The breathtaking follow-up to Virals, Kathy Reichs' brand new forensic series
Heart stopping forensic action with a lethal twist
The Virals' home on Loggerhead Island is under threat, and only one thing can save it: a lot of money.
A 300-year-old legend
Rumour has it that notorious pirate Anne Bonny hid her treasure somewhere in Charleston in 1720. No-one knows where, but Tory Brennan - great-niece of famous forensic anthropologist Dr Tempe Brennan - is certain that the Virals can work out Bonny's cryptic clues.
A deadly path
It isn't long before the Virals are on the right track. But they aren't the only ones searching for the treasure.Someone is following them, and will stop at nothing to get their hands on it.
Dead bodies litter the trail. Time is running out before the island will be sold.
Will the Virals' special powers be enough to save them?
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“Kathy Reichs gets it dead right with sharp writing and a plot that throws a bunch of very real teens into a deadly adult world ... I loved it and I'm sure fans of Alex Rider will love it too” (Anthony Horowitz)
“Mystery ... fantasy ... science ... and heart-stopping action - this book is DANGEROUS. After I read Tory Brennan's first adventure, I wanted more, more, MORE” (R.L. Stine, author of Goosebumps)
I love Kathy Reichs but this time I think she got it wrong. I started to listen to the book and just stopped. Sorry but this is not good. I think the rating speaks for it self.
"Carrying on with the Virals pack"
This book is carrying on the story and adventures of Tory Brennan and the Viral's pack.
Although written for the younger audience, if you like a bit of fantasy writing then this has a lot to keep the adult reader entertained as well. Top marks.
If I had realized it was for teenagers, I wouldn't have bought it, I read it seeings how I had, and against my better judgement quite liked it, childish,
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"Did not disappoint"
Great series good characters, meant for teanagers but I think it appeals to all ages.
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