First Chance: A Suspense Novel

Paperback | November 4, 2003

byMark M. Owen

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If you've ever been lucky enough to experience the Public School System in suburban America, then you will empathize with Marty Mason and delight at his teenage experiences in town of Kappaqua Falls. While most people never have the opportunity to use what they learned in High School, Marty leverages the teachings from his classes in real time to outwit and defeat several abusive bullies. His victory celebration is short lived as he is brought before the ruthless Principal of the school and subjected to a ground-breaking behavior modification treatment. Military high technology has invaded the high school, and Marty is the unsuspecting first test subject of a strange new supercomputer-driven brain stimulation system. FIRST CHANCE provides exciting, page-turning entertainment from the first page until the last.

His FIRST CHANCE May be his LAST
From the sleepy city of Mérida, Mexico to the Castle of Kukulcán at the Mayan ruins of Chichén-Itzá on the Yucatán Peninsula, to the quaint town of Kappaqua Falls, New York, FIRST CHANCE provides an entertaining and suspenseful ride. First time author Mark Owen paints a visually compelling tale of a teenager caught in the American Public School system, struggling against his oppressors: Man and Machine.

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If you've ever been lucky enough to experience the Public School System in suburban America, then you will empathize with Marty Mason and delight at his teenage experiences in town of Kappaqua Falls. While most people never have the opportunity to use what they learned in High School, Marty leverages the teachings from his classes in ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.65 inPublished:November 4, 2003Publisher:IuniverseLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0595298621

ISBN - 13:9780595298624

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