A Cage of Butterflies
"We're like a new toy... or a new energy source, and they're just playing with us, experimenting. Working out what we can do. What they can do with us." Mikki and the others live at "the farm" - an advanced learning facility, a think-tank for a bunch of young people with very high IQs. But what is really going on at the farm? And what about the five much younger children known as the Babies, frail as butterflies?
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This was one of my favourite books when I was at school, but on revisiting it, I found it clunkier than I remembered - it's not one of this author’s best. That said, I still think it's enjoyable. The ... Read full review
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PROLOGUE A Beginning and an End
PART ONE The Other Side of the Glass
The Other Side of the Glass
A Much Bigger Pond
PART TWO A Kind of Freedom
The Key to the Inside
Ears and Eyes
Point of No Return
EPILOGUE An End and a Beginning