Video War

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Video War By Stephen Manes Video War When city officials try to close down the local video parlor because they think it is less than beneficial for the children the young people of the town form Video a protest group

  • Title: Video War
  • Author: Stephen Manes
  • ISBN: 9780380833030
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Video War By Stephen Manes When city officials try to close down the local video parlor because they think it is less than beneficial for the children, the young people of the town form Video, a protest group.
    Video War By Stephen Manes

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    1. Byron on said:

      This is a long forgotten book The kind that, if you ever find a copy, should be sent to me immediately for safe keeping But you should read it first.I haven t read it in years so it is quite likely that it has not aged well at all, but as a thirteen year old who realized that video games were to me what rappers and rock bands were to everyone else, I found this book revelatory It was my first experience with first person present tense The way Stephen Manes used descriptions of fictional video ga [...]

    2. Katie on said:

      At first, I admit, I didn t realize that Video War was written in 1983 I thought it was just written to sound that way and yes, 80s YA does have a bit of its own distinctive voice It is nice to see teenagers who act like teens, complete with some of the overly dramatic reactions to things But our protagonist, Zoz, really does get to be irritating at times This book wasn t bad, but I don t know that I have strong feelings on it either way, except for the ending You can definitely empathize with t [...]

    3. morbidflight on said:

      As I ve aged, I realize I dislike how the internal thoughts of teenagers are portrayed This book read like a wannabe catcher in the rye It s pretty interesting, though, and learning how old it is actually makes me intrigued girls and boys seem equally interested in saving vidya and it s kind of cool that the quiet black girl is a secret computer nerd and game developer who wants to make games that comment on experience and stuff.

    4. Samuel Guglielmo on said:

      Story about some kids who fight an upcoming law to ban video games from their county It s okay Strange writing style at times Sudden weird ending.

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