Fantasy · Humor · YA series · Young Adult

Tesla by Mark Lingane

Synopsis

What if a whole race wanted you dead, where would you go? And what if you didn’t know why? What if everything you thought you knew about yourself was wrong?

One thousand years have passed since nuclear war wiped out civilization in the northern hemisphere. The planet slowly heats and water becomes a rare resource. Out of the ruins of a devastated civilization rises a new breed of people – those with the power to control magnetism. Teslas

Sebastian, a young orphan boy from a quiet rural town, is being hunted by strange part-machine, part-human people. His only hope is Melanie, an angry, dying teenage girl who is dragged into the adventure and sets out to deliver him to the Steam Academy, even if it’s just to stop him talking. Seb must confront an unknown past and fight against everything he believed in. And occasionally wash his hair.

No one said it would be easy.



REVIEW


A new sci-fi favorite!

Now, I don’t read much in the sci-fi department coz it takes me a lot of concentration to start picturing the book in my mind. This book painted a clear movie in my head.

It started somehow slow and uninteresting. But when something fishy happened with Sebby’s mother, I know I’ll be taken in a wild ride head first.

“What’s going on back there?” Gavin shouted over his shoulder.

“You really don’t want to know what’s behind us,” Isaac said.

The action was indescribable and the story was filled with unexpected humor that made me laugh out loud in public. In PUBLIC!

“Who’s Number Two?”

“Nikola’s commander.”

“Doesn’t he have a name?”

“Yes. Number Two.”

So looking forward to it’s next installment!

Rate: 4/5

—Angel Natalie

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