The Starfighter Invitation

The Starfighter Invitation Review

The only thing bigger than the world's first full virtual reality game is the mystery surrounding its origins. Who is behind Ryzonart Games? How was such a huge advance in technology achieved?

Taia de Haas loves having her own virtual spaceship, and wants nothing more than to visit every planet in the solar system. But she cannot ignore the question of whether such a magnificent gift comes with strings attached. Is the game a trick, a trap, a subtle invasion? Or an opportunity to step up and fight for her own planet?

Caught in a tangle of riddles and lies, Taia can't resist trying to win answers from Ryzonart's mysterious administrators. But will finding the truth cost her the Singularity Game?

Title:The Starfighter Invitation
Edition Language:English

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  • Becky

    I picked this up yesterday and just finished it. I'm a big fan of this author. Coming from someone who wouldn't know a video game if it hit her in the head I think I followed along well enough. Host's...

  • Laura (Kyahgirl)

    I really like the latter 2/3 of this book but the first part was painfully difficult to get into. I have noticed this more than once with this author but generally there is a pretty good reward for st...

  • Anne Duncan

    I loved this book. What I really love to read about in a book is interesting characters coming to care about each other, and this book delivered! I've read a lot of "the video game is real" media and ...

  • Jennifer

    What a ride!From the first page to the last I was fascinated by the complexity of this world within a world. I am totally looking forward to finding out if this will be a series and the next pieces of...

  • Lexie

    Oh you clever, clever writer.I stand by my comment that the first half feels like a game tutorial - which depending on how you interact with reading or games could be frustrating and/or immersive. Som...

  • Gretar

    Inventive, well-paced, and great characterization. The premise is a new virtual reality MMO involving AI. Unlike other recent books in this vein, though, the main characters are adults who are suspici...

  • Evenstar Deane

    I wasn’t sure if I would like this book because I’m not really into video games, I’ve only played a few over the years and no MMOs. That didn’t matter at all. This book is more a travelogue, d...

  • Fides Mabanta

    :oProfound as usual. I feel kind of bereft, waiting in the unknown and hoping for more Taia (& Dio) in the next book... 🤞🏽🤞🏽🤞🏽🤞🏽...

  • Soede

    I absolutely adore this book (though it's still Snug Ship in my head). If you like MMOs, Snowcrash, Ready Player One, Buffy, geekdom, or idk People!! You'll probably love this book. I have strong fait...

  • Meredith

    SF/F at its bestSome authors make you actually think while you read - you don’t merely ingest a plot and storyline (you DO do that, and what a storyline and plot it is!), you also have extended exis...