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Jeff Dunn has been writing stories since he was ten and wrote his first full-length novel while he was still at school.

How far would you go for a friend? It is February 2203. Jeff Dunn has been writing stories since he was ten and wrote his first full-length novel while he was still at school. His non-fiction articles have appeared in a variety of magazines. He studied astronomy and planetary science at university and has worked for the RSPB and RSNC. Ten percent of the royalties from Hecate’s Child will be donated to UNICEF. Mor. rivia About Hecate's Child.

Jeff Dunn's main character, Joey, is just a guy who's trying to deal with his parents and help his friends.

Select Format: Paperback. How far would you go for a friend? It is February 2203. Here he befriends Diana, a girl with strange abilities but no memory of her past, except that she has escaped from somebody who terrifies her. As they try to uncover the secret of who she is and where she came from, they are joined by Kim, a champion virtual reality pilot, and Tycho, a boy genius.

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How far would you go for a friend? It is February 2203. Lonely and neglected, Joey haunts the underworld of Rainbow City, capital of the Moon. Here he befriends Diana, a girl with strange abilities but no memory of her past, except that she has escaped from somebody who terrifies her. As they try to uncover the secret of who she is and where she came from, they are joined by Kim, a champion virtual reality pilot, and Tycho, a boy genius. When Diana is recaptured and taken to Earth, Joey, Kim and Tycho must set out on the adventure of a lifetime to save her and expose the evil experiment from which she thought she had escaped. www.hecateschild.com.

Hecate's Child epub download

ISBN13: 978-1425926137

ISBN: 1425926134

Author: Jeff Dunn

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Language: English

Publisher: AuthorHouse (April 6, 2006)

Pages: 200 pages

ePUB size: 1993 kb

FB2 size: 1700 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 278

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Gorisar
One of the complaints I've heard from friends who don't like reading fantasy and science fiction novels is that it's hard. First of all, the names, whether they be characters or scientific concepts, are tricky to pronounce. Geography's important and, usually, there's an elaborate back story. This is a genre where you have to put a little in to get something out. Admit it, it would be pretty hard to understand HARRY POTTER if you didn't know the difference between Occlumency, the art of blocking mind readers, and Arithmancy, the study of ancient runes. HECATE'S CHILD by Jeff Dunn is a sort of book that I would recommend to friends who are not used to the worlds of robots and magic.

The novel opens up with twelve-year-old Joey Copernicus exploring the underground tunnels of the lunar settlement, Rainbow City. He finds an amnesiac girl named Diana who has escaped from people who are trying to hurt her. Together they try to regain her memory and are helped by Kim Ho, a virtual Moonskimmer champion, and Tycho Mundy, a computer whiz. They soon discover that Diana is no ordinary girl and that she is somehow connected to a mysterious organization called "Hecate." But just when they are beginning to get some answers, Diana is kidnapped and taken to Earth. Joey, Kim, and Tycho will not only have to break the law but also risk their lives to get her back.

While there is some memorization involved, it's never a chore. I was surprised with how familiar this futuristic world seemed. There's even pizza - though the pepperoni is processed fungus. Sure there is some strange stuff like bacteria-sized computers called "nanobytes," visors that act like computer screens called "gogs," and holographic servants called "Friendlies," but they seem more like twists on today's technology than far-fetched theories. Since Diana has amnesia, the bulk of the information comes up in conversation, which doesn't bog down the story. Jeff Dunn is also great at combining information and action at the same time.

I think that this book is a fun and easy read. If the set-up still gets you down, the characters are well worth the read. They're not like the heroes that come with their own theme music that my friends sometime whine about. Jeff Dunn's main character, Joey, is just a guy who's trying to deal with his parents and help his friends. Totally relatable.

Reviewed by: Natalie Tsang
Gorisar
One of the complaints I've heard from friends who don't like reading fantasy and science fiction novels is that it's hard. First of all, the names, whether they be characters or scientific concepts, are tricky to pronounce. Geography's important and, usually, there's an elaborate back story. This is a genre where you have to put a little in to get something out. Admit it, it would be pretty hard to understand HARRY POTTER if you didn't know the difference between Occlumency, the art of blocking mind readers, and Arithmancy, the study of ancient runes. HECATE'S CHILD by Jeff Dunn is a sort of book that I would recommend to friends who are not used to the worlds of robots and magic.

The novel opens up with twelve-year-old Joey Copernicus exploring the underground tunnels of the lunar settlement, Rainbow City. He finds an amnesiac girl named Diana who has escaped from people who are trying to hurt her. Together they try to regain her memory and are helped by Kim Ho, a virtual Moonskimmer champion, and Tycho Mundy, a computer whiz. They soon discover that Diana is no ordinary girl and that she is somehow connected to a mysterious organization called "Hecate." But just when they are beginning to get some answers, Diana is kidnapped and taken to Earth. Joey, Kim, and Tycho will not only have to break the law but also risk their lives to get her back.

While there is some memorization involved, it's never a chore. I was surprised with how familiar this futuristic world seemed. There's even pizza - though the pepperoni is processed fungus. Sure there is some strange stuff like bacteria-sized computers called "nanobytes," visors that act like computer screens called "gogs," and holographic servants called "Friendlies," but they seem more like twists on today's technology than far-fetched theories. Since Diana has amnesia, the bulk of the information comes up in conversation, which doesn't bog down the story. Jeff Dunn is also great at combining information and action at the same time.

