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Hacking the Mission
     

Hacking the Mission

by Peter McLennan
 

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Fourteen-year-old Jason can't say no when Emma from school asks for his help to stop a logging company. But Jason's behaviour takes a turn for the worse after he receives some bad news, and he gets into a serious clash with the loggers. Curiously, the loggers don’t react as expected.

Things get even stranger when weird computer glitches suggest the

Overview

Fourteen-year-old Jason can't say no when Emma from school asks for his help to stop a logging company. But Jason's behaviour takes a turn for the worse after he receives some bad news, and he gets into a serious clash with the loggers. Curiously, the loggers don’t react as expected.

Things get even stranger when weird computer glitches suggest the loggers are up to something. Using his computer smarts, Jason starts to investigate but it isn't long before he runs into technical difficulties.

Luckily that mightn't matter because Emma's father has discovered something that brings the logging to a halt. But when Jason gets computer help from a surprising source, he makes a shocking discovery of his own that makes him wonder whether he should stay on Emma's side or quit the fight altogether. Unfortunately, getting the evidence he needs will require more bad behaviour.

A lot more.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940152435214
Publisher:
Peter McLennan
Publication date:
02/13/2016
Series:
Who Will Save the Planet? , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
12 Years

Meet the Author

Peter McLennan served for 28 years in the Royal Australian Air Force, where he focused on strategic planning. He has tertiary qualifications in engineering, information science and government, and a PhD in planning for uncertainty. He has had several non-fiction titles published. Peter now writes fiction from his home in Canberra, Australia. His hobbies include playing computer games badly and developing software badly.

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