- Paperback: 346 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 11, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1490960155
- ISBN-13: 978-1490960159
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
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The Experiment Paperback – July 11, 2013
About the Author
- Jeffery Moore: Moore was born in Germany. As a military brat, much of his childhood was spent abroad, growing up in Germany on military installations. He subsequently enlisted in the military and served for ten years as an army pilot. While in the military, he lived in Italy and South Korea and deployed to many European countries. He has traveled to Australia, Japan, Singapore and most European countries. His experiences and contact with many different cultures helps form some of the elements in his stories. He currently works for a global IT company and lives in Massachusetts. Find more about Jeffery and his work at jefferyemoore.com
- Sherry Gammon: Unlovable was Gammon's debut novel and quickly rose to many top seller lists on Amazon. She is pleased to announce that Unlovable is currently being made into a movie. She has added two more novels to her body of work. Not so Easy book one of the Souls in Peril series, is the poignant story of Max Sanchez who is on a journey to help the struggling JD Miller survive high school, and Pete & Tink, a fun, light-hearted novella of a manga-loving geek and and five-and-a-half inch fairy. Gammon and her husband, along with their children and a couple of crazy dogs, call Upstate New York home. It is where she spends her nights writing instead of sleeping. Find more about Sherry and her work at wordpaintingsunlimited.com
- Cindy C Bennett: Bennett is the YA author of several books. She lives in Utah with her husband and two daughters. Both of her sons have married, giving her two more daughters (in-law). She loves gooey cookies, dark chocolate, and cheese popcorn. She hates housework and cooking, and has no plans to become a domestic goddess. She occasionally co-hosts a geek podcast with her son, called Geek Revolution Radio. Her favorite pastime is riding her Harley. Find more about Cindy and her work at cindycbennett.com
Top customer reviews
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Emiah , Juliet and Cillia have been on the run ever since the night their parents went missing and the Collaborative "trolls" came to the village braking in and tried to take them as well. With only each other to count on they must race across the Waste of Seneca One and find their missing parents, but the harshness of the Waste proves to be just as harsh as people claim and when Juliet is attacked by Crimson Eagles Cilla and Emiah must put their trust in Brax a boy of the Wasteland Jungle to help them and their sister.
As the Triplets uncover more about themselves with each new horrific task set before them, they also start to uncover the many secrets that there parents never told them. Where they really some secret government experiment? Did there parents alter them in some way? There is only one way to find out, find their parents and ask them.
With the help of some amazing friends, and some pretty awesome powers of their own the three embark on the hardest journey of their young lives. What does Kill you makes you stronger right? Well lets hope so because they are going to need all they have for when the people rise up and fight the injustices done to them for a millennia of suffering at the same time that they are trying to free their parents. Can they just stand by and let the people suffer? or can they help them at the same time as helping themselves?
what an amazing and incredible book!the characters where really spectacular! Juliet and Brax where my favs! they were a great team and I just loved them to pieces!
The "trolls" were awesome bad guys! it was like they were around every corner, ready to capture the kids at a moments notice. They were nasty and bad tempered just like trolls would be and I loved watching the kids get the upper hand on them time and time again.
Sherry Gammon, Cindy C Bennett, and Jeffrey Moore are incredible authors! I really loved this book! and I highly recommend it to one and all! if you haven't read this yet you MUST get it NOW!
Filled with plenty of action,romance and mystery. Three masterful and talented authors collaborate to produce a story of imagination,shifters,sci-fi, that is futuristic and fantasy. While on a guest to find their parents, triplets, Juliet,Cilla, and Emiah Tripp find themselves as well as a few hidden secrets are revealed,their own powers and a rebellion. They find themselves in a more dangerous situation than they thought possible. Please be aware there are some swearing and lots of nakedness involved in the
morphing,of course, we all know you can not Morph with clothes on,right? The names to me was a bit confusing, but than triplets usually are,right? I got over it quickly! Also the epilogue to me was a bit long and drawn out,with a few inconsistencies as well. The storyline was fast paced and interesting. The characters where also engaging. I would recommend "The Experiment" to Young Adult readers(older teenagers). Of course this is my opinion only! With all of this said, "The Experiment" is an enjoyable read in fact a good read all around! If you enjoy fantasy,shifters, Science Fiction with a twist,and fast paced stories than "The Experiment" is the story for you to read. An enjoyable read for your Autumn reading. Received from the authors for an honest review.
HEAT RATING: MILD
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, Review courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
The children all have very unique voices - Emiah is the most distrustful, but he is inquisitive and wants to be accepted. Juliet is the leader of the group, the one who formulates the plans, but there is an element of competition with her sister. Cilla really dislikes what she has become and needs support to adapt. As a group though they are a strong family unit and the reader sees them defend each other during their journey.
There is obviously some fact in The Experiment as gene splicing currently takes place, but I am not sure if the authors are making any political statement with their story.
Admittedly I found the neat HEA weak but then I am not sure how I would have chosen to end The Experiment if it had been my story. The authors have tied up the threads and not leave any room for a sequel, but I hope that they possibly have another project in the pipeline as this was a success.
I received this as a review copy, but this has had no influence on my opinion.