I think that this book is a fun and easy read. If the set-up still gets you down, the characters are well worth the read. They're not like the heroes that come with their own theme music that my friends sometime whine about. Jeff Dunn's main character, Joey, is just a guy who's trying to deal with his parents and help his friends. Totally relatable.

Reviewed by: Natalie Tsang
Anararius
"Hecate's Child is an adventurous tale filled with mischief and mayhem from beginning to end."

"Joey, Kim and Tycho are on a mission to help solve the mystery behind their friend Diana. Joey meets Diana while searching the underground of Rainbow City, Capital of the Moon. Diana is trying to escape from someone who she fears is trying to do her harm. Unfortunately, Diana has no memory of her past, therefore discovering who she is and what her stalkers want will truly be a challenge."

"Joey and Diana meet Kim and Tycho while searching for answers to Diana's past. They join forces and embark upon a mission to help solve the mystery. Diana is captured and taken to Earth. Joey, Kim and Tycho follow suit and attempt to save Diana from the strange individuals who have kidnapped her."

"This is a futuristic look at life in 2203, full of adventure and imagination."

"Jeff Dunn does a great job with this unique novel. This is a great book for kids and adults alike, especially for those who enjoy science fiction books."
Anararius
"Hecate's Child is an adventurous tale filled with mischief and mayhem from beginning to end."

"Joey, Kim and Tycho are on a mission to help solve the mystery behind their friend Diana. Joey meets Diana while searching the underground of Rainbow City, Capital of the Moon. Diana is trying to escape from someone who she fears is trying to do her harm. Unfortunately, Diana has no memory of her past, therefore discovering who she is and what her stalkers want will truly be a challenge."

"Joey and Diana meet Kim and Tycho while searching for answers to Diana's past. They join forces and embark upon a mission to help solve the mystery. Diana is captured and taken to Earth. Joey, Kim and Tycho follow suit and attempt to save Diana from the strange individuals who have kidnapped her."

"This is a futuristic look at life in 2203, full of adventure and imagination."

"Jeff Dunn does a great job with this unique novel. This is a great book for kids and adults alike, especially for those who enjoy science fiction books."
Vudojar
One of the best things about this story is that all the magic it contains might be real one day. I'd love a bedroom like Joeys, its really cool. The story really draws you in and gets you involved with the characters. Its great to see a Chinese central character. I really like Kim and the way she and Tycho are always arguing is funny. And I really feel for Diana when the truth about her is revealed. Joey is a good friend when she needs one most. I hope they all go on to have more adventures together.
Vudojar
One of the best things about this story is that all the magic it contains might be real one day. I'd love a bedroom like Joeys, its really cool. The story really draws you in and gets you involved with the characters. Its great to see a Chinese central character. I really like Kim and the way she and Tycho are always arguing is funny. And I really feel for Diana when the truth about her is revealed. Joey is a good friend when she needs one most. I hope they all go on to have more adventures together.
sergant
This is a fabulous and spectacular adventure, full of wonders and choc full of ideas. Anybody who likes imaginative fiction, be it Harry Potter, Alex Rider or Artemis Fowl would enjoy this novel. I loved the characters, even the evil ones like the menacing Nathaniel Hade and the creepy misshapen Hood Twins. Joey is an excellent hero, plucky, decisive and resourceful, but Diana is no helpless heroine. She can take care of herself, even though she is unaware of the strange powers she possesses and exhibits them often by accident as she and her friends set out to uncover the secret of who she is. Tycho is a genius from whom no computer system is safe and Kim is a daredevil who often seems to be enjoying their escapades a little too much. There is drama and humour mixed in with the action, as Joey defies his busy and neglectful parents, Diana deals with her amnesia and Kim and Tycho put a brave face on life in the city orphanage. And there is horror when the truth behind Diana's identity is finally revealed. This is the sort of novel that would make a wonderful movie one day, especially with today's special effects. There are also hints at the end of questions unanswered that suggest the author is planning a sequel. If so, please hurry, I can't wait.
sergant
This is a fabulous and spectacular adventure, full of wonders and choc full of ideas. Anybody who likes imaginative fiction, be it Harry Potter, Alex Rider or Artemis Fowl would enjoy this novel. I loved the characters, even the evil ones like the menacing Nathaniel Hade and the creepy misshapen Hood Twins. Joey is an excellent hero, plucky, decisive and resourceful, but Diana is no helpless heroine. She can take care of herself, even though she is unaware of the strange powers she possesses and exhibits them often by accident as she and her friends set out to uncover the secret of who she is. Tycho is a genius from whom no computer system is safe and Kim is a daredevil who often seems to be enjoying their escapades a little too much. There is drama and humour mixed in with the action, as Joey defies his busy and neglectful parents, Diana deals with her amnesia and Kim and Tycho put a brave face on life in the city orphanage. And there is horror when the truth behind Diana's identity is finally revealed. This is the sort of novel that would make a wonderful movie one day, especially with today's special effects. There are also hints at the end of questions unanswered that suggest the author is planning a sequel. If so, please hurry, I can't wait.