Subject Seven by James A. Moore

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Years ago, scientists began developing the ultimate military weapon: deadly sleeper assassins housed within the bodies of teenagers. Now, Subject Seven, the dangerous alter-ego living inside a 16-year-old boy, has escaped the lab and is on a mission. His objective? To seek out others like him and build an army capable of destroying their creators.

Hunter, Cody, Gene, Tina, and Kylie: five teenagers leading typical lives, until the day they each receive a call from a mysterious stranger-and learn that their destinies are intertwined. Subject Seven holds the key that connects them all. And a vicious, bloody battle for their lives is just beginning.


About James A. Moore

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James Moore is a reader in history of science and technology at the Open University.
Published January 20, 2011 by Razorbill. 331 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction

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When Subject Seven, a 10-year-old boy forced to undergo horrific laboratory tests as a human guinea pig, first breaks out of the Janus Project, a military operation building government assassins, it's hard to tell if he's the good guy or the bad guy.

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Adult writer Moore (Deeper) makes a solid YA debut with this grisly mix of conspiracy novel and body horror fiction. When the titular preteen subject of a secret experiment escapes from the lab, he ma

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