At the cliff-hanger ending of Sean, Tate loses the scanner, the very thing he was fighting to protect, which his father had called the key to human survival. Tate doesn't have much time to worry about it because he needs to ensure that he and Christina are safe. His father left him one last thing that can do just that - a safe house, which turns out to be a clue to what's really threatening the planet. The Sicarii, a parasitic race, the same parasitic race that invaded the H2 planet four hundred years ago, has designs on Earth. This forces an uneasy alliance between the Fifty and the Core. Together they unite in the fight of their lives against an enemy they are only beginning to understand.
- Paperback | 368 pages
- 139 x 210 x 23mm | 367.41g
- 03 May 2016
- Penguin Putnam Inc
- United States
About Sarah Fine
Sarah Fine is a child psychologist and the author of several books for teens and adults. Walter Jury works in the film industry.Burn is his second novel."
Praise for "Burn" It is impossible not to be caught up in this thrilling and intense escapade. "School Library Journal""The pacing is tight and tense throughout, and the writing is always cinematic... Unlikely alliances and paranoia... will keep readers guessing... A cover-to-cover thrill ride." "Kirkus Reviews " A satisfying conclusion to a fun and very wild ride. "Booklist " The highly anticipated sequel to "Scan" does not disappoint. From page one, the mystery and action start off with a bang and only escalate "VOYA" The lightning pace sends readers careening into danger from the start a tight, fully realized conclusion. "BCCB" "From the Hardcover edition.""