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Stephanie Meeker has a secret that's getting too dangerous to keep. Her cousin Daniel is determined to win the Fairfield Junior Science Competition, and he has been working on something in his room for days. Now Stephanie has discovered his shocking secret, the greatest science project in the world, but Daniel has sworn her to secrecy. Even as the project becomes more and more terrifying, Stephanie tells no one about the "Electronic Brain," a computer capable of thinking for itself. Daniel promises Stephanie he can keep it under control until he wins his award. The brain has other things on its mind...
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Several speakers come together in this story about a school science fair project gone bad. With such a variety of characters it is only fitting to hear separate voices for the computer robot and the kids. "The Brain" sounds evil from the beginning, but his true nature is not revealed until it's too late to stop him. The character of Stephanie brings common sense to the table with her down-to-earth tone and thoughtful silences. Daniel brings excitement; you can sense his eagerness to win the science fair. Each speaker brings a unique personality to the characters. The narration helps make the story flow well. M.J.R. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Strange Matter, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1567400159