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Countdown: March (Countdown #3)

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Can teenagers save a world without adults? The countdown continues in this monthly episode of a cutting-edge series. Online media attention.
Mass Market Paperback, 144 pages
Published February 1st 1999 by Simon Pulse (first published 1999)
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Carlos Burga
Parker continues his post-apocalyptic dystopian future with teenagers starting to have magical powers, and who are hoping to fulfill a prophecy that would save their destroyed world. Parker drives this story almost exclusively through dialogue and has the fast-paced action that is ideal for a young-adult audience but that leaves almost anyone else full of questions. This is one of those series that while you might love as a teenager, you will dislike as an adult.
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Daniel Parker is a pseudonym of Daniel Ehrenhaft.
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