Friday, 6 April 2012

The Perfect Game by John Hansen

For a limited time—April 7th – April 8th—The Perfect Game by John Hansen is FREE on Amazon US, Amazon UK, and all other Amazons! Be sure to spread the word and download your FREE copy today! Here’s more info:

Entertainment is changing forever. Comedies, dramas, and reality TV shows are out. Murder is in.
In a world where murder is being exploited on TV, viewers watch live assassinations for their own entertainment. A hit game show where the challenge is to kill arises, stirring up remarkable popularity. Millions of viewers all across the globe watch it, vicariously experiencing the thrill of murder without ever committing the crime. And they all love it. Murder is the world’s latest and most remarkable excitement turned entertainment. But what happens when it goes too far?


What People Are Saying:
“The Perfect Game foreshadows the talents of a new talent.” –
Aldo T. Calcagno,

“This is a short story like no other.” – Jenn,

“A bargain at 99 cents. Watch out Stephen King. You have company.” – Debra Spellman,

“What an amazing story!! Wow!! Still can’t get over how John’s mind worked in this one!! This is a MUST READ!!” – Brenda Romine,

“I am so glad I read this book!” – Ana,


The Perfect Game was an epidemic, a poison, a drug and although he knew it was bad, it was so addictive, so entertaining, so thrilling that Jeff simply could not stop. He loved The Perfect Game, loved how it changed him, strengthened him, darkened his moral and ethical views. It gave him this feeling of power, omnipotence, and violence; murder was a game, and he could do it freely. And it felt so good.


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Download for free for a limited time (only through April 7th and 8th!) here:
Amazon UK
Amazon US

My Review:
5 of 5 stars

March 9, 2012

The Perfect Game is a new reality show (and who doesn't love reality TV), but in this particular show, the game is murder. Viewers can live vicariously through George, the show's star, and watch him live as he stalks his next victim.

This short story was very interesting and unique. The author did a great job in just these few pages of setting up creepy, suspenseful imagery of the TV show and of the people watching it, and there is a twist at the end that you might not expect.

The author has indicated that there will be more in the future based on this short story, and I am looking forward to reading that to see where The Perfect Game is going to be taken.

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