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the division



"This book is highly addictive!" - Goodreads Review

When Riley heads off to boarding school, she knows it'll be demanding. What she doesn't expect? To be thrust into an intense physical training program described as special, exclusive and worst of all—top-secret. She signed up for tuition assistance, not to be held in a secret government facility for boot camp... 

Welcome to The Division, the government agency that's so classified, most United States senators have never heard of it. 

Beware: The Division isn't something you just walk away from. You better run. 



Riley Payne has recently accepted several things.

She'll probably never graduate from high school. 
She's a secret agent. 
She has telekinetic power--i.e., she can move things with her brain waves.
The boy she likes, Finn, is telepathic--i.e., he can listen to all of her thoughts, including the ones involving his bulging biceps. 

She's maybe accepted that she was genetically engineered for her super-secret agency, The Division, and also for Finn. Maybe. Probably. Sort of feels like it's sinking in.

But Riley refuses to accept that The Division is keeping things from her, things that may destroy life as she knows it. 

Which leaves her with a question: are Riley and her teenaged group of psychic friends strong save the world?



Riley Payne and her friends want to leave the secret government agency they work for—but The Division kidnaps their families in order to make them stay. Forced to remain loyal, the group sets out on their next mission: to rescue employees and technology stolen from an Artificial Intelligence start-up in Silicon Valley.

The eco-terrorist Althea Remington commanding an army of deadly robots? It’s a terrifying thought, and Althea must be stopped—but Riley has other woes. A strange warning from her dead father leaves her wondering…can she trust the person she loves the most?

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