Nightrise

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Scholastic Press, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 365 pages
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The world is in great danger--and only five kids can save it. But to do that, they must face off against some of the most powerful people in the world. Two of the five, Scott and Jamie, have always known they were different. Twins whose birth is shrouded in mystery, they've always been able to communicate with each other telepathically. Their supernatural talent has landed them no farther than a gig in a Z-grade sideshow in Reno, Nevada...until they garner the attention of a very scary clientele. Soon their lives are in jeopardy, with one of them trapped and one of them on the run. In Nightrise, Anthony Horowitz ups the stakes in his most thrilling, intense novel yet.

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Nightrise Book Review (The Gatekeepers Book #3) by Anthony Horowitz I’d give this one 3.5 stars out of 5. Anthony Horowitz is one of my favorite modern writers. His greatest strength, or, what ... Read full review

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Fourteen year old twins Scott and Jamie Tyler have never known who they are or where they come from but they know that the possess extraordinary powers. When Scott is kidnapped by the sinister night rise organization and Jamie is blamed for murder they know that they have to use their powers to survive.
While Scott is in the clutches of night rise Jamie is catapulted thousands of years into the past, bringing him face to face with the old ones. Here Jamie learns that he is one of the gatekeepers whose power combined with four others is all that stands in the way of eternal chaos.Together at last the five must fight with all their strength and they must win.
 

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Anthony Horowitz is the New York Times bestselling author of The Gatekeepers series, Raven's Gate, Evil Star, Nightrise, and Necropolis, as well as the Alex Rider series, which includes Stormbreaker, Point Blank, Skeleton Key, Eagle Strike, Scorpia, Arc Angel, and Snakehead. He lives in London.

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