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Girl Gone Viral For seventeen year old Opal Hopper, code is magic She builds entire worlds from scratch Mars craters, shimmering lakes, any virtual experience her heart desires.But she can t code her dad back into her life When he disappeared after her tenth birthday, leaving only a cryptic note, Opal tried desperately to find him And when he never turned up, she enrolled at a boarding school for technical prodigies and tried to forget.Until now Because WAVE, the world s biggest virtual reality platform, has announced a contest where the winner gets to meet its billionaire founder The same billionaire who worked closely with Opal s dad The one she always believed might know where he went The one who maybe even murdered him.What begins as a small data hack to win the contest spirals out of control when Opal goes viral, digging her deeper into a hole of lies, hacks, and manipulation How far will Opal go for the answers or is it the attention she s wanted for years Free Download Books Girl Gone Viral author Arvin Ahmadi – eiyo.us

Free Read Kindle ePUB Girl Gone Viralby Arvin Ahmadi – eiyo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • Girl Gone Viral
  • Arvin Ahmadi
  • English
  • 25 July 2018
  • 0425289907

    10 thoughts on “Free Read Kindle ePUB Girl Gone Viralby Arvin Ahmadi – eiyo.us


  1. says:

    GAMES Ready Player One twist GAAAAMES Like, I loved Warcross, Wildcard AND Ready Player One so I can only assume I d love this one as well.On the TBR you go, dearie


  2. says:

    Thanks a million for Penguin Random House International for sending me an advance reader copy.


  3. says:

    4.5 stars I would have given this a full five star rating if the ending wasn t so rushed The rest of the book was paced very well, was highly entertaining, and easy to read The characters were so fun to get to know Each character was so interesting and very unique Also, this book dealt with mental health which I was not expecting I felt that this story had very accurate representation of mental illness I would highly recommend this book to everyone It comes out in May so be sure to get y 4.5 stars I would have given this a full five star rating if the ending wasn t so rushed The rest of the book was paced very well, was highly entertaining, and easy to read The characters were so fun to get to know Each character was so interesting and very unique Also, this book dealt with mental health which I was not expecting I felt that this story had very accurate representation of mental illness I would highly recommend this book to everyone It comes out in May so be sure...


  4. says:

    i swear there s been a giveaway for this every week god, if you want this in my hands.now is the time


  5. says:

    YA Science Fiction Girl who loves to code Virtual reality, missing dad, a contest to win LIST POSTS I VE MENTIONED THIS BOOK IN May 2019 Ten Books To Look Out For This Month


  6. says:

    Not good, not great just OK


  7. says:

    HOLY AMAZEBALLS THIS BOOK Now it sort off dawned on me why Penguin Teen called out Arvin on Twitter to submit this because heck, I WOULD HAVE PROBABLY DONE THE SAME THING LOLThat being said, I was in the middle of a ridiculous slump when I started reading this book, but it was the cure to my sanity I love stories that deal with virtual reality, much so if it involves technology and discussions There s all this talk about augmented reality, people against technology, and virtual ...


  8. says:

    Thanks to the publisher for sending me an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.TWs cyber bullying, discussions of suicide, on page death, depression, alcoholism, insomnia.At its heart, this book is about friendship, technology, and empathy It s about community, finding the truth and looking to the future I loved the characters, dialogue and the futuristic tech, as well as the representation of what it s like to be a teenager trying to get into university The author stri Thanks to the publisher for sending me an ...


  9. says:

    Am I the only one that gets somewhat vague Warcross vibes here


  10. says:

    When I was the same age as Opal, the protagonist of Girl Gone Viral, I was in high school, too but I was learning to type and take shorthand, not creating virtual reality, coding, interacting via avatar Self driving cars and video chat were Jetsons cartoon futuristic sci fi And yet here we are.Opal grew up in a world where all these were the norm, and where artificial intelligence was, at least in her circle, desirable, the logical next development that would make the world a better, safer, h When I was the same age as Opal, the protagonist of Girl Gone Viral, I was in high school, too but I was learning to type and take shorthand, not creating virtual reality, coding, interacting via...

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