Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Waiting On Wednesday: The Medusa Project - The Hostage

Waiting on Wednesday idea from Jill at Breaking the Spine.

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The Medusa Project: The Hostage by Sophie McKenzie (sequel to The Set-up)

* Published by: Simon & Schuster UK
* Format: Paperback
* Release Date:
January 7th, 2010 (UK)
* On Amazon: here.

From the publisher's site: Fourteen years ago, four babies were implanted with the Medusa gene - a gene for psychic abilities. Now teenagers, Nico, Ketty, Ed and Dylan have been brought together by government agents to create a secret crime-fighting force - The Medusa Project.

I enjoyed the first book in this series (review coming soon), and am looking forward to this one. Each book is from a different character's POV, which is cool. And I really like the cover designs!

13 comments:

Catherine (On The Nightstand) said...

Any word as to whose POV it is?

prophecygirl said...

Ketty, I think. Did you read the excerpt at the back of The Set-up?

Chicklish said...

I love Sophie McKenzie. I'm looking forward to your review!

So Many Books, So Little Time said...

This sounds really good. I've never read anything by Sophie McKenzie before.

Thao said...

Sounds like there're gonna be a lot of mysteries and actions.

Cat said...

Wow, that cover gives me vertigo. Maybe the US covers are less seizure-inducing? ;)

Jess said...

This sounds great -- I will have to check out the first book. Thanks for the recommendation!

Kate said...

I shall have to look out for the first book. Great WoW choice!

Anonymous said...

I can't say I'm truly looking forward to this one so much, Ketty annoys me enough already without having to be in her head for an entire book!

Anonymous said...

aaaaaaaaaaahhhh.
act wait .Anonymous i know wat u mean
dnt u just hate her......
i like dylan way better than her....shes so crruel..... jumping from boy 2 boy
no doubt cant wait 4 it to come out !!

Anonymous said...

i've read the book and it's really amazing but i want the second one to come out sooner

Anonymous said...

I have to agree with her review.... it was quite rushed.... but maybe somehow the add of the characters teenage emotions and romance made it more interesting and made me want to read the second book! not that I am actually a huge fan of romance... it was a good mix of genres.

Anonymous said...

Agreed! (btw merry christmas!)
but Ketty isn't a very likeable girl....... sometimes i do get annoyed by her...... but still looking forward to the other book!