My Brother is an Outcast - Book 2 - Escape: Book for Kids 12+ by Katrina Kahler

Freedom...This suspenseful story continues the saga of Zoe and Logan as they attempt to escape from the unfair Government law that separates people without the MAOA gene.

My brother is an outcast - book 2 - escape: book for kids 12+

Freedom...This suspenseful story continues the saga of Zoe and Logan as they attempt to escape from the unfair Government law that separates people without the MAOA gene.

Freedom is what they are after, but is it possible for the pair to achieve this or will they be captured by the authorities? 

This fabulous book for kids ages 12 and over is filled with drama, excitement, suspense and a plot that will keep you on the edge of your seat right through until the very end. 

If you're looking for great books for teenagers, and kids 12 and over, and you enjoy suspenseful stories, then you're sure to love this thrilling series.

Genre: FICTION / Science Fiction / Short Stories

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Short Stories (single author)

Language: English

Keywords: books for teens 12-16 girls, books for teen boys, books for teenage boys, girls books ages 9-12, books for teen girls, books for teenage girls, books for teenagers

Word Count: 24207

Sales info:

#189,451 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Sample text:

“Where are we?” I asked after we had sat silently in the dark for what seemed like years. The van had pulled away. I didn’t want to stand around here any longer than we had to. Logan was quiet, but I could hear him moving around. “What are you doing?” “I’m trying to figure out where we are,” Logan huffed. “There has to be a door or something around here.” “Why would that police officer drop us here?” I asked as I tried to stay close to Logan. He was searching along the walls for a light switch, or a door, anything that would help us understand our situation a little better. Logan was handling this whole thing a little bit better than I was, and I think it was his time in Relocation City that helped him do it. We used to be almost the same person. The biggest difference between us had always been the gender thing. Other than that we liked the same music, TV, we had a favorite movie, and we played the same sports. We even looked the same. It was hard for people to explain, but they would say, “No, Zoe you do look like a girl, and Logan looks like a boy, but you guys are definitely twins.” Always the same words, people seemed to be very concerned that I would be insulted by the fact that I look like my brother. Bobby Zipco, a boy at school, once told me that I looked like my father as a woman, I asked him if he spent a lot of time imagining my father as a woman. It certainly reduced his smart comments for a while I jumped onto Logan’s back as the sound of metal rubbing against metal filled the room. Logan went right to the ground. We tried to stay out of sight. There was definitely someone moving around in here. I could feel Logan’s heart beating out of his chest, or maybe it was mine. We were both frozen with fear.


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Sonia Alexandra Costa
Author review:
Sonia is a fantastic translator.

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