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Tracers (Timeline,#1)

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WARNING: Don’t buy this book if you like sticking with mainstream reading material!

“Imagine being a 19 year old adolescent, who is searching for his parents who seem never to have
existed, according to local police, state police, FBI, private investigators." How would that make you feel
and what would you do to survive?

Let Jerome Gilden introduce you to Jerry Daniels (19 yea
Kindle Edition, 164 pages
Published March 31st 2012
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Imagine you’re a high school senior, you’re 19 years old and your parents are missing. The police, the FBI and private investigators have told you they don’t exist. That’s right, your parents, the people who raised you don’t exist. Now everyone around you thinks you’re nuts and your parents that you’re talking about now viewed as your imaginary friends.

Yesterday he graduated from high school today he’s older and working in an office. Yesterday he was a teenager, today he’s a grown man. Yesterda
Imagine being a normal average teenager in high school, until one day you come home from school to find your home ransacked and your adoptive parents missing without a trace. This situation takes the phrase "without a trace" to new extremes as there aren't even any records left to show that his parents ever even existed. Since he was 17, he was allowed to live on his own without guardians. He made it through high school graduation without any further bizarre incidents. Until suddenly he finds hi ...more
David Whelan
Tracers is good fun, that’s the underlining feeling I got from reading it. At its premise is Youth Fiction akin to The Lorien Legacies, Hunger Games and even to a lesser extent, Star Wars with the Jedi/Padawan relationship. The characters to that end are nothing new in terms of concept and perhaps lack originality. But that’s the only real gripe with this book.
At the end of the day, everything has been done before and whatever a writer writes will in some way be reminiscent of another work. That
At first, I was not sure what to expect of this book as I just could not stay focussed. My focus was actually woken up by a sensational action scene right at the beginning of the story. That kept me focus for the rest of the book, as I had become curious about the what’s, who’s and everything else.

This was a new author for me, and with many new authors, it is hit and miss. Fortunately, this book “Tracers” was written in a fabulous way, with all-round developed personalities, and vividly describe
Nicole Hewitt
This book had an intriguing idea behind it and it's obvious that the author put a decent amount of thought into creating the Tracers' mythology. Unfortunately, the writing itself is just extremely amateurish and I couldn't get past that. Several times, I considered just giving up on the book completely (and I probably would have it had been longer), but I thought I would read to the end and find out if it improved. Unfortunately, it just didn't get much better. The whole thing felt rushed and th ...more
Seemed promising, but the writing worked against it.
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