Game of Flames (Voyagers, Book 2)

Game of Flames (Voyagers, Book 2)

Robin Wasserman

Language: English

Pages: 107

ISBN: 2:00343272

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Earth is in danger! The only thing that can save our planet are six essential elements  scattered throughout the galaxy. It is up to the Voyagers—a team of four kids (plus one stowaway)—to gather them all and return to Earth.

Failure is not an option. The Alpha team knows that the second element is hidden on Meta Prime, a planet filled with metal mazes, catapults of fire, and warring alien robots. But what they don’t know is that another spaceship is following hot on their trail…

Do you have what it takes to be a Voyager? Find out at VoyagersHQ.com.

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there was Piper, hovering above a catwalk, nearly a hundred feet off the ground. Piper grinned and waved down at him. The catwalk was less than two feet wide, but Piper didn’t look too worried. She knew she couldn’t fall. Her air chair wouldn’t let her. Until she was five years old, Piper was just like any other kid. Then came the accident. She could still remember how it felt when they told her she would never walk again. She could still remember how it felt to walk, because she did so in her

whispered. A satisfied smile crept across Gabriel’s face. “Power,” he said. “And I can hear it.” “What do you mean?” Dash asked. “All the power it takes to run this place? It puts out kind of a hum,” Gabriel said. “I don’t hear anything,” Dash said. “Me neither,” Piper agreed. “Just trust me,” Gabriel said. He could hear the complex humming like a lullaby. And he knew if he followed that sound as it got louder and louder, he’d reach its electronic heart. The place that generated all the

yourselves!” But it was no use. “Wait, where’s Piper?” Dash asked, alarmed to realize he couldn’t see her anywhere. Gabriel craned his neck, scanning the control center for her. There was a glimmer of movement in the corner of his eye. He caught his breath and nudged Dash. “Up there,” he whispered. Piper had easily sped out of the sloggers’ reach—but there was nowhere to hide, and there was nowhere to go. She couldn’t exactly crawl under a piece of equipment and hide until the robots gave up

going to do that. No matter what. — Safe in the Clipper, the shuttle that would carry them back to the Light Blade, Anna, Niko, and Siena watched the fireballs rain down on Lord Garquin’s kingdom. Their little slogger was crammed into the crawl space behind the seats, a sample of Magnus 7 safe in his belly. They’d succeeded—and they’d done it a lot faster than the crew of the Cloud Leopard. Down on Meta Prime, Lord Garquin’s domain was burning. Thick clouds of billowing black smoke almost hid

opened up a communications channel with Earth—or at least, she tried to. “Nothing but static,” she reported. Communications with home were patchy, especially once they left Gamma Speed. Sometimes it took days to get a clear signal. “Are you freaking kidding me?” Gabriel snorted. “Most advanced piece of technology humanity’s ever built, and it can’t manage a stupid phone call.” “It’s a ‘stupid phone call’ across several million light-years,” Piper pointed out. “We’ll keep trying,” Dash said,

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