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Double Vision by Tricia Sullivan

Double Vision

by Tricia Sullivan

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Cookie's life is mundane and dominated by food, but her dayjob is exciting: she operates a remote flyer supporting troops fighting the complex information-dense meme-eating Grid on a planet far far away. Or maybe not. This is not an easy read for anyone who likes certainty about the reality of things, and not my usual sort of light escapist read at all. Once I stopped worrying about being too stupid to understand what was really going on, I could let myself be carried along by the developing plots in the Grid and the "real world", and Cookie's own growth and development out of her rut.

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  rmc28 | Jan 9, 2011 |
Interesting approach to the cybergeek story, the heroine is very likeable. It got a bit confusing with all the different things happening in cyberspace but on the whole, a good read. ( )
  HeatherPetty | Aug 20, 2009 |
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Z?avania is ruled by its very own king and queen, who live in the royal castle together with their son the Crown Prince Frederic and their daughter the Princess Lyra. Lyra's used to parties and jewels and all kinds of magical luxuries - everything a girl could wish for! But will her most important wish come true ...?' Maddie's third trip to the magical land of Zanavia has got off to a bad start. The spoilt Princess Lyra has made a wish for her brother to come home - and she insists on accompanying Maddie, Zak the Raven and Sebastian, the Apprentice WishMaster, on their mission to find him. As the search takes them from a city built on water to the sinister Mountain of Sun, it looks like the Crown Prince has got mixed up in something really dangerous. Can the friends overcome their differences in time to save the day? 7-10 yrs.… (more)

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