It's Seckry Sevenstars' second year at Estergate Institute, and things are already shaping up to be just as eventful as the first; a revolting looking Nasty has appeared in the Food Grabber machine, a new lesson called fringe science has been added to his timetable, Mrs Cutson is acting more sadistic than ever, and two exchange students from Norsegate have arrived, causing trouble and provoking Seckry and his friends.
On top of this, the twenty eighth Friction Mega Meltdown is fast approaching, and Seckry can't wait to transform into Anikam so he can revenge on Norsegate in the best way possible - by winning the trophy for the second year in a row! But with a major update having just been implemented, can Seckry and his teammates adapt quickly enough to outwit their opponents and capture the win?
With homework mounting and Friction training at its most intense, Seckry has very little time for distractions, but Kevan Kayne, thought to be dead, has appeared in the city, and suddenly, Seckry is forced to rethink everything he knew about Eiya's existence. Also, after realising that the blank birthday card last year was actually from his father, he cannot help but try to uncover the truth behind his mysterious disappearance, and in his quest for answers, Seckry unearths long forgotten secrets buried within the school grounds.
Secrets that will change his life forever.
Get ready to join Seckry and friends for another epic adventure in this thrilling sequel to the bestselling City of the Falling Sky.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Honestly, the best sequel i have ever read before!!! I cannot believe how the book sucked me in from the very beginning! A must read, especially aftet the first book. Great read, and i highly recommend it to everyone :)
This book is great! Really an interesting read, the game Friction sounds really fun, and really, really, made me jealous! I rate this book 5 stars for being the perfect length and an action packed book about Love, Evil, Crazy Scientists, and man-made teleporters!
Really great read. Captures the imagination and the writing helps you feel as if you are the characters.