Holding the Fort: The Fatal Error

Holding the Fort: The Fatal Error

by Ryan Peek
Holding the Fort: The Fatal Error

Holding the Fort: The Fatal Error

by Ryan Peek

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Overview

In a secret military town tucked away deep in the Wyoming forest, a small group of young teens wakes up to find everyone missing. Ethan Tate and his team - including his best friend, his bully, and the girl of his dreams - must band together to solve the mystery, survive an onslaught, and fight back using their unique skills honed during countless hours in the woods playing Laser Wars.

Something went very wrong at Blackwoods Military Research Facility in the late-night hours of June 14. One of the special Top-Secret projects the military scientists were working on decided it didn't want to be kept secret anymore. They think, they learn, they feel, and now they're angry. Ethan had a summer school project due the week everyone disappeared. It was on "The Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Future."

Now, a relentless mechanical menace was stalking them. Yeah...robots.

How ironic.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781735706023
Publisher: Pebbyville Press
Publication date: 08/03/2021
Series: Holding the Fort , #1
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.89(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Ryan Peek is the author of the Young Adult Sci-Fi book series Holding the Fort. The first book in the series, The Fatal Error, is a story based on an idea he's had for a long time. Or possibly, it's based on the true story of him and his friends thwarting a robot rebellion while living near a secret military research facility during the summer before eighth grade. Either way, whatever you believe, he hopes this book teaches you never to turn your back on the machines. The author lives in Indiana with his wife, Erika, and two genius cats who always knew better than to ever trust the machines...especially the vacuum. www.ryanpeek.com
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