Jamie Grey

Ultraviolet Catastrophe

(CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Aug. 15, 2013) , 1 edition

A brilliant mind is a terrible thing to waste.

When sixteen-year-old Lexie discovers her parents have been using drugs to suppress her outrageous IQ, she understands why the advanced theories in her physics books have suddenly started making sense. But they’re not done dropping bombshells. Branston Academy, a school run by the world’s most powerful scientists, is searching for her so she can join them – as a research subject.

Her only safe haven is Quantum Technologies, a secret scientific community where her father works as a lead scientist. Now Lexie must prove herself at QT’s school-for-geniuses, where competition is cutthroat and the other student prodigies make Albert Einstein look like an amateur. Including the infuriatingly hot Asher, QT’s resident boy wonder.

But after a series of suspicious accidents in the restricted labs, Lexie discovers that Branston plans to unleash an ultraviolet catastrophe that will destroy everyone she loves. With the enemy closing in, Lexie must find the strength to face her past, or risk losing her future forever.

1491090014 / 9781491090015
15.2 oz.
5.2 x 0.9 in.

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