Dreamlands- Felicitas Ivey Reviews
Description:Genre: Horror / Author: Felicitas Ivey / Paperback / 284 Pages / Book is published 2009-08-24 by Dreamspinner Press
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by - written on 30/08/11, updated on 30/08/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
15 year old Keno is a genius kid from Japan whose IT smarts landed him a free ride at MIT. Once there, he not only excelled at his studies, but let his curiosity carry him a bit too far. Hacking what he thought was a fantasy RPG game server nearly got him killed. In fact, the way he has been kept prisoner thee past few years and treated by his shadowy extra-governmental captors makes him wish more than once that he had been. At least then he would not have been confined in the compound the night that the lecherous and greedy head researcher managed to actually open a gate to another dimension, letting in creatures that began to kill the IT lab technicians while Dr Heisig Read the complete review
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