Starter Zone (The Revelation Chronicles, #1)



Escape From A World Of Darkness Into A Magical Realm Of Endless Adventure.When Hydrologists Inscribe The Consciousness Of A Human Mind Onto A Single Drop Of Water, A Revelation Sweeps The Land The Wealthy Race To Upload Their Minds Into Self Contained Virtual Realities Nicknamed Aquariums In These Containers People Achieve Every Hope, Dream, And Desire But Governments Wage War For Control Of The Technology Terrorist Attacks Cause Massive Destruction The Aquariums Fail Inscribed Human Minds Leech Into The Water Cycle, Wreaking Havoc.Street Gangs Rule The Cities In The Three Years Since The Fall Of Civilization Sixteen Year Old Cami And Her Younger Sister Alby Struggle To Survive Every Drop Of Untreated Water Puts Their Lives In Peril Caught And Imprisoned By Soldiers Who Plan To Sell Them Into Slavery, Cami Will Do Anything To Escape And Rescue Her Sister Even If It Means Leaving The Real Word For A Life In The Realms, A New Game Like Reality Created By The Hydrologists For The Chosen Few.But Life In The Realms Isn T As Simple As It Seems Magic, Combat, Gear Scores, Quests, And Dungeons Are All Puzzles To Be Solved As The Sisters Navigate Their New Surroundings And They Encounter Dangerous Enemies Than Any They Faced In The Real World.Time To Play The Game.Starter Zone (The Revelation Chronicles, #1)

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Starter Zone (The Revelation Chronicles, #1) book, this is one of the most wanted Chris Pavesic author readers around the world.

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Starter Zone (The Revelation Chronicles, #1)  ✈ Chris Pavesic – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Starter Zone (The Revelation Chronicles, #1)
  • Chris Pavesic
  • English
  • 12 April 2017

10 thoughts on “Starter Zone (The Revelation Chronicles, #1)

  1. says:

    4.5 Stars.Starter Zone is almost two books in one and has one of the most unique concepts I ve ever come across the idea of uploading consciousness into water based computer memory storage rather than silicone based computer storage The first half of the book starts like a familiar post apocalyptic survival story with Cami taking care of her younger sister Alby Quickly, however, the story shifts into a fantastical role playing game that will please lovers of World of Warcraft and the like.Re 4.5 Stars.Starter Zone is almost two books in one and has one of the most unique concepts I ve ever come across the idea of uploading consciousness into water based computer memory storage rather than silicone based computer storage The first half of the book starts like a familiar post apocalyptic survival story with Cami taking care of her younger sister Alby Quickly, however, the story shifts into a fantastical role playing game that will please lovers of World of Warcraft and the like.Remember that really old Reese s Peanut butter Cups commercial Two great tastes that taste great together I can i...

  2. says:

    This fantasy adventure mixes the gaming world with reality for an exciting read.Cami has one goal keep her and her younger sister alive Civilization has been destroyed, leaving street gangs and worse fighting for whatever supplies might be left It doesn t help that water in every form is deadly unless it s been cleansed While trying to sneak out of the city in hopes of finding apeaceful life in a forgotten rural house, Cami and her sister are caught by hydrologists, and they force ...

  3. says:

    A 4 Star Fast Paced Fantasy from the Get go From the very beginning, Chris Pavesic reels you into the dystopian world she created, and it s not pretty Humans have decided to seek immortality by inscribing the human mind onto a single drop of water Add a government takeover into the mix, and things go from bad to worse This is not the fountain of youth type world humans were striving for, butlike a watered down nightmare, especially for sixteen year old Cami, and her younger sister, Alb A 4 Star Fast Paced Fantasy from the Get go From the very beginning, Chris Pavesic reels you into the dystopian world she created, and it s not pretty Humans have decided to seek immortality by inscribing the human mind onto a single drop of water Add a government takeover into the mix, and things go from bad to worse This is not the fountain of youth type world humans were striving for, butlike a watered down nightmare, especially for sixteen year old Cami, and her younger sister, Alby.Fighting for their lives in an apocalyptic world, the sisters dodge vicious gangs and the dangerous inscribed rains before getting caught by an organization who plans on selling them into slavery to be part of the realms, a game like reality created for the wealthy Pavesic pulls you through the challenges her characters must face in order to move up on the role playing chain Wonderful world building and filled with twists, even if you re not a gamer, you ll love ...

