Jake/Geek, Quest for Oshi by Reonne Haslett

Jake/Geek, Quest for Oshi by Reonne Haslett
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He’s a brilliant hacker. Convinced that one of his escapades lead to the abduction of his best friend, he needs to find her fast. Suspecting she’s been transported into the World Wide Web, can he rescue her before time runs out?

Jake is a cyber genius with all the geek cred a fifteen-year-old can handle. Focused on hacking anything and everything for the sheer thrill of it, he’s dumbfounded when his best friend, Oshi, goes missing. Certain that a virus he planted on a rival’s laptop is the cause, he’s willing to do anything to find her even if it means breaking into a top-secret military base, accessing an implanted microchip, and using spyware stolen from the Department of Paranormal Research.

With the help of a fugitive hacker, he discovers a classified experimental project where human subjects are transported into the World Wide Web. Convinced that that’s what happened to Oshi, he embarks on a journey from which he may never return.

Dropping into the World Wide Web, he has to fend off creepy avatars and fight for his brain as he searches for Oshi. Will Jake find her in time and if he does, will they make it out alive?

Jake/Geek: Quest for Oshi is a contemporary sci-fi fantasy filled with adventure and excitement that is perfect for both teens and young adults.

Kids Lit Book Café Review:

 Jake/Geek, Quest for Oshi by Reonne Haslett is an exciting middle grade, teen and young adult novel.  A perfect blend of science-fiction and fantasy, combined with super extraordinary characters and an electrifying and gripping plot.

Jake Green is a bit of a computer genius, he’s also floundering through his teenage years like Bambi on wobbly legs!  He’s a great unlikely hero, who instantly makes you smile.  His youthful, jumbled up emotions towards his best friend Oshi, feel real and we immediately sympathize with him.  Mum has a demanding job, and Jake often has to watch out for his younger sister, Sara.  Dad, a brilliant scientist and a rather heavy drinker, no longer lives at home which rakes up hard to understand emotions inside Jake, increasing his confusion over Oshi.  When Oshi joins a band as a singer, Jake suddenly becomes a green-eyed monster and is jealous of Sean, the lead guitarist, who seems to be very interested in her.  In a fit of jealousy, Jake pops a virus onto Sean’s laptop to erase his songs.  Unbeknown to Jake, this is about to set into motion a series of events that will put Oshi’s life in danger.  Full of regret for his wrong doing, Jake embarks on a quest to find and rescue his best friend.  Dragging along his newly appointed sidekick Paulie, and his sister Sara, our geek will risk everything to undo his error and bring down the real villains.   

Reonne Haslett’s storytelling effortlessly weaves together a fantasy of mystery and excitement.  The tension builds with the hunt to find Oshi, creating a page-turning sci-fi adventure that is a pleasure to read.  Suspenseful, thrilling and perfectly pitched for middle graders and teenagers Jake/Geek, Quest for Oshi by Reonne Haslett comes very highly recommended by Kids Lit Book Café. Book reviewed by TN Traynor for Kids Lit Book Café.

Order your copy today and hand it off to your teenager immediately, because if you don’t, you’ll be the one to get hooked!
Buy Jake/Geek, Quest for Oshi by Reonne Haslett for your teen today!!!
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Overall: five-stars