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The Hidden Code
The Hidden Code

The Hidden Code

12+

YOUNG ADULT FICTION

328 Pages, 5.5 x 8.25

Formats: Trade Paper, Cloth

Trade Paper, $9.95 (US $9.95) (CA $12.95)

Publication Date: September 2019

ISBN 9781944821920

Rights: US & CA

CBAY Books (Sep 2019)

Not Yet Published. Estimated release date: September 2019
 

Overview

For fans of Lara Croft and The Da Vinci Code comes an exciting young adult adventure

Eleven years ago, Hannah Hawkins' parents disappeared while traveling abroad. Presumed dead, Hannah and her uncle are shocked when a letter from her mom arrives right after Hannah's sixteenth birthday. By piecing together cryptic hints from the note and other clues left behind, Hannah realizes her parents disappeared while trying to find the mysterious Code of Enoch, an artifact they believed could hold the key to curing disease—or creating it. Hannah's parents had been determined to destroy the Code, no matter the cost. Now with the help of her uncle, her best friend, and another cute but not entirely trustworthy guy, Hannah sets out to discover what happened to her parents and if the Code of Enoch is real.

Reviews

"HEIST SOCIETY meets the DA VINCI CODE in PJ Hoover's latest YA novel. Fans of Ally Carter's books, or Maggie Hall's THE CONSPIRACY OF US series, will enjoy this fast-paced thriller complete with cracked codes, missing persons, and an annoyingly hot travel companion who could end up being the boyfriend—or the bad guy." —Liz Friend, Texas Lone Star reading list committee "Once you start this exciting, dangerous adventure you will not want it to end!" —Cheryl Michulka, Librarian. Westview Middle School, Pflugerville ISD

Author Biography

P. J. Hoover wanted to be a Jedi, but when that didn't work out, she became an electrical engineer instead. She's the award-winning author of Tut: The Story of my Immortal Life and Solstice. When not writing, P. J. practices kung fu and spends time with her family in Austin, Texas.