The California Voodoo Game

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Ballantine Books, 1992 - Fiction - 343 pages
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the ultimate in amusement parks, was about to embark on the greatest Game ever: the California Voodoo Game. Across the world bets were being placed; fortunes and reputations hung in the balance. Gaming careers would be made--or destroyed. And the most advanced software package ever invented was going to be tested.
But one of the players was a murderer--and worse. Only Alex Griffin, head of Dream Park Security, and Game Master Tony McWhirter guessed the extent of the treachery tainting the Game. Somehow, they had to catch the killer--but above all, the Game must go on....

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Review: California Voodoo Game (Dream Park #3)

User Review  - Dryad86 - Goodreads

The premise: A massive Live action role playing game (equivalant of the Superbowl) is taking place with more on the line than experience points. Other comments: I cannot impartially judge any aspect of this book, because I am completely charmed by the entire Dream Park premise. Read full review

Review: California Voodoo Game (Dream Park #3)

User Review  - Rachel Florek - Goodreads

I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I was just reading it at lunchtime at work, but as I got closer to the end it had to turn into my main book, because I needed to find out! Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1992)

Larry Niven received his B.A. in mathematics in 1962. His first novel, World of Ptavvs (1966), was a success and launched his career. Niven has won five Hugos and one Nebula award, testimony that his colleagues in the science fiction world respect his work. Perhaps Niven's most well-known creation is Ringworld, a distant planet that may be taken as a metaphor for Earth, as it was once great but has since fallen into decay.

Larry Niven is the multiple Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author of the Ringworld series, along with many other science fiction masterpieces. His" Beowulf's Children," co-authored with Jerry Pournelle and Steven Barnes was a" New York Times" bestseller. He lives in Chatsworth, California. Steven Barnes is the author of several science fiction classics. He lives in Longview, Washington.

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