Where does reality end and fantasy begin? With a virtual reality game that leads to another world? At the fingertips of a bedraggled old man who claims he can perform magic? Or in the amber gaze of an ice princess in dire need of rescuing? As the four moons of Tolemac rise upon a harsh land vastly different from his own, hardheaded pragmatist, Neil Scott, discovers a life worth struggling for and principles worth fighting for. But only one woman can convince him that love is worth dying for, that he must make the leap of faith to become . . . a VIRTUAL WARRIOR.


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"Wild satirical romantic fantasy"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 29, 2002

Neil Scott and Gwen Marlowe own Virtual Heaven, a video game shop in Ocean City, New Jersey. Neil is bored with life and thinks of entering the latest virtual reality game Tolemac Wars III. His partner pleads with him to reconsider as she previously entered that barbaric realm and barely Read more...

"A Virtual Gem of a Fantasy"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted July 8, 2002

Neil Scott, co-owner of the Virtual Heaven video game shop, was not a warrior. He was not out to conquer the world. In fact he'd given up a lucrative job in New York to return home to Ocean City. There he had hoped to become a teacher, but Read more...

"This Virtual book is a winner!"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 1, 2006

Ann Lawrence has done it again. I believe this one is my favorite Virtual book. This book starts out at Nilrem's mountain and travels all over the virtual world that only Ann Lawrence can create.

This is Neil Scott's story. Neil's mother has just died and Read more...


Virtual Warrior
(Tolemac Wars: Book 3)
by Ann Lawrence

Love Spell
July 1, 2002
Available: November 1, 2006
ISBN #0505524929
EAN #9780505524928
366 pages
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Other Books by
Ann Lawrence

Do You Believe?
Lord of the Keep
Lord of the Hunt
Lord Of The Mist
Virtual Desire
Virtual Heaven

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