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Set in a cinematic world where telekinetic powers dominate, Quake is the pulse-pounding finale to an epic story of love and revenge for fans of I Am Number Four and The Maze Runner.
Faith and Dylan may have stopped the Quinns from destroying the Western State the last time but now the twins have joined forces with Hotspur Chance—the lethal mastermind behind Intels and pulses—and there’s no telling what he is capable of now.
Caught in the middle of a deadly war, Faith and Dylan fight in hair-rising battles while their Intel friend Hawk works to discover the secrets of the States. But the answers Hawk finds are bigger and more mind-altering than anyone expected…and if Faith and Dylan want to finish what they started, they will need to harness their pulses in a way no one has ever done before. Can Faith and Dylan’s love save the world with a quake that is big enough to change the course of history?
detention zone. Message relay ordered. M4-ZTom unlock code 220.127.116.11. Do not respond to this feed. Terminating.” “You were really close, Jade,” Hawk said. “Only one number off. You’ve got an excellent memory. Definitely better than Clooger’s.” Jade beamed with pride, brushing her dark hair back with a delicate hand as Hawk entered the full code into the drive—18.104.22.168. There was a pause and a series of static waves that made everyone’s heart sink, and then a voice almost all of them had
always leave scars. “My pleasure,” Faith said. She saw a flit of movement behind her in the trees and knew Jade was close by, hiding in the trees. Dammit, Jade. Run! she thought. Clara flew into the sky overhead, dragging Faith along when she wouldn’t let go. “You know how I hate all these trees,” Clara said. “But I hate you even more.” Clara punched her knee upward and simultaneously brought an elbow across the side of Faith’s head. Faith careened head over heels in the air and Clara kept
a quake of activity. Did I make that happen? She looked up at the ragged peak and thought she saw pieces of rock breaking free. Wade let fly his own powers and the trees that were piled on top of him stopped, rising slowly and then slamming back down in front of him. Faith shook her head and refocused. They were at a standstill when Wade spoke. “Let us go and we won’t kill the girl,” Wade said. Jade had come running out of the forest, and now she was kneeling over Carl and Clooger, sobbing
one another. “Faith?! Faith!” Faith heard but did not see as Jade pulled free from Clara’s iron grip and ran toward the voice. Jade was short and small, and Faith could see only her head as she peered out of the square hole in the door. “Where are you?” Jade asked, looking back and forth. “Here,” Faith said, in what she felt was a soft voice but wasn’t sure came out that way. “I’m right here. Are you okay?” Jade looked at the hole in the door and caught Faith’s eye. Anger sparked on her brow
hand. As soon as the gun was free it skittered down the corridor, toward a figure who was moving out of the rubble. The figure picked up the gun with her mind, opened the chamber, and saw that all the bullets were gone. Faith felt the full force of her power return, but she didn’t use it, not yet. She let her pulse simmer and grow as Jade came into view. “Are you okay?” Jade asked. “Yeah, I’m okay. Are you?” Faith asked. But Faith already knew the answer. Meredith hadn’t been a second pulse,