Now in his second year as a superhuman cadet-in-training, Tom's been promoted to a mid-level member of the elite training corps known as Camelot Company, or CamCo. As training intensifies and the moment arrives to impress the multinational corporations who will make or break the cadets' careers, Tom finds himself drawn into a power struggle that's more dramatic - and with far higher stakes - than anything he ever imagined. There are nefarious new enemies to outwit, old friendships that take on new faces, a romance that Tom is encouraged to betray, and an increasing desire on Tom's behalf to demand nothing less than 'justice for all' - even if he sabotages his own future in the process. But what will his idealism cost? Filled with camaraderie, wit, action and intelligence, the second book in S. J. Kincaid's futuristic trilogy continues to explore fascinating and timely questions about power, politics, technology, loyalty and friendship.
About the Author
US author S. J. Kincaid originally wanted to be an astronaut, but she decided to become a full-time writer after spending a year studying in Edinburgh and living next to a haunted graveyard. However, after writing many novels and having had no sucess in finding a publisher for any of them, S. J. decided she would write one more, then give up for good. That last book turned out to be the phenomenally popular Insignia, and she hasn't looked back since.
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Comments about Vortex:
Magnificent exploration of the characters. The hate between some, the love between others is just sensational. Simply addictive.
'Vortex is a gripping, heart-stopping thriller that, in spite of its page-turning pace, masterfully deals with themes of identity, relationships and grief.' 'Julie Cross has created a gripping story with equal measures of action, science fiction and romance.' Bookapoet.co.uk
Series: Insignia Trilogy
Audience: Teenager / Young Adult
For Ages: 11+ years old
Number Of Pages: 432
Published: 1st July 2013
Publisher: Hot Key Books
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 12.9 x 2.9
Weight (kg): 0.35