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Superhumans: Book 3
by Andrew Taylor
Sarah, Robert and their friends are superhumans - their incredible powers have made them an unbeatable team. But now they face their deadliest battle... They're up against the Entity, an alien of immense power who is hell-bent on enslaving humanity. Its army of unstoppable killing machines is marching on London programmed to destroy... and if London falls the world will be next. As the earth's last line of defence, can Sarah and her team stop the enemy invasion?
“Packs more thrills a minute than a trip to Blackpool Pleasure Beach...delivers adventure with a capital A...a pulsating finale to a brilliant series.”
Andrew Taylor was born in New Zealand and grew up in East Anglia. He studied English Literature at Sheffield University and then teaching at Cambridge. He has spent the last ten years working as a teacher in England, South Korea, Poland and Australia, where he now lives with his partner and their two dogs. Andrew’s first book, Meteorite Strike, recently won the Heart of Hawick Children’s Book Award and was also shortlisted for the Waterstone’s Children’s Book Prize.
Visit www.agtaylor.net to find out more.
The final installment of A.G. Taylor’s all-action sci-fi series packs more thrills a minute than a trip to Blackpool Pleasure Beach with an evil alien ‘Entity,’ scary robotic spiders and two ruthless humans who want to rule the planet. From the wilds of Antarctica and the endless horizons of the Pacific Ocean to the teeming heart of Hong Kong and London, a city on the brink of disaster, Taylor’s blockbuster delivers adventure with a capital A for children aged ten and over. Enemy Invasion is a pulsating finale to a brilliant series ... and just the job to inspire boys (and girls!) to get stuck into a good book.
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Meteorite strike is definitely an awesome book and I agree with Ben Mirzeoff when he says he can't wait for the next book 'Alien storm' I hope it's even better than the first book!
Hardik Chauhan, 11th December 2010
I thoroughly enjoyed the book full of action, powers and it is unmissable. I recommend it to children of age 8, more boys but still a good read for girls or anyone! Seeming true life to start with, more and more aliens and mysterious powers and events begin to unfold. I just can’t wait for Alien Storm, the next book!
Ben Mirzoeff, 5th July 2010
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