Genius
Three teen geniuses from diverse backgrounds must work together to stop a vicious warlord, protect their families, and save the world in this fast-paced sequel to Genius: The Game.ON THE RUN!Tunde: This fourteen-year-old self-taught engineering genius from Nigeria is in a race against time to save his village from a ruthless warlord.Painted Wolf: This mysterious sixteen-year-old activist blogger and strategist from China is searching for a way to rescue her father from the corruption he's inadvertently been caught up in.Rex: This sixteen-year-old Mexican-American has proven himself to be one of the best programmers in the world, only to be falsely accused of stealing billions of government secrets for the terrorist hacking group Terminal.Pursued by the police, the FBI, and most dangerous of all, Kiran Biswas, visionary CEO and evil mastermind, three teen geniuses have to move fast and stay low as they race to find a missing brother, stop a vicious warlord, and save the world in Genius: The Con by Leopoldo Gout.

Genius Details

TitleGenius
Author
FormatHardcover
ReleaseAug 1st, 2017
PublisherFeiwel & Friends
ISBN1250045827
ISBN-139781250045829
Number of pages352 pages
Rating
GenreYoung Adult

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Genius Review

  • HNGC Library
    March 15, 2017
    Such a great follow up to the first Genius book. In this installment Painted Wolf, Tunde and Rex are on the run both in America and Africa. Tunde creates more inventions, Rex searches for more clues about the whereabouts of his brother and Painted Wolf uses her network of contacts to keep them safe. The pacing and technology remind me of Little Brother. In the eARC form there were not the drawings of Tundes inventions that made the first book so intriguing. I hope these drawings will be in the f Such a great follow up to the first Genius book. In this installment Painted Wolf, Tunde and Rex are on the run both in America and Africa. Tunde creates more inventions, Rex searches for more clues about the whereabouts of his brother and Painted Wolf uses her network of contacts to keep them safe. The pacing and technology remind me of Little Brother. In the eARC form there were not the drawings of Tundes inventions that made the first book so intriguing. I hope these drawings will be in the finished book.
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