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by A. D. Croucher

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Overview

Altered by A. D. Croucher

Reese has a plan: keep his grades up, work hard on the basketball court, apply to his favorite Ivy League college, and don't get arrested.

There's just one problem.

Reese knows things no one should know. He always thought he just had good instincts, but he's noticed that it's been getting worse. Lately it seems like something else.

Something more than instinct.

And he's not the only one that has noticed.

They've been waiting.

Watching.

And now it's time.

With his life in danger, Reese needs a new plan: escape.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014954464
Publisher: Darren Croucher
Publication date: 07/16/2012
Series: Altered Sequence , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 220
Sales rank: 1,095,745
File size: 310 KB

About the Author

A.D. Croucher is actually two writers who write YA novels. We like to think of A.D. Croucher as our superhero identity. Or our band.

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Altered 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MEGolden19 More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Although this isn't the deepest mystery I've ever read, I really enjoyed this book. The characters, especially Reese, are engaging, memorable, and highly developed. The plot is excellent, with expertly timed twists, fantastic pacing, and great dialogue. It's a fast read- perfect for those who like action, mystery, and just a hint of science-fiction weirdness. I'll definitely be reading the sequel, and so should you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thanks to NetGalley I was able to preview this book and offer a review.  Appropriate for high school students and boys may enjoy due to the sci-fi angle, this book is at times slow-paced when progressing through the storyline.  The beginning took a while to finally progress to what the story was really about with some unnecessary dialogue and characters and situations that weren't important to the plot.  Towards the end, it seems rushed to have a semi-conclusion to the characters' situation and to prepare the reader for the sequel.  The fact that there weren't any grammatical errors to distract the reader from enjoying the book was a big plus.