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Would you be willing to chance dying to come out of a coma? Would you do the same if it was your son’s life? Mary and Senator Tad Williams pushed their son Justin to go on a date that went horribly wrong. Now, they try to figure out a way to help their son out of a coma. At almost $5,000 a day for ICU expenses, their insurance options are running out. Amber, Nick, and Jacob Would you be willing to chance dying to come out of a coma? Would you do the same if it was your son’s life? Mary and Senator Tad Williams pushed their son Justin to go on a date that went horribly wrong. Now, they try to figure out a way to help their son out of a coma. At almost $5,000 a day for ICU expenses, their insurance options are running out. Amber, Nick, and Jacob built a new immersive game system for the future. The only problem is, at $800 a day, no one can afford it. Dr. Dubois wrote a paper about how you might help a person out of a coma, but it was crushed under the might of the medical lobbyists on Capitol Hill. Now, the three groups need each other to save a life, fight the establishment, and help a young man in need. The only challenge is, Justin can die in real life if he dies in the game. Will he wake up from his coma? Will lobbyists crush the principled senator who needs to talk to his son one more time? And can Justin possibly survive inside a fantasy world built in his own mind, where pain is real? It isn’t just the future of humanity at stake, it’s Justin’s life, too.


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Would you be willing to chance dying to come out of a coma? Would you do the same if it was your son’s life? Mary and Senator Tad Williams pushed their son Justin to go on a date that went horribly wrong. Now, they try to figure out a way to help their son out of a coma. At almost $5,000 a day for ICU expenses, their insurance options are running out. Amber, Nick, and Jacob Would you be willing to chance dying to come out of a coma? Would you do the same if it was your son’s life? Mary and Senator Tad Williams pushed their son Justin to go on a date that went horribly wrong. Now, they try to figure out a way to help their son out of a coma. At almost $5,000 a day for ICU expenses, their insurance options are running out. Amber, Nick, and Jacob built a new immersive game system for the future. The only problem is, at $800 a day, no one can afford it. Dr. Dubois wrote a paper about how you might help a person out of a coma, but it was crushed under the might of the medical lobbyists on Capitol Hill. Now, the three groups need each other to save a life, fight the establishment, and help a young man in need. The only challenge is, Justin can die in real life if he dies in the game. Will he wake up from his coma? Will lobbyists crush the principled senator who needs to talk to his son one more time? And can Justin possibly survive inside a fantasy world built in his own mind, where pain is real? It isn’t just the future of humanity at stake, it’s Justin’s life, too.

30 review for Too Young to Die

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bob C.

    What would you do if you were dying and you woke up inside a video game?! Video gaming addict Justin is in a horrible car wreck and goes into a coma. But, his parents can't afford the cost of long term medical care to keep him alive long enough to come out of his coma. even though his Dad, Tad, is a newly elected Senator. A medical industry lobbyist becomes aware of this situation and offers to pay for all ofJustin's medical costs, in exchange for the Senator's promise to vote to approve a new b What would you do if you were dying and you woke up inside a video game?! Video gaming addict Justin is in a horrible car wreck and goes into a coma. But, his parents can't afford the cost of long term medical care to keep him alive long enough to come out of his coma. even though his Dad, Tad, is a newly elected Senator. A medical industry lobbyist becomes aware of this situation and offers to pay for all ofJustin's medical costs, in exchange for the Senator's promise to vote to approve a new bill which would enormously increase the expense of long term medical care and significantly increase the medical industries profits by millions of dollars. Tad promised himself to never compromise his principals and to never let himself be "bought." But just when all seems lost, a new reasonably priced high tech medical solution to his son's medical problems comes to his attention. Does Tad "sell his soul" to the medical industries lobbyist to save his son's life or does he gamble on the new affordable high tech startup? What would you do if your child's life hung in the balance?

  2. 4 out of 5

    H.M.

