Blackout

Blackout The world s most lethal computer virus has been unleashed into cyberspace and now the Urban Outlaws five tough kids dedicated to justice must destroy it Leader Jack knows that they have to shut it do

  • Title: Blackout
  • Author: Peter Jay Black
  • ISBN: 9781619635920
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The world s most lethal computer virus has been unleashed into cyberspace, and now the Urban Outlaws five tough kids dedicated to justice must destroy it Leader Jack knows that they have to shut it down before it throws the world into chaos But how can he find a virus that might be anywhere, and everywhere Then the team meets Hector, an insanely talented hacker who evenThe world s most lethal computer virus has been unleashed into cyberspace, and now the Urban Outlaws five tough kids dedicated to justice must destroy it Leader Jack knows that they have to shut it down before it throws the world into chaos But how can he find a virus that might be anywhere, and everywhere Then the team meets Hector, an insanely talented hacker who even impresses Jack The Urban Outlaws need his help, but can they trust him It s a risk that could mean winning big, or losing everything This sensational sequel has all the makings of a blockbuster movie non stop action, cutting edge technology, and a high stakes plot But at the heart of this thrill ride is the story of five gutsy kids who will do anything to save the world and protect each other.

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    About "Peter Jay Black"

    1. Peter Jay Black

      Peter Jay Black loves gadgets, films, and things that make him laugh so hard he thinks he might pass out He went to an arts university and a career in IT followed One day, a team of super skilled kids popped into his head and he brought them to life in a Hollywood apartment In his spare time, Peter enjoys collecting unusual artifacts like Neolithic Arrow Heads, Ancient Egyptian Rings, and Fossilised Dinosaur Poo.

    857 thoughts on “Blackout”

    1. 5/5 stars "You lived in that place? Oh my, then the bunker must look like a sh-""Slink!""Like a shack" Slink said and winked at Wren. That's what I call a funny but also adventurous, quick and light read. And that's the reason I love reading middle grade novels.Blackoutwas, if possible, even better than the first book, since we saw glimpses of the characters past (especially Obi's), and since it explored some deeper, darker plot lines like revenge, treason, difficult choices and secrets. I love [...]


    2. I first read Urban Outlaws last year, and fell in love with the world that Peter Jay Black has created. I could not wait to get hold of the next book, so imagine my surprise and excitement when I got an early USA copy of Blackout, from the author himself via the publisher.Blackout is the second installment in the Urban Outlaws series, and picks up where that left off. The super virus is still lose and causing blackouts throughout the city. The Outlaws themselves even suffering the consequences o [...]


    3. Blackout is the second book in the Urban Outlaw series by Peter Jay Black. I loved reading this when it was published last year, so getting to listen to this book is just an added bonus.Blackout picks up after the events in Urban Outlaws, the gang is still trying to find the virus that was accidentally let lose, they hack into a variety of places, using more gadgets and ingenious ideas to do this. The hunt for the virus isn't exactly hassle free, but it also takes a while for the outlaws to find [...]


    4. Rating 3.5 This could easily be a blockbuster movie either with kids or adults in the starring roles, it's that action-packed and complex. The action is fast-paced and the kids are as gutsy as ever. The gadgets abound once again and the author manages not to use the same tricks over again, keeping the techo-wizardry fresh. I enjoyed the Hector faction--can he be trusted or not? Is Jack merely jealous of someone whose skills may rival his own, or is he just being cautious and protecting the team? [...]


    5. The book did really well with continuing on the story. Though the plot lines were different between the first book in this one, Black stayed true to the overall theme and concept. Each character stayed the same throughout the entire book which became a good thing because each on is so uniquely written that a change to any of them would have ruined the story. Blackout was a great sequel to Urban Outlaws and I can’t wait to read the next book.



    6. Blackout is a great read for tweens who are into technology and gadgets. In this sci-fi super thriller, the second installment of the Urban Outlaws series, the super virus is still loose in the city and causing blackouts all over. Readers still follow the Urban Outlaws: Jack, Charlie, Slink, Obi, & Wren. In Blackout, we meet Hecter, a skilled hacker, who runs into the band of Urban Outlaws and desperately wants to join their group. The outlaws are not sure at first whether or not Hector can [...]


    7. (3.5 Stars)Jack, Charlie, and the rest of the Urban Outlaws are back in the second book in the series. The virus that they accidently unleashed in the first book is wreaking havoc on electrical grids across London. Jack feels obligated to track it down and capture it. Unfortunately, the agents from the first book are after it as well. This book is full of more super spy inventions as well as Mission: Impossible type situations. For fans of the first book, grades 4-7.


    8. This book is great for middle schoolers who love technology and all things gadget-related. The characters are fun - especially Charlie who is able to fashion technological miracles out of practically anything. Very satisfying to see them triumph over the evil villains! I didn't know this was the second book in the series and I think it's better to read the first book so as to know the characters a bit better.


    9. Gadget heaven. Great for adventure readers aged eight plus. Younger fans of Alex Rider and Percy Jackson might like this series.


    10. Great. Like the first one full of action, technology and gadgets. Add double crossing and it has a nice twist. Looking forward to the next one.




    11. Took me forever to get into this book, which surprised me because I like the first one so much. Once I got into, I enjoyed it. The last few chapters were especially exciting.



    12. I loved the first book, and this was just as good. Peter Jay Black, bravo. I loved this book. I would recommend it to people of all ages, male and female. Amazing.



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