Meteorite Strike by A.G. Taylor
  

Meteorite Strike

Written by A.G. Taylor

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Shortlisted for the Waterstone's Book Award 2010

An action-packed science fiction adventure unfolds at a cracking pace following the crashing of a plane after a meteor strike. Robert and Sarah survive the alien virus which strikes thousands of others but find themselves imbued with special scientific powers instead. Now they are in danger of being recruited by a rogue international agency who wants to use their special skills to their own ruthless ends. This is the first in a proposed series.

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Meteorite Strike by A.G. Taylor

Sarah and Robert are sure their number is up when their aeroplane crashes over the Australian desert. But this is no ordinary air disaster. A meteorite strike has impacted Earth, bringing with it a deadly alien disease. Thousands fall victim to the virus, falling into a deep coma. Luckily, Robert and Sarah appear to be unaffected - until they begin to exhibit some extraordinary psychic side-effects. This quickly makes them a target for HIDRA, a rogue international agency determined to experiment on them like lab rats in an attempt to control their superpowers. Before long, the children are captured in HIDRA's secret desert HQ, a prison for superhuman kids who can control fire, create storms and tear steel with their minds. This new generation of superheroes must join forces if they are to escape HIDRA. But what kind of world awaits them outside?

About the Author

A.G. Taylor

I was born in New Zealand, but grew up in Norfolk, England. Since then I’ve lived all over: South Korea, Poland, Australia - even some really exotic locations like Nottingham and Sheffield. The list goes on.

Yes, for the last 10 years I’ve been living the glamorous, thrilling and sometimes unhygienic life of a jet-setting teacher...

I never gave up on my dream of becoming a published writer. Now, thanks to some very nice people at Usborne, my first book - Meteorite Strike - is being published in January, 2010 with the sequel - Alien Storm - to follow later in the year.

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Format

Paperback
336 pages

Author

A.G. Taylor
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Author's Website

www.agtaylor.net

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

29th January 2010

ISBN

9781409508571

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