Zero Summer

by Gordon Levine, Tucker Nelson, and Becca Noe

Western
2012

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An Engaging Story, January 9, 2013

I donít usually play video games, but I have been really enjoying Zero Summer. It is like reading an interactive book. The storyline begins with the main character waking up, unable to remember his name or who he was before that moment. This leaves the player to fill in the background with his or her imagination, to create what he or she believes the character is like, all the while getting little hints to help shape their mental picture.

What I enjoy even more than that is the writing. The prose is both evocative and descriptive, and I find myself delighting in the storylets as much as the overarching plot.