IBoy: Gekürzte Lesung

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Penguin Books Limited, Jul 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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Before the attack, sixteen-year-old Tom Harvey was just an ordinary boy. But now fragments of a shattered iPhone are embedded in his brain and it's having an extraordinary effect . . . Because now Tom has powers. The ability to know and see more than he could ever imagine. And with incredible power comes knowledge - and a choice. Seek revenge on the violent gangs that rule his estate and assaulted his friend Lucy, or keep quiet? Tom has control when everything else is out of control. But it's a dangerous price to pay. And the consequences are terrifying . . .

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In iBoy by Kevin Brooks, due to a bizarre bullying incident, pieces of an iPhone get lodged into Tom Harvey’s brain. This gives him instant, unlimited access to the Internet, which helps him solve the ... Read full review

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Sixteen-year-old Tom Harvey was an ordinary Londoner until an attack that caused fragments of an iPhone to be embedded in his brain, giving him incredible knowledge and power, but using that power ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Kevin Brooks has written nine children's novels and has won several awards including Canongate Prize for New Writing, Branford Boase Award, Kingston Youth Book Award, North East Book Award, Deutschen Jugendliteraturpreis Jury Prize, Buxtehude Bulle, Golden Bookworm. A Dance of Ghostsis the first of his adult novels. He lives in Yorkshire with his wife, Sue.

Kevin Brookswas born in Exeter, Devon, and he studied in Birmingham and London. He has worked in a crematorium, a zoo, a garage and a post office, before - happily - giving it all up to write books. Kevin is the award-winning author of eight novels and lives in North Yorkshire.

'Kevin Brooks just gets better and better, and given that he started off brilliant, that leaves one scratching around for superlatives' - Sunday Telegraph.

'He's an original. And he writes one hell of a story' - Meg Rosoff, author of How I Live Now

'A masterly writer' - Mail on Sunday

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