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Download Trackers Book 2: Shantorian ePub
  • ISBN 0545165016
  • ISBN13 978-0545165013
  • Language English
  • Author Patrick Carman
  • Publisher Scholastic Press (January 1, 2011)
  • Pages 176
  • Formats doc lrf mbr mobi
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Science Nature and How It Works
  • Size ePub 1650 kb
  • Size Fb2 1230 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 903

Bestselling author Patrick Carman pushes the vbook to the next level with this thrilling book/video/web experience.In the 21st century landscape of bits and bytes, everyone leaves a digital footprint ... even the most advanced cyber criminals. And that's where the Trackers come in. Four tech-savvy kids armed with high-tech video cameras and esoteric coding skills, the Trackers can find almost anyone, anywhere. Told through a collage of videos, text, and websites, Trackers #1 follows Adam, Finn, Lewis, and Emily as they become entangled in a high-tech, high-stakes game of cat and mouse with Shantorian, the world's most dangerous hacker. At least, that's who they think they're tracking....

Patrick Carman is the bestselling author of numerous series for young readers, including The Land of Elyon, Elliot’s Park, Skeleton Creek, Atherton, Trackers, Dark Eden, and 3:15

Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by Poetic Products. Patrick Carman is the bestselling author of numerous series for young readers, including The Land of Elyon, Elliot’s Park, Skeleton Creek, Atherton, Trackers, Dark Eden, and 3:15. He got his start as a storyteller weaving bedtime tales for his two daughters. He lives in Walla Walla, Washington, with his family.

Carman followed the five book Elyon series with the critically acclaimed . Millions of young readers have read, watched, and played books Carman has produced including The 39 Clues, Skeleton Creek, Trackers, and Dark Eden.

Carman followed the five book Elyon series with the critically acclaimed Atherton trilogy, which was shortlisted for the Texas Bluebonnet (the best book for children), and enjoyed many other awards. Carman is a multimedia pioneer who uses technology, videos, and games to bring wired kids back to books. Carman is a prolific public speaker who presents at national events throughout the year including the National Book Festival, the LA Book Festival,.

Trackers Book 2: Shantorian Hardcover – 1 January 2011. by Patrick Carman (Author). Patrick Carman is the bestselling author of numerous series for young readers, including The Land of Elyon, Elliot's Park, Skeleton Creek, Atherton, Trackers, Dark Eden, and 3:15

Trackers Book 2: Shantorian Hardcover – 1 January 2011. Patrick Carman is the bestselling author of numerous series for young readers, including The Land of Elyon, Elliot's Park, Skeleton Creek, Atherton, Trackers, Dark Eden, and 3:15.

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Book Two continues on with that interrogation bringing in the name of the world's most infamous computer hacker, Shantorian. Whom no one has ever seen or knows anything about except that he always leaves his "weird eyed kid" signature behind him 0 o. I'll reveal nothing else about the plot as all questions will be answered and many surprises are in store for everyone involved. Shantorian is unique for a second book in a series as it wraps up a storyline started in book one leaving only the barest thread to continue on into the next book.

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Patrick Carman is the bestselling author of numerous series for young readers, including The Land of Elyon, Elliot’s Park, Skeleton Creek, Atherton, Trackers, Dark Eden, and 3:15.

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Shomeshet
the book was obviously used. But the words all read the same.
Tejar
My 11 yr old son loved book one and two! He Would love to read more by this author like this.
Berenn
I can't actually say anything yet, as I haven't read it, but my middle school boys can't wait to read it as we just finished Trackers.
Hellblade
Reason for Reading: next in the series.

Book One left us with four tech savvy teens being imprisoned and interrogated about a major computer hacker's crime. None of the teens were talking, as planned, leaving the talking up to Adam Henderson, their leader. Book Two continues on with that interrogation bringing in the name of the world's most infamous computer hacker, Shantorian. Whom no one has ever seen or knows anything about except that he always leaves his "weird eyed kid" signature behind him 0_o . I'll reveal nothing else about the plot as all questions will be answered and many surprises are in store for everyone involved.

Shantorian is unique for a second book in a series as it wraps up a storyline started in book one leaving only the barest thread to continue on into the next book. I had assumed this was going to be a trilogy (aren't they all?) but I'm more inclined to think this will be a multi book series or at possibly an ongoing series in the same vein as an adult crime series. Time will tell as I can't find a release date for book 3 as of this time.

I really enjoy the reading/video experience very much. Carman has come up with something totally unique. The videos are short, which I think is important or they would take away from the book. But they are just enough of a visual experience to really get you excited about the characters, the case, and the crime itself. Very well done, and I look forward to the book 3.
Bralore
i think it is very good book suspenseful you descried the characters well and you give good details on what problems there in and adam can remember what happens and there reactions to what happens i like how the videos tey everything to gather and tells you a little bit of what gonna happen next in the story and the twist at the end of the story and the book was phenomenal and i loved it.
Unereel
Adam, Lewis, Emily and Finn pride themselves on their high-tech talents, each with his or her own area of expertise. Together they are the Trackers, able to infiltrate and find anything and anybody. They catch the attentions of a top-secret group called the Internet Security Directive, or ISD, led by a man named Lazlo with the help of teen genius Zara. They want the Trackers to work with them to catch Shantorian, a super-villain who is determined to shut down the Internet. As a cover to placate their parents, the Trackers say they've been invited to a special summer camp, before moving into a deserted hanger to start their training.

But something goes terribly wrong, and the Trackers find themselves held for questioning by the FBI, who is convinced that they are responsible for stealing four billion dollars from the system. Adam sets out to prove their innocence with the help of video evidence. The minutes tick by as the other Trackers sit in solitary confinement, and Agent Ganz drills Adam with questions.

Adam is cool and confident, taking his time in answering the tough questions. He knows they are innocent; he just has to convince Agent Ganz of the truth. The hardest part to tell is when the Trackers start falling apart. Something suspicious is happening at their headquarters, where a mole is among then. But who? Emily is getting friendly with Zara, whereas before, they eyed each other with distrust. Lewis is spending a lot of time by himself, and then he leaves altogether. Suspicions start flying and trust begins to crumble. If Adam can't depend on his fellow Trackers, then whom can he believe in?

The second book in Patrick Carman's awesome series follows the same unique pattern as the first, with the entire story centering on the interrogation of Adam by the FBI. Interspersed throughout are video clips supplied by Adam to help clear the Trackers' name. All this footage is available to view online, but if a computer isn't accessible to the reader at the time, written transcripts of the videos are printed in the appendix at the back of the book. Due to the nature of the story, there isn't a lot of time or space spent on non-essential details or excess description. This keeps the plot moving fast by centering on the important action. The breakdown of trust among the Trackers adds intriguing tension, and the unknown identity of the shadowy Shantorian adds some captivating mystery. Humor slips in now and then to spice up the story, like Adam's clever handling of Agent Ganz.

Trackers is a refreshingly original concept that may catch the interests of reluctant reader computer buffs, along with the more traditional reading fans.

--- Reviewed by Chris Shanley-Dillman