Invasion

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Harper Collins, Nov 14, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 336 pages
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He didn't ask to be a hero, but now all that stands between us and chaos . . . is Colt.

Colt McAlister was having the summer of his life. He spent his days surfing and his nights playing guitar on the beach with friends. He even met a girl and got his first car. But everything changes when his parents are killed in a freak accident.

He's forced to leave his old life behind and move to Arizona with his grandfather. The only person he knows at the new high school is a childhood friend named Dani. And Oz, a guy he's sure he's never met but who is strangely familiar.

But what if his parents' death wasn't an accident? His mother, an investigative reporter, was going to expose a secret mind-control program run by one of the world's largest companies. Before she could release the story, what if agents from Trident Biotech made sure she couldn't go public?

Vowing to uncover truth, Colt is drawn into a secret world of aliens, shapeshifters, flying motorcycles, and invisible getaways.

The invasion has begun.

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A clean superhero adventure

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About the author (2011)

Jon Lewis is Professor of English at Oregon State University where he has taught film and cultural studies since 1983. His books include "Whom God Wishes to Destroy ... Francis Coppola and the New Hollywood, The Road to Romance and Ruin: Teen Films and Youth Culture", and (as editor) "The New American Cinema".

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