Fourth World: Book One in the Missing Link Trilogy

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Apr 18, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 336 pages
26 Reviews
The first book in a trilogy about terrifying genetic experiments.

Danny is different. He's slower than other kids his age, and prone to violent outbursts. But when Danny runs off to find his biological mother, his older stepbrother Christie impulsively follows him. Along the way the two boys are joined by a runaway girl, a bird, and a dog that can speak to humans. However, nothing can prepare them for what they learn when they finally locate Danny's mother at her laboratory, Fourth World. It seems Danny's mother has been performing experiments-secret experiments-with terrifying genetic significance...
  

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Review: Fourth World (Missing Link #1)

User Review  - Kellie - Goodreads

So this book came in a HPB YA Book Box and I was intrigued by the cover and the front flap of the story. I liked the relationships of the step brothers in the beginning and the story telling voice of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cathleen Ash - Goodreads

Okay, it took me a while to figure out that Christie was a guy - it's an Ireland thing, I guess! It sure made a whole lot more sense thinking of him as a brother! I was thoroughly enjoying the book ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Kate Thompson lives in Yorkshire, England, where she writes novels for children. She has twice been awarded the Bisto Book of the Year Award by Children's Books Ireland.

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