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Cyberquest: The Complete Virtual Adventure

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Collects the six futuristic adventures of Mok--whose knowledge of the Galilee Man offers hope to the poverty-stricken Welfaros--and his travels through virtual time.
Paperback, 331 pages
Published May 9th 2000 by Thomas Nelson Publishers
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Sophia
I read this back in 2007 when I was in year 6 and I LOVED it. We were made to read it in school and I couldn't get enough of it!! I came across it the other day in a dusty old corner of our school library. I still remember a lot of the plot! I would definitely recommend this book for older primary school children! (10-12 would be best) It was a childhood favourite for me!
Michael
I haven't read this series since I was about ten, but I loved it. It was one of the books that first got me hooked on science fiction. I probably wouldn't enjoy it as much today, since it's written for younger readers, but I would definitely recommend it to kids ages 10-12.
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