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'Enter. Or turn back. This is Erebos.' Nick is given a sinister but brilliant computer game called Erebos. The game is highly addictive but asks its players to carry out actions in the real world in order to keep playing online, actions which become more and more terrifyingly manipulative. As Nick loses friends and all sense of right and wrong in the real world, he gains power and advances further towards his online goal - to become one of the Inner Circle of Erebos. But what is virtual and what is reality? How far will Nick go to achieve his goal? And what does Erebos really want?show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 432 pages
  • 138 x 208 x 34mm | 434g
  • Allen & Unwin
  • Sydney, Australia
  • English
  • 1742379532
  • 9781742379531
  • 19,909

About Ursula Poznanski

Ursula Poznanski was born in Vienna in 1968 where she still lives and works. In 2003 she published her first children's book, Buchstabendschungel, and in 2006 she was awarded the Children's and Juvenile's Book Prize of Vienna for Die allerbeste Prinzessin. Ursula has been thinking up stories for a very long time, although at first she preferred to write poems and stories that were as short as possible. Gradually she moved on to writing a few early readers, children's crime books, one detour into teen romance, and a fantasy manuscript, before her first thriller arrived: Erebos. A runaway international success, Erebos has now been translated into over 20 languages. Judith Pattinson was born in Melbourne, but at an early age her reading transported her (in spirit) to the other side of the world - to chalets with flower boxes and hay-filled attics, and school hikes through the Swiss Alps full of friendly strangers who greeted you with 'Gruss Gott!' or 'Bonjour'. As a consequence she couldn't wait to study European languages,which she did in Australia and on the shores of Lake Constance in Germany. She has remained in love with German and reading ever since. Translating German fiction is her idea of heaven. Judith has worked as a translator, production editor, web designer, and bookseller; her early working life included stints in a shoebox factory, as a London barmaid and as a checkout chick in her grandparents' grocery more
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