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by Gloria Skurzynski

Author: Gloria Skurzynski
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Simon Pulse (May 3, 2007)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.1
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The Clones: The Virtual War Chronologs-Book 2 (Virtual War Chronologs (Paperback))

The Clones: The Virtual War Chronologs-Book 2 (Virtual War Chronologs (Paperback)). 0689842643 (ISBN13: 9780689842641). Published in 2002 with 181 pages, The Clones, by Gloria Skurzynski is a book about Corgan, a hero who had served for the virtual war and won. As a reward for winning the war is sent to live at Isles of Hiva, a very relaxing, and peaceful place to rest up. Fighting the war with Sharla and Brig the three of them were separated. Later on Brig died but Corgan didn’t know, but Sharla shortly before Brig’s death saved some of his DNA.

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Gloria Skurzynski is the author of more than forty books, both fiction and nonfiction, including Virtual War, Spider's Voice, and, most recently, Rockbuster. Her books have won many major awards, including the Christopher Medal, the Golden Kite Award, the Golden Spur Award, and the American Institute of Physics Science Writing Award.

Book in the Virtual War Chronologs Series). by Gloria Skurzynski. aren't they?Corgan, hero of the Virtual War, has been living a blissful, if placid, life on the Isles of Hiva, his reward for winning the War with Sharla and Brig. But what he doesn't know is that Brig died soon after the War, and yet is not truly gone

Virtual War. Gloria Skurzynski. Imagine a life of virtual reality - a childhood contained in a controlled environment, with no human contact or experiences outside of the world of computer-generated images.

Virtual War. Corgan has been genetically engineered by the Federation for quick reflexes, high intelligence, and physical superiority. Everything Corgan is, everything he has ever seen or done, was to prepare him for one moment: a bloodless, computer-controlled virtual war. When Corgan meets his two fellow warriors, he begins to question the Federation

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Find nearly any book by Gloria Skurzynski (page 3). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Clones: The Virtual War Chronologs-Book 2: ISBN 9781416955603 (978-1-4169-5560-3) Softcover, Simon Pulse, 2007. Escape from Fear (Mysteries in Our National Parks). by Gloria Skurzynski, Alane Ferguson. ISBN 9781435230453 (978-1-4352-3045-3) Natl Geographic Soc Childrens books, 2008.

The Clones by Gloria Skurzynski - Clones are supposed to be identical. Gloria Skurzynski is the author of more than fifty books for children and young adults, including Virtual War, The Clones, and The Revolt. Her books have won numerous awards, among them the Christopher Award, the Spur Award from the Western Writers of America, the Golden Kite Award, and the Science Book Award from the American Institute of Physics. She lives with her husband, Ed, in Boise, Idaho.

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Clones are supposed to be identical...aren't they?Corgan, hero of the Virtual War, has been living a blissful, if placid, life on the Isles of Hiva, his reward for winning the War with Sharla and Brig. But what he doesn't know is that Brig died soon after the War, and yet is not truly gone. Sharla had saved some of Brig's DNA and has created clone-twins with it. Corgan's world is disrupted when Sharla brings one of the clone-twins, Seabrig, to him to raise on the island, while she keeps the other, Brigand, with her in the Domed City. However, when circumstances force Sharla to bring Brigand to the island, they find that while the boys may look identical, their temperaments are not. Brigand is haughty, willful, power hungry, and despises Corgan because of his relationship with Sharla. And, as a result of the cloning process, both boys are growing at an astonishing rate. In what may or may not have been an accident with his clone-twin, Seabrig is badly injured and must be airlifted from the island to receive medical treatment in the Domed City. This leaves Corgan alone with an increasingly dangerous and unstable Brigand, who is now his size, and looking to get rid of Corgan once and for all.A gripping sequel to Virtual War that could be ripped straight from the headlines -- in eighty years....