    It was good, but... The action scenes seem a little incomplete. For example, the main character suddenly comes upon a bandit. He draws his sword, and either him or the bandit says something. In the next instant, the bandit’s head has flown off his shoulders. How? I’m assuming the main character swung his sword, but it never says. Instances like that are all throughout the book, and it was annoying. I like how there are real stakes for the main character. If he dies, there’s a real danger he will It was good, but... The action scenes seem a little incomplete. For example, the main character suddenly comes upon a bandit. He draws his sword, and either him or the bandit says something. In the next instant, the bandit’s head has flown off his shoulders. How? I’m assuming the main character swung his sword, but it never says. Instances like that are all throughout the book, and it was annoying. I like how there are real stakes for the main character. If he dies, there’s a real danger he will die for real. 66% of the way through it runs through information we already know. Almost like it’s a new book that is starting. I enjoyed the politics in the story, although the story did drag after the 66% mark. I really enjoyed the end, though.

  3. 4 out of 5

    C.j. Dixon

    I have been reading books written by Michael Anderle since the advent of his first series. Since then whenever I want to start a new book from within my Kindle Unlimited Account his name is used as the primary search word. While there have been a few dogs most of his books have thrilled, warmed and generally made me feel like my Kindle Account was the best investment I could have made. I won't say too much about this book as I don't want to ruin the story. I will say this was his best book I hav I have been reading books written by Michael Anderle since the advent of his first series. Since then whenever I want to start a new book from within my Kindle Unlimited Account his name is used as the primary search word. While there have been a few dogs most of his books have thrilled, warmed and generally made me feel like my Kindle Account was the best investment I could have made. I won't say too much about this book as I don't want to ruin the story. I will say this was his best book I have read. Fast paced action with snippets of tech that blew me away. His ability to humanize the heroes and the protagonists amazes me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Zerdath

    What a great book. So often when I read one of these types of books, I find it lacking in one way or another. Rushed premise, plot holes, obvious political straw men from the author, etc. But this one, this one is great. Plot holes are minor (it's commented that Justin fades in and out and the game pauses around him, but that never happens with a second player near him) spelling and formatting mistakes are few, the premise feels grounded and well thought out, and the political side is expertly cr What a great book. So often when I read one of these types of books, I find it lacking in one way or another. Rushed premise, plot holes, obvious political straw men from the author, etc. But this one, this one is great. Plot holes are minor (it's commented that Justin fades in and out and the game pauses around him, but that never happens with a second player near him) spelling and formatting mistakes are few, the premise feels grounded and well thought out, and the political side is expertly crafted to not name sides, just opposition. Bravo. I will definitely be picking up the next in the series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    larry Mac

    Michael Anderle NEVER DISAPOINTS Thank you Michael, From you oldest fan. I binge read these books like others watch Netflix. As a matter of fact I'm having trouble keeping up, there are so many. But I'm determined. Michael and his team are so prolific it's hard to keep up. Now folks I'm going to give you a hint. JOIN AMAZON'S KINDLE UNLIMITED. You can get books from Michael and friends 10 AT A TIME, the low price is well worth it. And since I mentioned Netflix, Someone is going to buy the rights t Michael Anderle NEVER DISAPOINTS Thank you Michael, From you oldest fan. I binge read these books like others watch Netflix. As a matter of fact I'm having trouble keeping up, there are so many. But I'm determined. Michael and his team are so prolific it's hard to keep up. Now folks I'm going to give you a hint. JOIN AMAZON'S KINDLE UNLIMITED. You can get books from Michael and friends 10 AT A TIME, the low price is well worth it. And since I mentioned Netflix, Someone is going to buy the rights to these works, if you don't step up it might be HBO.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Janet Sutherland

    ABSOLUTELY EXCELLENT! Love loved the book, can't wait for the next one and it is so right on about what is going on in this world. Read it (especially the afterword), learn from it and then go out and try to make things right. If each one of us does one small thing to help, well there's no telling what kind of power can create. ABSOLUTELY EXCELLENT! Love loved the book, can't wait for the next one and it is so right on about what is going on in this world. Read it (especially the afterword), learn from it and then go out and try to make things right. If each one of us does one small thing to help, well there's no telling what kind of power can create.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Cool way to heal I really like the concept of this book. I think it would be great to be able to heal while being immersed in a video game. Justin learns how to fight, do magic and meet new friends and make some enemies. The characters and story line were very good and I am looking forward to more books in this world.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Roberto Flores

