Adolescents tend to think they can rule their known world from anywhere with a phone signal: Kevin Brooks’s gripping, streetwise and profound. iBoy by Kevin Brooks – book cover, description, publication history. Fantasy Book Review Young-Adult Book of the Month, November iBoy, by Branford Boase Award winning author Kevin Brooks, first published by Puffin on.
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Items borrowed from other libraries through Interlibrary Loan are dependent on the policies of the lending library. Sixteen-year-old Tom Harvey was an ordinary Londoner until an attack that caused fragments of an iPhone to be embedded in his brain, giving him incredible knowledge and power, but using brookw power against the gang that attacked him and a friend could have deadly consequences. Before the attack, Tom Harvey was just an average teen.
iBoy by Kevin Brooks book review
But a head-on collision with high technology has turned him into an actualized App. Fragments of a shattered iPhone are embedded in his brain. And they’re having an extraordinary effect on his every thought. Because now Tom knows, sees, and can do more than any normal boy ever could.
But with his new powers comes a choice: Seek revenge on the vicious gangs who rule the South London housing projects where he lives, and who violated his friend Lucy?
Or keep quiet and move on? brooks
iBoy by Kevin Brooks
From iBoy When he saw me standing there-a hooded figure jboy a nightmare face — Jayden froze, shocked, scared to death. I reached out to push him back into the elevator. I ibly intended to give him a shove, but when my hand touched his chest, my bgooks flashed and I felt something jolt through my arm, and Jayden was suddenly flying backward as if he’d been hit with a sledgehammer.
As he slammed against the lift wall and slumped to the floor, I stepped in after him and the doors closed behind me. There was a faint smell of electricity in the elevator-a hot, crackly kind of smell-and as I hit the button for the ground floor I realized that the skin of my hands was shimmering, too, just like my face.
And the ends of my fingertips were glowing red. The elevator started to descend. I looked down at Jayden. He btooks very pale, his face white and rigid, his hands shaking. He stared at me for a moment, then wiped his mouth and spat on the floor.
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First Chapter or Excerpt From iBoy When he saw me standing there-a hooded figure with a nightmare face — Jayden froze, shocked, scared to death. Hinton ; introduction by Jodi Picoult. Grace, Amanda, Published: Add Tag sci-fi 1violent 1YA 1.