Bistro Book Club

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Shantorian by Patrick Carman (2 reviews)

Hope,     15  
Patrick Carman   
Trackers: Book 2; Shantorian   
Scholastic Press    2011 

           Shantorian picks up right where the first book leaves off, with the interrogation of Adam Henderson. Adam is the head of a group of teens focused on inventing and perfecting technology. Known as the Trackers, the four kids have been sucked into a world of lies and deception. They were supposed to be tracking Shantorian, the world’s most elusive and dangerous hacker; but he was tracking them. Blamed for crimes they did not commit and betrayed by ones they trust, this will be the hardest challenge the team has ever faced. They only have each other, but can they even trust that? Adam tells his story armed with a laptop of videos and a photographic memory; but will the FBI believe him? This was a thrilling read full of twists and turns that keep you guessing until the last page.   

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book
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Jack, 12
Patrick Carman
Shantorian
scholastic press 2011

I LOVED these books because of the group of trackers.They were inviting and the story was AMAZING!I just did not think before picking this book up that it would be this good!

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book

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