Erebos: A thriller

Erebos: A thriller Ursula Poznanski

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At first, Nick is surprised by the sudden change in behavior and secrecy of some of his classmates, but at last he finds himself in the space of the mysterious computer game «Erebos» as well. But the tasks and quests are not only becoming more complex — some of them, senseless at first glance, must be performed in real London life, and «Erebos» grants even Nick’s voiceless wishes for his skill, it knows his friends, his sympathies and even fears. But if you lose, then you lose definitively — there is no return to the game. Then is it possible to cross your own conscience, to lose friends for the game? Where is the boundary between the virtual world and the real one? What is behind «Erebos»: mysticism or still unknown technology? А reader will find answers to these questions, together with the sixteen-year-old Nick Dunmore.

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Additional information

Product code: 00207

ISBN: 978-617-664-159-9

Publish year: 2019

Genre: Fiction literature

Age categories: Children

Cover: Hardcover

Size: 20×13 см


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Game vs Reality

Posted by Bohdan Pastukh

January 9, 2019


A rebellion, social protest, challenge now become a superfluous waste of energy for a schoolboy or a schoolgirl, which nobody will ever appreciate. The boring monotony of the ordinary course of life, which is measured for the eyes of a teenager only by the “now-time”, pushed him or her always to defy the annoying everyday life, to look for adventures, no matter how these adventures seemed to be crazy in the estimation of adults. And this teenage nature could not be changed.

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To Come In or Go Away

Posted by Olena Ryzhko

March 28, 2019


I became interested in the novel for two reasons. Firstly, this is the literature for teenagers that is the subject of my professional studies. And secondly, the central theme here is computer game addiction and its consequences that correlate with my key theme as a writer, because I write mainly about human relationships in the era of technologies, in particular the threats to teens with which the Network is fraught.
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