The Doomsday Virus

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Capstone, Sep 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 67 pages
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"In two hours, a powerful virus will destroy the Internet and every computer on the planet! The world's only hope is a 14-year-old boy named Tim Corder. Unfortunately, he's also the world's most dangerous computer hacker."
 

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Contents

Chapter
5
Chapter
11
Chapter 3
19
Chapter 4
28
Chapter 5
38
Chapter
46
The Lie
53
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Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore have more in common than just their first names. Both men grew up and live in England. They are both popular children's book writers. And they are both friends. Today, "The Two Steves," as they're often called, write comedy and adventure stories together. They also enjoy performing at schools and libraries for kids of all ages.

Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore have more in common than just their first names. Both men grew up and live in England. They are both popular children's book writers. And they are both friends. Today, "The Two Steves," as they're often called, write comedy and adventure stories together. They also enjoy performing at schools and libraries for kids of all ages.

Harriet Buckley is a very busy artist. After earning a master's degree in illustration at the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland, she has worked non-stop illustrating books, magazines, and comics. Harriet likes creating artwork digitally on computers, and has also animated numerous commercials and short films. She has even painted an "optical-illusion"-style mural for a private home in Holland.

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