Author: Robert J. Crane.
Year of Publication: 2017 (UK).
Publishers: Revlen Press (UK).
Cost for Paperback (RRP): £12.99 (UK).
Format: Available in paperback and as an ebook.
Age Range: 16 and over. If you are younger than this then I suggest asking your parents first.
This is the 12th book in a series called Out of the Box.
Sienna has come a long way from the girl who was locked in a box by her mother as punishment as a teenager. She is now the most powerful meta-human in the world, but also the most wanted person in the world, and she’s not guilty of all the things she is accused of. And of the things she is guilty of, many have been twisted by those who want her out of the way.
So when an opportunity arrisses for her to clear her name, you’d think she’d jump at the chance. Only her clearing her own name means screwing everyone else over, and that would mean throwing away everything she has been trying to do since she left her mothers house. With help from sources she wasn’t expecting, Sienna faces off with a meta who plans to through the world into chaos, by simply pressing a few buttons.
But Sienna isn’t the only one growing as a person; her brother Reed has started to realise that he has the potential to be a force in his own right, and is starting to realise just how his sister has had to deal with being a badass.
“Be obscure clearly.” E. B. White.