The Reality Plague - Doug Welch

The Reality Plague

By Doug Welch

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-04-20
  • Book Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Author: Doug Welch
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 36 Ratings)

The Reality Plague Doug Welch read online review & book description:

Civilization poises on the edge, as the human species races toward the cliff of self-extinction. The threat of a virulent plague causes people to hide in virtual realities to try to pretend some semblance of normalcy. But the truth is they’re trying to deny the doom awaiting them in the future.
But what is the dividing line between reality and virtuality? Is everyone living in a dream?
Can two lonely people like Jake Harrison and a mysterious woman named Liv be the keys that can halt the slide? The outcome of their struggle promises an end to their loneliness and might mean the salvation of the human race.
With the aid of a quirky, self aware computer and some friends they just might be able to pull it off and end the Reality Plague forever.
That is, if they’re not killed in the effort.

This edition of The Reality Plague, with new material, a new cover and doubled in content, envisions the book I sat out to write from the beginning. – Doug Welch

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    By CaliAshy
    I low the idea of this story. It portrays exactly what I could see for the future of our world. Too much do we look for an alternate reality to our too often mundane lives. Combine that with an end of times like world and you have the perfect opportunity for corruption and dependence; whether it be drugs, an alternate reality; or some other kind of diversion. Overall this a worthwhile read.

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