The Moon Maze Game
by Larry Niven and Steven Barnes
Tor, $25.99; 364pp
Release Date: August 16, 2011
The great game is taking place again only this time it’s on the moon.
Scotty Griffin, son of Alex Griffin and a great security officer in his own right, was invited to be a companion to an incognito prince in the game. Terrorists from Prince Ali Kikaya’s homeland are attempting to kidnap him to force changes in Kikaya.
Wayne and Angelique are going against Xavier, the gamemaster who has reason to want both of them killed out of the game. And they are prepared to fight to the finish. Others are eager to prove themselves in front of billions of viewers in the first lunar game.
In a battle between gamers and terrorists you know who will win, but knowing what will happen and seeing how it will occur are two very different things. The stage is set, the players ready, and the terrorists will never know what hit them. Very Highly Recommended. ~~ Bob LaPierre
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