Virtual Sexual Reality by Chloe Rayban
  

Synopsis

Virtual Sexual Reality by Chloe Rayban

Justine only goes to the Virtual Reality Exhibition in the hope she might get lucky with fit hunk Alex. Instead she gets unlucky with an Alternative Reality machine and leaves the exhibition as Jake! Once she's got over the shock, Justine starts to see the potential of her new situation. As Jake she has the opportunity to hang out with the lads and find out what really makes them tick. But when her real self develops a major crush on her virtual self, things start to get just a bit too complicated ...

About the Author

Chloe studied at the University of Western Australia and The University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, graduating with a philosophy degree. Her first job was as a copywriter for a London advertising agency and she worked in advertising for several years before teaming up with her art director to write her first children's book. Success came, when, inspired by her then teenage daughters she began to write teenage fiction. Two books from her 'Justine' series were nominated for The Guardian Fiction Prize and one for the Carnegie Medal. The second Justine Book; Virtual Sexual Reality was also made into a successful film. Chloe now lives with her family and divides her time between France and London. Her two daughters are now both grown up

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages
Interest Age: From 12

Author

Chloe Rayban
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

2nd August 2001

ISBN

9780099417521


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