The Ghost in my iPad - a Chapter Book by E C Russell

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*** Edited for a younger audience, this chapter book is a shorter version The Ghost in my iPad written for tweens, which won HONORABLE MENTION in the Global eBook Awards, 2012 ***


This is the first in a series of a young boy and a special companion who work together with friends to solve mysteries. After a ghost unrepentantly appears in Jengo Albright’s bedroom, an unlikely relationship develops between the sixth grader and the spirit. When he and a friend set out to look for Maddy, Jengo’s missing sister, he has reason to believe the ghost can help. Excitement builds as the search leads to surprising and scary places. Rather than a horror story, however, it is a sweet ghost story that will leave you smiling. The quick pace will keep you turning pages.

*** Edited for a younger audience, this chapter book is a shorter version The Ghost in my iPad written for tweens, which won HONORABLE MENTION in the Global eBook Awards, 2012 ***
 

About E C Russell

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Educated in mathematics and trained in research, E L Russell, PhD, spent many years as a corporate consultant for emerging technologies. His writings reflect an eclectic interest in the impact new technologies impose on individuals and social groups. His latest research into programming the genome has led to the COHORT novels.Deadly Awakenings is today's Science Fiction, but soon will be science fact. Longtime friends seek to save a colleague who disappeared after discovering the secret to re-programming the human genome. When her private plane crashes returning from a conference her body is never recovered, raising hope that she is still alive. Determined to locate and rescue her, Elizabeth Stosak, founder of modern epigenetics, and her cohort of friends launch an international rescue operation. Corporate spies, assassins, and a secret society of ancient people threaten their success.They discover they have powerful mental abilities that foreshadow the emergence of a new human species.Onset is a story about Shannon O'Quinn and James Russo's niece, Chloe Russo. She must fight dark forces that want her emerging mental powers for potential weaponry. She must sort out truth from fiction while dealing with her own fear of onset schizophrenia and the trials of a life that have suddenly confined her to a wheelchair. A summer internship at a metropolitan hospital finds her responsible for the safety of a patient her own age that is fighting her own mental demons. Her work in is compounded by the dubious attentions of an all-too-charming psychiatrist. Onset takes place in the year between Deadly Awakenings and the second Cohorts novel. In Evolutis Rising, scientists have realized they have become the next human species. The newly named species, Homo Evolutis, can self-evolve by reprogramming its genome. The struggle for power expands, bringing the cohorts in conflict with government, corporations, and an ancient people called The Followers. Darkwood, a paramilitary corporation, seeking to control the World, exacerbates their initial conflict with the Followers. Both forces point out the need for the Cohort to prepare their government to accept and plan for a species that can live forever, while defending population against these sinister forces wish to over-take the world. A third novel, Genecaust continues the Cohort struggle as their enemies make a final, nefarious, insane effort for domination.E L Russell
 
Published November 18, 2012 16 pages
Genres: Horror, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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