Carolrhoda Lab ®, 1. jan. 2012 - 400 sider
Love The Hunger Games? Action-adventure thrillers with a dystopian twist? BZRK (Berserk) by Michael Grant, New York Times best-selling author of the GONE series, ramps up the action and suspense to a whole new level of excitement.
Stone pulled his earbuds out. “Where are we stopping first?” he asked his father.
“We'll refuel in San Francisco and pick up a second pilot. Then I have a brief
meeting in Hokkaido, and it's on to Singapore.” He said it without looking up from
Stone was pulled against the bulkhead by gravity. The pad fell from his father's
lap. Grey's FAIRLY DECENT DAD mug scooted across the table and toppled
over to roll down the aisle. “What the hell?” Grey demanded. There was an
Stone pushed himself back from the instrument panel and somehow found the
stick with his right hand and pulled hard. Kelly turned to look at him. Like Stone's
action was puzzling to her. Like she was amazed to find him there. With dreamy ...
Just wiring, connecting image to action. Anyone could have done it. But could
they have done it as fast? Could they have wired the pilot's brain in three days?
And set her up to have a switch thrown as dramatically as this? Hell, no. He
this? Hell, no. He pulled his left hand from the glove. Then his right hand. They
came free with a slight sucking sound. And with his hands freed he reached up
and worked the tight helmet off his head. Had to get that back strap adjusted right.
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LibraryThing ReviewBrukerevaluering - selinalynn69 - LibraryThing
it is a little heavy on the science but once you could understand the life and duties of nanobots and biots it becomes a bit easier. Lots of action and a pretty interesting story. I still wish I would have had a bit more info on the brother in the mental ward though. Les hele vurderingen
LibraryThing ReviewBrukerevaluering - Jellyn - LibraryThing
More of a techno-thriller than typical YA sf. It was gory and had excessive swearing in it. It didn't hook me and I just didn't see the point of continuing past page 66. Les hele vurderingen