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The Seer (Antrian #2)

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Having recognized the fact that he is not of this Earth, fourteen-year-old Scott tries to live as a normal teenager while exploring his awesome powers of teleportation, matter conversion, and seeing the future. Sequel to "The Antrian Messenger."
Hardcover, 134 pages
Published January 12th 1989 by Dutton Juvenile
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Millicent Prendergild, Cybrarian
Scott Childers appears to be a normal 14 year old, trying with all his might to fit in. Problem is, Scott has a secret he desperately wants to hide…and it’s a whopper. He is actually an alien from another planet with the power to travel through time, to plant thoughts into someone’s mind, and to see things before they actually happen. Scott is a Seer.

The Seer, by G. Clifton Wisler, is an action packed adventure that follows a lonely teen, forced into the life of a wanderer, never quite belonging
Julie Decker
In the previous book, The Antrian Messenger, Scott found out he was an alien, and his guardian Tiaf is the only person he can confide in. He feels alone and scared as he searches for a new place to put down roots for a while--knowing he'll never fit in or stay for long--and he finds a surprisingly happy home at a new school, playing baseball and enjoying friendships with others. He sometimes has peculiar experiences, but he tries his best to help without revealing the true nature of his alien gi ...more
Mr. Wisler was primarily a western author, but he tried his hand at kids' science fiction once, and I appreciated his effort in these books. In the previous book, The Antrian Messenger , Scott had been forced to leave his family in a very final way so he could go where he's needed, but he just craves belonging. Once he ends up at a new school with new friends, passing as human instead of the alien he is, he thinks he might be able to relax, but the more he learns about his purpose, the more dif ...more
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G. Clifton Wisler (born 1950) is the author of more than sixty-three books, many of them are historical fiction for young adults. Wisler lives in Plano, Texas in the United States, where he continues to work on his doctoral dissertation on the history of the Ninth Texas Infantry Regiment in the American Civil War.
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