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    Grat book

    A few years ago, I read Marie Lu’s Legend serier and hated it. I hated everything about it, the writing, the story, the execution. I did force myself to finish the trilogy, but when I was finished I just had this feeling of wishing I’d done something better with that time. So, when her second trilogy came out, I didn’t read it. I don’t like Marie Lu’s writing, I told myself. So, when I heard that a new book was coming out, I didn’t pay much attention. Then, that odd colorful cover got me interested. It was ugly, sort of 80s-style, but still great and still spiked my interest. I read the blurb, I liked the premise. As a gamer and geek myself, I felt drawn to the story. So, when I got the chance though NetGalley to read an ARC if Warcross, I leaped at the chance. But life happened, and it took me a while to get to it. But when I started, I couldn’t stop. And I loved the book. Marie Lu has created a character that you instantly connect to, you care about her and want her to do well. She’s well developed and I really like the fact that Emika knows who she is from the beginning. This is not a story of a weak girl finding herself though silly juvenile mistakes. This is a story of a strong girl who knows who she is and what she can do. The worldbuilding in this story is also great, and I felt like I was in Tokyo as I was reading. The way she had developed the virtual world was believable, and I felt like Marie Lu knows what she’s writing about here. I can’t find much that is wrong with this story and I really want to read the next part of this series. There are a few mistakes, and a few plot holes in the version I read, but since I read and ARC of Warcross, I’m not going to let that take away from my rating. So, all I can say is: Read this book! A clear five stars from me on this one.
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    Needs a sequel.

    This was better than I had anticipated but man, that ending. I'm left wanting more.
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    A great story for gamers

    As a gamer and lover of diverse, rich stories, and sci-fi/fantasy, Warcross met all of my needs. I wasn't disappointed with Warcross. A colorful, punk bright exterior of a story with a strong, clever core complete with romance, a killer plot, and awesome ending.

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