S. T. O. R. M. - The Infinity Code by E Young

S. T. O. R. M. - The Infinity Code

Written by E Young

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Another debut author this month and one we’re delighted to be able to introduce to you. A secret organization, three teenagers who are almost too clever for their own good, a psychopath and, a boy who has just lost all he holds dear are brought together to face down the enemy. Crossing continents in pursuit of a psychopath and a world-threatening weapon this is high-octane adventure and conspiracy at its best.


S. T. O. R. M. - The Infinity Code by E Young

In just a few days, Will Knight lost everyone he cared about and his world is falling apart. Then he's invited to join the secret organization, S.T.O.R.M. He doesn't know anything about them, but they know all about him - particularly his talent for inventing gadgets. S.T.O.R.M is the brainchild of fourteen-year-old software billionaire, 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 S.T.O.R.M 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 S.T.O.R.M. face down the enemy and can Will face the uncomfortable family secrets that their actions uncover?

About the Author

E Young
Emma Young is a New Scientist journalist who is an expert in the subject of space/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 London.

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Pan Macmillan

Publication date

5th January 2007




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