Keeper of the Kingdom

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Top Publications, 2001 - Computer games - 186 pages
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In 2540AD, the Kingdom of Zaul is a terrifying world controlled by Cybergon 'Protectors' and ruled by 'The Keeper'. Humans are 'Worker' slaves, eliminated without thought. Thank goodness this is just a computer game or is it? For Matt, Zaul suddenly becomes too real when his computer jams and he is sucked into the game. Now he is trapped, hunted by the Protectors and hiding among the Workers to survive. Matt must use his knowledge of computers and technology to free the people of Zaul and return to his own world. Can Matt elude the Protectors? Will Matt ever get home? Keeper of the Kingdom is a gripping tale for today's computer literate young adults.

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About the author (2001)

was born in England but spent a portion of her childhood in the United States. She fell in love with the world of books and started to write stories at an early age. After graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Education, she enjoyed teaching creative writing to her elementary school pupils. With the arrival of her own children Ms. Ralles became a stay-at-home Mom but continued to write in her spare time.

In 1997, struggling to find books that appealed to her computer literate children, she rose to the challenge of producing a novel that would captivate them as much as their computer games. Keeper of the Kingdom is her first book.

H. J. Ralles lives in the North Dallas area with her husband, two teenage sons and a devoted black Labrador. She is a member of the Plano Writers Lab. and a Member of Society of Children's Bookwriter's and Illustrator's.

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