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Bunker 10

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  • Posted September 30, 2009

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    Bunker 10 is a great book for reluctant readers!

    Bunker 10 is definitely a good book for reluctant and all other readers! As the summary says, this book is really about a group of kids that have exceptional intelligence. But it seems even geniuses need their time off, and this story at first appears to be centered on one of the teens attempt to sneak of base for some alone time with a girl. Then all hell breaks loose through a series of coincidences and just bad luck.

    In Bunker 10 there is a top secret lab that houses the potential destruction of everything we love. Is it a super powerful laser capable of destroying planets with a single shot? No. Is it a biochemical weapon capable of altering the enemies thought process? No, not really. It's a ten year old little girl.
    I'm not going to go into any more detail because it would ruin some of the surprises that really make this book. But believe me, this book has everything; Suspense, plot twists, time travel, DNA alteration, teenage kids with genius IQs, warfare, survival simulation games, good guys, bad guys, and a whole lot of intrigue.

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  • Posted October 27, 2008

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    Reviewed by Christian C. for

    Seven teenagers, all of them geniuses, live at the Pinewood Military Installation: the most secretive, state-of-the-art military base hidden in the middle of the woods, along with military personnel and some scientists. We don't know what they're doing there; in fact, they're not so sure they know, either. What we know is that on December 24th, the whole place will explode, and there will be no survivors. Or will there be? <BR/><BR/>What was the cause of the explosion? <BR/><BR/>Was it related to fifteen-year-old Jimmy's plan to sneak out of the base, by placing transmitters and fooling the guards with his newly created virtual simulations? <BR/><BR/>Did it have anything to do with the special convoy that arrived on the base mysteriously? <BR/><BR/>Did the highly classified Project Flower, taking place on the lowest level, go awry? <BR/><BR/>Did it have anything to do with the disappearance of teen May Rose? <BR/><BR/>You'll have to read this wildly futuristic thriller to find out. <BR/><BR/>J. A. Henderson has created an intelligent, suspenseful novel with all the ingredients of the perfect thriller: a confusing plot, virtual simulations, DNA alterations, time travel, shootings, blasts, and, of course, the good guys and the super-evil bad guys.

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