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Twelve teenagers were injected by The Doctor on that fateful day back in November. And twelve teenagers have been thrust into an intergalactic battle against their will. Orlando Holmes, JD Smith, and Cadence Sinclair must find these twelve before someone else does - someone bad.

Things get complicated quickly, though, when emotions start to run high. Those who used to be deemed trustworthy, are no longer safe. The three teens soon learn that anyone is a suspect. As they embark ...

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Overview

Twelve teenagers were injected by The Doctor on that fateful day back in November. And twelve teenagers have been thrust into an intergalactic battle against their will. Orlando Holmes, JD Smith, and Cadence Sinclair must find these twelve before someone else does - someone bad.

Things get complicated quickly, though, when emotions start to run high. Those who used to be deemed trustworthy, are no longer safe. The three teens soon learn that anyone is a suspect. As they embark on their most dangerous mission to date, morals are tested. To protect the twelve teenagers who have been experimented on, what must JD, Orlando, and Cadence give up? Their hearts? Or even their lives?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781484163603
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/9/2012
  • Pages: 284
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Meet the Author

J.F. Jenkins lives in Minneapolis Minnesota with her husband, son, and two cats. She graduated from Bethel University in 2006 with a degree in Media Communication with minors in both writing and film. When she is not busy writing, she spends her free time playing games, reading, and spending time with her family.
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  • Posted April 5, 2013

    What I liked: the teenagers behaved like actual teenagers the

    What I liked:

    the teenagers behaved like actual teenagers

    the concept of Aliens fighting a war on other planets is interesting.

    Orlando’s wisecracks kept me giggling through out.

    JD let out a sigh of relief. “Things got chaotic in the tunnels.
    Head back to The Apartment and we can compare notes.”
    “We’ll be there soon. Gonna stay back for a few minutes, ”
    Orlando said, joining the conversation.
    “Why?” JD asked.
    “Well, we were kind of busy making out,” he deadpanned.

    Alan’s insecurities made him more human..er..Alien.

    What I didn’t like:

    names of the tribes-even their individual names were so complicated but the tribes were simply named Red,Blue,Green and so on

    needed a little background about the tribes-it may have been provided in the first book of the series which I haven’t read but some information about the tribes was needed in this one.

    a big plot hole-cant the teenagers recognize each other by the cars they use or the clothes they wear? I mean these are teenagers, they notice such things.

    The story engages you from the get go and there’s plenty of action & wisecracks to keep you reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2013

    Nightbird

    Funny and awesome!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2013

    Chapter 6: Safe Once More

    I screamed bloody murder. I lashed out in fear rapidly punching at the mech who startled me. I was pushed to the floor with my hands behind my back. Flashes of what happened went threw my processer. I struggled and screamed"Let me go." "Calm down. Its alright i'm not gonna hurt you. I promise." I still tensed but stayed still. "I'm going to let you go now alright?" I nodded. I was slowly let up from the ground. I steeled my glaze and glared at the mech. "Are you alright now?". I looked away. It had been Optimus who had stood infront of me. "I'm sorry" l whispered. I ran for all that l was worth. I sprinted into my room and dived for my berth. The door locked almost automaticlly after l came in. Soft little drops droped from my face plates. Soft litte knocks came to my door. "Echo...Are you alright in their?", Optimus asked. "Leave me alone", l called back. I heard a sigh before footsteps faded off. I sat their crying or close to it as the humans say. I made whimpering like sounds threw my processer drawing the intrest of Spark. He made soft whimpering sound trjying to cheer me up. Nothing would help. Not now. He snuggled into my lap showing me l was safe. Horrid flash crossed my processer. I flintched slight at times due to it. ~Incoming Call Ratchet~ I didnt know if i should open the comlink or not. Well it was to late to decline before it was forced open.~Echo are you alright? Are you hurt?~ ~Ratchet let me be. I'm fine. Out.~ the comlink disconnected as l looked away. Spark softly licked my finger showing comfert. Vengence came knocking on my door trying to coax me out of the room l resided in. I told him to go away after a while saying l was coming out. Eventally Ironhide came pounding on my door. He blasted my door off then he yanked me out of the room before l could even scream or get away. I was roughly thrown into the common room where all the bots were. I gulped not looking up at anyones face. "Silentecho look up." Optimus said. I slowly looked up with fear. "You are safe their is no reason to hide." My fear was gonna in minutes. I teared up looking back down. "Thank you....for saving me", l whispered. I was bear hugged by everyone even Mr. Grumpy aka Ratchet and the trigger happy mech.

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