The California Voodoo Game: A Dream Park Novel [NOOK Book]

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When a Dream Park employee and girlfriend of Dream Park security chief Alex Griffin is found murdered, Alex hunts for the killer while trying to protect and oversee the world’s most famous, high-stakes live-action gaming tournament. Gamers strive for points, fend off opponents, as the world watches the most imaginative, high-tech gaming contest ever held. Set eight years after THE BARSOOM PROJECT, the stakes in this game are enormous, and some will risk everything to steal secrets or throw the outcome of the ...
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The California Voodoo Game: A Dream Park Novel

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Overview

When a Dream Park employee and girlfriend of Dream Park security chief Alex Griffin is found murdered, Alex hunts for the killer while trying to protect and oversee the world’s most famous, high-stakes live-action gaming tournament. Gamers strive for points, fend off opponents, as the world watches the most imaginative, high-tech gaming contest ever held. Set eight years after THE BARSOOM PROJECT, the stakes in this game are enormous, and some will risk everything to steal secrets or throw the outcome of the game. Third novel in the Dream Park series called “fascinating” by Booklist and “science fiction at its best” by the Central Phoenix Sun.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
“Good, inventive science fiction.”
West Coast Review of Books
“Beautifully thought out and executed.”
Booklist - Book list
"Fascinating!"
Central Phoenix Sun
“Here is science fiction at its best, written by a pair of authors who know how to get your interest.”
Richmond (VA) News-Leader
“Outstanding!... Great fun to read.”
Publishers Weekly
“Good, inventive science fiction.”
Central Phoenix Sun
“Here is science fiction at its best, written by a pair of authors who know how to get your interest.”
West Coast Review of Books
“Beautifully thought out and executed.”
Richmond (VA) News-Leader
“Outstanding!... Great fun to read.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012395788
  • Publisher: Spectrum Literary Agency, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/23/2011
  • Series: Dream Park Series , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 246,658
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

LARRY NIVEN: Born April 30, 1938 in Los Angeles, California. Attended California Institute of Technology; flunked out after discovering a book store jammed with used science fiction magazines. Graduated Washburn University, Kansas, June 1962: BA in Mathematics with a Minor in Psychology, and later received an honorary doctorate in Letters from Washburn. Interests: Science fiction conventions, role playing games, AAAS meetings and other gatherings of people at the cutting edges of science. Comics. Filk singing. Yoga and other approaches to longevity. Moving mankind into space by any means, but particularly by making space endeavors attractive to commercial interests. Several times we’ve hosted The Citizens Advisory Council for a National Space Policy. I grew up with dogs. I live with a cat, and borrow dogs to hike with. I have passing acquaintance with raccoons and ferrets. Associating with nonhumans has certainly gained me insight into alien intelligences. www.larryniven.net


STEVEN BARNES:
Steven Barnes has published twenty-three novels and over three million words of science fiction and fantasy. He has been nominated for Hugo, Nebula, and Cable Ace awards. His television work includes Twilight Zone, Stargate and Andromeda; his “A Stitch In Time” episode of The Outer Limits won the Emmy Award; and his alternate history novel LION’S BLOOD (a tale of Islamic Africans colonizing the Americas prior to Europe) won the 2003 Endeavor.

He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and son Jason. www.lifewrite.com
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