I felt that maybe the book was missing the last few pages or something. I have had this happen to me before, so i was curious. Is that the ending?
This is seriously one of my favorite books of all time. Even now, at the geriatric old age of 24, I still absolutely adore this story. Her stories are believable and populated with characters you'll remember long after the book is closed.
Her stories are also surprisingly believable given that they are fantasies. Such is the case with this novel, which takes place in some undisclosed future time. The story gets into gear when the narrator, Giannine, enters a full-immersion virtual reality game by the same name as t Eshusdaughter I'll be honest, I mostly picked up this audiobook because it was narrated by Carine Montreband and I was so in love with the Uglies books by Westerfeld that she narrated that I wanted to hear her voice again.
The unconscious mental comparison between Westerfeld's book and this one may be skewing my opinion of it. Fourteen-year-old Giannine becomes trapped in the virtual reality game Heir Apparent when an activist group attacks the gaming It's a fantasy RPG role playing game with magic, dragons, princesses, etc.
Ashley One of my favorite books because it combines fantasy and reality, as well as future-tech gaming with present-day frustrations. But besides the content, I continue to be amazed by the way the book is set up. The main character Giannine is stuck in a virtual fantasy game in which death can occur to the protagonist.
Every time Giannine 'dies,' she begins anew from the the start, able to revise her decisions and react differently to the opportunities I read a fair amount of current YA, and while I'm technically old for it, I'm clearly not that far out of the marketing department's sights.
Publishers Weekly informs me that today's YA is generally aimed at the sixteen to twenty-five set. But Heir Apparent was published inwhen YA was still aimed firmly at young adults--that is, at kids who hadn't y Eliene Heir Apparent is one of my favourite middle grade books.
Rereading it more than 10 years later, it's every bit as good as I remember. It doesn't have the most original premise-- getting stuck in a high stakes virtual reality game --but Giannine's narrative voice makes it special. I love her dry, sarcastic take and all the puzzle-solving.
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Pairs well with Hexwood by Dianna Wynne Jones. Trish What I liked about this book was the idea that you could build an entire story just to make a statement.
I suppose that's all anyone ever does when they write, but it was obviously done. Before you even begin the story, there is the page that is made to look like a gift certificate, which sets the tone for what's in store.
It's a ticket for the reader to come along to another world within another world--just as the main character goes, too.
Harold Ogle A fun read, Heir Apparent is a story about a near-future girl stuck in a VR game resulting from a terrorist attack with only a little time to win the game before her nervous system collapses from prolonged exposure to the VR stimuli.
Apparently it's second in a series, but I had no idea, as this was another random selection from the library. Also, the author makes it clear that this was written - at least in part - as a reaction to fundamentali Sigurweissen This is another book I find myself rereading at least once every year.
Kat over all it was a good book.
But honesty i found myself liking Wulfgar more that Kenric, which is a bit surprising because i like the "Kenric" ty Caleb Dillinger A fun, fast paced read. The writing style is engaging, and while I typically don't prefer first person narrative, it didn't bother me in the least!
The characters are great, and you can feel the frustration and relief of the characters as you read. I honestly thought I had already rated it! Caleigh I loved this book, read it in 6th grade I believe.
I've been trying to locate it so I can re-read it, and it has taken me literal years to find it again. I'm still considering re-reading, to refresh my memory and all.Sarcastic humor used for good and bad throughout the book.
Violence: A group of activists, supposedly protecting children and families, storms an arcade gaming center, damaging equipment and placeing some of the gamers lives in danger.
Marcel Robertson Heir apparent “Game of Thrones meets the Hunger games”heartoftexashop.com book Heir Apparent by Vivian Vande Velde is a Sci-Fi book. It’s a breathtaking,mind blowing book. The main character was an average middle school kid with the passion to play video games, her name was Giannine Bellisario/5().
Heir Apparent by Vivian Vande Velde available in Trade Paperback on heartoftexashop.com, also read synopsis and reviews. In this game, dying is easy; it's winning that will kill you.
From Edgar Award-winning author Vivian Vande Velde comes a rollicking story that puts a high-tech twist on the classic medieval fantasy-adventure Synopsis Nola's not much of a witch--she can work only a few useless spells, like the one that lets her spy on people.
User Unfriendly is the one Vivian Vande Velde book I come close to actively disliking, so I was disappointed when I discovered that Heir Apparent would be a sort of companion book, also dealing with fantasy role playing games/5().
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