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Erebos: It's a Game. It Watches You (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 19. Januar 2012

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  • Taschenbuch: 434 Seiten
  • Verlag: Annick Press; Auflage: Tra (19. Januar 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1554513723
  • ISBN-13: 978-1554513727
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 12 - 18 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 2,4 x 21,6 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 31.505 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Romanfan am 19. Dezember 2012
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Wer selber mal das ein oder andere Computerrollenspiel gespielt hat, wird von dem Buch sehr angetan sein. Die Geschichte ist sehr fesselnd und wenn man mal eine (gezwungene) Pause machen muss, fragt man sich sofort, wie es weiter geht. Die Geschichte zeigt auch sehr deutlich, wie sich Computerspiele auswirken können.

Mein Fazit: Klasse Buch. Tolle wahrheitsnahe Geschichte.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Heli An TOP 1000 REZENSENTVINE-PRODUKTTESTER am 30. November 2012
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When starting this book you might initially think you accidentally bought a Fantasy book: it describes a group of young people that get addicted by a Computer Game that seems to communicate directly to them and to them only as the individuals they are. The game interferes more and more in their everyday lives and at the end of the day it is about life or death for some. Make no mistake, the conclusion of the book is very close to intelligent Software Reality, one of the reasons I would put this book at the top of a young person's reading list.

I read this book after my son and his friends (age 13) were captivated by it and I really loved it. Not only is it a story that gets to you from the very beginning, the book is also well written in the literary sense. Of course, as a German native speaker I am happy to see it translated into English Language. The moment it was on the market I immediately gave it to kids of American friends. The feedback was so postive that I'd assume any worries about bad translation can be put aside.
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Surprisingly good, engaging and realistic 11. März 2012
Von K. Sozaeva - Veröffentlicht auf
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Disclosure: I received a free e-ARC galley from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

Synopsis from NetGalley: An intelligent computer game with a disturbing agenda.

When 16-year-old Nick receives a package containing the mysterious computer game Erebos, he wonders if it will explain the behavior of his classmates, who have been secretive lately. Players of the game must obey strict rules: always play alone, never talk about the game, and never tell anyone your nickname.

Curious, Nick joins the game and quickly becomes addicted. But Erebos knows a lot about the players and begins to manipulate their lives. When it sends Nick on a deadly assignment, he refuses and is banished from the game.

Now unable to play, Nick turns to a friend for help in finding out who controls the game. The two set off on a dangerous mission in which the border between reality and the virtual world begins to blur. This utterly convincing and suspenseful thriller originated in Germany, where it has become a runaway bestseller.

My Thoughts: I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. It was very engaging and I read through it during the course of a morning. The characters are quite realistic and the game was described in such detail that it almost made me want to play it, despite everything - especially despite the fact that I don't like computer games! It definitely showed the dangers of addiction to video games, too, and how people can take such things way too seriously. I would recommend this to pretty much anyone who enjoys a good story - check it out!
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Great YA novel, especially for boys/gamers 5. Februar 2012
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I received an Advanced Reader Copy the other day at a librarian conference (I'm working on my Masters in Library & Information Science). I don't normally read YA novels, but I'm trying to get more into them as I'm thinking about going into Children & Youth librarianship, so needless to say that in my early 30s, this book isn't my typical pleasure-reading material. That said, I couldn't put Erebos down. It was different, fun, suspenseful, well-written, and exciting.

I'm not a hardcore gamer, but anyone who has played their share of adventure or role-playing games is familiar with the feeling of being so immersed in a game that they start to feel like they are in the game themselves; you really start to identify with your character and feel the frustrations of trying to go up a level or solve a puzzle, even holding your breat when your character is trying to get through a difficult task. I've even had a few bizarre dreams based on games that I've played. Well, this is what Nick, the main character, begins to feel as he enters the virtual world of Erebos. Erebos is a very mysterious and secretive game that starts to blur the line between game and reality for Nick and his friends/schoolmates in London, England. What is Erebos, why does the mysterious yellow-eyed messenger send players on strange errands in real life, and how does it know so much about them?

