The publishing phenomenon Cathys Book redefined the way teens approach novels and set a new standard for interactivity, using the most popular kids technology to enhance the experience of reading a really good story. As a new chapter is about to unfold with the publication of the sequel, Cathys Key later this spring, the original novel is available in trade paperback. * All of the supplementary items from the evidence pack are reproduced on pages in the back of the book, making this edition more accessible and portable. * All of the original websites, phone numbers, and secret codes are still operational. Part romance, part thriller, part mystery, Cathys Book stands on its own beyond the interactive angle and the intense marketing campaign that made it a bestseller. Readers identify with Cathy, they read her story, listen to her phone messages, check out the websites she mentions, and they leave her messages on her MySpace. com page and on a special voicemail. Fans have even created their own videos on YouTube, demonstrating their comfort and familiarity with this level of interactivity and technology. Reviewers and awards committees have also recognized the unique phenomenon that reset the bar for engaging teen novels. Dont miss this opportunity to get caught up in Cathys world all over again! Included in the paperback edition only is a special, teaser chapter from the sequel (which pubs two months later), to whet the appetite of the thousands of readers who have gotten caught up in the web of Cathys story! A YALSA Quick PickÜber den Autor:
Sean Stewart is both an award-winning novelist and a pioneer in interactive and multimedia fiction. In 2001 he won the World Fantasy Award for his novel "Galveston" and acted as lead writer and co-designer of "The Beast," which "Internet Life" called "the Citizen Kane of online entertainment." He lives in Davis, CA. Jordan Weisman is the creator of the successful "MechWarrior" line of PC games, one of the best-selling PC games of all time, Creative Director for the entire Microsoft entertainment division, and co-director (along with Sean Stewart) of the "I Love Bees" game, which won a Webby Award and an International Game Designers Award for Innovation. He lives in Bellevue, Washington.
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