In a future world where the internet has taken over, Mallory Singer is about to find out that reality is a lot scarier than virtual reality. When her best friend disappears into an online game called Apocalypse Online, Mallory jumps into the game to save him. But she’s in for more of a scare than she bargained for—the madman who created Apocalypse Online plans to use it as a tool of global destruction! Now Mallory must team up with other players from around the world if they want any hope of stopping the apocalypse… I’m usually not a horror fan, but the premise of this book sounded really interesting so.
For who is this book for ?
- The premise is really interesting
- The book is well written
- It’s a quick read
- I didn’t really connect with any of the characters.
- The plot was a little slow in parts.
- It’s not exactly horror, but there are some scary moments.
Learn more about the author
Robyn Wideman is the author of Apocalypse Online, a teen thriller set in a future world where the internet has taken over. She lives with her husband and son in Northern California.
“I couldn’t put it down!”
” Apocolypse Online is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that asks the question: what would happen if the Internet became our reality? With its expertly drawn characters and hairpin plot turns, this novel will keep you glued to your screen.”
“Apocalypse Online is a fantastic read! The story is compelling and the characters are well-developed. I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book!”
“Apocalypse Online is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that kept me guessing until the very end. Robyn Wideman’s debut novel is a gripping ride into a terrifying future world where the internet has taken over.”