Jetzt Verfügbarkeit von OtherLife überprüfen. Ren Amari (Jessica De Gouw) ist die Erfinderin einer neuen, revolutionären Droge: OtherLife dehnt das. Eine Wissenschaftlerin erfindet eine neue, revolutionäre Droge, die das Zeitempfinden verändert und den Konsumenten in eine alternative Realität versetzt. Während in Wirklichkeit nur wenige Sekunden vergehen, begibt sich der Einnehmende stunden-. Jetzt online bestellen! Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: OtherLife von Jason Segel, Kirsten Miller | Orell Füssli: Der Buchhändler Ihres Vertrauens.
Eine Wissenschaftlerin erfindet eine neue, revolutionäre Droge, die das Zeitempfinden verändert und den Konsumenten in eine alternative Realität versetzt. Während in Wirklichkeit nur wenige Sekunden vergehen, begibt sich der Einnehmende stunden-. OtherLife ein Film von Ben C. Lucas mit Jessica De Gouw, Thomas Cocquerel. Inhaltsangabe: Ren Amari (Jessica De Gouw) ist die Erfinerin einer neuen. OtherLife erzählt von einer revolutionären Drogen, die es den Menschen ermöglicht, die Möglichkeiten ihres Denkens zu erweitern und sich in ihrem eigenen. OtherLife Kritik: 7 Rezensionen, Meinungen und die neuesten User-Kommentare zu OtherLife. OtherLife. + 1 Std. 35 radioceanica.euunk. Rens neue Droge erschafft zeitlich komprimierte virtuelle Realitäten. Uneinig ist sie sich mit ihrem Partner Sam. „Otherlife“ ist eine Lösung voller Nanobots, die, ins Auge geträufelt, den Nutzer innerhalb von wenigen Sekunden einen kompletten Stunden-Tag erleben. Alles zum Film «OtherLife ()»: Reviews, Trailer, Bilder, Kinoprogramm und vieles mehr.
„Otherlife“ ist eine Lösung voller Nanobots, die, ins Auge geträufelt, den Nutzer innerhalb von wenigen Sekunden einen kompletten Stunden-Tag erleben. OtherLife erzählt von einer revolutionären Drogen, die es den Menschen ermöglicht, die Möglichkeiten ihres Denkens zu erweitern und sich in ihrem eigenen. Jetzt Verfügbarkeit von OtherLife überprüfen. Ren Amari (Jessica De Gouw) ist die Erfinderin einer neuen, revolutionären Droge: OtherLife dehnt das. Wrestling Analyzed! Möchte ich sehen. So ist es möglich zum Beispiel einen Urlaubstag mit einem Tauchgang in der Angelique Film zu geniessen Was Ist In Köln Passiert als professioneller Skifahrer einen Jascha Baum hinunter zu rasen, ohne dass man dafür die nötigen Fähigkeiten antrainieren muss. Jason Segel is an actor and a writer. Diese künstlichen Erinnerungen sind teilweise aus echten zusammengesetzt und bedienen natürlich hauptsächlich die Abenteuerlust. Tommaso Fiacchino. Battlefield Earth — Kampf um die Erde. Shalom Brune-Franklin. Rens neue Droge erschafft zeitlich komprimierte virtuelle Realitäten. Filmtyp Spielfilm. Maze Blauer Jan 2 - Die Auserwählten in der Brandwüste. Die Grundidee dieses kleinen australischen Science-Fiction Thrillers ist eigentlich nicht sonderlich originell. Random House N. AUS Regie: Ben C.
Thank you Jason and Kristen for this wonderful and amazing ride. Love Han x Mar 29, Booksnbrains rated it it was ok. I was quite let down by this one.
I am not sure if it was because of too good to be true ending or the characters falling short of what they had been in the two previous books.
I don't know if I'm alone on this but when an author makes something very convenient for a character it makes me cringe because everyone knows In real life things aren't so easy.
Additionally, one of the reasons Id loved the first books was the dynamic between the characters but I felt that wasn't there nearly as much in I was quite let down by this one.
Additionally, one of the reasons Id loved the first books was the dynamic between the characters but I felt that wasn't there nearly as much in this one.
I did like that virtual reality aspect of this though, the idea that humanity could get potentially get hooked in a virtual world is very fascinating to me, and I like that this book technically the whole trilogy explores this.
Overall not what I was expecting but worth the read if you have read the first two books. Feb 01, Millie Wisbeach rated it really liked it. Loved it just as much as the first two!
Twists and turns that were unexpected. Feb 03, Erik McManus rated it liked it. I began the series and really enjoyed the first two books.
This one was still good but it just fell a little flat at the ending for me. I was really hoping for this big ending after such an intense ride with the rest of the series and it ended up being pretty predictable.
At times, I found it to be a little ridiculous and there were some plot holes that left me a little confused but it wasn't bad enough to take away my enjoyment of the book.
That being said, I enjoyed coming back into this world and experiencing these characters again. It had been a while since I got to hear about Simon's giant nose and Elvis' comical commentary.
