Hyperlinkz Book 1: Digital Disaster

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It’s a Long Way Back to Normal...

Austin and Ashley Webster are normal 12-year-old kids, living in Normal, Illinois. But things get very abnormal when an odd digital camera transports them into the wild, wild world of the Internet.

Soon they’re hopping from website to website, searching for their Aunt’s Jessica’s lost prize-winning beagle, Applet. From the Titanic to the Apostle Paul’s shipwreck, they’re ...

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Overview

It’s a Long Way Back to Normal...

Austin and Ashley Webster are normal 12-year-old kids, living in Normal, Illinois. But things get very abnormal when an odd digital camera transports them into the wild, wild world of the Internet.

Soon they’re hopping from website to website, searching for their Aunt’s Jessica’s lost prize-winning beagle, Applet. From the Titanic to the Apostle Paul’s shipwreck, they’re really there!

But things get really wired when they run into the mysterious Mattie Blankenskrean, who’s trying to wipe out sites she doesn’t like. And she’s not going to let the kids get in her way. Can Austin and Ashley find Applet and make their way back to Normal–before Ms. Blankenskrean reprograms the truth?

When twelve-year-olds Austin and Ashley Webster are accidentally scanned into the Internet, they must follow the most unlikely links to survive, and to make it back home.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781578567478
  • Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 5/18/2004
  • Pages: 112
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.59 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Elmer is the author of more than thirty youth novels, including the Young Underground, Adventures Down Under, Promise of Zion and AstroKids series. A certified teacher, he speaks at schools all over the U.S. He and his wife Ronda are the parents of three young adults.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2004

    Awesome new series by a really cool author!!!!

    This series takes the characters through the internet where a lady with a PDA makes all Christians disappear from the websites.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2004

    Zips Along!

    This book speeds you from adventure to adventure as quickly as a click on a internet hyperlink. Ashley and Austin, sister and brother, chase their aunt's dog across cyberspace. Their encounters with the characters peopling the online sites are hilarious. There is a bit of learning in these encounters, but it doesn't hurt. It fact, you might not even notice the facts mixed in with the fun.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2004

    A Parent and Kid Pleaser!

    Digital Disaster, the 1st book in Robert Elmer's new ¿HyperLinkz¿ series, is sure to please kids and parents alike. When two kids, Austin and Ashley, find themselves as 'internauts' zipping through hyper space, they are transported into the best history lesson available next to time travel - virtual historical reality. They learn about past shipwrecks, are thrown into the mystery of finding their way out of the Internet, and get recruited into saving the world from a villainous woman who is attempting to blot out all Biblical truth from the internet. Kids will love the adventure, mystery, and modern techno style in which Robert presents this exciting voyage. Parents will appreciate the historical lessons taught with the emphasis on seeking and protecting absolute truth. Not a usual science fiction fan, I got caught up in the mystery and could not put this book down, until the cliff hanger at the end forced me to go and buy the next in the series, Fudge Factor!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2004

    Super Cool Series

    Imagine if you were sucked into cyberspace by a digital camera, with no way to get back. Well, that's exactly what happens to Ashley and Austin Webster, and their aunt¿s prize-winning pooch, Applet. Desperate to find a way back to their hometown, the two cybernauts search for a link to Normal, Illinois. Along the way, they run into another cybernaut, named Mattie Blankenskren. At first she seems nice, but Ashley soon discovers the truth. Mrs. B is trying to erase everything Christian from the Internet! Will Ashley and Austin be able to stop her? Or will Mattie succeed in making the web completely non-Christian? From the digital sinking Titanic, to Apollo 13, stranded in cyberspace, this is one crazy adventure. But please, no double-clicking the characters! I would definitely recommend this book to computer geeks and adventure freaks of all ages! And I can¿t wait to read the rest of the super cool series, Hyperlinkz! Jason M, age 12

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