I found Frags to be a solid continuation to the Gamers trilogy, offering up exciting events, interesting characters and a fast paced read. Definitely worth reading if you enjoyed Gamers.
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Posted December 5, 2013
This story was an over all great book.
The plot of the story was basicly escaping into the freelands finding Zalea and finding her way through the freelands but then Gabby trys to escape the Frags and a new commpanion
Not only that but there is the start of the war between the GSA
(GREAT STATES OF AMERICA) and the Freelands. Form there you have to figure it out yourself.
Posted May 10, 2012
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