Library Catalog Search

 


Heir Apparent, by Vivian Vande Velde

Posted on April 4th, 2007 by Becky.
Categories: All posts, Books, Gaming.

Fourteen-year-old Giannine decides to play the total immersion virtual reality game Heir Apparent, but while she’s in the game, the gaming center is sabotaged by protesters. Soon Giannine realizes that the only way out of the game is to win — or die in real life.

This is a great sci-fi adventure, not to mention a hilarious roundup of medieval fantasy characters, from Saint Bruce the Warrior Poet, to a ghost army, to wizards who don’t get along!

Check it out!

 

Heir Apparent cover

 

9 comments.

Amba hubbin

Comment on April 23rd, 2007.

???hehe!!!

Stephanie

Comment on January 14th, 2008.

Man, I loved this book so much! If I could describe it in one single word I would have to say Ahmazing!!! Very creative work Vivian, I look forward to reading more of your books. You have helped me want to read more and more. Thankyou.

Sam bob

Comment on February 15th, 2008.

I love reading your books you make it so much easier. Un like my school books these keep me interested!
tank you!

Reginleaf

Comment on April 29th, 2008.

I’m reading the book now;

it’s exciting and intense;

and one of my favorites.

kirsten

Comment on April 29th, 2008.

woot

ADIA

Comment on June 22nd, 2009.

AWSOME I HAVE TO READ IT OVER THE SUMMER TO GET INTO GIFTED WHICH I ALREADY AM JUST HAVE TO READ IT

Walker

Comment on April 1st, 2010.

It was the best book!!!!!! I read it in like 5 days and couldn’t put it down! Im doing a school project on it so that will be fun. Thanks!

WALKER

Comment on April 1st, 2010.

This was one of the best books i ever read! It inspired me to keep on reading! It only took me like 5 days to read the whole book which is a new record. Thanks.

BOSTON

Comment on April 9th, 2010.

I read this book!!! I LOVED it, and picked up every other book by Vivian Vande Velde (don’t you just love that name? :) ). The only disappointment was that the copy I read had the last couple of pages ripped out, so I had to wait until another one was returned until I knew what happpened in the end. :(

Leave a comment

Comments can contain some xhtml. Names and emails are required (emails aren't displayed), url's are optional.