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Pigeon (The Ornis Experiment Book 1) (edition 2015)

by Olga Werby (Author)

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Pigeon is eleven, homeless, and now an orphan. Alone and scared, he seeks to find a new family. But the past he barely remembers comes back to haunt him, endangering his newly-found friends, the Kikkert Family. Fortunately, the Kikkerts want to adopt Pigeon even if he is wanted by strange para-military DNA warriors. As they race through San Francisco to save each other, the true nature of Pigeon's birth is revealed as well as the secret identity of Madam Toad-the matriarch of the Kikkert Family. What does is mean to be human? What does it take to be a family? Pigeon is willing to risk his life to learn and to love.… (more)
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Title:Pigeon (The Ornis Experiment Book 1)
Authors:Olga Werby (Author)
Info:Pipsqueak Productions LLC (2015), Edition: 1, 312 pages
Collections:Read but unowned
Rating:*****
Tags:Family-Friendly Contemporary Science Fiction Rescue

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Start this compelling family-friendly science fiction rescue EARLY in the day or you, too, will be up WAY past your bedtime. ( )
  Quakerwidow | May 15, 2024 |
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I received the ebook in exchange for an honest review. The first third of the book I liked a little less. I didn't know what to expect and it seemed that it just was about a boy who could fly. Here I thought very wrongly. It is a very intriguing story about science and why regulation can be possible. In the end I really loved the story. ( )
  Kim10101 | Dec 7, 2015 |
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Pigeon is eleven, homeless, and now an orphan. Alone and scared, he seeks to find a new family. But the past he barely remembers comes back to haunt him, endangering his newly-found friends, the Kikkert Family. Fortunately, the Kikkerts want to adopt Pigeon even if he is wanted by strange para-military DNA warriors. As they race through San Francisco to save each other, the true nature of Pigeon's birth is revealed as well as the secret identity of Madam Toad-the matriarch of the Kikkert Family. What does is mean to be human? What does it take to be a family? Pigeon is willing to risk his life to learn and to love.

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