The Search for Artemis

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Synopsis:

Forced into a life where people don’t just see — but control — the world around them and where teenagers lift city buses with a thought, Landon struggles to accept his new reality and the guilt over his painful secret. He finds solace, however, in the company of hundreds of psychokinetics like him when he’s brought to the Gymnasium. But everything changes when a chance encounter with a mysterious girl propels him on a hunt for answers. Uncovering dark truths the Gymnasium would do anything to keep hidden, Landon must choose where his loyalties lie.

Will Landon accept his past—and his future? Will he discover the truth? What’s hidden in the Restricted Tower? And who is Artemis?

Praise for The Search for Artemis:

“I really enjoyed this story, and the characterization is wonderful….Griffith has done a superb job creating a unique and original piece in The Search For Artemis, and I am extremely excited to see where the series goes.” – A Book Vacation

The Search for Artemis is well written, well thought out and a joy to read. This book picks you up and takes you on a journey. P.D. Griffith did such a great job and I can’t wait to see what he has in store for us next!” – Book Briefs

The Search For Artemis has just the right amount of crafty twists to make it clever but not overly cliched. It gets bonus points for making me cry. I’m looking forward to the next book in The Chronicles of Landon Wicker.” – pinkraygun.com

The Search for Artemis is a well-paced, enjoyable story that hooks you from the beginning and keeps you reading….The author has woven [this]  into something well worth reading for young adult audiences, both boys and girls. Landon’s character is well fleshed out and established early on. The settings are well described without being overdone and the plot is flawless.” – Awesome Indies

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