    Got a quarter off the way through and just had enough. The main character is a sexist idiot gamer type. A pro that does stupid things for no real reason, just because he can. I have no sympathy for him or his family. Also the big bad pharmaceutical company versus the self righteous senator, yeah that was so cliche it hurt.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Rogers

    A worthy read. I have been a gamer since the days of Pong, and the beginning of D&D.If you even remember these things then you have an idea of how old I must be. While I greatly appreciate the litrpg form of writing, I must say that this book is the first that I have read that feels like a realistic story. I highly recommend it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Steve Sargent

    Fantastic game and a better story MA has done it again. Not surprising for those who have followed his work, he has merged gaming with social reform. Reminiscent of the stories by Robert Heinlein, he grabs your attention and speaks to your heart. A great read is such a understatement, but the best I have to give. I will look forward to seeing the next book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Gisela

    Completely awesome! I forgotten how much I enjoy this author! It was a wonderful engaging read. I love the moral dilemmas of this book and I am completely looking forward to diving into the second book in the series. I don’t want to spoil it but it is a mix of real life and gaming. I love it! It’s a lot of fun!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen B.

    Another Awesome New Series This is another awesome, thought provoking series by Michael Anderle! I love all of his stories. This series is an well blended mix of reality & fantasy. As always the people in the story are complex & Interesting & Micheals writing makes them feel very real. I am so looking forward to more of this series!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Octavia

    Who am I and what are my core values? The story of a young man who learned to turn within himself. Two strong willed parents who want the best for their child. Neither child nor parents really understand the other. However, they really aren't that far apart. How will they learn to appreciate and truly see each other? Who am I and what are my core values? The story of a young man who learned to turn within himself. Two strong willed parents who want the best for their child. Neither child nor parents really understand the other. However, they really aren't that far apart. How will they learn to appreciate and truly see each other?

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lgd

    Great story! I didn't know what to expect. I've honestly fallen off this authors world after being a male fan of other series. But this story was very well done. I highly recommend it. Great story! I didn't know what to expect. I've honestly fallen off this authors world after being a male fan of other series. But this story was very well done. I highly recommend it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dick SantaCruz

    Another Anderle Hit An incredible story weaving a medical drama surrounding a boy in a coma, the political upheaval between a new senator and big pharma and an awakening AI. A great read even if you are not a gamer.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rita Whinfield

    Michael Anderle is a genius! Could not put this down. It’s much longer than normal and every page is interesting. The story is very ‘current’. The characters are well written and believable. I can’t wait for the next one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mapscat

    Great story! This is a great story that has fun fiction surrounding a terrible reality. I don’t do spoilers but the medical and governmental travesty this book includes are very real except the happy ending in the book rarely if ever comes true.

  18. 4 out of 5

    joseph w clouser

    Amazing An amazing and eye opening read as well as a great story. The characters are completely believable and the story line has its basis in facts. I read this straight thru. 6 stars .

  19. 4 out of 5

    forest watham

    Great! Couldn't put it down. Read all night! Another fantastic roller coaster ride by this author. Fun for those who like RPG, VR, magic, sword and sorcery, and main characters who are not TDTL*. Not for fans of hard sci-fi or paranormal/vampire stories. * Too Dumb To Live Great! Couldn't put it down. Read all night! Another fantastic roller coaster ride by this author. Fun for those who like RPG, VR, magic, sword and sorcery, and main characters who are not TDTL*. Not for fans of hard sci-fi or paranormal/vampire stories. * Too Dumb To Live

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ryan DTG

    Good read I don’t write many reviews not because I don’t enjoy the book but for me the rating speaks for itself. This story kept me reading and in the end had me smiling.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ann Zdunczyk

    Intense First Book Loved it. So much going on! You never know what will happen next! All ready preordered the next one. Can’t wait to start it!

  22. 5 out of 5

    John Watson

    Excellent story for game fans. I will read the next one. Good characters, well written. The medical part was a little off, but did not detract from the story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    debra bolson

  24. 4 out of 5

    Gary

  25. 4 out of 5

    Benji

  26. 5 out of 5

    Espen Gjerp

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia Rangel

  28. 4 out of 5

    David

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jim Waldron

  30. 4 out of 5

    Peter Hewitt

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