They worked really well as a team to take on all the challenges thrown at them and do what was right. Overall, it was a good series and I would read more books by these authors if they write more in the future.
This book was satisfying in a lot of ways. It was a great finish to a series that I thoroughly enjoyed.
It read really easily and the climax was VERY climactic. I felt like there was a pretty satisfying end to the characters and their journeys. Nevertheless, this book was certainly not perfect.
Additionally, some things This book was satisfying in a lot of ways. Like the random guy who manages to escape during the climax of the book and then just never comes back.
Why put that in if the series is ending? Just why? I wish we got some more conclusions to more characters, not just the main ones.
But neither of the two follow-ups can even touch the first book. That one was just incredible. And I cared a lot about the story, the characters, and everything.
The main character, Simon, shows a lot of development throughout the series and proves to be pretty complex. Especially because the series really does a good job showing how technology NEEDS to be closely ethically monitored or else all hell could break loose as companies look out for profits rather than people.
I really did enjoy this series though and would definitely recommend it. View 1 comment. Dec 13, Leah rated it liked it. This finishes the trilogy.
It was exciting and interesting. There is a lot of back and forth between the game world and the real world, which happened in the previous books too.
The main group has a lot to deal with in this book--the Company, their relationships, their families, technology.
The ending was mostly what I wanted. There were a couple of surprises. One of them I liked, but the other was too weird. I thoroughly enjoyed this series.
Quick read and a fulfilling conclusion to the trilogy. Excellent last lines as well. Feb 18, Brandi rated it really liked it Shelves: , audiobook-challenge , ya , sci-fi , audible.
I waited weeks to read this one and Fantastic series, crazy world-building, epic ending that I didn't see coming.
I completely fell in love with this trilogy and the world that they created, even though it was a little scary and dark at times. The world building was incredible and each book they eexpanded and built upon the world and it was all so vivid it felt like you were right there.
They discussed such important and relevant issues in the books so well too. I really loved seeing the characters grow throughout the trilogy but I also really loved that they still behaved like teenagers at times.
They were scared when their lives were in danger and they were impulsive at times, making mistakes but they were also courageous and smart and witty.
They were smart and total badasses, and Kat was often the voice of reason in the group. She would rein in the impulsiveness of Busara and Simon and Busara was often the reason that Simon was able to succeed.
Again this book builds on and discusses the ethical side of the gaming world and virtual reality, how far can we take it, and how corporations can be ruthless in their greed to gain wealth and power.
But that we can all do something to prevent that, no matter how young or insignificant you think you are. You can make a difference. It parallels real life where it is often the youth who are the ones who stand up and fight for a better and safer world.
This book is action packed and fast paced and kept me on the edge of my seat. Once I started I could not put it down, I read it in two evenings.
The ending was really satisfying too. There is so many secrets throughout the story and we find the answers and Simon is successful.
Loose ends are tied up nicely yet it is still left open in a way that we know that they are not yet done with everything they want to achieve.
We are left imagining them doing so much more in the world. No single person can save the world. We have to band together and save each other.
This last part in the Last Reality series has some high stakes. The book is only pages long, but it's packed with action. Most of the time, especially in series, you get the idea that the story is ending well before the actual page, but even at around page I still didn't have that idea.
Things keep on happening all the way through. It's a bit difficult to follow at times. There are instances when the lin No single person can save the world.
There are instances when the lines between reality and game worlds are so blurred it's hard to figure out which part of it is real, and which isn't it.
However, that's part of the story of course, and it's always been blurred, but Miller and Segel are giving it everything they have in this book.
Above all, I think, this is some kind of grand, imaginative social experiment, and there are several times when reading that you'll be gasping with horror at the VR and AR technology - because perhaps it could exist in our normal world too, within a few years, and not just in this book world.
There are also clear shout-outs to climate change, what it means to be human, and some other things. Despite that, I have the feeling that this book isn't quite as good as the other two.
I felt something was missing, although I'm not sure what that is. Maybe it's to do with the characters, because I'm under the impression that they're not interacting as much as they used to.
Ah, well, it's still okay, but it could have been better. The covers remind me a bit of the original The Hunger Games covers - you know, the dark blue, red and light blue ones with the mockingjay on it that slowly breaks out of its circle.
Not sure if that's done on purpose. Nov 13, Nikki rated it liked it Shelves: net-galley-review. I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.
I really enjoyed the final instalment in the series! I liked seeing the affects of the ending of the last book on Simon, and then how they work with the things they discover on the way as well.
However, the motivations around OtherEarth never really worked for me, and honestly Gibson became a little cartoonish as a villain.
Th I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. That said I really liked the trips back to Otherworld and seeing how things had changed there.
And I liked the implications of something like OtherEarth existing. And as outlandish as it was, I do like Nasha and the secrets and everything around that.
Overall it really is a fun series and while I would have preferred it to be a tiny bit more realistic not too much though, obviously!
May 05, Rachel rated it did not like it. I got an hour into the audiobook and was completely uninterested, bored and totally confused about what the hell was going on.
Then, minor stupid and ridiculous things were brought up from the previous novel and I cared even less so I just stopped Maybe they took time and worked out kinks with the first novel, then were writing in a rush with the other two?
