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The Thief (Medusa Project #2.5)/ Walking the Walls The events in this special story take place between The Hostage and The Rescue, but The Thief can be read as a stand alone storyThe Thief stars the four Medusa teens, Nico, Ketty, Ed and Dylan Following the explosion that ended The Hostage, the teens are sent to a boot camp in Spain to learn some discipline, but also for their own protection On the way there, the group are attacked and forced to carry out a high risk diamond theft

About the Author: Sophie McKenzie

Hey there Welcome to my Goodreads page where you can keep up with all my stories both the ones that are already published and the works in progress I write mostly thrillers though I have done some teen romance stories too.I m really excited right now because ofClose My Eyes which is my first psychological thriller for adult readers pub May 2013, UK, July 2013, US Split Second my new teen thriller for Autumn 2013 UK The Flynn teen romance series which started with Falling Fast and Burning Bright and continues with Casting Shadows pub July 2013, UK Forinfo on these and my other books, check out my website

10 thoughts on “The Thief (Medusa Project #2.5)/ Walking the Walls

  1. says:

    WTF Its 2.5 I never knew about this WTF

  2. says:

    Great book, love it, so interesting and makes me want to read it over and over again.

  3. says:

    It is really good, it was the first Medusa Project I read because I saw it on World Book Day and it looked like the only decent thing there so I got it I really enjoyed it, so much so I got the rest of the series I didn t however enjoy the actual series as much as I did with this one though.

  4. says:

    The Medusa project books are amazing if you like these types of book I would recommend it if you like books where people have powers as it sounds childish kids with powers but it totally isn t it has a way of making it interesting in a non childish way if that makes sense

  5. says:

    I love Chris Higgins books as said before, I just wish that instead of them walking the walls they went to the library and did their homework Angie is weird for being 16 17 and going with a 13 year old.the other book is okay too.

  6. says:

    I registered a book at I registered a book at

  7. says:

    Straightforward and simple A quick and easy read.

  8. says:

    love it

  9. says:

    I love reading all of the perspectives because Dylan But it s fast paced and filled with tons of action

  10. says:

    not at library

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