Strangelets by Michelle Gagnon

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17-year-old Sophie lies on her deathbed in California, awaiting the inevitable loss of her battle with cancer…
17-year-old Declan stares down two armed thugs in a back alley in Galway, Ireland…
17-year-old Anat attempts to traverse a booby-trapped tunnel between Israel and Egypt…
All three strangers should have died at the exact same moment, thousands of miles apart. Instead, they awaken together in an abandoned hospital—only to discover that they’re not alone. Three other teens from different places on the globe are trapped with them. Somebody or something seems to be pulling the strings. With their individual clocks ticking, they must band together if they’re to have any hope of surviving. 
Soon they discover that they've been trapped in a future that isn't of their making: a deadly, desolate world at once entirely familiar and utterly strange. Each teen harbors a secret, but only one holds the key that could get them home. As the truth comes to light Sophie, Declan, Anat, and the rest must decide what to do with a second chance at life—if they can survive to claim it.

About Michelle Gagnon

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Michelle Gagnon has been a modern dancer, a dog walker, a bartender, a freelance journalist, a personal trainer, and a model. Her bestselling thrillers for adults have been published in numerous countries and include The Tunnels, Boneyard, The Gatekeeper, and Kidnap & Ransom. In a starred review, Kirkus Reviews called Don't Turn Around, her first novel for young adults and the first book in the trilogy about Noa and Peter, a "pulse-pounding scary-great read. A surefire hit."
Published April 9, 2013 by Soho Teen. 272 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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The first half of Gagnon’s (Don’t Turn Around) thriller is well-executed survivalist horror endured by six teens trapped in a hospital-like bunker. They come from every point on the globe: cancer-stri

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Three very different teens on the edge of death get firsthand experience of the Many-Worlds Interpretation of quantum mechanics.

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Gr 7 Up—Three teens from around the world suddenly find themselves in an abandoned hospital the exact moment that their lives would have ended. Sophie was about to die from cancer in California, Anat was about to be suffocated in a tunnel between Israel and Egypt, and Declan was about to be shot ...

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Lectus cn 8 Aug 2013

I am sad not be able to join the sea of good reviews that Strangelets is receiving :-(
I found the story to be annoying, dragging and boring!

The concept of a couple of unrelated teenagers who wer...

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