Who knows Unfortunately, if you have read Ready Player One and Warcross and Wildcard novels then it just feels like this a fan fiction based off of those novels and not at all an original thought.
Super disappointing and was not willing to waste any more time. Jun 03, Billy added it. Just finished last night!
Again, a pretty good, fast, and easy read. I felt book three was better than book two overall. Book one might be the most fresh and best one, but if you've read the first one, you're probably curious to read the second two books.
Last Reality is the name of the three book long series. Otherworld, OtherEarth, OtherLife. They came out across , , and They draw a lot of comparisons to Ready Player One.
These books deal with virtua Just finished last night! These books deal with virtual reality, augmented reality, identity, corporate corruption and espionage, and raise a lot of interesting questions and ideas.
Again, book 3 is about Simon and his friends as they oppose "The Company" which is an evil VR company that seems to have world domination type aspirations.
Otherworld is the virtual reality world. Otherearth is more the augmented reality world. Putting on glasses and seeing the real world differently.
Spoilers below. After this whole cerebral mystery, there's no real explanation. Just his grandfather was talking to him across time and space with no explanation.
One scene where Simon is almost forced to virtually operate on his girlfriend Kat was hair raising, like Saw, but thankfully it just stopped before anything really happened.
The ending might have felt a little surreal and convenient, but was generally satisfying. Not sure if there will ever be another book, but it's a reasonable enough way to end if that's it forever.
Thankfully, Wayne, the main bad guy gets taken out. Things changes, and the main characters wind up in a very good position to make some positive change in the world.
It might have gotten a little preachy with some ideas about environmentalism in a virtual world and such, but nothing too cringe. That is such a strange thought to ponder across this series.
Also, the virtual clones of people, even dead people seem to be alive even if their bodies are gone. Somewhat terrifying to think about in detail, and that tv show "Dollhouse" by Joss Whedon explored programmable people that could get memories from the deceased.
A lot of moral and philosophical ideas there. Book three added robotic clones of people into the mix, but didn't seem to go into very much detail with it.
They apparently have dirt on the vice President of the US which is scary as heck to imagine that happening. Thankfully he just resigns and no damage done.
Deep fakes, fake news, doctored videos and footage are also part of this series, with the main characters being framed. This is a very real concern now that fake videos might get almost impossible to distinguish from real ones.
Virtual reality still seems somewhat creepy to me, and the thought of losing grip on what is reality and what is a game.
People murder others in this series thinking it's all part of virtual reality when it isn't. Personally I'm not running out to buy virtual or augmented reality, but I'd love to try it again like at a store.
It might make you dizzy among other big questions and risks. Pokemon Go was mentioned in book two, and a lot of people have been hurt or even died playing that game.
Hard to believe, but happens. At least the game has warnings all over it saying to be careful walking the world playing the game.
Ah well, at the end of the day, people will get into trouble and do dumb things by not following the rules. I like Simon, Kat, Elvis, and Busara, but maybe more character depth and exploration would have made them even better.
Mostly pretty good books, but maybe something about the writing feels a bit off to me. I wonder if these books will get adaptations. I would be interested.
Jun 27, Tasha Leigh rated it liked it Shelves: arc. So while this is an adequate finale to the series, I found it just a little too meh for my liking.
With OtherWorld coming out and being such an interesting and kind of heavy hitter, I feel that with each subsequent instalment it just got a bit too bizarre and nonsensical for my liking.
A lot of the important plot points had some significant holes, most of this volume felt very cliched and overall I thought it was a very average novel.
I did however appreciate that Elvis had not changed whatsoever So while this is an adequate finale to the series, I found it just a little too meh for my liking.
I did however appreciate that Elvis had not changed whatsoever and that we finally found out what the deal with The Kischka was.
If you enjoyed the first two, then this will be right up your alley. Otherwise, I might give it a miss and reminisce on better instalments.
If you want to read a rambly spoilery review, you can find it on my blog. Jan 27, Rubi rated it it was amazing Shelves: own. I was very happy with this ending.
It is still a little open ended, like many trilogies I've read, but I feel the authors did a great job tying the loose ends.
Wayne seemed a bit crazy but then again The cyber world seemed another thing all together and I wonder if Otherworld would still exist even if all servers and headsets were destroyed I really enjoyed this series and am glad th ey decided not to make the heroes hunks that women drooled over and there were no love triangles either!
Woo hoo! Haha I could relate much more to these characters and their close network of frienda both personal and online.
I have many friends I met online and they really can be great people, one just has to be careful, which is the whole point of the story.
Hmm, not sure if I wanted to give this 2. After a bit of thinking, 3 star fits as I enjoyed this series overall. Otherlife felt a bit rushed and convenient at the end for our main characters.
I don't mind suspending my belief in these stories but everything was just too perfect. Simon wasn't as annoying as he was in the previous book, that was a huge plus.
Kat still felt bland and the others were still fun. The new characters were just In the end, glad to have read 3 stars In the end, glad to have read this series and has me wanting to test other books like this.
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