What happened next surprised even me.
The back of my eyeballs exploded into a ring of brilliant blue light. Instead of seeing the files in my mind’s eye, my eyelids melted away and exposed the complex mechanics of the computer. It was as if I had pushed my head inside, as if I had physically entered the central computer. I felt a rush of electricity across my skin, exploring my face, as though something was trying to read me. The horrible noise outside quieted, and soon I was able to see things much more clearly. The colors inside the computer were as bright as in my first nightmare.
Then I saw a small figure running through the files cloaked in radiant green electrons.
THE SOFTWIRE: VIRUS ON ORBIS I by PJ Haarsma. Copyright © 2006 by PJ Haarsma. Published by Candlewick Press, Inc., Cambridge, MA."PJ Haarsma’s spectacular universe will take you further and faster into
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