· Changels Book 1 · Peter King
15 reviews

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Most teens feel alienated from the adult world but Sam Kahu is more alienated than most. For a start his home just burned down and all his friends and family are missing, presumed dead. Worse, he knows they are out to get him, and if he doesn't successfully hide within the system he could find himself inside a UFO having his brain dissected. Fortunately he has a few resources: he's innately psychic, and he has high technology gadgets. But the most promising development is the young, lesbian, youth aid cop assigned to his case. Because pretty soon she's going to need help, and he has a strange feeling he's met her somewhere before.

Over six novel sized parts Changels Genesis tells the story of six psychic teenagers from around the world, and how they were trained and equipped to become superheroes: the Changels - the self appointed guardian angels of global change. Told by Sam, it's a personal story of growth, minorities, true conspiracies and alien biological warfare in the early 21st century. It is not suitable for readers under 13.

Changels Genesis mixes fact and fantasy so that it's hard to tell the difference.

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15 reviews
John Atkins
November 24, 2015
An original storyline, told by a young New Zealand native, as the present day story unfolds, his back story is told to the police woman representing him.
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A Google user
November 28, 2016
But left open ended
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August 25, 2016
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Peter King is a New Zealand journalist and researcher. 

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