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The Black Sphere

(S.T.O.R.M. #3)

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STORM are . . .

Will Knight: 14. Inventive genius. Creates cutting-edge gadgets. Andrew Minkel: 14. Software millionaire. Founder of STORM. Gaia: 14. Brilliant chemist with a habit of blowing stuff up.

Six scientists were working on Project FIREball. Now five are dead and one is missing. Carrying plans for a world-changing technology he is wanted by MI6, the CIA and an unide
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 4th 2008 by Macmillan Children's Books
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Thomas rumstadt
Sep 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Six scientists are working on a top secret known as inferno, but before their work can be completed, the secret location is sabotaged, and five of the scientists are killed. Now only one is alive, Dave Wickett, who is now being hunted down as well, and is forced into hiding. That's where storm comes in, Will, Andrew, and Gaia, all talented children interested in investigation and crime. They are all working for Barrington Shute, a skilled CIA detective. Suddenly, Storm is forcefully hired by a m ...more
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Third in the STORM series, summer for Will, Andrea, and Gaia seems normal until a group of scientists are killed in Switzerland - all except for one.

Forced on the run by megalomaniacs and every government agency on the planet, the man disappears off the face of the Earth in the process. Using their genius intelligence, their spy training, information from the man's daughter, and high-tech gadgets, Will, Andrea, and Gaia will put themselves in mortal danger
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This series keeps getting better. Love those gadgets! The evil people are really despicable in this story.
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