eBook Bunker 10 download
Teen and Young
Author: J. A. Henderson
ISBN: 0152062408
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Pages 272 pages
Publisher Harcourt Children's Books; First edition (October 1, 2007)
Language English
Category: Teen and Young
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 219
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eBook Bunker 10 download

by J. A. Henderson


Henderson J . A Henderson BUNKER 10 For Willie Schmidt What if you went back in time and killed your . An armed guard at the end of the passage gave a friendly nod and pointed to the book. It’s Christmas Eve, Jimmy.

Henderson J . A Henderson BUNKER 10 For Willie Schmidt What if you went back in time and killed your grandmother before she gave birth to your mother? The problem is obvious: if you kill your grandmother then your mother would never have been born, and you would never have been born; if you were never born, you could never go back in time, and so you could not kill your grandmother.

Jan-Andrew Henderson (. Henderson) is the author of 24 teenage, YA, adult and non-fiction books. Bunker 10. ISBN-978-928561-7-5 (print). ISBN-978-928561-8-2 (eBook). Published in the UK, USA, Germany and the Czech Republic, he has been shortlisted for twelve literary awards and is the winner of the Doncaster Book Prize and the Royal Mail Award. ww. anandrewhenderson.

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This is just one of those books that you know you’re going to love. And I would wholeheartedly agree. Henderson will be released in April 2008. It begins at the end. So you’re prepared. And as you read, getting close to each character, living their lives, the excitement building, you have at the back of your mind this hope, wish, need, that it won’t end as it begun. Bunker 10 is a teen novel; its style has teen written all over it. And it’s smart, as smart as the genius kids that make up the cast. Oxford University Press 2007, paperback, 249 p. ISBN: 0192754866.

April 2019 : UK Paperback.

You'll have to read this wildly futuristic thriller to find out. J. A. Henderson has created an intelligent, suspenseful novel with all the ingredients of the perfect thriller: a confusing plot, virtual simulations, DNA alterations, time travel, shootings, blasts, and, of course, the good guys and the super-evil bad guys.

Award winning author of 27 books. Out in 10 days! A mass killer hunting his own daughter. A double murder in an idyllic community. Wears black a lot. Edinburgh and Brisbane.

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Henderson (Jan-Andrew Henderson) lives in Brisbane, Australia and Edinburgh, Scotland where he runs City of the Dead Ghost Tours - which requires him to look moody and wear black a lot. He is the author of 22 fiction and non-fiction books and has been published in the UK, USA, Canada, The Czech Republic and Germany. His books have been shortlisted for twelve literary awards and is the winner of the Royal Mail Award and the Doncaster Book Prize. He is currently represented by the Ann Clark Literary agency.

Bunker 10. by. Henderson, Jan-Andrew. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). Genius, Military bases, Special forces (Military science), Virtual reality, Genetic engineering, Genius, Military bases, Special forces (Military science), Virtual reality, Genetic engineering, Science fiction. Uploaded by AltheaB on November 1, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

At eight o'clock in the evening, 24 December 2007, Pinewood Military Installation exploded. The blast ripped apart acres of forest and devastated the remote highland valley where the base was located. No official cause was given for the incident. Inside Pinewood were 185 male and female personnel--a mixture of scientists and soldiers. There were also seven teenagers. This is the story of their last day . . .
Maldarbaq
Okay, so my teacher had this on the list we could choose our summer reading books from and i though okay sure sounds good since ive already read like half the good stuff on this list so i bought it and was blown away. Usually its quite easy for me to understand what im reading and wrap my brain around something but this was mind blowing and i loved it. The ook had so many twists and turns that astounded me and all i can say it I LOVED IT!!!!
Megan (13 years old)
Dorintrius
I bought this book for my 13 yr. old son. He thought it was a little bit on the dark side.
Whitebeard
On the back flap of this book, J. A. Henderson says, "Bunker 10 is a dark, adult novel in which the heroes (and some of the villians) just happen to be kids."

I'm not sure that I would agree about Bunker 10 being an adult novel, but it certainly is fun to read as an adult. In his own words, the book is about "kids trapped in an escape-proof complex that is going to self-destruct and is filled with homicidal maniacs, terrorist infiltrators, and a deadly infection..."

That list of things the author says are going on in the book sounds like a lot to pack into 272 pages, but Henderson does it well. Nothing seemed out of place, and nothing felt like it was just too much for the story. Everything was woven together extremely well, and I think that the author does fabulous work at leading the readers on. All of his explanations are plausible, and I, at least, was never quite sure which story to believe.

The only complaint that I have is that there were, perhaps, too many central characters with very common names (Simon, Dave, Jimmy) and common characteristics. It was easy for me to mix them up at the beginning of the story, especially since there were usually always four or five people conversing at once.

I also found the characters hard to like for the middle part of the story, because the reader is told that they are modeled after dictators (Hitler, Pol Pot, Stalin), and I just didn't want to feel sympathy for a child who would later grow up to be Hitler.

But overall, I really liked this book. There's genius children, army compounds, time-traveling soldiers, genetic mutations...

It's just a really fun and absorbing read! I never knew where the story would end or how it would get there. In a market short of great books for teen boys, this is one that crosses the gender barrier and does it well.
Wenes
Seven teenagers, all of them geniuses, live at the Pinewood Military Installation: the most secretive, state-of-the-art military base hidden in the middle of the woods, along with military personnel and some scientists. We don't know what they're doing there; in fact, they're not so sure they know, either. What we know is that on December 24th, the whole place will explode, and there will be no survivors. Or will there be?

What was the cause of the explosion?

Was it related to fifteen-year-old Jimmy's plan to sneak out of the base, by placing transmitters and fooling the guards with his newly created virtual simulations?

Did it have anything to do with the special convoy that arrived on the base mysteriously?

Did the highly classified Project Flower, taking place on the lowest level, go awry?

Did it have anything to do with the disappearance of teen May Rose?

You'll have to read this wildly futuristic thriller to find out.

J. A. Henderson has created an intelligent, suspenseful novel with all the ingredients of the perfect thriller: a confusing plot, virtual simulations, DNA alterations, time travel, shootings, blasts, and, of course, the good guys and the super-evil bad guys.

Reviewed by: Christian C.
Doomwarden
I read this book because it looked very interesting, once I finished the first few chapters I couldn't stop because it was getting better by the page. This book is a must read if your into science fiction, drama, and action. Like first you get these kids trying g to escape this military base that's unknown and then there's a lot of action and science involved. One of the best books I've read in a while, I looked this book because of the thrill and suspense it gave with all the science and especially the place known as bunker 10. If you haven't read this book, then go check it out, you won't regret reading it