Go Big or Go Home

Go Big or Go Home

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A meteorite is hurtling toward the Black Hills of South Dakota. . . .

Brady Steele's love for all things extreme is given a boost when a fireball crashes through the roof of his house. It turns out that Brady's space rock is one of the rarest meteorites ever found. In fact, a professor from a nearby museum wants to study it in search of extraterrestrial bacteria, hoping to discover the first proof of life beyond Earth.

During a wild week of extreme bicycling, fishing, and caving, Brady discovers he's able to do strange and wonderful feats that shouldn't be possible. At the same time, he's developing some frightening symptoms. Could he be infected with long-dormant microbes from space Is his meteorite a prize . . . or a menace
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Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 129 x 193 x 11mm | 146g
  • New South Wales, Australia
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0060741430
  • 9780060741433

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"Hobbs is in great form here...mysterious and compelling-the pace moves along swiftly...powerful."--Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) "Offering something to tantalize nearly every boyish taste, this title is a great choice for reluctant readers."--School Library Journal "This fast-moving tale by an author known for exciting survival stories...is full of sports action...intriguing."--KLIATT "With convincing, first-person narration, a fast pace and plenty of suspense, this is a welcome addition to Hobbs's extremely reader-pleasing work."--Kirkus Reviews
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About Will Hobbs

Will Hobbs is the award-winning author of nineteen novels, including Far North, Crossing the Wire, and Take Me to the River.

Never Say Die began with the author's eleven-day raft trip in 2003 down the Firth River on the north slope of Canada's Yukon Territory. Ever since, Will has been closely following what scientists and Native hunters are reporting about climate change in the Arctic. When the first grolar bear turned up in the Canadian Arctic, he began to imagine one in a story set on the Firth River.

A graduate of Stanford University, Will lives with his wife, Jean, in Durango, Colorado.
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Rating details

904 ratings
3.53 out of 5 stars
5 24% (219)
4 27% (241)
3 31% (284)
2 13% (121)
1 4% (39)
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