He pulled the door open. He was staring at a pair of feet floating about a metre off the ground. He looked up at his fathers face, which was near the roof, smiling at him in a very gentle way.
Son, I think we need to have a talk.'
With those words, Xander's world was turned upside down.
Should he stay at school and try for the football team, cope with bullies and stick with his friends or go to 'The Institute'? An ultra-secretive, government centre made decades ago to create super-soldiers, but now a school of sorts, for children like himself.
And who are the 'Others'? Who are the rebels from the 'Institute' who are supposedly out there, somewhere in society, watching and planning?
As Xander tries to adapt to his new abilities, and failing miserably, he begins to see 'Others' at every turn, suspecting everyone.
Do they exist at all, or are they closer than he thinks?