The Virtual Dead

The Virtual Dead

By E. R. Mason

  • Release Date : 2011-02-20
  • Genre : Adventure
  • FIle Size : 0.30 MB
Score: 4.0
From 144 Ratings


The Virtual Dead (Sequel to ‘The Empty Door’) People have found a new way inside the computer. Some never return. Because of their special abilities, Cassiopia Cassell, the TEL 100D robot, and Scott Markman are drawn into the shadowy and dangerous world of the Dragon Masters, a mysterious order that will do anything to preserve its secrecy, and achieve its unearthly goals.


  • Mason is a great writer.

    By Bill66413
    I haven't read for a long time, the company I work with required I buy an iPad. Learning to use it I discovered the books app. I liked science fiction in the past, anyhow I purchased one of the E.R. Mason books. I couldn't put it down, he spins a tale that in my minds picture is vibrant and glowing. For some reason I missed this book The Virtual Dead, it caught me up and wrapped me in its adventure as the rest of his writing has done. My only regret is that the book ended. So now I have to go in search of another of his writings. At some time in my life I would like to meet this E.R.Mason. Bill Sherry awaiting another book.
  • text size still a problem

    By SFReader62
    Random text size changes? Doesn't someone at Apple care the readers below and I find it hard to read? The story has innovation, humor, insight and excitement, BUT what if it were all one text size? Then it would get 5 stars. Now...Whoever has the power to fix this for future readers, please please do so.
  • Another Good Read

    By Caver4
    Like others, I believe I have (am) reading these books out of order, and wish the author would label them so one could keep them ordered, but even at that, not much is lost reading them out of order. That being said, another good read and I will now dive in the next one.
  • Out of Order

    By Original RAN
    There are apparently several stories in this series and this is one of the earlier ones but it's too bad they are not numbered in some way. I've already read later stories in the same series without first being aware of the older ones so numbering them would have been nice. Also, this particular "edition" suffered from terrible editing and preparation. The font size ranged from huge to microscopic making reading very difficult. Come on, how hard can it be to pick a font size before publishing? Also, the proof reader needs to learn how to use commas. They were missing where needed and there when unnecessarily. That said, the story is quite good and without going I to a full synopsis, it is action-filled and easily kept my attention.
  • Virtual death

    By KarozTunes
    The text kept changing size. Very detracting. Story ok.
  • Great story

    By Bookworm1940
    Very good story, with very few mistakes in spelling. Grammatically correct, mostly. However, the difference in the size of type made reading difficult.