The Night Room by E. M. Goldman

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Seven high-school juniors think it will be fun to participate in the Argus program, a new computer program that lets them simulate their tenth high-school reunion, but they find that glimpses into the future can be devastatingly disturbing.

About E. M. Goldman

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Published January 1, 1995 by Puffin. 224 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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In a bizarre premise, seven high-school juniors take part in an experiment with virtual reality: a simulation of their ten-year reunion.

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Like the movie The Breakfast Club, this novel is a veritable roll call of teen types-here, a jock, a genius, a tough-minded reporter for the school paper, an overweight aspiring actress, a cute blonde cheerleader-type, a timid outsider and an all-around nice guy-who forge unexpected friendships.

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