Michael and his friends spend all their free time in the Sleep, the VirtNet, playing virtual reality video games and hanging out. When VirtNet security asks Michael to use his coding and hacking skills to track down Kaine, a man hidden somewhere inside trying to implement the Mortality Doctrine, the three teens embark on an exciting and dangerous journey that often seems more real than not.
The Eye of Minds is a seriously weird book. It took me quite a while to get into it, but at nearly halfways through it became much more interesting and I could barely put it down. I totally didn’t see the ending coming. I recommend this book to young adults and adults who enjoy sci-fi.
4 (out of 5) Stars
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