Young, E.L.: STORM; the infinity code.

Author:Rohrlick, Paula
Position:Young adult review - Brief article - Book review

YOUNG, E.L. STORM; the infinity code. Penguin, Dial. 336p. illus. c2008. 978-0-8037-3265-0. $16.99. J

Will, a 14-year-old student in a gifted program at a London school, has a knack for coming up with cool inventions like a Rapid Ascent wall-climbing device or a mobile camera he calls Fly Spy. His classmate Gala, who is skilled at chemistry, including explosives, invites him to join a secret organization along with two other teens: Andrew, a wealthy young computer genius, and Caspian, a budding astrophysicist. Andrew wants to create a group called "STORM: Science and Technology to Over-rule Misery," and use their brainpower to solve world problems. Will doesn't take the group seriously at first, but when Caspian's father is kidnapped and Caspian is forced to create a deadly new weapon in order to save him, Will, Andrew and Gala must sneak into an illicit research base in St. Petersburg and foil the plans of...

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