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Virtual War by Gloria Skurzynski who lives in Salt Lake City wascopyright February 1999 It is a book of the science fiction genre It is based inthe future around 2053 By now the earths population is only around 2 millionbecause of disease chemical and nuclear war-fare have made much of theplanet unsuitable for living Now citys people live in huge bubbles for ozoneand toxin protection They no longer fight wars There are too few people They instead wage virtual wars where a team of three of their finest fight forthem They are now fighting for an island that has recently became safe forThe main character Corgan is a boy He is only 14 years old and haslived in a aerogel box for all his life The world he knows is all holographic Hewas genetically made for one purpose the virtual war Corgan has acquired thetraits of Loyalty Honorability and Trustworthiness from the box He hasgenetically superior traits of coordination and quickness He is to be the teamleader He does not know much of the outside world except for what MendorCorgans box provided him with everything he needed A program waswritten to act as a mother and father to him called the Mendor It mended backand forth as parents depending on the situationHis team was of great excellence The two chosen to be on his team aremuch different than he however their roots are very similar Sharla he findsout is to be his code breaker She was from the same batch of babies as hewas She had golden blonde hair and blue eyes Corgan felt embarrassed buthe liked her She was unruly however and escaped from her box many times asa result of being a code breaker She was experienced and knew of the outsideworld first hand She did not care for nobility and Honor like Corgan she justHis other teammate was a genetic experiment gone wrong He was amutant with a huge head and a
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