'Assassin Creed' Meets 'Ready, Player One'

The Enigma Gamers:

A Cats Tale (7 book series)

by Charles V. Breakfield & Roxanne E. Burkey


If you're scarred of technology, you must read this.  If you love technology, you must read this.

As is already happening, the cyber world is merging with reality.  While the film "Ready Player One," brought nostalgia for the past with a similar narrative about the relationship between reality and cyber space,  The Enigma Gamers elevates this genre to a whole another level.

What is an extra bonus about this book is it's ability to take the reader on a journey with a new and interesting characters being introduce throughout. Usually, a book will have amazing main characters but leave the 2nd tier characters flat.  Not in this read.  Even the extras have their own stories!


Finally, for a complex story, where reality and cyberspace must be sowed together, the authors do a great job in writing with clarity, never leaving the reader confused.

What's it about?

Julie and Juan’s CATS Team find themselves immersed in outrageous cyber-crime events in multiple locations. They send their feet-on-the-street teams to investigate the causes of the mayhem. Unexpectedly, they find the culprits are holding international cities, big businesses, air traffic, and even emergency systems hostage to terrifying digital ransom demands.

Why You Should Read This?

..because you'll want join The CATS Team, which is the next generation of hunters in the cat and mouse game of cyber warfare, unlike any seen to date.


...because this exciting read is prelude to the changing times and advancing technology that's coming in the near future, so get ready.


...because gaming and real life blend naturally into each other, illustrating that the evolution of 21st century video game playing is far more serious than an after school distraction for kids? With Supercomputers, the adage ‘bigger toys for bigger boys’ takes on a whole new definition.

What Others are Saying!!


"...We already know the threat is real, but now we have a lens to look through and see how crazy and scary the virtual world really is as it takes over the world we once knew..."