Raven's Children

Raven's Children

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by Sabrina Chase
     
 

To-do: rescue everyone.
Everything works on Raven--unlike some ships Moire Cameron crewed on. No excuses left. Somebody created Alan, an eight-year-old boy in an adult body, and she needs to hunt them down and stop them. But others besides him need rescuing, and it requires complete secrecy. Tricky.
Can she destroy the facility and rescue the other created…  See more details below

Overview

To-do: rescue everyone.
Everything works on Raven--unlike some ships Moire Cameron crewed on. No excuses left. Somebody created Alan, an eight-year-old boy in an adult body, and she needs to hunt them down and stop them. But others besides him need rescuing, and it requires complete secrecy. Tricky.
Can she destroy the facility and rescue the other created children? Or will she need to choose?
Continuing the fast-paced adventure of The Long Way Home, the second book of the Sequoyah trilogy adds more mysteries and reveals others in a trademark style of the space frontier.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014932561
Publisher:
Sabrina Chase
Publication date:
07/31/2012
Series:
Sequoyah , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
47,596
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

In search of variety, Sabrina Chase started writing fantasy and science fiction while a graduate student in physics and enjoyed it so much she continued even after getting her degree. Besides science, other interests include restoring old houses, military history, aikido, and inventing a cat-translation device.

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Raven's Children 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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A_Reader_For_Pleasure More than 1 year ago
Well, I just finished the second book and I really enjoyed the story. It was well worth the time it took to find this trilogy among all of the books that are just a waste of time to read. The first two books are well worth the time spent reading them. The plot is what I expected from the first book , but with a few twists that I did not foresee. I look forward to the third book to see if there are a few plot twists that I do not expect. Either way I believe I will enjoy the story as much as I did the first two books.
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Loved it!