Lux Omnibus Volume 1 by Jalex Hansen

Lux Omnibus Volume 1

byJalex Hansen

Kobo ebook | December 31, 2012

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Omnibus Edition of the best selling Lux series, containing Seeds, Call to Arms, and Alliance. Includes never before seen cast pictures. *** In a crumbling America where the young are hunted and contained, three teenagers discover they carry a genetic marker that gives them unusual abilities, and a small group of rebels rises up to fight a desperate battle against a power greater than themselves. As America falls and everything they know and love is destroyed, they will have to build an army to fight for what remains. Lux 1.1 Seeds While living in the shadow of an emerging new world government, a congressman's daughter, a science whiz, and an actor learn they are not who they thought they were. Lux 1.2 Call to Arms As America falls, the survivors begin to build an army to fight against the corrupt government of Senator Angine, while the Lux experiment with their abilities and try to come to terms with what they are. Lux 1.3 Alliance As Angine ascends to power, the Lux and the underground resistance draw together, forming alliances both personal and military. *** "This is a fantastically written dystopia similar to the new books Divergent, Enclave, or even Legend. There are a lot of strong characters that are really fleshed out and a dramatic event that affects them all and is bringing them together. All the characters are changing and growing into the type of leaders needed in a society that has been sabotaged by one evil man. Jalex Hansen is an intriguing author that effortlessly transitions from one storyline to the next and keeps the reader totally enthralled." -The BookRunner Show Less
Title:Lux Omnibus Volume 1Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 31, 2012Publisher:Jalex HansenLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1301353310

ISBN - 13:9781301353316

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