Teens: Frosted Blood
by Larry Pellitteri.
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In the near future where ancient enemies sit on the brink of war, seventeen-year-old Michael Saxon carries a powerful secret inside his DNA that both sides will do anything to acquire.
When he was just seven years old, Michael's parents, scientists at a private military contractor called Enbright, vanished without a trace and left Michael a small crystal. Haunted by nightmares, Michael is desperate to discover the truth about his parents and is convinced the crystal holds the key.
Following high school, Michael accepts an internship at Enbright, despite his reservations, and puts his spelunking skills to work, helping locate powerful artifacts. Before long, Michael and his young independent and mysterious coworker, Emma, discover two rival ancient societies will stop at nothing to acquire the artifacts for themselves.
As romance blossoms between Michael and Emma, they soon find themselves embroiled in a rousing global adventure full of narrow escapes, traitorous villains, and shocking realities. They must navigate the lies and deceit that lurk around every corner if Michael is to discover the secret of his identity and prevent a world war. But is he ready for the responsibility that comes with knowing the truth?
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One fun thing I like is how this story weaves together ...
By David on November 25, 2014
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It is so refreshing to read a work which is well thought-out and avoids getting over detailed in it's descriptions of motives, actions & places. The overall plot is well done with high tech weaponry, and all sorts of interesting events taking place.
We get a sense of movement and, when things get complicated, the pace picks up to end with a shattering climax. One fun thing I like is how this story weaves together various elements of folklore (think Mount Shasta, Atlantis, Mayans, Vlad) and superstition in new and interesting ways. The book moves along nicely. The character of Michael grows and develops over the course of the book.
He's not static, and his relationship with Emma and the establishment of Jeremy as the potential spoiler of that relationship is very entertaining and creates good tension. I look forward to reading sequels to this work.
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