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The Search for Artemis by P.D. Griffith
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Dec 26, 2011

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Read from November 14 to December 25, 2011

In the beginning, I was drawn into the story and found The Search for Artemis intriguing and different. Then somewhere a little bit before the middle, I lost interest. I often had to take a break after reading one chapter because I grew tired of reading it. Then I would force myself to continue reading. The story wasn’t necessarily bad, but more so it just didn’t compel me to keep reading. Perhaps it would hold a child’s interest more than mine. However, I do have to give Griffith credit for originality and creativity.

The Search for Artemis is a story about Landon Wicker who one day demonstrates psychokinetic abilities but the event ends in tragedy. Landon runs from the scene afraid of what he’s done and what will happen to him only to find that men in black suits are chasing him. Fear of what they will do to him propels him to continue to run and hide from these mysterious men. His fleeing comes to end when a woman saves him and takes him to the Gymnasium, a training facility for psychokinetic individuals. There Landon learns what’s happened to him and how to control his unique abilities.

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