Virtual Blue

Virtual Blue Did you ever wish you could escape to a virtual world What if you couldbut then couldn t get out Two years after her deadly clash with a vengeful ghost Fiona Blue Shaefer still can t shake off the tr

  • Title: Virtual Blue
  • Author: R.J. Sullivan Amanda DeBord Bonnie Wasson
  • ISBN: 9781937929329
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • Did you ever wish you could escape to a virtual world What if you couldbut then couldn t get out Two years after her deadly clash with a vengeful ghost, Fiona Blue Shaefer still can t shake off the trauma of that night Moving to New York with her father didn t help Neither did absorbing herself in her college classes Not even her poetry provided the solace it oncDid you ever wish you could escape to a virtual world What if you couldbut then couldn t get out Two years after her deadly clash with a vengeful ghost, Fiona Blue Shaefer still can t shake off the trauma of that night Moving to New York with her father didn t help Neither did absorbing herself in her college classes Not even her poetry provided the solace it once did She convinces herself that ending her relationship with Eugene Chip Farren, her long distance boyfriend and final tie to the horrors of that night, might bring the closure she needs Blue travels to Bloomington to break the news to Chip in person, but her timing couldn t be any worse The Sisters of Baalina, vengeful cultists who practice a new form of techno magic, have targeted Chip s multi player videogame as the perfect environment to cast a dangerous spell to free a demoness from the very pits of hell In the process, their plan may trap Blue in a prison of the mind with no locks, no bars, and no escape.

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    1. Blue is the perfect heroine for teens; tough, blue-haired, punk, loyal, conflicted, determined. And Virtual Blue, though the second book about her, provides the perfect introduction for readers (like me) who’ve not met her before. The author balances backstory with present, revealing only what naturally feeds into the plot. He balances a daughter’s affections for a once-absent father against those for a now-absent mother, leaving me eager to learn more, but not feeling at all conflicted abou [...]

    2. Virtual Blue by R.J. SullivanA RPG gets out of control when female supremacist try and bring their demoness into the real world. Fiona is a woman who is tired of dealing with her fears. Her decision to rid herself of her boyfriend ends in her being involved in a computer generated nightmare. Sullivan does a good job in portraying the nerds. There is, perhaps, a bit of emulation in my look at the story. I have avoided role playing games on the computer as I am a bit fearful that I could apply my [...]

    3. For someone who is a gamer as well as into the supernatural and slightly "to the left" young adults this is everything rolled into one. I have to say, it is a sequel to Haunting Blue, but it is a great book on its own as well. Whereas the prior book showcased the main character as Blue, this book also shows her off well, but it brings you more into a reality that is centered on Rebecca Burton. Rebecca is a hard hitting, edgy,mysterious chick who does some serious paranormal investigating. She de [...]

    4. This reminded me of the Matrix. Only the people were in a video game. Whatever happened to them in the video game they felt. Especially when they died, and then got an "extra" life. If this was Mario Brothers, then you would NOT want green mushrooms. Blue is a strong female character that goes head to head with the demoness. I did not expect the ending, and really want to read the rest of the books in the series. I wonder how else the sisters will virtually attack Blue next. I am giving this boo [...]

    5. RJ Sullivan is a pretty new to me author, I read Haunting Obsession last year and instantly loved Mr. Sullivan's voice and storytelling. He makes amazing complex, detailed, rich characters. That is something I truly love in a story. I fangirled over Rebecca in Haunting Obsession but I am crushing in Blue. She is smart, clever, all round awesome punk girl. I was amazed at all that was going on in this book. Ghosts, Long distance relationships, supernatural forces and virtual worlds. This book is [...]

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