Book Review: V World

In this sci-fi by Nick Berry, Alex Binary is one of millions of humans living in the virtual (V) world. Years ago, the humans in the real (R) world decided to forsake their world and transferred all their consciousnesses to the V worlds, where they will live out the remainder of their lives as well as the future of humanity. This V world is perfect in every way; grass cut exactly one-and-a-half inches, houses all the same, no death, no sickness, no hunger. That is, until what seems to be a glitch changes everything in Alex's V world, and it begins to turn on itself, killing all who live within it. Luckily for Alex, she is guided out of the V world and into the R world by an A.I. Turns out the various V Worlds are under attack from a psychopathic A.I. in the R world, where he wants to destroy all of humans. Will Alex, now in a human body with all of its imperfections, be able to overcome this faction of A.I.s and save her world before it's too late?

Update!

Since I've been slightly MIA with writing book reviews, I just wanted to clue you all in on what's going on with me! So, this past week, I have been taking a bit of a much-needed hiatus. What with the end of the school year coming along, both of my jobs AND my own graduate schoolwork have been steadily increasing in stress and effort/time needed. As such, I have simply been reading, and pushing my blog to the back-burner to keep my sanity! BUT here's the bright side: I have finished 4 books and am working on a fifth one now!

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