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by Mariah Fredericks

Author: Mariah Fredericks
Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
Language: English
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers (April 1, 2006)
Pages: 260 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.7
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Author : Mariah Fredericks. Publisher : Atheneum Books for Young Readers. To Judith, fantasy rules. Particularly in the Game, which she plays online with a bunch of strangers she knows only as the Witch, the Drunken Warrior, and Irgan the Head Case. In the gaming world it's strictly alternative identities. No one knows who you are, no one gets too close. But one player in the Game is coming after her - and he's a lot closer than Judith guesses. Close enough to see her, close enough to talk with her, Close enough to like he. Users who liked this book, also liked. The Rules of the Dating Game (English).

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by Mariah Fredericks. Published March 21, 2006 by Simon Pulse.

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Fredericks's story opens with Judith Ellis defending herself from a psycho killer: an opponent in The Game. Publisher: Richard Jackson/Atheneum. She soon learns that her arch-nemesis is her reputedly bad-boy neighbor, Jonathan. The two begin a new game, and Judith feels secure acting as Gareth until she realizes that in her fantasy world she can't be herself.

REALITY? I'd give it a C-. That's what fifteen year old Judith Ellis thinks, anyway. Reality is her former best friend not talking to her this year. Reality is her dad living three thousand miles away. Reality is what happened outside 158 West Seventy-first Street, New York City. To Judith, fantasy rules. Particularly in the Game, which she plays online with a bunch of strangers she knows only as the Witch, the Drunken Warrior, and Irgan the Head Case. In the gaming world it's strictly alternative identities. No one knows who you are, no one gets too close. But one player in the Game is coming after her -- and he's a lot closer than Judith guesses. Close enough to see her, close enough to talk with her, Close enough to like her.