THREADER

THREADER

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Welcome to the Helios Academy: evolve or die

It's the year 2050 and life is increasingly hard for 'non-citizens'. A slowly emerging young minority has been exposed as 'talents' they harbour mutations that give them special gifts - super strength, regenerative powers, psychic gifts or the ability to sink through shadows and travel through time and space. As governments unite to form a global talent registry and powerful corporations step in to take control, a 'talent' can be a passport to citizenship and a better life, but there is a cost as Josie Ryder is about to discover.

Orphaned at six, Josie Ryder has been raised by her uncle. Her talent is an unusual one: she is a threader, able to weave a combination of psychic talents around others to manipulate their powers. Working in her uncle's antique store and dreaming of a better life, Josie has done everything to keep a promise to her late father: stay off the global talent registry and keep her talents hidden. But as Josie tries to make ends meet with the occasional illegal act, she risks a third strike with local law enforcement and, desperate for a better life, Josie finally breaks her promise to her father's memory and sends an enquiry to the prestigious Helios Academy, a training facility in a distant country for talents. When the Helios Academy respond by sending mysterious slider, Blake Galloway to extract Josie, then offer her a position at their select and highly competitive institution, things begin to get really interesting, and more than a little dangerous...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 130 x 199 x 23mm | 278g
  • Harlequin Teen
  • Australia
  • 1760374040
  • 9781760374044

About Rebekah Turner

Rebekah Turner was born in sunny Queensland, Australia. With a degree in graphic design and a raging coffee addiction, she freelances in between sensible adult jobs. She rides a scooter nicknamed Skittles, owns a couple of dogs who don't get walked enough and is a dedicated movie-gal, with a special affection for old action movies. She enjoys reading and writing fantasy for all ages and adores stories with girls who save not only the day, but themselves. Rebekah lives in Brisbane with her husband and two kids.
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