Justice (The Lawless Trilogy, Book 2)

Justice (The Lawless Trilogy, Book 2)

by Jeffrey Salane


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School is out and the hunt is on in the pulse-pounding, globe-trotting sequel to Lawless!

M Freeman thought she had finally found a place where she belonged: the Lawless School, where the children of master criminals trained to become master criminals themselves. But now that life is behind her. Faced with the existence of a weapon that could threaten all life on Earth, M Freeman is ready to fight the good fight for a change. That means joining the Fulbright Academy. But is M their student or their prisoner? Can she and her friends really abandon their criminal ways to become champions of law and order? In a fast-paced, globe-spanning adventure perfect for fans of The Genius Files and NERDS, M and her crew follow the clues to one inescapable conclusion:It's time for M to take the law into her own hands.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780545450317
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 03/31/2015
Series: The Lawless Trilogy
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.30(d)
Lexile: 880L (what's this?)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Jeffrey Salane grew up in Columbia, South Carolina, but moved north to study in Massachusetts and New York City. After spending many years playing in many bands, he now works as an editor and writer, and lives with his family in Brooklyn. Visit him at jeffreysalane.com.

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From JUSTICE:The helicopter lifted higher into the snowy sky as M toppled through the open air, end over end. It was like a nightmare, but her eyes were wide open, watching the blisteringly white ground swap places with the clouds and back again.Then her training kicked in. M clipped her arms and legs together to stop rolling uncontrollably through the sky. Aiming her straightened body like an arrow, she focused on the tarmac, which was sprinting toward her with an unforgiving force. She went over the landing in her mind: feet first, knees slightly bent, find the softest patch of snow and roll forward on impact.It was still going to hurt.

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