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FREE READ Omegaball ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF è Two sisters Two worldsMeet Laurie and Helen EverettThey’re identical twin sisters living in the year 2176 They’re mirror images of each other Laurie’s a genius Helen’s a problem child Laurie uses a wheelchair Helen’s a track starThey fight They compete They hate each otherTwo sisters Two worldsMeet Laurie and Helen EverettThey’re identical twin sisters living in the year 2176 They’re mirror images of each other Laurie’s a genius Helen’s a problem child Laurie uses a wheelchair Helen’s a track starThey fight They compete They hate each other They love each other Y’know typical sistersBut Laurie has a secret She escapes her life by visiting th. This book was fast paced told in a series of something akin to blog posts from three different characters The characters are interesting and pretty fleshed out Fans of Ready Player One and Feed will find a familiar territory here The story takes place in Chicago so that definitely kept my interest The world the author built a constantly connected one where objects can be had with the swipe of a hand is pretty cool The sport of Omegaball is interesting though when all was said and done I didn't feel as if I really knew the sport the way I know how uidditch works I think teens who liked the aforementioned books will enjoy this one as well I received this as an uncorrected proof and I sincerely hope the editor does correct it as it had some glaring typos misspelled character names dropped words repeated phrases I read it uite uickly though so I obviously enjoyed it I would actually give it an extra half star maybe 34 if I could do so here I am back after a minute feeling truly remiss about having not mentioned something I'm also adding another star I truly enjoyed the fact that one of the characters truly the main character is an individual in a wheelchair It made for some interesting development of both plot and character

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E Darknet a virtual reality that’s as big as the solar system There she’s a superstar at the sport of Omegaball a deadly mashup of football basketball and Mega ManLaurie’s world changes when two men approach her with promises of a better life One is Glenn Booker an executive with the Chicago Dreadnoughts Omegaball team here in the real world The other is the mysterious hacktivist. “It’s crucial to realize that for disabled readers who struggle with internalized ableism Laurie’s recurring self hating voice could very well be triggering or at the very least painful If the narrative had countered or done a better job acknowledging the nuances of internalized ableism that wouldn’t necessarily be a problem; again it is a difficult reality for many But the narrative continually reinforces the ableism underlying Laurie’s self hatred signaling to disabled readers however subtly that Laurie should – that they should – feel this way”Read editor Kayla Whaley's full review at Disability in Kidlit

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OmegaballMr Chalk chief architect of the Darknet Glenn wants to draft her Mr Chalk wants her to join his personal armyLaurie must decide whether she wants to live in the real world or the Darknet all while Helen tracks her every move and Mr Chalk plots his own sinister agendaPacked with action suspense humor and a healthy dose of pop culture Omegaball is the second novel from Robert J Peterson. SummaryOmegaball is a YA science fiction about rival twin daughters of radically different impairments playing hyper robot football with a backdrop of future VR internet terrorism It’s a well crafted story that though its reach occasionally exceeds its grasp works than it doesn’tLonger ReviewOne of the things I most liked about Omegaball is that it is stuffed full of great ideas; from the well visualized future VR internet based on an utterly uniue and story relevantevocative interface of ‘jacking in’ to other individuals to a completely plausible future robot sport Omegaball never suffers from ‘lack of cool’ While introducing these concepts it manages a nice balance of informing the reader while keeping the plot moving forwardThe characters were well realized although the depth of the antagonism between the two twin sisters felt unreal soap operatic Likewise the book suffers most from a few too many layers of plot trying and failing to do that Hunger Games trick where the ‘sport’ the players are engaged in ends up having massive socio political conseuences view spoiler Also in my opinion it sabotages the natural moment of emotional resolution the twin sisters playing ball against one another for a pseudo reconciliation based on both being in mortal danger by the bad guys Even with the ‘commentary’ levels of narrative the terrorist part of the plot feels stapled on a graft weakening the main body of the story hide spoiler