The Last Legend: Glitch Apocalypse

The Last Legend: Glitch Apocalypse

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The Last Legend: Glitch Apocalypse 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CoffeeBreakandaGoodBook More than 1 year ago
Sometimes you find a book that has the potential to be a fantastic story. The Last Legend – Glitch Apocalypse is that kind of book. Dale is the main character in the story. His hometown vanishes as he and his friends fly over it. The pilot, Jill, is a psychic who did not see the event happening, she is forced to reveal that she is not really psychic at all. They are living in a video game and she has detected the patterns in their lives and learned to anticipate certain events due to those patterns. A Glitch is the reason for the disappearance of Dale’s hometown and now the group must fight their way to safety and defeat the villain. I don’t want to summarize the story and give too much away. It really is unique and something I haven’t come across before. I will share what worked and did not work for me, as a reader. The world building and setting are so unique and creative. While I am not a “gamer”, I found the idea of characters living out a game being controlled by a superior being interesting. The story is so full of adventure, conflict, intrigue, and suspense, that I could not help wanting to read more and more. I give the author an A for his creativity. What did not work for me was the heavy dialogue. I ended up skimming over a lot of it. While I understand that the characters needed to hash out Jill’s secret about not being psychic and their world being controlled by someone else. I feel like a lot of the conversations could have been summarized to keep the actual story flowing. I really did enjoy the story a lot. With some more editing, it has the potential to be a fantastic read book. *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review