Lexie Diamond is a girl who spends a lot of time with her computer. She has developed rather unique ideas about her relationship with computers:
“Sometimes as she surfed the waves of the Web, she thought of herself as a musician picking up the beat. It wasn’t just lines of banal conversation thrown out into some abysmal, free-wheeling, atmospheric junk pit. No this was great jazz. There was rhyme and reason to it. There was syncopation. When she was in really top form she became one with the beat.”
For Lexie, computers are the key to finding the meaning of life. She believes that the essential truth about life is to be found of the internet. But when her mother dies, Lexie finds that the truth about life may be far different than what she had originally imagined. Lexie has distinguish between what is real and what is virtual, because she holds the key to something that will change her life forever.
“The Virtual World of Lexie Diamond” is an interesting book because of its strange technological ideas and different points of view. I wouldn’t rate it as one of the best books that I ever read, but its not bad either.
There was only one Google hit for this book, so you may find it difficult to locate.