Dangerous Games: The Nightmare Knight by Sue Graves
  

Synopsis

Dangerous Games: The Nightmare Knight by Sue Graves

Dangerous Games is a range of adventure stories aimed at reluctant older readers. The series is set in a computer games company and follows designers Sima, Kojo and Tom. Each story sees them designing and developing a computer game which they then enter for real - encountering exciting and sometimes deadly situations...A recurring nightmare of Kojo's gives Sima an idea for a game set in a medieval castle. The trio travel back in time but soon Kojo is faced with re-living his nightmare over and over again...

About the Author

Sue Graves has taught for thirty years in Cheshire schools. She has been writing for more than ten years and has written well over a hundred books for children and young adults. Nearly everyone loves computer games. They are popular with all age groups - especially young adults. but i've often thought it would be amazing to play a computer game for real. To be in on the action would be the best experience ever! That's why I wrote these stories. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I've enjoyed writing them for you.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Sue Graves
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Publisher

Rising Stars UK Ltd

Publication date

19th November 2012

ISBN

9780857696120


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