Monday, May 16, 2016

Eleven of the best sci-fi books for video gamers

At the B & N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog Andrew Liptak tagged eleven top sci-fi reads that might tempt video gamers to put down the controller and try reading, including:
Arena, by Holly Jennings

This recent debut novel is all about the elite gaming competitions in a near future world where champion gamers fight to the virtual death before an audience of millions. The deaths might not be real, but the pain certainly is. When one of Kali Ling’s teammates dies after an overdose, she has to confront the truth about the nature of the tournament and the toll that it takes on the gamers, in the virtual world—and in the real one.
Read about another entry on the list.

--Marshal Zeringue