'AN UN-PUT-DOWN-ABLE, ACTION-PACKED ADVENTURE THAT PACKS AN EMOTIONAL PUNCH' Kirkus
Full of imagination, wit and random sh*t flying through the air, this insane new Frost Files adventure will blow your tiny mind.
Teagan Frost might be getting better at moving sh*t with her mind - but her job working as a telekinetic government operative only ever seems to get harder. That's not even talking about her car-crash of a love life . . .
And things are about to get even tougher. No sooner has Teagan chased off one psychotic kid hell-bent on trashing the whole West Coast, but now she has to contend with another supernatural being who can harness devastating electrical power. And if Teagan can't stop him, the whole of Los Angeles will be facing the sh*tstorm of the century . . .
'A non-stop adrenaline high. Fans of the series will be eagerly awaiting the further adventures of Teagan and her cohorts, and newcomers will quickly fall in love with Jackson's quirky cast of characters, imaginative storytelling, and wry wit' Library Journal
Praise for the Frost Files series:
'Proceeds at breakneck speed through almost 500 pages of madcap adventure' Guardian
'Fast-paced and a lot of fun to read . . . a modern action movie that just happens to be in book form' The Fantasy Inn
'A drunken back-alley brawler of a book' Robert Brockway, author of The Unnoticeables
'Ford's breakneck pace keeps the tension high, and the thrills coming the whole way through' BookPage
'A fast-paced, high-adrenaline tale' Kirkus
The Frost Files novels:
The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t With Her Mind
Random Sh*t Flying Through the Air
Eye of the Sh*t Storm
Ford's third Frost Files entry is hindered by its simplistic plot and underdeveloped secondary characters. Psychokinetic Teagan Frost has abandoned her dreams of becoming a chef to work as a government operative in a Los Angeles still recovering from the massive earthquake that occurred in Random Sh*t Flying Through the Air. After a run-in with a drug-dealing biker gang, Teagan and her team stumble upon Leo Nguyen, a powerful young boy with the ability to command electricity. Teagan wants to protect this child from her own government program, but her partners, Africa and Annie Cruz, feel otherwise. As Teagan and Leo are pursued by both Teagan's team and a gifted menace known as the Zigzag Man, Ford works in many opportunities for Teagan to employ her telekinesis in altercations that often feel contrived. Despite frequent action scenes, there is relatively little tension as Teagan and Leo march through a broken L.A. Series fans will be pleased to see Jackson's edgy and irreverent tone intact, but the predictable plot disappoints. \n