Interlude Brandon Brandon Strayne Brilliant computer programmer businessman and world leader Where did this mysterious man come from This volume details his history and rise to power Before there was the Gameere was

  • Title: Interlude-Brandon
  • Author: Terry Schott
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  • Page: 294
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  • Brandon Strayne.Brilliant computer programmer, businessman, and world leader.Where did this mysterious man come from This volume details his history and rise to power.Before there was the Gameere was a boy.This takes the story of the Game even further by viewing how it all started A must read for all fans of the Game is Life Series.

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    1. I put off reading this book for awhile, I'll admit it. I was CRAZY into the first two books, and wanted the story to continue, but honestly just the story of Brandon didn't seem interesting to me. Well, I'm glad I changed my mind because I really really loved it. Interlude-Brandon has all the elements of the other books, with great storytelling and weaving of characters. It was fascinating to find out how things happened, and mind blowing when you realized certain things I won't mention! I kind [...]

    2. Unfortunately for me, this is the book in the series that didn't need to be written. I absolutely loved the first two books and couldn't put them down from start to finish, but this book just couldn't get into. While several key characters are introduced in this book, the majority of this book is spent giving background on Brandon that has no relation to the main plot. The author could have easily included the most important and actually interesting information regarding Brandon and "The Game" i [...]

    3. My mind hurts. A LOT. Um. I knew some things ~ (view spoiler)[that Tygon was also a simulation (hide spoiler)] ~ but my mind is still trying to wrap itself around others ~ (view spoiler)[that there were two versions of Tygon (hide spoiler)].Whatever's going on, it's fantastic!

    4. Again my only complaint is with the many typos that could have easily been avoided. Other than that, this series is wonderfully complex and captivating.

    5. Questions answered! As a reader, I'm not big on interludes in series, but in this particular one it couldn't have been done better. It answers so many questions and suspicions from the first two books and it didn't pull away from the original story. I cannot figure out why an editor or large publisher hasn't picked this series up. I cannot stop reading it and I'm not even a huge fan of this genre.

    6. ( Format : audiobook )"Most think life owes them something, but it doesn't."As suggested by the title, this book steps away from the ongoing story of The Game to look at its creator, Brandon, and the establishment and motives behind it. Having greatly enjoyed the immersive earlier books, at first this reader was reluctant to look outside, to perhaps have preconceived expectations dashed. Instead, the opposite occured and ideas were given even greater interest, the concepts, as well as Brandon, w [...]

    7. I want to give it a higher mark but there are issues with too many things in this book.First, a five-year-old is not as smart as made out. don't care, never happens.Second, problems in the narrative and repetition - needs a good editThird, logic issues - one that sticks out is Brandon's five years younger than the other kids in his group, but near the end, all of a sudden he is only three years younger. Big flaw!Sorry, other things are causing issues and I really have to finish something, but I [...]

    8. Oh wow. So I finished this book this afternoon and needed some processing time. Mind blown. Twist on a twist, pulling together all the pieces, filling in the back story, plots within plots, intrigue, politics, virtual reality. What a grand tale. really really enjoyed this book - and to be honest I wasnt sure how it was going to fit in with the first two books of the series. I would have to say, now I have finished it - a) do not read this series out of order and b) you must read this book to und [...]

    9. Absolutely excellent it filled in a lot of the gaps but I still have some questions but I don’t want to write any spoilers, I just like to put in my 2 cents and let the author know that his writing is well timed and absolutely spectacular in this venue. Well it’s on to Virtual Prophet for me, until then have a good day. Again, thank you Terry! Rob B

    10. I enjoyed this more than the second in the series. It made the series as a whole more interesting, and Brandon was a much more likeable character after reading this. It did seem a little similar to Enders Game in some ways, but given that is one of my favourite books, this was not an issue for me!

    11. BrilluantAnother can't put down book. Highly recommended but necessary that you read the previous two books before this one otherwise

    12. Signed up for book 3 not book 0. This really killed it for me int he series. I was hyped to see what happens next in the series, but this book is a bit boring for me, and I lose all interest in the characters because starting with a fresh cast just makes it hard for me to follow the story and I find myself not being fully immerse in the book. The only thing I can figure to do is skip this one and move to book 4, but then I find myself in a predicament of losing out of info that could be importan [...]

    13. I just finished this book for the second go around and my review on good reads seems to be missing although it still shows on my kindle app for this book. So I’m copy pasting and reposting it because I still feel the same as I did the first time I read it. :) No spoilers here! I started "The Game is Life" series because I was able to download the first one for free. No other reason - I had never heard of it, but as someone in the technology business, it sounded interesting. I've read the first [...]

    14. Interlude-Brandon is the perfect back story to explain everything that's happened in the first 2 books of The Game of Life series. I loved The Game, and found Digital Heretic to be a necessary filler, but Interlude-Brandon is my favorite in the series so far. I've always found Brandon to be mysterious and wanted to know more about him and Terry Schott delivered something far more powerful and captivating than I could have asked for. It is a cross between Ender's Game and The 100s (the TV show). [...]

    15. Amazing book, Great Series. If you love stories with mind bending complexities, endearing characters, and that run the gamut of emotions than I highly recommend this series.This is the third book of a four book series. Each book builds upon the foundation of the previous ones and so I strongly encourage you to read them in order.If you have read the first two, then it might help to know that this story will not mention Danielle or Trew (Zack). Instead the story jumps back to explain the (full) l [...]

