Project Alpha (Voyagers, Book 1)
D. J. MacHale
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Earth is about to go dark. Without a new power source, life as we know it will be toast. A global competition is under way to determine which four kids will join the secret mission that might just save us all. Project Alpha is a contest of physical challenges, mental puzzles, and strategic alliances. The battle is fierce. Who will lead the team? Who will pilot the most complicated space ship ever built? Who will be a friend? An enemy? And how will they survive over a year stuck on a space ship together?
Once chosen, the Voyagers will journey to the far reaches of space, collecting unique elements and facing unbelievable dangers. The future of our planet is in their hands. Sure, they’ll be the best in the world… but can they save the world?
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intelligence, and ingenuity that will be critical in helping the crew deal with challenges both expected and unexpected. We have complete confidence that under this candidate’s leadership, the Alpha mission will be successful in bringing the Source back to Earth.” The crowd remained silent. Nobody was breathing. “The final crew member and the commander of the Alpha team is—” “Dash Conroy!” Carly shouted out. The outburst caught Phillips by surprise. He didn’t know how to react. “Dash
She repeated the process with the rest of the stakes until she created the frame of the V shape that Carly had designed. Dash and Gabriel then unrolled the lightweight silver space-blanket material and stretched it between the stakes creating two walls, one to either side of the trap. Piper used a staple gun to attach the thin material to the poles. After a couple of hours of work in the hot sun, the trap was complete. They had created a silver funnel with five-foot-high walls that led directly
life. “Get to the trees,” a voice said calmly. The kids all looked at their wrists with dismay. It was Chris. Piper looked to the sky, shielding her eyes against the bright beam. “It’s the Cloud Cat!” she exclaimed. The beam of light blasted from the nose of the shuttle as it circled above the head of the monster. “You have ten seconds to protect yourselves,” Chris said. “I’m going to fire on the Raptogon.” “The Cat has weapons?” Gabriel asked in surprise. “How did you get on board?”
business. “Maximum booster load is pinned. Time to fly. Is everybody go?” “Go,” replied Siena Moretti. “Go,” Niko Rodriguez said. “Get us out of here,” Anna Turner barked from the commander’s seat. “I’m already sick of this place.” “All right!” Ravi Chavan said as he slipped on his flight glasses. “The Omega crew is outta here in four…three…two…one…IGNITION.” Anna gave a sly smile. “Here we come, Dash Conroy.” D. J. MacHale is the author of the bestselling series Pendragon: Journal of an
wheelchair. Who cared whether or not she could walk? Now she could fly! She’d spent all morning zipping around the upper level of the training center watching the ZRKs at work and the rest of the crew at play. The tubes may have been fun, but they couldn’t compare to her air chair. “A new ship’s record!” Dash cheered himself again, heading across the training room toward Gabriel and Carly, who’d taken over the basketball court. Neither of them noticed. For weeks, Gabriel and Carly had been