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The Death of Jonas Wakefield (King Wakefield Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Tyler Rudd Hall
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Reagan King and Jonas Wakefield set out to find a missing woman who is disconnected from reality and living solely in a virtual world. What they find shocks them and forces them to consider what it means to be alive. For Jonas Wakefield it may end up costing him everything.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3371 KB
  • Print Length: 42 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E4CSLKQ
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great mystery about the risks of virtual reality 25 May 2014
By humanitysdarkerside VINE VOICE
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When I first saw that Jonas Wakefield was an Imp detective I fell for the abbreviation and thought he was either an Imp or he investigated Imp crimes. He does investigate Imp crimes, but Imp is an abbreviation for implants (the sort that allow you to live your life more or less in virtual reality). Jonas Wakefield is more of a maximalist when it comes to being fitted with the best he can afford in implant technology. His like of staying in virtual reality has made him enough of an expert that people come to him and his semi-partner Reagan King when they need something looked into "over there".

Reagan King's profession is funny considering the tendencies of her partner. She happens to be an Imp counselor, meaning that she counsels people who struggle with virtual reality addiction. Each partner depends on the other when their own expertise regarding virtual reality comes to short.

In the story "The Death of Jonas Wakefield" a husband suspects foul play when his wife disappears in virtual reality. He seeks out Reagan who then calls in Jonas to assist her in this matter. Foul play indeed. As the title suggests Jonas dies and is taken to an appropriate facility afterwards. I enjoyed this strange facility. Fascinating place for a corpse to go to. Not your usual kind of mortuary.

A fun mystery staying true to the genre while including futuristic elements.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun mystery about the risks of virtual reality 25 May 2014
By humanitysdarkerside - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
When I first saw that Jonas Wakefield was an Imp detective I fell for the abbreviation and thought he was either an Imp or he investigated Imp crimes. He does investigate Imp crimes, but Imp is an abbreviation for implants (the sort that allow you to live your life more or less in virtual reality). Jonas Wakefield is more of a maximalist when it comes to being fitted with the best he can afford in implant technology. His like of staying in virtual reality has made him enough of an expert that people come to him and his semi-partner Reagan King when they need something looked into "over there".

Reagan King's profession is funny considering the tendencies of her partner. She happens to be an Imp counselor, meaning that she counsels people who struggle with virtual reality addiction. Each partner depends on the other when their own expertise regarding virtual reality comes to short.

In the story "The Death of Jonas Wakefield" a husband suspects foul play when his wife disappears in virtual reality. He seeks out Reagan who then calls in Jonas to assist her in this matter. Foul play indeed. As the title suggests Jonas dies and is taken to an appropriate facility afterwards. I enjoyed this strange facility. Fascinating place for a corpse to go to. Not your usual kind of mortuary.

A fun mystery staying true to the genre while including futuristic elements.

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