A sequel to the hugely popular Million Dollar Gift. A search for a missing child and the dangers it uncovers takes Ross Bentley to the darkest place he’s ever been. He must face danger and great grief and learn to harness his powers to face down his greatest nemesis yet.
Ross Bentley has powerful supernatural gifts: he can bend matter with only his thoughts, and predict the future with amazing accuracy.
But this doesn't stop him feeling alone and miserable when he's cut off from family and friends, stuck in a remote farmhouse with Hunter, the Guild-member tasked with protecting and training him.
Suddenly the monotony is broken - Hunter is summoned by the Guild. A gifted child has been kidnapped. Hunter needs to track her down, and he has no choice but to take Ross with him. The search for the missing child, and the dangers it uncovers, take Ross to the darkest place he's ever been. He must face danger and great grief and learn to harness his powers to face down his greatest nemesis yet …
really well written
easy to read and understand
characters were really well thought out
would give it 10 out of 5 because it was amazing!
packed with action, tension and adventure
Somers has created a well-drawn hero in Ross Bentley, and a storyline that is both thoughtful and dramatic
never a dull page in this thrilling read for ages 12+
if you are a fan of Young James Bond series by Charlie Higson, or Anthony Horowitz' Alex Rider series, I highly recommend this
a fast-paced roller-coaster of a book
Somers follows up the enjoyable Million Dollar Gift with an even better sequel
Ross is one of my favourite lead characters
significantly above most action books of this type
action-packed series well worth reading
an exciting thriller … a satisfactory sequel to Million Dollar Gift
a fantastic new thriller for ages 12+
this is non-stop adrenalin-pumping action and not to be missed
fans of Ian Somers’ first novel, Million Dollar Gift, of which there are many, will be delighted to see his hero Ross Bentley back in a new adventure
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