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  • Title: Etherworld
  • Author: Claudia Gabel Cheryl Klam
  • ISBN: 9780062122445
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this sequel to Elusion, three teens fight a virtual reality program that threatens to destroy their minds Dangerous secrets and lies add up to a thrilling futuristic fantasy with an Inception inspired twist.Elusion was hailed as an exciting leap in technology until users began to disappear amid rumors of addiction Regan s search for the truth led her and her new loveIn this sequel to Elusion, three teens fight a virtual reality program that threatens to destroy their minds Dangerous secrets and lies add up to a thrilling futuristic fantasy with an Inception inspired twist.Elusion was hailed as an exciting leap in technology until users began to disappear amid rumors of addiction Regan s search for the truth led her and her new love interest, Josh, to Etherworld Etherworld is a dimension hidden deep beyond Elusion s firewall, where players can hide, and ultimately fight back Regan s father and others are here working to destroy Etherworld, but the longer they stay the less likely they ll be able to return to the real world alive.Escape means attacking Elusion from within the program It s dangerous and it s a puzzle And even if they manage it, how will they be able to stop Orexis from distributing Elusion to the masses when the people who run it are corrupt
    Etherworld In this sequel to Elusion three teens fight a virtual reality program that threatens to destroy their minds Dangerous secrets and lies add up to a thrilling futuristic fantasy with an Inception inspi

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    1. Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Etherworld by Claudia Gabel and Cheryl KlamBook Two of the Elusion seriesPublisher Katherine Tegen BooksPublication Date March 31, 2015Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from In this sequel to Elusion, three teens fight a virtual reality program that threatens to destroy their minds Dangerous secrets and lies add up to a thrilling futuristic fantasy with an Inception inspired twist.Elusion was hailed as an exciting leap in technology un [...]

    2. An Electronic Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss for review Quotes have been pulled from an ARC and may be subject to change.You know how you start a book and it jumps right into the action This is Etherworld The action never stopped and I was constantly on the edge of my seat trying to figure out what was going on Regan isn t searching for her father this time around, she s trying to get out of Elusion and back into the real world Along with that, she s also trying [...]

    3. Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss This was a good end to the story Josh and Regan fought really hard in this book to rescue those they loved, and other people stuck in Elusion, and it was noble the way they never gave up, even when things got hard That being said, it was easy to see why people would think that Regan was suffering from nanopsychosis when she was talking about seeing her dead father The storyline [...]

    4. This review can also be found on Key to Book City, check it out for I often find myself wishing that I could be part of some kind of new project that d totally change the world and its history Make a new discovery or whatsoever A girl can only dream, right Reading Etherworld, the sequel to the magnificent Elusion that captivated me so much when I first read it made me feel that I was part of this new project and discovery Gabel and Klam s inner vision of what the human race may turn into, by lo [...]

    5. An absolutely brilliant sequel that was even better than the first, Etherworld was simply fantastic YA read It had secrets, thrills, betrayals, and it was all wonderful.Regan was just lovely She was an even stronger character in this book, determined to expose the truth and save the people who were being harmed by Elusion She proved herself clever and definitely a force to be reckoned with She was great and I really liked her.Josh was wonderful as well Just as determined to end Elusion and be t [...]

    6. I received this book for free from Katherine Tegen Books via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Thank you This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review Genre Young Adult, Science Fiction Rating 3 3.5 My Thoughts Etherworld closes out the Elusion duology by picking up right where Elusion left off As I have just written my review for Elusion and posted it to Talk Supe Blog 04 16 , I shall try not to spoil what happened in the previous novel Story narrator Regan We [...]

    7. Shady dealings were definitely going on among corporate bigwigs at Orexis to promote their breakthrough virtual reality system known as Elusion, but Regan Welch couldn t prove it until she burrowed deep inside the simulation and came face to face with her father, David, thought for months to be dead In Etherworld, a sub program of Elusion designed by David for him to hide in from his corrupt bosses at Orexis, Regan learns the truth about Cathryn, the person in charge at the company David confron [...]

    8. Full Review at What s Beyond Forks Like I said with the first book, I can really see something like this happening, and I think that s one of the reasons this book was so hard to put down There are some surprising changes in Elusion to make things interesting This is a tricky world to live in, and that s even before you add Elusion itself This story was well told, and all things were wrapped up nicely I enjoyed how it was all concluded.

    9. This is book 2 and the concluding book in this duology I loved book one, Elusion, and couldn t wait for Etherworld to come out It doesn t disappoint either because, dare I say it, it was even better than book 1 There was a little less romance but a lot action When we left book 1, Regan was trapped in Etherworld with Josh, her dad and a host of other teens This sees Regan trying to escape the Etherworld and find and save her dad though will anyone believe her is she does get free Just how is she [...]

    10. Uh ok I have such mixed feelings about this I started it immediately after Elusion but this felt different And I don t mean that in a good way I m working on my full review but this felt weaker than the first book and that was on shaky ground to begin withTC.Full review can be found here agingerlyreview.wordpressI have yet to figure out why I torture myself the way I do I somewhat tolerated the first book but the second book, Etherworld, felt like I was being slowly bored to death.What a horribl [...]

