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Virtual Game: The Final Virtual Superhero Battle (The Virtual Chronicles) (Volume 3) Paperback – November 15, 2013
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About the Author
R. L. Copple's interest in speculative fiction started after reading Runaway Robot by Lester Del Ray in 1970. Many others followed by Asimov, Bradbury, Heinlein, Tolkien, C. S. Lewis. In 2005, he started writing speculative fiction. Infinite Realities marks his first book, a fantasy novella published in November 2007, republished as a full novel in 2012 titled, Reality's Dawn. His second book and first novel, Transforming Realities, hit the shelves March 2009, also republished in 2012 as Reality's Ascent. He has also published Mind Game, Hero Game, Ethereal Worlds anthology, and How to Make an Ebook: Using Free Software. He has been published in several magazines.
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The series revolves around three children, all teens at this point, I think, who gain super hero powers by putting on a mask that creates a virtual image of themselves. In this installment, a para-military organization tampers with their virtual reality and threatens not only our three heroes but the benign creators of the VR technology and their entire world.
I love these characters. This book explores how dating and friendship can be affected when the best of friends both fall for the same girl. It also explores trust, truth, and healthy relationships. Except for kissing, there is nothing in the book that I would mind for my elementary-aged daughter to read.
This is a great gift for the family. Readers of any age or gender can enjoy these books. And it's a good book for male readers because the two older protagonists, Mickey and Jeremy, are both boys. Not to mention the book is about super heroes and space. Of course, being a girl, I thoroughly enjoyed it too. Do yourself a favor and enjoy the whole series.