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9781618453013 - A.J. Raven: The Game Master of Somerville
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A.J. Raven (?):

The Game Master of Somerville (2014) (?)

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Unable to resist a mystery, Jerry uncovers an on-line gaming site referring to a ‘secret place’ for young people who feel they don’t fit in and a game master who promises them a world where they will belong. When the daily news headline reads, “Pritchett, James (31), Murderer, Escapes from Prison,” Jerry’s mind begins to race, and after a bit of research, he finds more about the elusive Mr. Pritchett. Guilty of murdering the Watts family, he escaped prison and was last seen not far from the city... Unable to resist a mystery, Jerry uncovers an on-line gaming site referring to a ‘secret place’ for young people who feel they don’t fit in and a game master who promises them a world where they will belong. When the daily news headline reads, “Pritchett, James (31), Murderer, Escapes from Prison,” Jerry’s mind begins to race, and after a bit of research, he finds more about the elusive Mr. Pritchett. Guilty of murdering the Watts family, he escaped prison and was last seen not far from the city of Somerville. But is the escaped prisoner the game master? Excerpt: “What’s this game?” I pointed at the name, “The Clash of Magic and Swords?” “Beats me,” said Justin. Nick shook his head as well. “It’s an on-line multi-player strategy game,” said Kate. “It has a lot of fantasy elements in it.” “People play on-line games,” said Justin. “There’s nothing weird about it.” He was right. “Look for something else,” I said. I wanted to find something important on Will’s laptop, something that would give us a hint about who had taken him or if he was in contact with someone. There were pages where Will talked about going out on his own and finding a ‘secret place’ to share with his friends, especially Stephen. I read one of the entries to myself. It was written about six months ago. “I wish I could find a place, a place I could call my own. I would be surrounded by my friends and we would play as long as we wanted. Maybe someday I’ll find it and then I’ll go there.” I read the rest of the pages. William sounded obsessed with finding his own ‘secret place.’ I read an entry that was made a month ago. “I think I’ve found it. Stephen and I came to know about it around the same time. I can’t wait to go there. He said he’ll take both of us. I’m so excited. We are Orphans of the World!” “Who’s he?” I asked myself. At first I thought it was Stephen, but re-reading the last line again told me there was a third person involved.Taal: Engels;Formaat: Epub zonder kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) ;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;Verschijningsdatum: september 2014;ISBN10: 1618453017;ISBN13: 9781618453013; Engelstalig | Ebook | 2014
9781618453013 - A.J. Raven: The Game Master of Somerville
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A.J. Raven (?):

The Game Master of Somerville (2014) (?)

ISBN: 9781618453013 (?) or 1618453017, in english, Beau to Beau Books, Beau to Beau Books, Beau to Beau Books, New, ebook, digital download

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Unable to resist a mystery, Jerry uncovers an on-line gaming site referring to a 'secret place' for young people who feel they don't fit in and a game master who promises them a world where they will belong. When the daily news headline reads, "Pritchett, James (31), Murderer, Escapes from Prison," Jerry's mind begins to race, and after a bit of research, he finds more about the elusive Mr. Pritchett. Guilty of murdering the Watts family, he escaped prison and was last seen not far from the city of Somerville. But is the escaped prisoner the game master? Excerpt: "What's this game?" I pointed at the name, "The Clash of Magic and Swords?" "Beats me," said Justin. Nick shook his head as well. "It's an on-line multi-player strategy game," said Kate. "It has a lot of fantasy elements in it." "People play on-line games," said Justin. "There's nothing weird about it." He was right. "Look for something else," I said. I wanted to find something important on Will's laptop, something that would give us a hint about who had taken him or if he was in contact with someone. There were pages where Will talked about going out on his own and finding a 'secret place' to share with his friends, especially Stephen. I read one of the entries to myself. It was written about six months ago. "I wish I could find a place, a place I could call my own. I would be surrounded by my friends and we would play as long as we wanted. Maybe someday I'll find it and then I'll go there." I read the rest of the pages. William sounded obsessed with finding his own 'secret place.' I read an entry that was made a month ago. "I think I've found it. Stephen and I came to know about it around the same time. I can't wait to go there. He said he'll take both of us. I'm so excited. We are Orphans of the World!" "Who's he?" I asked myself. At first I thought it was Stephen, but re-reading the last line again told me there was a third person involved.