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Becky loves playing online games, and she's good at them - but too many other players pick on her because she's female. When she sets up a new GamerTag as a boy, everything changes and she finds acceptance. But when a hacker threatens to 'out' her, and the competition she's winning has a very public final match, Becky realises that she has two choices - to come clean, or never to play online again.

Bringing together themes of love, friendship and everyday life, this book is ideal for girls who aren't able readers but who want to enjoy a book for their age range. The story of romance, coupled with humour and warmth, and told with enticing illustrations, will attract and appeal all readers.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 131 x 197 x 7mm | 82g
  • Watlington, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1785913204
  • 9781785913204

About Tony Lee

A multiple-time New York Times Best-seller List Author and Eagle Award winning Writer, Tony Lee was born in West London, UK in 1970.

His writing includes a huge range of successful comics and graphic novels including Tenth Doctor Doctor Who series of comics. He has been awarded a Junior LibraryGuild: Fall 2009 Selection, and 'best for 2010' awards from both the American Library Association and the New York Public Library in the USA, among others. He was also a finalist for the Children's Choice Book Awards in 2010.

Outside of comics, he has written audio books and movies including The Mild Bunch , Cartel (co written with Andy Briggs) , In The Ring, 52 Pickup, and is working on several other yet unannounced films. In television he's writing a series, The Nest for US television and has several other UK shows in development.

Tony has written four previous novels aimed at reluctant readers. This is his first book for Ransom Publishing.

Added to this Tony is an accomplished storyteller and lecturer on writing, and has performed his 'Change The Channel' tour at libraries, events and schools around the world including the 2009 and 2011 Edinburgh International Book Festival, a 2009 tour of India for the British Council, and in 2003 around the Wadi Rum bedouin campfire in Jordan.

He currently lives in Essex with his wife, Tracy and his dog, Fosco.
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