  4. says:

    This is the first LITRPG novel I have read and I thoroughly enjoyed it From the beginning, I was hoping that the two young sisters, Alby and Cami, would find a safe and happy place in the post apocalyptic setting The sisters are strong female characters and good role models for young gi...

  5. says:

    I wasn t sure what to think of this book at first It is a unique and unexpected blend of dystopian fiction and LitRPG When it opens, we have a post apocalyptic setting with the main character and her younger sister on the run, trying to stay alive A little ways in, there is an abrupt shift and the characters are captured and thrust into a virtual game world they don t understand Through a set of circumstances they are made players instead of NPC slaves and in this way are given an unexpected I wasn t sure what to think of this book at first It is a uniq...

  6. says:

    This book features a very engaging first person narrative Author Chris Pavesic writes in a way that makes the reader feel as if they are in the story.I thoroughly enjoyed this story as an enjoyable example from the science fiction genre.

  7. says:

    LitRPG YA Fantasy is a new genre for me A refreshing one Reading Starter Zone 2017 , the first book in the Revelation Chronicles, took me back to my family living room where my brothers, sister, parents, and I would compete for the best score on Asteriod and later, Super Mario Brothers Much, much later we played quest games like the one written about in Starter Zone where competing fell by the wayside and we tapped into our collective skills to beat the game Reading about Cami and Abby sta LitRPG YA Fantasy is a new genre for me A refreshing one Reading Starter Zone 2017 , the first book in the Revelation Chronicles, took me back to my family living room where my brothers, sister, parents, and I would compete for the best score on Asteriod and later, Super Mario Brothers Much, much later we played quest games like the one written about in Starter Zone where ...

  8. says:

    This started out post apocalypse which I loved, simply because I love those kinds of books, then turned fantasy which I don t usually read but surprisingly I still liked it Teenage Cami and her younger sister end up having to go into a virtual game I have recently learned that there is a name for this kind of book LitRPG Literary Role Playing Game I have never read anything like this...

  9. says:

    When scientists found a way for people to live forever, it seemed like a good thing Hydrologists found that consciousness could be imprinted on a droplet of water and kept in tanks But when the tanks were breached, disaster ensued and civilization as we know it dissolved.Cami and her little sister, Alby, are trying to make their way out of the post apocalyptic city in hopes of finding safety in the country However, rain is dangerous now because each drop could contain someone s consciousness When scientists found a way for people to live forever, it seemed like a good thing Hydrologists found that consciousness could be imprinted on a droplet of water and kept in tanks But when the tanks were breached, disaster ensued and civilization as we know it dissolved.Cami and her little sister, Alby, are trying to make their way out of the post apocalyptic city in hopes of finding safety in the country However, rain is dangerous now because each drop could contain someone s consciousness looking for a body to house it Combating people and nature is only the beginning of Cami and Alby s adventure.Starter Zone is a cracking story and a great start to an exciting new series Full of mystery, intrigue, and high stakes, the story will pull rea...

  10. says:

    Starter Zone by Chris Pavesic has 240 pages and was published in 2017 byDigital Services LLC.Thank you to Netgalley,Digital Services LLC and Chris Pavesic for the ARC I received in return for an honest review.Starter Zone is the story of two young girls in a dystopian future in which souls have been inscripted onto water droplets When the aquariums are damaged, these inscripted players are mixed into the water cycle and clean, pure water becomes a scarce commodity Cami and Starter Zone by Chris Pavesic has 240 pages and w...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *