Freefall

Freefall After a very disturbing dream and massive act of vandalism Keegan as the outsider stands accused and fights to prove his innocence to the very strange John Bruce and the extremely threatening Simon

  • Title: Freefall
  • Author: Jax Spenser
  • ISBN: 9781501072628
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • After a very disturbing dream and massive act of vandalism, Keegan, as the outsider, stands accused and fights to prove his innocence to the very strange John Bruce and the extremely threatening Simon James Following their interrogation, Keegan discovers a dark series of underground tunnels that run under the high school and town While navigating this creepy underworld,After a very disturbing dream and massive act of vandalism, Keegan, as the outsider, stands accused and fights to prove his innocence to the very strange John Bruce and the extremely threatening Simon James Following their interrogation, Keegan discovers a dark series of underground tunnels that run under the high school and town While navigating this creepy underworld, Keegan draws on strength that he never knew he had, but the tunnels only raise questions about what is going on in Sedonia Falls He senses something is very wrong with the town This fear is bolstered when Lizzy, who s unwavering friendship has been the best thing about this move, delivers a cryptic message that sends him on a trip to the neighboring town of Sedona, but first he has to pass through a terrible test using his newfound strength.

    One thought on “Freefall”

    1. Another great chapter. Freefall continues the story with more mystery and added a bit of drama, suspense and action all at once. Our hero (Keegan) is really starting to pull himself together and I found myself cheering him on. Keegan is still in danger. The book provides some clues about Keegan's mysterious circumstances, but leaves you literally in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do but anxiously await the arrival of book 4. I am really looking forward to the next segment in the series.

    2. Waiting.I can honestly say that I'm enjoying the torture of this book. Each episode I have read keeps me interested enough to read the next one but doesn't explain anything. Just more questions. I won't know how to rate the book in its entirety until I read the last episode

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