One story that I really liked was 'The Road Virus.' This is a story of a few teenage boys who created a computer virus that when paired with the technology of self parking cars turned out to be not such a good idea. Another story I really liked was 'A Case of Extremes.' This story, although confusing in the beginning, is the story of two couples and their experiences with renting possibly haunted homes and how they got out with an interesting twist at the end. I somewhat liked 'Rough Draft' but just when I thought I had the story figured out, the ending was not like I expected. 'Birds on Glass' was a good futuristic story as well, although I was a little confused by the ending. And then there are the fun, and my favorite, stories ' Fair Game,' 'Fair Game: Amnesia Amnesty,' and 'Unfair Game' that are just fun to read all the way through.
Most of these stories are futuristic stories, which I don't normally read, but for the most part I did enjoy most of them. I really believe these stories would be great for this younger generation of kids to read as I think they'd enjoy them most as there are a lot of references to modern (and futuristic) technology. There are stories about aliens and green lizard men but there are stories about game show hosts and authors so I guess there are a mixture of stories in this book so there is something for everyone to enjoy. I'm sure you'll find a few for yourself that you like.
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