The Immortality Game

The Immortality Game Review

Moscow, 2138. With the world only beginning to recover from the complete societal collapse of the late 21st Century, Zoya scrapes by prepping corpses for funerals and dreams of saving enough money to have a child. When her brother forces her to bring him a mysterious package, she witnesses his murder and finds herself on the run from ruthless mobsters. Frantically trying to stay alive and save her loved ones, Zoya opens the package and discovers two unusual data cards, one that allows her to fight back against the mafia and another which may hold the key to everlasting life.

Title:The Immortality Game
Edition Language:English

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  • Dianne

    The Immortality Game, admit it, we would all like to win that one, but at what cost? Ted Cross takes on a trip into the future to Moscow, the year is 2138 and the world has barely survived a complete ...

  • Ivan Amberlake

    Ted Cross’s The Immortality Game tells about a girl named Zoya who gets a mysterious package from her brother not long before she finds him dead, and who then has to flee for her life from the mobst...

  • edifanob

    A slow start but then the tension rise.Here is my full reviewOn 8th of January I read following post over at Pat's Fantasy Hotlist:Calling on all self-published/indie speculative fiction writers: Fina...

  • Regina Foo

    Actual rating: 4.5 starsIt's year 2138 in Moscow. Zoya is working with a corpse when her brother, Georgy suddenly appears at the morgue. He thrusts a package to her and asks her help to deliver the pa...

  • Michael Offutt

    The first line begins, "Zoya hummed along to a pre-dark times rock tune as she sketched a final line of purple lipstick onto the grossly fat man on the stainless steel slab." It pretty much sets the t...

  • Donna Hole

    I’m not normally a quick reader, but I was drawn into the world of The Immortality Game from the opening chapter through the ending. The futuristic setting was immediately and expertly introduced, a...

  • Christopher Gerrib

    I was attracted to this book by two things. First, Ted Cross, the author, has spent serious time in Moscow, where the story is set, and currently resides in lovely Baku, Azerbaijan. Second, just look ...

  • Hart Johnson

    It is gratifying to me, and it comes along so rarely, that a story has the trifecta of important pieces, all developed well: character, setting and plot. Zoya and Marcus are 'everyman' in different w...

  • Scott Toney

    Brilliant, intelligent, fast-paced sci-fi fun! I picked up The Immortality Game and could not put it down. Usually I read several books at a time, but nothing made its way into my reading time other t...

  • Matthew

    Very good premise, very well developed world, extremely well-developed, rounded characters. All of it just tacked on to a good, but not special plot.The plot of this book is a chase story, our wonderf...