Bubble (The Game Trilogy)
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“An interesting concept developed into an exciting read” (Kirkus Reviews)—the final novel in a groundbreaking international thriller trilogy about a deadly game that blurs the line between reality and fiction.
Henrik “HP” Pettersson could never have imagined he’d become entwined in a chaotic and dangerous game of life and death when he picked up a lost cell phone on a commuter train. He thought he’d escaped.
Now, his paranoia quickly grows to mania, as he is convinced that the Game Master and past characters are following him and that the police are watching him. HP decides he must finish one last assignment and expose the Game Master’s secrets once and for all—no matter the cost.
What he uncovers is a potential link between his own father’s past and the Game— blurring the boundary between the virtual and reality more than ever.
The shocking finale to the fast-paced trilogy that began with Game and Buzz, Bubble will leave you breathless as you witness the final showdown between HP and the Game Master.
what was happening. Rebecca raised her head and met his gaze. Then she put her hand over the barrel, stood up and twisted the gun from his grasp. He took a stumbling step backwards, then another. For the first time since she met him, his carefully controlled persona seemed to waver and for a moment he almost looked scared. It passed in a matter of seconds, then he collected himself. She held the gun in both hands, performed the bolt action once, then a second time. Two little green blank
trilogy? Discover where it all began Click here to buy part one of the Game Trilogy Move up to level two Click here to buy part two of the Game Trilogy Copyright Blue Door An imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers Ltd 77–85 Fulham Palace Road Hammersmith, London W6 8JB www.harpercollins.co.uk First published by HarperCollinsPublishers 2013 Copyright © Anders de la Motte 2013 Translation copyright © Neil Smith 2013 Published by agreement with Salomonsson Agency Cover
lane and she saw her chance. She turned round in a flash, raised the camera and aimed at the point where the licence plate was about to become visible. She pressed the button halfway down. The car between them pulled out. There was a short bleep as the automatic focus adjusted the image. Button down. She fired off a couple of pictures. Perfect! Then she quickly raised the camera towards the cab of the van. She focused on the driver and pressed the button. The telephoto lens whirred and the
rumour’s already out. How much do you know?’ ‘Not much, we had a conference call with Anthea a little while ago …’ ‘And?’ He shrugged his shoulders and seemed to be studying a mark on the wall behind her. ‘She just said that you’d been dismissed with immediate effect.’ He met her gaze for a moment, then looked away again. ‘Something about ill-considered behaviour that had put the company at risk. That you had therefore lost the confidence of those in charge …’ ‘You don’t buy that, do you?’
Argos may not have been a killer, but he was still a fully paid-up bad guy. Just think about what they did to you. And what they were doing with the business really did stink …’ ‘But now PayTag and Anna Argos are doing the same thing, just under a different name …’ ‘Unfortunately it looks that way, which takes us back to what I was saying about the Game Master’s wobbly moral compass …’ Manga pulled a face. ‘What’s PayTag’s new company called?’ ‘Sentry Security …’ His brain made the