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Heir Apparent by Vivian Vande Velde
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Sep 02, 09

bookshelves: very-intersting-ideas, adventure, fantasy, science-fiction
Read in September, 2009

Giannine Bellisario (Thea Greenleaf) is back in this fun filled fantasy adventure.

Giannine is raised by her grandmother, and when her absent father asks her what she wants for a birthday present she of course asks for a Rasmuesen gift card. To bad CPOC has to ruin her perfectly harmless adventure...

CPOC, an organization devoted totally to the "Protection of Our Children" attacks the Rassmuesen facility and damages the machines. With Giannine fully submerged in her adventure and the damaged equipment attached directly to her brain this presents a full fleged problem.

Nigel Rassmuesen, CEO of the Rasmuesen company and inventor of the games is horrified to discover that the girl in the game may be the first fatality that the gaming industry has ever seen, scared he uses some of the energy left in the game to project himself into the game and warn Giannine, but he can do nothing else- her life rests in her own hands as she races against the clock to win Heir Apparent...

Heir Apparent, the fantasy role playing game that became so much more to Giannine, not just a fun game, but a phisically dangerous adventure. Three Princes, one Princess, one Queen a barbarian King- who to trust? This question is the delicate balance between life and death in this fantasy-science fiction, were nothing is as it seems and the clock is merciless in its ticking, so hurry up Giannine, solve the puzzle before it is to late- or it is GAME OVER- forever!
Tick Tock...
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Litwitch Ookami That sounds way more like the summary of the book than an actual review...


Arya You think I should hide it because of spoilers?


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