By D. J. MacHale
THEY got here FROM THE SKY
parachuting out of army helicopters to invade Tucker Pierce’s idyllic fatherland on Pemberwick Island, Maine.
They name themselves SYLO and they're a mystery department of the U.S. army. SYLO’s commander, Captain Granger, informs Pemberwick citizens that the island has been hit via a deadly virus and needs to be quarantined. Now Pemberwick is bring to a halt from the surface world.
Tucker believes there’s extra to SYLO’s tale. He used to be at the sidelines whilst the highschool working again dropped lifeless without caution. He observed the weird middle of the night explosion over the sea, and the mysterious making a song airplane that trip like shadows during the evening sky. He tasted the Ruby—and skilled the powers it gave him—for himself.
What all this implies, SYLO isn’t announcing. purely Tucker holds the clues which may clear up this lethal mystery.
LOOK TO THE SKY
because Pemberwick is simply the 1st cease.
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She asked. ” said the doctor. — Burn it at once. What? Nonsense? Get him a new one. ” 30 And so the little Rabbit was put into a sack with the old picture books and a lot of rubbish and carried out to the end of the garden behind the fowl-house. That was a fine place to make a bonfire, only the gardener was too busy just then to attend to it. He had the potatoes to dig and the green peas to gather, but next morning he promised to come quite early and burn the whole lot. That night the Boy slept in a different bedroom, and he had a new bunny to sleep with him.
It was so beautiful that the little Rabbit forgot to cry and just lay there watching it. And presently the blossom opened, and out of it there stepped a fairy. She was quite the loveliest fairy in the whole world. Her dress was of pearl and dewdrops, and there were flowers round her neck and in her hair, and her face was like the most perfect flower of all. And she came close to the little Rabbit and gathered him up in her arms and kissed him on his velveteen nose that was all damp from crying.
They had carried the Boy out on to the balcony, wrapped in a shawl, and the little Rabbit lay tangled up among the bedclothes, thinking. The Boy was going to the seaside tomorrow. Everything was arranged, and now it only remained to carry out the doctor’s orders. They talked about it all, while the little Rabbit lay under the bedclothes, with just his head peeping out, and listened. The room was to be disinfected, and all the books and toys that the Boy had played with in bed must be burnt. ” thought the little Rabbit.
Sylo (The Sylo Chronicles, Book 1) by D. J. MacHale