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Generation 18 [Paperback]

Keri Arthur

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September 2004
serial killer striking every twelve hours. A Kite monster murdering at random. Though neither event seems related, Agents Sam Ryan and Gabriel Stern quickly discover a link between the two-the military base known as Hopeworth. But are the serial killings a military cover-up that has gone dangerously wrong, or is there a deeper, more personal reason behind the murders of the red-headed adoptees? And are the so-called random attacks of the Kites nothing more than a methodical clean-up of a past mistake?As the investigation continues, Sam discovers a connection between herself and the murder victims, a connection that implies a link to Hopeworth itself. But if she is a product of the military, why does Hopeworth appear to know nothing about her?  With the killings escalating and the danger drawing closer to home, Sam not only has to battle to bring a killer to justice, but to save Gabriel's life.  And the one person who seems to hold the key to what is going on, as well as what has happened in Sam's past, is the mysterious man who saved her life. But does she dare believe his words or the dreams she seems to share with him?  Because this mystery man may not be just her enemy, but the enemy of humankind itself.  

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Imajinn Books (September 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781893896499
  • ISBN-13: 978-1893896499
  • ASIN: 1893896498
  • Product Dimensions: 21.1 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,128,686 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Keri Arthur is an award-winning author of thrilling paranormal romances. She's a dessert and function cook by trade, and married to a wonderful man who not only supports her writing, but who also does the majority of the housework. They have one daughter, and live in Melbourne.

--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Generation 18 Jan. 17 2005
By AK - Published on Amazon.com
Relegated to the Spook Squad, Sam Ryan finds herself chasing kites; and this is not an innocuous task- kites are vampiric monsters with no apparent motive but a great appetite for murder. Investigating this with her recalcitrant partner draws Sam into an exploration of genetic engineering and closer to learning about her own mysterious past.

*** On the plus side, a fast pace is set and maintained throughout the intriguing plot. However, though characterization is still good, action took priority over it in this volume of the series. Yet, it is still a good read. ***
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sequel to Memory Zero Oct. 25 2004
By Moe811 - Published on Amazon.com
Sam Ryan is now working for the SIU, or Spook Squad instead of her original job with the state police. Her paranormal talents are growing by leaps and bounds. Her partner Gabriel Stern, is still confusing the heck out of her. He doesn't want a partner, especially Sam, yet sometimes, he actually seems to like her. The kite monsters are still attacking people in the city and the serial killer Gabe is after has stepped up his/her schedule. Sam still has no memory of her past, but dreams of someone named Joshua, and has a mind link to a hairy guy named "Joe Black", or so he says. Everything seems to be linked to a genetic experiment called Generation 18, and an older one called Penumbra, but little information is available from the military base they originated from. Sam seems to be connected to the base also, but she doesn't know how, and hopes to live long enough to find out.

This was a good sequel to Memory Zero, the story is further developed and so are the characters. The reader is left dangling though and the next book won't be out for a year, darn!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Generation 18: Spook Squad 2 - Keri Arthur Jan. 3 2013
By Jan Butterworth - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This time Sam is tracking a killer who is focusing on people connected to a military project, a project that seems to have knowledge of her background. People with answers to questions of her past are showing up and either dying or refusing to talk. Added to that is the appearance of an `imaginary friend' she only sees when asleep and the emergence of her psychic talents. Plus the attempts on her life are on-going while the tall, dark, and handsome guy is ignoring her.

This was another fun read with more action, adventure and the government conspiracy getting bigger and scarier as more of it is exposed. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series so I can find out what happens next!
4.0 out of 5 stars Generation 18 March 22 2010
By E. G. Kennedy - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I loved this book. It has great characters and a good story line that you can sink yourself into. I love all of the Keri Arthur books.
4.0 out of 5 stars Another Great Spook Squad Book June 15 2007
By ephemeral - Published on Amazon.com
This is the second in the Spook Squad series. Don't read it if you haven't read Memory Zero; it won't make sense without the first book. Here, Arthur has Sam and Gabriel trying to catch a killer while continuing to delve into the mystery that is Sam's past. Arthur does a great job of writing this sort of futuristic paranormal novel. The plot flows well, the world is well-conceived and imaginative, and the character development continues nicely. This is a worthy follow-up to Memory Zero. However, as with the other books in this series, I'm left wondering why it is so short. Most books in this genre are significantly longer, and I'm convinced Arthur is a good enough author to be able to expand her stories just a tad and still maintain their quality.

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