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The Gathering (Triskellion #3)

3.94 of 5 stars 3.94  ·  rating details  ·  155 ratings  ·  15 reviews
This is the third and final instalment in the paranormal adventure trilogy. Having narrowly escaped the clutches of the Hope Project, Rachel and Adam begin a new life in Australia. Their tranquillity is shattered, however, by the reappearance of Gabriel - and the terrifying adventure that they had hoped was over begins again. Hunted by enemies, old and new, their journey t ...more
Paperback, 378 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Walker & Company
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Brenda Houlgin
Well to begin with, i think it was amazing. Yes it sometimes felt like the author was leaving out a few things. But sometimes authors do that so the readers can use their imagination and not judge or want to change what the author would've put if he was more descriptive. And since i want to be a novelist when i grow up, i think letting people explore their imagination in this story is wonderful. But i was sort of sad that Gabriel had left. But also a thrill of adrenaline when the twins learn abo ...more
Deborah
Just as the other two, it's impossible what the Triskellion will reveal. A bir brutal at moments and the ending is symbolic, but a bit confusing...
Kkenny
A great conclusion to book 2. Questions are answered but room is left for a fourth book.
Jennifer Wardrip
Reviewed by Kira M for TeensReadToo.com

Rachel and Adam are not ordinary twins. While visiting their Granny Root in England, they discovered that they have powers that are not only feared, but hated by many people.

Before being taken prisoner by the Hope Organization, a group of evil scientists after them for their abilities, Granny Root gave them a note to help them find their elusive father. After escaping the organization's clutches in the Australian Outback, Rachel and Adam flee to the United
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Szawanah S
though some would like to say that they dont really like the book, i shall say that i like the book. it was something else. i had enough of wizardly and vampires. seriously. it takes place in a rural village in England where everybody knows everybody and are skeptical towards the newcomers. i enjoyed reading how Adam and Rachel are not just a twin but share more; well you see, they can speak to each other without having to speak up. and i like the mysterious aura brought by Gabriel though someti ...more
Jeremiah Griff
The amazing ending to the Triskellion series, in which you find that Rachel and Adam have come out of a two-year hiding only to attempt to find the final, third Triskellion, save their father, and stay away from the Flight Trust's secretive and heartless dissection tools. Although, things are not the way they usually seem, as this author loves to write as. Meanwhile, a strange and yet promising movement to people, The Church of the Triple Wheel, are slowly moving across the U.S. for what they ca ...more
Gary Murphy
I was not to impressed with this book and i was really looking forward to this as the 2nd book was deadly it takes of a couple of months after the 2nd book the twins find themselves on the run again from the company who want to cut them up but in this chapter the twins find out secrets and shocking secrets 3rd time round and this time there will be deaths the twins stared of in the big smoke and the big smoke is where there destiny is full filled,where i was not happy i was to belive this is a t ...more
Vareesha
The third book was by far the best out of the series but there were points where it remained slightly confusing and there were some unanswered questions. However, it was a pretty good series and I could so see this be a movie or a television series.
John
Boy and girl twins, decendants of aliens chased around the world by those who want to study them. An Alien that leads them as they gather ancient symbals that have special powers. It was a fun series. Some violence.
Zaira
This book was so amazing! Definitely the best of the series! It was exciting and intriguing, the foreshadowing was used so well that it was hard to guess what would happen next! Whoo!
Naomi
The best of the 3 books. I was glued to it from start to finish!
Morgan
Sep 19, 2010 Morgan marked it as to-read
I realy want to read this
heather
now readit!
Annalise
Amazing Ending
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Will Peterson is a shared pseudonym of Mark Billingham, award-winning author of the bestselling Tom Thorne crime novels, and Peter Cocks, a popular children’s television writer and performer. Mark Billingham lives in London, and Peter Cocks lives in Kent, England.
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