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The Game Maker Paperback – 13 July 2020
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- Publisher : Blue Pencil Media (13 July 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 196 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1938639588
- ISBN-13 : 978-1938639586
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.24 x 21.59 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 818,118 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Game Maker was dark and delicious but it was also a complete mental workout. With twists that keep you guessing a storyline that sucks you in and kinky hotness to satisfy the rest of your needs, this is another must read by this author.
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Ok we all know that I always have plenty to say, but it has taken me a few hours to let me feelings stew and to garner my thoughts into some semblance of coherency. Just where do I start with this one? I guess that would be with the statement that I loved it! The Game Maker is so very wrong in all the right ways, taking the over-used captive sex slave trope and giving it a whole new breath of life. I came to the dark side through Comfort Food, it opened a door to a whole new world of temptation and titillation. That world had started to lose it's sparkle and shine, but The Game Plan has not only refreshed my thirst but taken the trope to a whole new level. Just as you can kill them with kindness, you can break with pleasure.
Kate/Pretty Toy/Kitten is at the lowest point possible in her life when things take a really bad turn for her. Or do they? I guess they do at first, because her fear of what Master might do, or make her do, is overwhelming. There is a game to play and until she learns the rules, and figures out how to follow them, how can she not only stay safe but protect Seven too? It's so difficult to tell you how I felt without spoilers! I was so in that moment there with Kate, in that cell, in the bathroom, in the dungeon. With her while she was tormented with the exquisite agony of pleasurable pain. Witnessed her own desires and emotions shatter her into a thousand sharp pieces.
I guessed one thing that happened in the book, before it happened. I think that comes from being highly suspicious of things, along with a bit of logic. Other twists and happenings I would never have guessed at. This has an ending that I'm sure some people won't care for, though I loved it. It's as ambiguous as you want to make it. But then again I loved the ending in Big Sky too. Broken people and sociopaths (view spoiler) ruins a dark book in my opinion.
There isn't really any detail on how Kate fell prey to her fate. There is a very brief mention of her having been watched for a while. There is no real background on any of the main characters either, but then what does it matter when everything that went before is null and void? Kate, and I suspect both Seven and Master, were all (very?) different people before the captivity. Those people no longer exist, so knowing who they were has no influence on who they are now or on what they want. It's a very "in the present" book and I loved it.