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Pub Date 17 Jan 2023 | Archive Date Not set
Rebellion, Solaris

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A fun, heart-warming and nerdy YA novel for fans of eSports, loveable characters and stories about overcoming the odds

Lissa is obsessed with Ancestral, the latest and greatest battle arena co-op game out thereand she's really good at it. If she wants to get to the top, she will have to band together with her best friend Ji-Sooand their friends Ray, Zio, Jae-Jin and Lucas—to become Team Phoenix. With the support of former pro Esport-player, Devon, Team Phoenix trains day and night for the upcoming Regional Championships.
But the road to victory has its twists and turns: Lissa is haunted by the loss of her brother, Ji-Soo's got a crush on Jae-Jin, and they’re up against the number one team in the region, Mastermind, a group of frat boys who aren't afraid to play dirty. The odds feel stacked against them, but Team Phoenix is determined to rise from the ashes.
A fun, heart-warming and nerdy YA novel for fans of eSports, loveable characters and stories about overcoming the odds

Lissa is obsessed with Ancestral, the latest and greatest battle arena co-op game...

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ISBN 9781781089286
PRICE CA$22.99 (CAD)
PAGES 400

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I was surprised by how well this went down with the grandchildren, they all liked it from the youngest girl to the oldest boy. They seemed to know a lot more about the gaming world than I did ( and had to explain a few things) . That said , the only complain was that it got them too excited as a bedtime story so I had to FaceTime it during the day and read at home at the weekends. It's not often a book goes down so well with the whole group.

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