I never got my letter to Hogwarts, and I never found a wardrobe to Narnia. So when my best friend convinced me to try a new virtual reality fantasy game—promising me magical adventures my childhood self would have given anything for—I couldn’t say no.
I expected something fun, but fleeting. A temporary escape from the daily grind.
I didn’t expect the game to feel more real than real life.
I didn’t expect to meet four sexy brothers with secrets in–and out of–the game.
And I definitely didn’t expect to get trapped in this virtual reality with my very life on the line.
Endless Magic Online has been taken over by a virus, one bent on killing players.
Only a witch can stop it.
The problem? I’m level 1. A total noob. And I’m the Last Witch left in the game.
If this entire world is hoping I’ll save it… I have a lot of work to do.
Time to level up.
This is my first time reading a Karpov Kinrade book by The Witch’s Game really intrigued me and I thought it was a book that I would really enjoy.
And enjoy it I did.
The world was a really interesting one as it is mainly a virtual one which is not to far different for some people at the moment. I loved the characters and the way they moved through this virtual world.
As this the basis is a video game levelling up was key and I loved how Sara did so. The relationships that she gains and builds upon along the way was great. Especially the one with Garret.
The way The Witch’s Game ended was great and I can’t wait to see what happens next!
Will definitely be rereading this book and reading more from Karpov Kinrade.