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The Grasshopper Man - "An attractive couple takes a vacation to China and away from the real
world in this … thriller. Campbell, judging by this book, is a Sinophile
with a passion for travel. Itineraries are provided and street scenes
recounted with the eye of an experienced traveler."
"Alas, such information
is not entirely to be trusted, for the China [and other locations] in which
protagonists Doug and Chris Scott wander is a Virtual China [etc.], built
by ambitious behavioral psychologists. Soon they are chased [through
China, New Orleans, San Francisco, and their own childhoods, to Japan],
often getting saved by a martial-arts wielding deus ex machina named
either Joyce or Jane, depending on the situation. Is she a part of the
computer program they’re stuck in, or a real person trying to get
them out? Will Doug leave Chris for Jane? A thriller that will leave
"This book is sci-fi thriller, romantic/travel adventure, all rolled into one.
As the plot twists and turns through changing time sequences and
different countries, the reader is treated to rich descriptions of gourmet
meals, beautiful scenery ... and then it all changes."
"Within the different layers of the story there is something for everyone
to enjoy. I felt as if I had visited Hong Kong, Japan, New Orleans and
enjoyed the surprise grand finale. I recommend this book to anyone
interested in a good, and unusual, adventure."
"Interesting combination of action adventure, virtual (un)reality,
introspection, and time jumping. En route to China for a much needed
vacation, Doug and Chris Scott arrive in Hong Kong. But their vacation
becomes a bizarre nightmare as they are kidnapped, escape, are chased
through the underbelly of Hong Kong, and are befriended by an ancient
Chinese man who leaves an indelible impression on Doug."
realize that they are trapped in a sinister virtual reality program.
As they are chased across China, through New Orleans and San
Franscisco, and finally through time and their own childhoods, and on
to Japan, Doug becomes convinced that their only chance of escape is
inextricably linked to the old man in Hong Kong. The journey stretches
their sanity and their love to the limit and ultimately leads them to an
unimaginable fate. And leaves the reader wondering what was real
and what was in the program and where did the adventure end???"