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A visionary science fiction classic from Larry Niven and Steven Barnes.

The Barsoom Project is the direct sequel to 1981's Dream Park. Eviane's first visit to the state-of-art amusement arena Dream Park ended in disaster: the special effects had seemed more real than life ...until the holograms she was shooting with live ammunition turned out to be solid flesh and blood ...and very, very dead.

Haunted by the past, rebounding from a lengthy spell in a mental hospital, she has returned to Dream Park to exorcise a nightmare that has become reality. But in Dream Park, nothing is what it seems. The Inuit mythology controlling the images is part of a "Fat Ripper Special" designed to implant new behavioral memes. The players are struggling against the game master, one another, and their own demons. And there is a killer who wants to ensure Eviane never regains her memory...no matter what it costs.

Blending together hard science fiction with virtual reality and RPG-like fantasy games, The Barsoom Project is science fiction at the cutting edge and a classic creation from two of the genre's most beloved writers.

©1989 Larry Niven and Steven Barnes (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Generale
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  • Ian Goodwin
  • 13/01/2021

so so

fun ideas and an amazing world to visit. I was not as into the store as the first because I found the game world and play a bit dull. just my personal opinion.

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  • Joshua Freedman
  • 24/12/2020

Time traveling

It’s remarkable to go back in time to 1989 and forward to 2050 at the same time. I enjoyed the book even more than Dream Park and the fact that, over 30 years after publication, it still feels futuristic says a lot about the authors’ vision.

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  • Walter W. Chu
  • 22/06/2020

Still

As I have said before and will continue to say....
Larry Niven is a genius and I have enjoyed his books for decades. This is no exception.