When several grade 6 & 7 students raved about this graphic novel, I decided to read it. Expecting a fun, fast plot with little depth, I was surprised to find myself reading a story that examines and critiques economic inequality and child labour within the context of an online virtual world. This virtual world seems awfully similar to Second Life. An interesting read.
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