The Game Too Dangerous To Stop Playing!
If you enjoy suspense, thrilling action and high stakes drama, then you will enjoy reading "Status The Game!" Author Vincent Robert Annunziato seamlessly guides readers through a landscape where virtual reality trumps real life and popularity is the only thing worth living for.
Everyone is suspect in this thrilling adventure of social battles that pits brains versus brawn and haves versus have nots. Find out who wins! Oh and by the way, obtaining enough status might just make you the next big star of the internet. With fame and fortune just a rumor away, who wouldn't want to play... "Status?"
Stay Strong! Stay Loyal!
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Vincent Robert Annunziato is a native Long Islander who currently resides with his wife and family in Virginia. He graduated Sachem High School and received a B.S. Degree from Hofstra University in Television Science. Vincent spent several years in Hollywood working for various production companies. He eventually wound up landing a job with the government, marrying a wonderful woman and raising three beautiful children. After thinking the dream of becoming a writer had passed him by, Vincent wrote his first novel on an Amazon Kindle HD tablet while commuting to work 2 hours each way.
I used a slow opening and it isn't until the end of chapter 2 that things take off. I imagined a sling shot. So, right now we are pulling back. May not be a smart marketing move, but those who stick it out see why. This chapter is setting up some real issues for Bob. One, nobody likes him. Teachers are upset that a mere neophyte took over the job. I am also setting up that there are two types of games played in this book. Obviously, the virtual game called Status and football. High school elites are introduced heer and I also wanted to make sure Bob had at least one friend, the coach. The dynamic between the two games was used to show how the two worlds collide. Virtual verses real!
Status The Game
“Thanks for coming out. We don’t usually see many teachers until Reed forces ’em to come to the home opener. I’m Tom Hinkley,” the coach said, reaching out his hand.