Doomsday

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Turtleback Books, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction
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At the threshold of the next century, Tristan Connor lives in a completely computerized America, a mix of virtual and actual realities. Tristan's clone, a dark-minded genius named Devon, has programmed a computer virus that is about to blow the entire system apart. With the electronic clock ticking down to doomsday, Pristan must stop his evil clone before it's too late -- for everyone.

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User Review  - AmaDraco - LibraryThing

I read and collected these back in Junior High. I like them. A lot. Reading them again now, I still like them, even if all of them do constitute a mere evening's entertainment. If you pick them up and ... Read full review

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User Review  - DavidDunkerton - LibraryThing

Taking place one hundred years in the future of when it was written, the setting of this story is a possible world under a totalitarian system. Devon considers himself to be better than anyone else on ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

John Peel was born in Nottingham, England in 1954. At the age of 27, he sold a comic strip to Marvel Comics. He moved to New York in 1981 to marry his pen-pal, Nan Taylor. He became the editor of Fantasy Empire. He is best known for writing tie-in novels for television series including Doctor Who, The Avengers, Star Trek, and James Bond Jr. Uptime, Downtime, his first original novel, was published in 1992. He has written under various pen names including Nicholas Adams, John Vincent, Rick North and J.P. Trent.

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