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Alex Detail's Revolution

By Darren Campo
  • ISBN Code: : 0981931111
  • Publisher : Trumedia
  • Pages : 193
  • Category : Fiction
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Alex Detail has been kidnapped and sent off to fight in a hopeless war against The Harvesters, an alien force that is trying to extinguish Earths Sun. Unfortunately for Alexs kidnappers (and the world) he has lost the mega-IQ that allowed him to win the last war with The Harvesters ten years ago when he was just 7 years old. But now the House of Nations is out of options. The end of life is imminent. Alex must survive the war long enough to make it to Pluto, where, underneath the planets frozen surface lies the only force in the solar system that can stop The Harvesters.

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