Star Trek: Corps of Engineers: The Art of the Comeback By GLENN GREENBERG

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Star Trek: Corps of Engineers: The Art of the Comeback By GLENN GREENBERG
After the events of The Art of the Deal, former tycoon Rod Portlyn was left destitute, and he's now, a year later, reduced to running archaeological digs. But when he discovers a bizarRe artifact, everything changes. Portlyn sees the deadly device as his means of regaining his wealth and power -- and also getting revenge on the crew of the da Vinci. And his þrst target is Domenica Corsi's father.... Soon, the S.C.E. þnds itself in a web of intrigue and revenge, as people close to the crew are killed, with the crew itself the next likely target

The Unwanteds By Lisa McMann

The Unwanteds By Lisa McMann
The Unwanteds By Lisa McMann

A riveting middle-grade dystopian novel from New York Times bestselling Wake author Lisa McMann that Kirkus Reviews calls ?The Hunger Games meets Harry Potter.?When Alex finds out he is Unwanted, he expects to die. That is the way of the people of Quill. Each year, all the thirteen-year-olds are labeled as Wanted, Necessary, or Unwanted. Wanteds get more schooling and train to

Join the Quillitary. Necessaries keep the farms running. Unwanteds are set for elimination. It?s hard for Alex to leave behind his twin, Aaron, a Wanted, but he makes peace with his fate?until he discovers that instead of a ?death farm,? what awaits him is a magical place called Artimé. There, Alex and his fellow Unwanteds are encouraged to cultivate their creative abilities and use them magically. Everything Alex has ever known changes before his eyes, and it?s a wondrous transformation. But it?s a rare, unique occurrence for twins to be divided between Wanted and Unwanted, and as Alex and Aaron?s bond stretches across their separation, a threat arises for the survival of Artimé that will pit brother against brother in an ultimate magical battle.


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