Arrival

Arrival

Book - 2012
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Luke is having a rough year. When his parents split up, his mum drags him to Phoenix, a brand-new town in the middle of nowhere. But Phoenix is no ordinary town. There are no cars, no phones and no internet. Then he discovers that someone is plotting to wipe out the human race. Phoenix is suddenly the safest and most dangerous place on earth. And the clock is already ticking.
Publisher: Tulsa, Okla. : Kane Miller, 2012
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9781610670913
1610670914
Characteristics: 295 p. ; 20 cm

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ALEXANDRA21
Jul 14, 2013

I LOVED THIS BOOK IT WAS VERY INTRIGUING AND I COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN!!!

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hamberger1888
Nov 20, 2012

great book couldn't stop reading a must read!

zackids Jul 12, 2011

What would you do if you found out there were only 100 days until the end of the world?

When Luke and his mum move to the town of Phoenix, out in the middle of nowhere, Luke knows straight away that something isn't quite right about the place. There are no cars, no phones and no internet. All the houses look the same and the only way to get around the town is to walk or bike. The town was especially built by the Shackleton Cooperative, the mysterious company that offered Luke's mum a job, and their security officers roam the streets. A coded message brings Luke together with Peter and Jordan, and when they decipher the message they realise they're in serious danger. Someone is plotting to wipe out the human race in under 100 days and suddenly Phoenix is the safest and most dangerous place on earth. When Luke discovers a note in his backpack inviting them to a secret meeting at the Phoenix Airport, they hope that they'll get some answers. Their meeting at the airport gives them more questions than answers and as they hunt for information about Phoenix and the deadly plans,

Arrival is the first book in the action-packed, heart-stopping Phoenix Files series. It's one of those books that you just have to keep reading to find out what happens. It grabs you from the very first page and doesn't let you go until the end. You're left with lots of unanswered questions about Phoenix and the Shackleton Co-operation, but this just makes you want to go and pick up the next book straight away. Luckily there are 4 books already released (and in the library) of this 6 book series so I can read them all before Fallout gets released next year. The Phoenix Files are perfect for those who like mystery, adventure, thrills, or books about secret agencies and the end of the world. If you like Michael Grant's Gone series, then you'll love The Phoenix Files.

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hamberger1888
Nov 20, 2012

hamberger1888 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over

zackids Jul 12, 2011

zackids thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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