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Catherine Jinks’ ‘Saving Thanehaven’

Saving Thanehaven has possibly the strangest premise of any recent teen book: the protagonists are characters in computer games. The antagonist is a virus named Rufus, set out to sow seeds of dissent among previously content programs, dragging them into a world where they can make their own decisions. But...

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