Free Camp, which somehow became known as FreeK Camp, is for special kids. But just how special most people will never know. Two vans are on their way to the camp in rural Maine, the teen passengers just starting to get acquainted. One van makes it. The other mysteriously disappears. Now each group of kids must bond together to discover and use their paranormal and psychic powers. The lives of one group literally depend on it.
In a run-down spaceport, assassin Thadow hunts for a bag of stolen pearls to prove his worth to the head of the Guild of Transmuters. Meanwhile, two spoiled teenagers, Trilia and Lateron, pass the time while their mothers' spaceship is in port by harassing the locals and stealing things from them as part of a scavenger hunt. Then their paths cross, and life will never be the same again for either Thadow or Trilia and Lateron.
"A nice fantasy story"
Five of the psychic teens are going to Florida over spring break. They can stay with fellow FreeK Caroline and their mentors Bando, Rose, and Twait. But somebody wants them to stay home and will use fire, rattlesnakes, and more to keep them away. As they prepare to leave New England, Charlie has one of his dreams - a murder and a kidnapping - only it's happening in real time in the Sunshine State. The dead man is a former circus midget who worked with Twait, Bando, and Rose in their sideshow days. And that's just the first murder.
The FreeKs are back so, naturally, trouble's not far behind. Several of the kids have returned a year older and more adept with their paranormal skills. There's also a hot new guy, Damon. When he sees Atlanta, with her streaked hair and body piercings, you don't have to be psychic to feel the electricity. Just as the group gathers, a body is discovered under bizarre circumstances.