S.T.O.R.M. 1: The Infinity Code

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Pan Macmillan UK, Apr 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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In just a few days Will Knight lost everyone he cared about and his world is falling apart. Then he's invited to join secret organization STORM. He doesn't know anything about them, but they know all about him - particularly his talent for inventing gadgets.

STORM is the brainchild of fourteen-year-old software millionaire Andrew. Other members are Caspian Baraban, a brilliant astrophysicist with an immense ego, and Gaia, a chemistry genius who loves blowing things up. But when Caspian's father is abducted, evidence suggests he and Caspian have created a world-threatening weapon.

Will leads STORM in pursuit from Paris to St Petersburg and finally face to face with a psychopath. Armed with three brilliant brains, iron courage and a remote-controlled rat, can STORM face down the enemy and can Will face the uncomfortable family secrets that their actions uncover?

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STORM: The Infinity Code

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Will's father is dead, and his mother has returned to Russia to grieve, leaving him in the care of a family friend in London. Smart, inventive and a loner by nature, Will is discontented with his new ... Read full review

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User Review  - chibimajo - LibraryThing

Four teenaged geniuses come together to form "STORM" in the hopes that their brilliant minds can help make a difference in the world. Though reluctant at first, their first mission quickly leads to a ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

E L Young is an award-winning science journalist and writer, who currently works in Sydney as the Editor for New Scientist magazine. She loves her job and having the chance to find out about the latest science and technology. She likes living in different places. In Cairo she lived for a while in a grand apartment that was plagued with indestructible cockroaches and spent most of her time outside. In Sydney she spends her spare time sailing, swimming and learning Italian.

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