This book will really appeal to teen boys, especially those into gaming. It's a great book to encourage teen and pre-teen boys to read. It may look a little thick but there is plenty of dialogue and action, so it flows rather quickly. The sections that take place in the game are full of action and adventure too, and really evoke that sense of getting caught up in a game. The language is fairly simple, with enough new words and topics to encourage and challenge readers. There is a bit of profanity, but not as much as the previous review here would suggest; if there is, I certainly didn't take note of it. At one point, it just refers to profanity (i.e. "She cursed in an unladylike manner"). It isn't overtly sexual and it isn't terribly or gratuitously violent, and yet I think it still has enough action and edge to appeal to teen boys (and some teen girls, of course).
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A different kind of and enjoyable read 10. Juni 2012
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There is mystery and intrigue behind the game. Everyone knows everyone, but they aren't allowed to reveal their identities in the game to one another. For much of the first half, Nick's character in the game goes on quests. I'm more of a book nerd and not much of a gamer, so Nick's descent into obsession with the game fascinated me. It is when the game begins to know too much about him that he becomes suspicious.

Nick faces a moral dilemma when the game asks him to complete a task with consequences. He must decide whether or not to let his addiction to the game control him. I'm not a gamer, but I can understand in relation to books and how I can spend a whole afternoon reading away without a care for the outside world. That is where my relationship with Nick ends. While he is the only character that is really developed, he wasn't likable. I have no idea why he is so popular.

As Nick realizes that the game isn't a regular game but that it's plot reaches out to the real world, he and some other plays make it their mission to uncover its plans. The plot kept me guessing, and it had its surprises. Overall, this was an enjoyable and very different read for me.
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As Addictive As The Game! 4. März 2012
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As a gamer who LOVES MMORPG's, I've often gotten so sucked into those amazing little worlds that 12 or more hours can pass in the blink of an eye before I realize that I've been playing ALL DAY (or all night!).

So Erebros was right up my alley--And HOLY COW, it DIDN'T disappoint!
This is a fun book that had me turning the pages waaaaay past my bedtime. (I was up reading it until 5am one night. No joke.)
It's JUST as addictive as the game itself!
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Fascinating Thriller...Gamers Will Love It! 7. Februar 2012
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In Soviet Russia, game plays you. Okay, so this novel is set in Britain, not the Soviet Union, but I couldn't resist the joke. Because this game really does play you. For those of you who are frustrated by a friend or loved one who neglects you for video games, be grateful that they don't have this one. This is one computer parents really should be afraid of their kids playing.

It's funny reading this book, because I know that I would probably have accepted the disk (assuming someone tried to give me one anyway, which would have been doubtful in high school), totally without intention of keeping its secrets, out of desperation to know what the heck was going on. Unlike the people in the book, I doubt I would have been sucked in. Likely, because I would have died immediately. I am not skilled at this kind of game. Or, I would have wanted some food or to go to the bathroom, pissing off (punned) the Messenger, the guy in control of the game world.

At first, I wasn't particularly into this book. I considered stopping, but persisted because of the amazing reviews I saw of it. Turns out I'm glad I stuck with it, although this isn't a book I would ever reread. It was still good, and dealt with some really fascinating concepts.

As much as I said that I would not enjoy playing the game, I can still appreciate how freaking cool the game itself is. If you are a gamer and do not desperately wish you could play Erebos, something is wrong with you. Just kidding...mostly. The game has so many possibilities, because of the AI in it. Wow.

The characterization wasn't all that great, at least not in the real world. Nick and Emily, who get the most screen time, never really felt like real people to me. The others, of course, were incredibly one dimensional, like Colin, for example. He and Nick were best friends, but the reader never learns a single good thing about Colin. He's almost the villain of the piece. Actually, the two characters who seem most realistic are Victor and Adrian, who have smaller parts.

On the other hand, everything and everyone in the world of Erebos seems so much more real. This was likely done intentionally. The reason people could not escape from the game, and, often, had mental breakdowns when they couldn't play anymore, was because the artifice felt more real than reality.

So yeah, this was pretty cool. If you have gamer friends who also like to read, they might love this. Present idea!
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