There are times that my family just drives me totally crazy. If you don’t give them your 100% total attention, it is like starting world war 3. First starts the ranting and raving. Then starts remarks that “I will just get rid of the computers, and the games, and I might get some work out of you.” I am a very quiet person, I don’t like to talk much, my mom and sister does enough of that for three people. Some days it is hard to follow their conversations anyway. I swear they are ADHD, they bounce around talking about 12 different topics at once. I have become very good a tuning them out, otherwise I would be a raving lunatic.
Then there is the loaded question of do you want to go with me to the store or what ever other place they want to go. If you don’t jump up right then and there, you will never hear the end of it. “Well I don’t need anyone to go with me!” Well if you didn’t need anyone, why did you ask? Some days I just don’t want to get out of bed, because I don’t know what day I am in for. Maybe that is why I am on medication and they are not? Maybe I need to become insane also. That must be the key to not needing medication, become insane.
Jeremy Davis is five years old and playing with his friend, Sammy, in the woods just outside of Loring Air Force Base, Maine, when he accidentally falls through an old tunnel from World War II. The tunnel is half flooded with water and chemicals from long forgotten scientific experiments. Jeremy is rescued from the tunnel, but his body rejects his skin and his DNA is forever altered. His skin grows back, but discovers that he can hear heartbeats from a distance, feel sap moving in trees. Best of all, he can gather energy from every living thing, giving him amazing and uncontrollable powers. This only frightens his parents and sister. Now he struggles for acceptance in his small family. But soon he realizes the CIA is looking for him as are the original people from the experiments. Jeremy doesn’t know who to trust.
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I just downloaded this book, and it sounds like it will be a great read. It is a totally different perspective on the vampire genre. Once I read it I will post the review and let everyone know how I like it and whether or not I will be picking the next ones up in the series.