I'm Nico and what I'm about to tell you is Secret and Dangerous and True. It's also several planetary systems beyond Weird. Here's how it started Picture this. Fourteen years ago, scientist William Fox implanted four babies with the Medusa gene - a gene for psychic abilities. Now the children are teenagers - and unaware that their psychic powers are about to kick in. Cocky, charismatic Nico thinks his emerging telekinetic abilities will. The Medusa Project has 18 entries in the series. The Medusa Game. The Medusa Project (Series). Cindy Dees Author (). cover image of The Set Up.
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I stared at it as she answered. It was new.
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Could I have looked more of an idiot? Trying to move a stupid twig while her actual boyfriend had bought her an ultra-cool phone.
Furious with myself I chucked the twig on the ground. I felt like punching the bench behind me. As I stared at it, rage pulsing in my chest, the bench fell backwards. It landed with a thud on the ground. The rage in my chest vanished and I felt cold with fear. I stared at the bench. My mind had knocked it over. I was sure of it. I wandered over to a clump of trees.
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Most of my year were there. Ketty, of course, slim and scruffy in her running gear, with Billy and a few of his friends. Tom and Curtis were there too — heading for the sports hut, almost certainly to sneak a smoke in before the home room bell. Nearer me a bunch of girls were chatting, giggling over some magazine.
All ordinary school stuff.
I sighed. It was pointless trying to resist. Like I told you, even though he was my stepdad he always seemed to come down harder on me than any other pupil. I stopped walking. Fergus marched up, panting slightly. Some bright spark called them about what happened in assembly.
He checked himself. There were three hundred people in the room.
Fergus rubbed his head. I rolled my eyes. Come on, Nico. You saw what you did. He was lying, I was certain. He must know more. How else could he have worked out so quickly that what he was seeing was telekinesis — and that I was making it happen?
I frowned. Because I do. Fergus shuddered. Your mother would have hated it. I know she would. I stared at him, my resentment building. How could Fergus know for sure what my mum would have thought? For your own good. I narrowed my eyes.
How typical was this?
Fergus treating me like a child who had to be told what was good for him. When was he going to see that I was old enough to work stuff like that out for myself?
He was just using my mum to get me to agree. The next two days passed in the usual boring blur of school activities. But everyone soon forgot about it. I tried a few times to make stuff move again. But nothing happened. Like most schools, Fox Academy had strict rules about switching off your mobile in class.
It was double maths. Boring as hell. And I was almost asleep, when my phone vibrated. I fished it out of my pocket, checking first that our teacher, Mr. This action might not be possible to undo.
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Are you sure you want to continue? Upload Sign In Join. Save For Later. Create a List. The Medusa Project: Summary Fourteen years ago, scientist William Fox implanted four babies with the Medusa gene - a gene for psychic abilities. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Jul 6, ISBN: Only joking. No way. But there it was. My best friend. I looked away.
Tried to calm myself. But my eyes kept going back to them. I tore my eyes away and felt the fury building in my chest. It was true. Actually, I did. A great, big, loved-up smile. I blinked and the hands stopped. Which is when it struck me.
This was no freak wind. It was me. Tried to calm myself. But my eyes kept going back to them. Apart from a load of money, of course. I looked up at the stage and tried to concentrate on what Fergus was talking about. Some long, dull lecture about the appropriate way to wear your school uniform.
I tore my eyes away and felt the fury building in my chest. It was true. Actually, I did. But everything about him was annoying me now — his solemn face. I half thought of jumping up and pointing and shouting for the teachers to stop them.
And then Ketty turned her head to look at him and right there, in front of everyone.
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A great, big, loved-up smile. My stomach turned over. I could feel my face flooding red. I stared through the nearest window. It was open just a fraction. I imagined storming over to it and slamming it shut. With a sudden swerve, the window swung wide open. I jumped. Before I could even register what was happening, the window slammed shut. Several people sitting nearby looked round. I watched as the window opened and slammed shut again, then opened once more.
I glanced at the curtains beside it. As I did, they lifted away from the wall, like a gust of wind had rippled through them. My eyes tore round the room. More curtains moved. Some floated up for a second and dropped again. Others flew high into the air. What was going on?
Around me I could hear people gasping. Whimpers and anxious squeals from the younger kids filled the air. Stay in your seats.
The clock hands moved — first slowly, then faster and faster, whizzing until they were a blur. I blinked and the hands stopped. Which is when it struck me. This was no freak wind.
It was me. I was making everything move. My heart hammered like a machine gun. I glanced away from the clock, to a vase that teetered on the table by the stage. More curtains flew up. A chair tipped against the wall. The vase smashed. Whatever I looked at was moving — violently, angrily. Like I was riding a wave of anger and every time I looked at something that wave crashed down.
How am I doing this? For a second I felt like I was two people: one watching what was going on along with everyone else; the other somehow making it happen. My eyes swept back to the clock. As I stared, it fell off the wall and crashed to the floor.
Screams now around me. A girl sobbing in the row behind. Make it stop! It was still standing wide open. The Hostage Paperback Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! More books from this author: See more by Sophie McKenzie. More books in this series: Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! New Releases Books and The City.
Teen Romance. True Crime Children's Books. See More Categories. Your First Name. Postal Code.In contrasts, C. Picture this. The effects of OA on box-jellyfishes has only been investigated in three other species Alatina nr mordens 23 , Alatina alata 24 , and Carybdea rastoni 13 down to a pH of minimum 7. However, we know little about the biology of many regionally dominant jellyfish species As I stared at it, rage pulsing in my chest, the bench fell backwards.
We also observed retractions of tentacles inside the bell in some individuals in the reduced pH treatment, without apparent prey capture. Praying I could make the thing at least twitch across her palm, I focused hard.
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