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The Prometheus Project

Continue reading from the first book in series of young adult novels that's being hailed as science's answer to Harry Potter

Douglas E. Richards
__When we linkurl:left the Resnick kids,;http://www.the-scientist.com/news/display/57566/ the tweens who have stumbled upon an abandoned alien city buried deep beneath the Earth, they were staring down the toothy maw of an eight-legged, nine-hundred pound alien predator that they disturbed while exploring an intergalactic zoo located inside the city.Just as the muscular beast is ready to pounce, Regan Resnick, younger sister to Ryan, has an idea.__
From the Chapter titled "The Swarm" in __The Prometheus Project: Trapped__Suddenly, Regan had an inspiration. She picked up a large rock by her feet. "Brace yourself, Ryan!" she yelled. And then she did something her brother would never have expected in a million years. She jumped on his back. Despite her warning he barely managed not to fall over as she climbed up his back and sat on his shoulders. What was she doing? "Now growl and scream at it!" said Regan, who immediately took her...


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