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I Was a Teenage Mad Scientist (The…

I Was a Teenage Mad Scientist (The Promethean Society) (Volume 1)

by Derek J. Goodman

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Rhia has a gift, although some would call it a curse. Her IQ is off the charts, and she can create and build things that most people can't imagine. It also makes her an outcast. So when her family moves to the town of Clayton, Rhia resolves to keep her abilities to herself and have a fresh start. For the first time she has a chance to be popular. But they didn't move here for Rhia to blend in: Clayton High is the secret headquarters of a reclusive genius who has taken it upon himself to find the brightest minds in the country and give them free reign. Among Rhia's new classmates are a time traveler, a young girl with an army of killer squirrels, a cyborg monkey, and a handsome but angry robotics wiz. Rhia has a place to belong for the first time. But Rhia's not sure if she wants to belong. And she better make up her mind quick, because after years of torment from the other students someone within the group is planning to get revenge...

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