Shantorian

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Scholastic Inc., 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 169 pages
3 Reviews
Bestselling author Patrick Carman pushes the book to the next level with this thrilling multimedia experience.

In the 21st-century landscape of bits and bytes, everyone leaves a digital footprint-even the most advanced cyber criminals. And that's where the Trackers come in. Four tech-savvy kids armed with high-tech video cameras and esoteric coding skills, the Trackers can find almost anyone, anywhere.

Told through a collage of videos, text, and websites, Trackers #2 follows Adam, Finn, Lewis, and Emily as they move closer to Shantorian, the world's most dangerous hacker. Or at least, that's who they think they're tracking. As the four move deeper into the path they've found online, they need to find out if they're the ones tracking down a hacker, or being hunted themselves.

 

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User Review  - lkmuir - LibraryThing

Using sophisticated technology and impressive coding skills to track down advanced cyber criminals, four savvy teens close in on a dangerous hacker before realizing that they are being led into a trap, in a story told through a collage of video segments, text, and website postings. Read full review

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User Review  - engpunk77 - LibraryThing

Exciting and satisfying second and final (I'm assuming) novel in the Trackers series. This was short enough that it most certainly should have been in Trackers 1 instead of making it a 2-book series, but clever marketing tactic. Awesome novel for techie kids. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Patrick Carman is the bestselling author of numerous series for young readers, including The Land of Elyon, Elliot's Park, Skeleton Creek, Atherton, Trackers, Dark Eden, and 3:15. He got his start as a storyteller weaving bedtime tales for his two daughters. He lives in Walla Walla, Washington, with his family.