This was a different book for me. I thought I might like it because it's written by the same author who wrote The Maze Runner series, and that was a pretty awesome story, so I thought I'd give this a try. Basically, in this book, virtual reality is something anyone can participate in at any time. Instead of playing your playstation and using chatting during the game, you actually go into the game as a virtual player. Someone figured out how to keep people in the game enough to kill them, and the government asks three teenagers who are very talented at their virtual gaming, to investigate and find out who the guy is.
This was not really my kind of book. To be honest, I only read half of it, which is rare for me. It didn't capture my attention as I had hoped.
I'm an avid reader. One thing I've learned in my many years on this Earth is that no matter what is happening in your life, you can always benefit from temporarily escaping life in order to become absorbed in a make believe story.