Summary/Annotation -> Fifteen-year-old Shreve Cannon doesn't mind juvie. He's got a good business dealing contraband candy, and three meals a day are more than his drunk mother managed to provide. In juvie, the rules never change and everyone is the same. In juvie, Shreve has life figured out. Then the new fish shows up. Jack's a quiet kid. Small. Cries himself to sleep too. He's no standard-issue titty-baby, though. There's his hands--more specifically his fingers, all twelve of 'em. And when he gets angry, something weird happens. The air wavers. You feel a slight pressure in your chest. And then...well, best take cover. Jack isn't the only new face in juvie. There's Mr. Quincrux. Quincrux has an unusual interest in Jack and Shreve, and it quickly becomes clear that innocent bystanders aren't going to get in his way. So Jack and Shreve bust out. On the lam, they quickly discover that Jack has abilities--hell, superpowers--that might just give them a fighting chance against Quincrux, if they can stay alive long enough to figure them out.
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130225s2013 mnu d 000 1 eng
$a 9780761390077 (hbk.) : $c $17.95
$y 201302251058 $z rramdhan
$a DLC $b eng $c DLC $d YDXCP $d BDX $d BTCTA $d FOLLT $d JAG $d OCLCO
$a lcac $a pcc
$a PZ7.J152427 $b Twe 2013
$a [Fic] $2 23
$a FIC Jacobs
$a Jacobs, John Hornor.
$a The twelve-fingered boy / $c John Hornor Jacobs.
$a Minneapolis : $b Carolrhoda Lab, $c c2013.
$a 264 p. ; $c 20 cm.
$a The Twelve-Fingered Boy Trilogy.
$a Fifteen-year-old fast-talking Shreve is thriving in juvenile detention until he is assigned a strangely silent and vulnerable new cellmate, Jack, who just might have superpowers and who attracts the attention both of the cellblock bullies and sinister Mr. Quincrux.
$a YA Mar13-CP
$a Juvenile detention homes $v Fiction.
$a Paranormal fiction.
$a Ability $v Fiction.
$a Bullies $v Fiction.
$a C0 $b ZQP
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