The Set Up
Publish date: June 9th 2009
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's
Pages no: 279
Edition language: English
Series: Medusa Project (#1)
This is obviously targeted towards a younger audience so I should not have been reading it. It's just a book and what you read is what you get. The characters are stereotypical and the dialogue between them generic and boring. Occasionally funny, but predictable. I'll admit, I skipped a lot of pages...
This book was recommended to me by my 14 year old sister, Chelsey, and I found it an easy and relatively enjoyable read. I started and finished it within just a few hours.The story is good, typical of young-adult science-fiction really. I enjoyed it but it wasn't unlike a million other books in this...
I first heard about The Medusa Project via Twitter and after a quick bit of Googling I discovered what the mysterious Medusa Project was all about. Four teenagers. A government experiment. Psychic powers.I was immediately left wanting more, and the little goodies I received on occassion from S&S did...
When Nico Rafael learns he has telekinetic abilities, he figures he can use them to score some cash and impress a girl. But nothing's ever that simple. In the womb, his umbilical cord was injected with the Medusa gene...and it caused a cancer that killed his mother when Nico was young. The people in...
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