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Tempest
`Tempest` is science fiction that doesn`t feel like science fiction: Jackson, the main character, is a college freshman who can travel backward in time. When mysterious assailants break into his girlfriend`s dorm room and shoot her, he begins a journey that leads him to discover that no one in his life is who he thought they were, and -- more importantly -- that he is not the only one with his abilities. Fast-paced and full of twists, `Tempest` blends mystery and spy thriller genres with a very unique young man`s coming of age. Though the violence in the book is fairly tame for its genre, delicate references to young adult sexuality make `Tempest` appropriate for older teens.

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