Genius Squad

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Allen & Unwin, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 444 pages
24 Reviews
Sometimes, when it comes to fighting evil, one genius just isn't enough.

Cadel Piggott's been having a hard time since he chose to be good rather than evil. He doesn't know where he was born. He doesn't know who his father is. And he's under constant threat from Prosper English - the criminal mastermind he helped to put in gaol.

Will Genius Squad be the answer to all Cadel's prayers? Or is he right to question their motives? Deciding what's good and bad is more difficult than Cadel could ever have imagined ...

Praise for Evil Genius, winner 2006 Davitt Award (Young Adult):

'Highly original ... Imagine Harry Potter brought up by Lord Voldemort, and you have some idea.' - Jane Sullivan, the Age

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Genius Squad is an exciting page turner. - Goodreads
And the ending was just . . . syrup. - Goodreads
And I don't like books ending in syrup. - Goodreads

Review: Genius Squad (Genius #2)

User Review  - Molly Pruett - Goodreads

The first book was so amazing! I thought it would be a sure thing the second book would compare, but unfortunately no. The book lags in almost everything! And while I loved Sonja in the first book, it ... Read full review

Review: Genius Squad (Genius #2)

User Review  - Coyora Dokusho - Goodreads

It was really good! I can't wait to start the next book!!! The characters are really interesting and the plot was so good as well. I feel like it has a great depth of emotional realism. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Catherine Jinks was born in Brisbane in 1963 and grew up in Sydney and Papua New Guinea. She became a writer because she loves reading, and also loves history, films, TV and gossip. She has a BA (Hons) in medieval history and gets her ideas from everywhere, particularly good science fiction films. Catherine writes whenever she gets a moment and could write for eight hours straight if she had the chance. She lives in the Blue Mountains in NSW and is married with one daughter. The author of many award-winning, popular books for children and adults, her most recent books for children include Evil Genius and the much-awaited Pagan's Daughter.

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