    11. Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales darkfaerietales Quick Dirty This sequel was a lot of fun and fans of book one will enjoy it immensely.Opening Sentence Local police are working on a solid lead in the case of three teens missing since mid March Claire Wilberstein, 19, a freshman at UCLA Piper Lewis, 15, of Willshire and Wyatt Krissoff, 17, of Inglewood.The Review Warning Elusion spoilers The program that her father created, Elusion, was supposed to create a beautiful escape to a world of natu [...]

    12. Actual Rating 4.5 5 an ARC of this book was given to me by the authors and an e ARC via Edelweiss in exchange for a fair and honest review Etherworld by Claudia Gabel and Cheryl Klam was one of the books that took me the longest to read, in a sense I originally started reading it in March and finished about a quarter of it before I slipped into a hiatus During the hiatus I didn t touch it at all and finished it in May when my hiatus ended Despite the gap between starting and finishing it I still [...]

    13. I heard about the first book in the series, Elusion, a few weeks before it hit the shelves in 2014 The cover was beautiful, the story enticing, and Reagan s men were swoon worthy When I received an ARC of Etherworld, the much anticipated sequel to Elusion, I could not have been ecstatic The story picked off directly where the end of the first book left off a huge cliffhanger, for those who haven t read the first one and Reagan and Josh were fighting their way back to save themselves and the res [...]

    14. Review 4 out of 5 starsEtherworld is the final book in the Elusion series and begins where the first book left off I won t go into too much of what happens in this book to avoid spoilers but it was just as amazing, if not better than the first book.Regan and Josh are now in Ether, a bleak world within Elusion, the new virtual reality piece of technology that was created by Regan s father Ether is an area within the program that is hidden beyond the firewall, it is where her dad and others have b [...]

    15. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.I went into Etherworld feeling a little nervous Sci fi isn t my thing yet I keep trying it out and I didn t remember Elusion very well Nevertheless, I was excited for it I ended up liking this better than the first book in the duology Even though some of the technology talk went over my head, I still got really into this book It was interesting There was going on with Elusion danger involved, which made it exciting We got to know [...]

    16. This is the second book in the Elusion series Etherworld was just as good, if not better than the first Which is rare that the sequel will surpass the original, but it does The character development is to die for It introduces some new characters, but keeps some of the same and shows you different, and even lovable sides to them The world building in here is so detailed that you can picture it perfectly I like it how you discover things right along with the character, and your emotions are the [...]

    17. Even though I did not enjoy this book as much as the first, I believe that it was a wonderful conclusion to Reagan s adventure I liked that her story only spans two books, and by the end of the novel it felt like her tragedy was finally ending so that a happy ending, which leaves readers without any questions, could begin.To read the rest of the review, simply follow the link aleisuremoment 2015 03

    18. Oh, man, such a great book Really enjoyed seeing the characters get out of the situation they landed in at the end of the last book, and yeah, I m pretty sure that it s a duology series

    19. So apparently, this is my second time reading this book And while I enjoyed it the second time around, I don t think I enjoyed it as much as I did the first time reading it Don t get me wrong, the characters were just as amazing as I remembered, as was the plot I think it was just the fact that details came back to me as I read, so the feeling of not knowing what happens next was decreased It is still an amazing book, though.

    20. Science fiction by women, with women at the core, is going to be the death of me It s amazing to think I used to absolutely abhor science fiction in general After my first experiences with A Wrinkle in Time, The City of Ember, The Giver, and Among the Hidden, I thought all science fiction was dystopian and not that well written don t bash me, just my opinion, if you like them then that s up to you I read Fahrenheit 451 in seventh grade for class, and that changed my idea of science fiction quite [...]

    21. Once I read a book, I feel like I have to finish the book at some point in time, no matter how bored I am with the story If I do put a novel down, I always have the intention of picking it back up and finishing it at some point And this also applies to series when I finish the first book in a series, I have to finish the rest of the books To get the sense of completion To get the sense of the weight being lifted off of me And this is why I decided to pick up Etherworld not because I had to know [...]

    22. How I Came To Read This Book I got the first book as a free digital galley last year and found it refreshingly interesting and different I took out the second book from the library.The Plot This book literally picks up moments after the first one ends, with Regan and Josh trapped in Etherworld, a safe haven in Elusion, along with Regan s father, Josh s sister, a half dozen other Elusion enthusiasts that went behind the walls of the hypnotic program Her father rolls out a plan launch virtual bomb [...]

    23. This review and can be found on my blog, The Library Canary I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review This has in no way changed my opinion of the book The review below is my open and honest opinion I should have reread Elusion before I read this one But I didn t have it and it wasn t one of those books that stood out to me enough to want to reread so I just read some reviews couldn t find a recap or spoilery one in the hopes that that would spark m [...]

    24. Ether World is the sequel finale to Elusion It s still from Reagan s POV and centers around a plot to destroy Elusion and save people who have been trapped there Reagan has found her dad trapped in Elusion, also and he and a group of young people are in a place called the Ether World The Ether World is a less developed part to Elusion that has low stimulus Elusion itself is about excitement and having great experiences It uses a drug called trypnosis to but the user into a hypnotized state so th [...]

    25. Got about half way through this book and lost interest Although I did enjoy the first one May go back and finish.

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