STORM: The Black Sphere: The Black Sphere

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Penguin, Mar 5, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
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Six of the world?s leading scientists were at work on a top-secret assignment?Project FIREball. Now fi ve of them are dead, and one is on the run. He carries with him plans for a world-changing technology?one the CIA, MI6, and a ruthless megalomaniac will stop at nothing to obtain. Will, Andrew, and Gaia, the teen geniuses of STORM, join the high-stakes manhunt, racing to the Swiss Alps and into mortal danger, as they enter the heart of the Black Sphere.

Armed robotic eagles, laser-fi ring Frisbees, hightech surveillance roaches?STORM is back in their third high-speed, high-adrenaline adventure. E. L. Young, science journalist and master of suspense, bases all the science, technology, and gadgets in this story on real-life research, patents, and inventions.

 

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22 PM
Malet Street London WC1
The Junction Pool River Tweed Scotland
STASIS Headquarters Sutton Hall Oxfordshire
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30 PM
Hotel Lindrick River Tweed
Fortnum and Mason London July 19
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Emma Young is a New Scientist journalist who is an expert in the subject of space and space travel. She is a former journalist at the Guardian and BBC News Online and has contributed to several books and magazines, including Rough Guides and Tomorrow's World magazine. She lives in Australia.

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