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Level Nine - Inklet #19 - cover

Level Nine - Inklet #19

Liana Brooks

Publisher: Inkprint Press

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Summary

Andrea plays the Game—a massive, interstellar, virtual reality experience—as often as she can. And she plays well. Really well.  
…Well, she cheats, actually, which she feels ambivalent about to be honest.  
Except on Level Nine. Because no matter how hard she tries, Level Ten remains out of reach… until a wholesome newcomer arrives.  
A light-hearted, feel-good story about the power of online gaming to bring people together.  
1230 words / virtual reality science fiction

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