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obiworm
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Can't find book name

I don't remember much about it, but I remember its about a group of kids, who play a starship arcade game, and the government uses a competition to find suitable recruits, and they give the winners powers, and they can see light trails, and have telekinesis. There are twins, the girl was kidnapped and the boy found her in a space station thing. Anyone know it?

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Possibly... Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card?

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I found it. it was The Roar by Emma Clayton. that book looks good though. I'll look into it.