Fourteen years ago, scientist William Fox implanted four babies with the Medusa gene - a gene for psychic abilities. At times, I felt as though the author underestimated the readers intelligence, primarily because of the targeted age group. She know that Nico loves her, and she still goes and flirts with this new guy. Only one more book in this series to go now! Overall this qualifies as a book marginally above average but some horifically written passages left me wanting to throw this into a fire. It ended on a litte bit of a cliffhanger - if I hadn't already read the last book I would be dying to read it! The first edition of this novel was published in June 9th 2011, and was written by Sophie McKenzie.
Among these are her Missing, Blood Ties, and Medusa series, all of which have received literary awards. About Sophie Mckenzie Sophie McKenzie was born and brought up in London, where she still lives with her teenage son. In order to find evidence of their innocence they have to travel to the other side of the world — but even there they meet with betrayal and double cross. Now the children are teenagers - and unaware that their psychic powers are about to kick in. We do not guarantee that these techniques will work for you or not.
I also found Nico more annoying in this book, but for me this does fit with his character because I do find him to be the type of person that would annoy me, but he definitely redeems himself in the end of the book. Will Nico live with his stepdad or his real dad if Avery doesn't die? Double-Cross is from Nico's perspective this time, which at the start was quite annoy with his overuse of 'babe', but once he got over that and the action started it was enjoyable. They have to come to terms with the fact that they are both genetic clones, but still their own, unique person. It turns out I had a lot more to say than I'd thought. I would highly recommend this book to any middle schooler or high schooler. The book started quickly, and there were no slow parts in the book, and because of this it was a book that was very easy to read. It was very exciting, with events happening very close to each other and with no boring bits at all.
Sophie McKenzie's The Hunted 5 from the series called The Medusa project is a very sad, exciting, scary, and cliff hanging book. Her books also strive to make sense of the very real-world issue of good versus evil, which in reality is never as cut and dry as seen in most fiction stories. I thought having the chapters from differant character's points of view, like in the last book, but it wasn't something I would have noticed if I hadn't read the last book before tis one. And something else — the possibility that they may not be the only Medusa teens. The concept was interesting, so I gave it a go and it turned out that the execution didn't complement the idea. Also McKenzie added in some new character which gave this series some much needed refreshing and not knowing how the people think.
The Medusa Series also handles the issues of self-identity and self-discovery while portraying the gritty, real nature of right and wrong. Many people reading this series will be left with an intriguing question as they close each book. » » Sophie McKenzie started working as a copywriter for an advertising industry after his discharge from the military. It was narrated by Nico, one of the taken from my book review blog: I enjoyed every other book in this series, and I was glad I finally managed to read this :. The story dragged in places.
I'm really excited right now because of. Sophie McKenzie was born and raised in London, where she continues to live. Further reading suggestion: This is the fifth volume in the Medusa series: check out Bookbag's reviews of , and. I'm really excited right now because of. After comparing nearly identical pictures of herself and the missing girl, she contacts authorities in the U. Theo never goes anywhere without a body guard appointed to protect him by his mother.
Particularly useful is the fact that like any other teenager Nico spends a good deal of time brooding over his romantic problems, giving us plenty of opportunities to look back and see how the group got to this point although you may find you want to give him a good smack now and again for being such a jerk! The book was published in multiple languages including English language, consists of 229 pages and is available in Paperback format. Avery gets shot in the fight. Based on the blurb, I knew I wasn't in for much of an original story but I had hoped it was going to be more enjoyable and intriguing, which, I'm sad to say, it wasn't. Her library of books and book series have received many literary awards and a loyal fan base of readers. Little did she know at the time that her love of English would blossom into a successful writing career later in life.
However, she feels that it is important to her journey of self discovery to get to know her birth family and their history. Double-Cross was still written fairly simple and straight-forwards with most of the plot being predictable, bar a few exceptions. The work of Sophie McKenzie serves to inspire teenagers going through identity crises, trying to discover who they are and who they are going to become as adults. I found myself wanting to skip a few chapters but I soldiered on as I did see the potential of what it could be, and I was hoping and waiting for that something that would encourage me to pick up the next books in the series. It was an okay read, but it could have been so much more.
Narrated by Nico, Double-Cross is full of telekinetic action as the Medusa Project team arrive in Sydney, Australia, for another exciting mission - and come face-to-face with two more Medusa teens: Cal, a boy who can fly, and Amy, a girl who can shapeshift. Becoming a member of the LoveReading4Kids community is free. Blood Ties, the first book in another critically acclaimed series by Sophie McKenzie tells a thrilling story of deception and intrigue, following two characters, Theo and Rachel. I also liked the cover of this book and others in the series - the cover has an action packed feel to it, which suits the book. Just send us an and we'll put the best up on the site. The book started quickly, and there were no slow parts in the book, and because of this it was a book that was very easy to read.