Charlie thinks he's a pretty normal guy, until someone breaks into his room one night and reveals that everything he's ever thought about anything is wrong.
- His parents are boring nope they're actually highly skilled computer hackers with a history of radical action
- He has no special talents nah he's been jacked up with the Jekyll serum, making him near enough a super hero (minus the spandex)
- The world is basically a good and predictable place wrong again there's an evil corporation determined to bring on THE END OF THE WORLD... and kill him
- The person who broke into his room is weird OK, that one is true. But Daffodil (not her real name) has a bossy, all-powerful artificial intelligence attached to her brain stem which is bound to make anyone a little different.
In this pacey, ironic thriller, brilliant dialogue meets slapstick fight scenes, in a teen version of Christopher Brookmyre, and the question of who's controlling whom is startlingly, hilariously and constantly revised.
|Product dimensions:||5.10(w) x 7.80(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 16 Years|
About the Author
J. A. Henderson is an award-winning author of fiction, and non-fiction, for children and young adults. Originally from Dundee, Scotland, he now splits his time between Brisbane, Australia and Edinburgh, Scotland, where he runs the award-winning 'City of the Dead' ghost tours. Jan won a Royal Mail Book Award for teen thriller Bunker 10.