Zoo by Graham Marks

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Seventeen-year-old Cam Stewart was living a comfortable life in Southern California until kidnappers suddenly turn his world upside down. With grit and determination he never knew he had, Cam escapes his worst nightmare, only to find a more bizarre reality waiting for him. On the run, some new friends help Cam uncover the truth about his life-and about the person he was supposed to be.

This fast-paced thriller will make every reader think twice about the consequences of genetic science.

About Graham Marks

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Graham Marks is the Children's Book Correspondent for Publishing News in the UK. He has written comic strip scripts for Marvel UK, as well as radio scripts and film tie-in books for the BBC (including "Wallace and Gromit"). He has also written two novels for teens that have been published in the UK. Graham lives in London.
Published February 7, 2005 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 272 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Kidnapped outside his home in San Diego, Cam awakens in Seattle confused and frightened.

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Cam's suspicions rise as they struggle to decode the data found on the chip, and in the end they discover some surprising and frightening secrets that will forever change Cam's life.

Jul 14 2005 | Read Full Review of Zoo

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... Review of Zoo Station (978-1-936976-22-5): “I wanted to be the kind of person who had a cool nickname,” says Christiane, for whom, like most ...

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