THE EXECUTIONER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR CONTAMINATED CHILDREN by Margaret E. Alexander -Review Tour

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THE EXECUTIONER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR CONTAMINATED CHILDREN by Margaret E. Alexander -Review Tour

THE EXECUTIONER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR CONTAMINATED CHILDREN by Margaret E. Alexander -Review TourThe Executioner at the Institute for Contaminated Children by Margaret E. Alexander
Published by Crescent Moon Press on July 21st 2014
Pages: 268
Genres: Paranormal, Thrillers, Young Adult
eBook provided by Dark World Books

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Donna’s always been one step ahead of the game, but the last person she expects to fall for is the first suspect in a line of killings at a school for superhuman teens. 16 The deciding age of contamination.

30 The number of coin flips it takes to prove that Donna may have subconsciously used her genetically enhanced abilities to excel in school.

24 The number of hours Donna has to board a train to the Institute for Extraordinary Children.

14 The flights of stairs she must climb to get to her room.

700 The number of pages in the rule book that will determine how she eats, sleeps, and … well … smells for the remainder of the school year.

2 The number of members in her squad. Good thing Dan’s there to help get her abilities in shape and avoid Donna’s worst fear—humiliation. Her abilities skyrocket. Until the day she learns exactly what Dan is capable of.

1 The number of bodies that turn up dead.

0 Her chances of getting out alive.

I wasn’t sure what to expect of this story. The Executioner at the Institute for Contaminated Children (sheesh, that is a long title) is basically a bunch of kids with abilities trying to survive in a school/system that is trying to change them into something else or kill them. This is different than […]