A Crack in the Sky

A Crack in the Sky

Book - 2010
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In a post-apocalyptic world, thirteen-year-old Eli, part of the most powerful family in the world, keeps noticing problems with the operations of his domed city but his family denies them, while in the surrounding desert, the Outsiders struggle to survive while awaiting a prophesied savior.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780385737081
0385737084
Branch Call Number: SciFic Hughes TEEN
Characteristics: 405 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm

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dirtman10
May 29, 2014

when is he going to wright the next book

CC_ML Feb 09, 2012

I hope there is going to be a sequel to this book, it ended with a huge cliff hanger.

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dirtman10
May 29, 2014

dirtman10 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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black_panther_248
Jul 12, 2015

This book tells of a future where cities are protected by weather-resistant domes, where mutant animals roam the dry, harsh Outside world, where a giant company puts off the truth about the end of the world to the very last strands of what the domes can withstand, and where people are under the spell of the CloudNet, the system that convinces people that their world is just fine. This book is about Eli, who does not put his full faith into his family's company, InfiniCorp, and asks questions about the safety and lives of people. Finally, a secret agency contacts Eli, telling him they have the answers he seeks, and pulling him away from the cocoons of lies everyone else lives in. This is an exciting adventure about a boy trying to prove that InfiniCorp, is not "taking care of everything", as they claim. This story draws you in and makes you wonder about how much harm we are really doing to our Earth.

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