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Digi-novel 2.0 has arrived! We’ve done some exciting new things this time around and we can’t wait for you to see it! We learned a lot from Level 26: Dark Origins and as a result, we’ve made some very strong changes to the sequel Dark Prophecy: A Level 26 Thriller, available nationwide on October 14, 2010. Regarding the novel, we decided to stay away from horror and go with more of a thriller genre. We also decided to make the story more hero-centric, focusing on Steve Dark and his investigations rather than the killers. In this case, the reader is trying to solve the case alongside Steve Dark, putting together the clues, gathering the evidence and trying to figure out where the Tarot Card Killer will strike next.
Perhaps the biggest change we made to the Digi-novel, however, are the cyber-bridges. With Dark Origins, it was as if we removed scenes from the book and filmed them. Out of context they didn’t make sense. You had to watch them when you were prompted or nothing would fit together. So, if you were on a plane or without Internet, what could you do? We knew this was frustrating to a lot of people. But this was our first rodeo with the Digi-novel and we listened to the feedback. We heard what our fans had to say and we set out to address it.
So, with Dark Prophecy: A Level 26 Thriller we’ve shot a one hour-long narrative film that has then been cut up into 11 cyber-bridges. You’ll continue to be given a code and prompted to log in to watch the cyber-bridges at specific points, but the cyber-bridge film is a separate storyline about Steve Dark. Meaning, if you can’t watch the cyber-bridge when prompted, you won’t miss anything. You can watch them all at once, or none at all, you can read several chapters ahead and go back and watch four bridges at a time. Plus, they’ll all make sense. This, I feel, it one of our biggest improvements to the Digi-Novel format: taking a specific moment in the book (that may only be a chapter) and expanding it into an hour long cyber-bridge film that is provocative and emotional and reveals a side of Steve Dark you never knew existed.
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