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Fourteen years ago, scientist William Fox secretly implanted four babies with the Medusa gene – a gene for psychic abilities. Now the children are teenagers, and their telekinetic powers are finally kicking in. Nico, Ketty, Ed and Dylan know that something strange – something cool – is happening to them. But with sinister forces trying to manipulate them and criminals on their tail, threats are looming on every side. And as the Medusa Project takes shape, bringing the teens together as a secret crime-fighting force, life is about to get very exciting. And very dangerous!

“Brilliant … You can’t stop reading.” Robert Muchamore

“This is hi-octane stuff… will leave everyone gasping for the next episode.” The Bookseller

“Hits exactly the right spot for adrenalin junkies. Teen thriller fans will love it.” Jill Murphy, Bookbag

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Sophie McKenzie

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Sophie McKenzie was born and brought up in London, where she still lives. She has worked as a journalist and an editor and goes boxing in her spare time. Girl, Missing her debut novel won the Richard and Judy, Red House and Bolton Book Awards. She is the queen of nailbiting, high-octane thrillers like The Medusa Project series.

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