    16. I think Interlude-Brandon by Terry Schott is a good read because it makes you want to ask more questions in your head and want more. This book does this by stating interesting details in the plot at the ends of the chapters. For example, at the end of one of the chapters it states that Brandon's friend's name is going to be changed to Shane. This makes me want to read further because I know that is the name of the person that is messing with Brandon's Virtual Reality System in previous books in [...]

    17. I wasn't sure that I'd enjoy a sort of mid series prequel, but I was so glad I was wrong. I think this is the best book of the series so far.Without giving away spoilers there were a few nice surprises in this book and some great info about Brandon himself and how he got to where he is. I found myself confused at a few points by the events, but it's probably because I've read so many books in between the books in this series that I'd slightly forgotten who everyone was.It's fairly fast paced aga [...]

    18. OMG!! MIND BLOWN!!!! THIS BOOK WAS SO GOOD! Wow. Just wow. I can't move. The book killed my brain. Ok. Ok. This book was so amazing, incredible, (whatever other awesome adjectives). I will admit, after reading the first few chapters, I was scared this book would be horrible. The beginning really does suck. But once you get into the story, WOW. There are so many unexpected plot twists in this story! At first, it's like, what does this have to do with the whole story (other books in the series)??? [...]

    19. Brandon's story is very relevant to the rest of the series. The third book ties up a lot of loose ends so I definitely wouldn't suggest skipping this one. The multiple layers of realities are a bit tiring and I'm not completely sold on the motives of creating Tygon 1.0 as an experiment to save the world. It doesn't seem like that great of a solution in Thorn's reality seeing as they're just waiting around for Brandon and his companions to return as they watch the world deteriorate. So I feel tha [...]

    20. Yep. Read it all in one day because I just hated to put it down. O.M.G. Answered so many questions! I actually had to get out pen and paper (though should have used a pencil) to map it all out. This rarely happens for me but this is a series I can't get enough of. There's a few grammar or editing things I caught (like 5 or so in the whole thing probably) but in the end oh well. Great story. At first it seems like reading puzzle pieces but by the end they all fit in together beautifully and still [...]

    21. YES!!! I read the first two books and enjoyed them, but in the back of my mind I couldn't help thinking "this better not get stupid" book 3 pays EVERYTHING off, well mostly. Seeing who Brandon is, whom this mystery man he calls father is and understanding what he know is a huge key to understanding the world. I am impressed anytime an author can drag me to book three and keep me wild eyed with curiosity, and then to pay off this well LOVE IT! Looking forward to reading the rest of the series, na [...]

    22. This may be my favorite book in the series so far. I didn't even want to read it to begin with. I was hooked on the main story, and didn't care that much about Brandon. I wanted to just skip over to book four. Thankfully, I didn't. Part of what I enjoyed so much was the similarity to Ender's Game, wherein we have a young prodigy kicking ass at games. We also get some of the answers to ongoing questions in the series. It's fantastic. Still some typos, but not as many as in the last bookd it didn' [...]

    23. Well, that was an unsettling read.I'll say this, it's a remarkable feat to tie together the various elements of a main story into a consistent backstory. Not many authors can do it; I've been frustrated on many occasions by writers who just sort of pile a bunch of backstory elements into a heap and shove them around on the page, hoping no one will notice the mess. That is not the case here. Schott has stitched it all together. This is the way the world endsNot with a bang but a whimper. --from * [...]

    24. THIS BOOK HAS JUST BLEW MY MIND!!!!!! I am still tryna process if the last 2 books might actually be happening in real life then after reading this book, I think my mind just exploded! In a good way, of course. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!! Did u guys hear that? Yup that's the sound of my intelligence being blown to pieces by this wonderfully written 3rd book series. All hail to Schott for blowing UP my mind.

    25. Don't skip Book 3 of The Game is Life series just because it's focused on Brandon. He may not have been a favorite character for some in the previous two books, but in Book 3, you find out why he is the way he is. He's very much like Ender in Ender's Game. The real and virtual worlds are explained and expanded so much in Book 3. In fact, they get "Blurred" and then you feel like maybe YOU'RE the one in a simulation.

    26. Easy & entertaining read. This is the 3rd book in Schott's "The Game" series. These books are written with very elementary vocabulary, some embedded 'life lessons' that are a bit too obvious, and some typo/punctuation problems that can be distracting. That said, I think the story is interesting, engaging, and fun. (As evidenced by the fact that I'm about to read book 4.) Quick reads; one could easily finish each book in 4 or 5 hours. Genre: Sci Fi/ Fiction. Recommended!

    27. As I was reading this book I kept thinking it probably would have been better as the final book to the series, as it focuses on Brandon and how the "game' started. But the closer to the end I got the more I realized, nope this could not have been the final book in the series. LOLBy the end I was like "What?" lol Which world is the real one. I do think it give some answers to questions from the first 2 books I had. But Also raises more questions for me LOLOnto book 4 now.

    28. Part Ender's Game, part Inception, this story is a fun ride. I feel like there are plot holes everywhere, I just can't put my mind around it. I can say that the editing still stinks, but it's still a fun story.My brain hurts, and I think I like it. I just hope some the questions raised here are answered going forward.

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