Virtual Prophet - Terry Schott

Virtual Prophet

By Terry Schott

  • Release Date: 2015-01-08
  • Genre: Adventure
Score: 4.5
From 258 Ratings


Inside the Game, players struggle to survive in a world where technology no longer functions. 

On Tygon, fans are unable to view what is occurring inside the Game. 

Trew and Danielle rush to save both realities, but they are unable to know what the other is doing. 

The fate of reality depends on a Game, and time is about to run out...

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  • Love

    By Bkgtown
    This series is my favorite
  • So over it

    By KeshaW2006
    I've wasted so much time and money on this series. I can't even continue to read further into it because it's become such a muddled, boring mess. I fought through the last book hoping this one would be better. It's not, and I don't expect the next ones would be any better. Save your money. $5 a book is way too much to pay for a story line that repeats itself with very few new revelations. This story line could've been better summed up in a trilogy.
  • Love it!

    By Boanerges116
    I love this series! More please!?!?
  • Good

    By Hello it's the smart person
    Good but could have been better and got confusing at times
  • Love Terry Schott!!

    By Tmrandazzo
    I just want to say, keep them coming Mr Schott!!! I love your writing and will continue to read. On to book #5.......Thank you🤗
  • Page turner as all your books are

    By Brandon Thaggard
    Terry, you are an amazing story teller. I felt I was in the game!
  • A must read!

    By Mychem920
    If you've been following the story, DO NOT STOP!!!!! They just keep getting better as the story continues to evolve into such a masterpiece of twists and turns that you won't be able to put it down once you start.
  • Another page turner

    By loxalot
    My days are spent thinking of this book when I'm not reading it. I am hooked.
  • Many editing issues

    By Kingdom keepers rock
    So I just finished reading this book and was disappointed by the number of editing issues in this book and Interlude -Brandon. I think that was the title but I can't check. I think the author has a great story line but it gets confusing since the characters all change their names. Not to mention you have to keep track of the idea that there are three different worlds. If I were Terry, I would hire a different editor since these errors are too numerous and very distracting. At one point, the author uses the wrong character's name- how can that be missed. I started editing the book since I'm a professor and can't stand for my own students to make these mistakes. Looking forward to the next book. Hopefully their will be fewer errors but I will have my highlighter ready.
  • A disappointing ending.

    By Kreuz11
    Sigh. This series had a lot of potential, but wandering plot points and loose ends combined with a complete lack of real danger for the main characters just killed the whole thing. Everything went according to plan the whole time for books two and three. Then leaving on a clumsy predictable cliffhanger just left a bad taste in my mouth. I think Mr. Schott has a very unique style and I enjoyed most of the construction, but the overarching plot left much to be desired.
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