It's a brave new world. In the far future, people no longer know what to believe...Did Kyle Straker ever exist? Or were his prophecies of human upgrades nothing more than a hoax? Peter Vincent is nearly 16, and has never thought about the things that Strakerites believe. His father - David... show more
It's a brave new world. In the far future, people no longer know what to believe...Did Kyle Straker ever exist? Or were his prophecies of human upgrades nothing more than a hoax? Peter Vincent is nearly 16, and has never thought about the things that Strakerites believe. His father - David Vincent, creator of the artificial bees that saved the world's crops - made sure of that. When the Strakerites pronounce that another upgrade is imminent, Peter starts to uncover a conspiracy amongst the leaders of the establishment, a conspiracy that puts him into direct conflict with his father. But it's not a good idea to pick a fight with someone who controls all the artificial bees in the world.
Publish date: May 12th 2012
Publisher: Egmont Book
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Speculative Fiction
Series: Point 4 (#2)
This book was a little disappointing when compared to Human.4. It took me till about halfway through before I really got into it. This was a super fast read for me, only took about a couple of hours. The characters were a little weak for me but the premise and plot were really good. I loved the endi...
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Peter Vincent has lived his life trying to please his father. He takes extra science courses, follows every rule, and doesn’t question authority. But lately, he has spent more time disconnected to the Link than on it and when he meets Alpha, his whole world is thrown off its axis. Suddenly every ...
This review can be seen here at Books and Swoons .***I received an egalley of this book from Egmont USA through NetGalley but it did not influence this review in any way.***This book was a quick read and while I felt like the plot goes at an easy pace, for some reason it took me a while to finish it...
The GoodThe creation of a myth. I love how the author references the previous book through a group called the "Strakerites" that believe the tapes produced regarding the original software upgrade for humanity are real. The author created his own myth that the new characters could then choose to bel...
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