Evelyn Brennan, the 17-year-old protagonist, is on a journey to discover exactly what the Great Society is hiding. Determined to find the truth, she begins to challenge the status quo of her regimented life. Disregarding new filters and venturing into parts of the city where she has never been before, Evelyn probes the boundaries of the Great Society. Trusting in newfound allies, she finds herself entangled in a brewing revolution - her entire world, and her very identity, are called into question.
Caught in the web of ruthless international forces, Kendall Radcliffe is kidnapped and taken to Afghanistan. Why was she singled out, and what does it have to do with corporate espionage, NSA surveillance, and investigation by the Mossad? Secrets will be revealed, and much blood will be shed. Governments will fall, and some will be fleeing for their lives. Who is the enemy, and who has betrayed whom? Who siphoned off hundreds of millions of dollars of ill-gotten gains?
"Good story, not much suspense"
Dani shivers in the cold night air as her heart races and butterflies dance in her stomach. This is her big moment. She is out to prove to everyone that age doesn't matter when it comes to solving mysteries. With the help of her best friend, Chloe Marshall, she is determined to uncover the secrets within the walls of the haunted house on the hill. Taking a big gulp, Dani steps forward. There is no turning back now.
A glittering collection of humorous stories by classic authors, including 'The Tremendous Adventures of Major Brown' by G.K. Chesterton, 'The Talking Horse' by Thomas Anstey Guthrie, 'The Seventh Pullet' by Saki, 'Biffin on the Bassoon' by Harry Graham, 'The Scharz-Metterklume Method' by Saki, 'The Chaplet' by Saki, 'The Facts' by Ring Lardner, 'A Dissertation Upon Roasted Pig' by Charles Lamb, 'Fur' by Saki, and 'The Lumber Room' by Saki'.