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Insignia - Insignia Trilogy No. 1 (Paperback)
  • Insignia - Insignia Trilogy No. 1 (Paperback)

Insignia - Insignia Trilogy No. 1 (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 02/08/2012
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What if playing computer games could save the world...and the Government's secret weapon was you? Tom Raines is suddenly recruited into the US Army to train as a virtual reality Combatant to see if he is good enough to help fight World War Three. Equipped with a new computer chip in his brain, it looks as if Tom might actually become somebody. But what happens when you start to question the rules? In this first part of a fast-paced, futuristic trilogy, S. J. Kincaid asks significant questions concerning the use of technology and the value of life. 20th Century Fox have pre-emptively bought the film rights for the first book in the series.

Publisher: Hot Key Books
ISBN: 9781471400001

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Insignia is a fairly long book by S.J.Kincaid about a teenage boy called Tom who is recruited to fight ww3 in space using unmanned drones.
I found that this book hooked me from page 5 onward!
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8th September 2013
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There is an utterly fascinating concept behind this book - that all wars are now fought out in space, because it's not viable to fight on Earth. Using high tech machines, controlled by teens (nestled safely at... More

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18th May 2013
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“For fans of The Matrix”

In a nutshell I think the best way to sum up this book is by saying if you loved, and understood, The Matrix then you'll love this book! It's also perfect for any gamers out there!

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