Scan (Scan, #1)

Scan (Scan, #1) Tate and his father don t exactly get along As Tate sees it, his father has unreasonably high expectations for Tate to be the best at everything Tate finally learns what he s being prepared for when he steals one of his dad s odd tech inventions and mercenaries ambush the school, killing his father in the process and sending Tate on the run from aliens who look just like humans All Tate knows like how to make weapons out of oranges and lighter fluid may not be enough to save him as he s plunged into a secret inter species conflict that s been going on for centuries Aided only by his girlfriend and his estranged mother, with powerful enemies closing in on all sides, Tate races to puzzle out the secret behind his father s invention and why so many are willing to kill for it A riveting, fast paced adventure, Scan is a clever alien thriller with muscle and heart. Free Download Scan (Scan, #1) [ By ] Walter Jury [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Scan (Scan, #1)
  • Walter Jury
  • English
  • 26 September 2018
  • 0399160655

15 thoughts on “Scan (Scan, #1)

  1. says:

    What a fun read When I heard I had won Scan in a giveaway, I was so excited Scan is by two FANTASTIC authors Sarah Fine, author of Sanctum, and Walter Jury who worked on Divergent Thankfully, my expectations were met Scan has an awesome main character Tate is smart, talented, and still has faults like a normal teenage His relationship with his father is strained, to say the least Tate doesn t understand why his dad wants him to learn seemingly useless, but difficult, skills Hmm Of What a fun read When I heard I had won Scan in a giveaway, I was so excited Scan is by two FANTASTIC authors Sarah Fine, author of Sanctum, and Walter Jury who worked on Divergent Thankfully, my expectations were met Scan has an awesome main character Tate is smart, talented, and still has faults like a normal teenage His relationship with his father is strained, to say the least Tate doesn t understand why his dad wants him to learn seemingly useless, but difficult, skills Hmm Of course, there turn out to be aliens and lots of fun stuff Thankfully, this book wasof an action novel than a romance However, I still loved that Tate has a girlfriend, Christina, and the two of them were awesome together Scan showed a relationship that had already begun before the first pages, and was still intact in the end Also, I loved the cool plot I won t say much, for fear...

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    My review can also be found on my blog Collections.Before I started reading Scan, I expected it to have action and suspense But I wasn t fully prepared for just how nonstop the action would be There was car chases and crashes, explosions, gun fights, and so muchIt was nerve racking yet exciting, and I could not wait to find out what would happen to the characters and how the book would end.Throughout the majority of his life, Tate s had to endure rigorous training in combat and master My review can also be found on my blog Collections.Before I started reading Scan, I expected it to have action and suspense But I wasn t fully prepared for just how nonstop the action would be There was car chases and crashes, explosions, gun fights, and so muchIt was nerve racking yet exciting, and I could not wait to find out what would happen to the characters and how the book would end.Throughout the majority of his life, Tate s had to endure rigorous training in combat and master as many subjects and languages as he could a...

  3. says:

    Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Scan by Walter Jury and Sarah FineBook One of the Scan seriesPublisher Putnam Children sPublication Date May 6, 2014Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from Goodreads Tate and his father don t exactly get along As Tate sees it, his father has unreasonably high expectations for Tate to be the best at everything Tate finally learns what he s being prepared for when he steals one of his dad s odd tech inventions and Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Scan by Walter Jury and Sarah FineBook One of the Scan seriesPublisher Putnam Children sPublication Date May 6, 2014Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from Goodreads Tate and his father don t exactly get along As Tate sees it, his father has unreasonably high expectations for Tate to be the best at everything Tate finally learns what he s being prepared for when he steals one of his dad s odd tech inventions and mercenaries ambush the school, killing his father in the process and sending Tate on the run from aliens who look just like humans All Tate knows like how to make weapons out of oranges and lighter fluid may not be enough to save him as he s plunged into a secret inter species conflict tha...

  4. says:

    2.5 starsFor a fast paced, action packed book, Scan was unusually difficult to get through, at least for me The endless string of action scenes that was supposed to be captivating and entertaining was actually pretty tiresome and emotionally flat In the end, I had to give myself a very stern talking to just to finish reading it In many ways, Scan was a pretty big disappointment It lacked any real emotional depth, especially of the level I ve come to expect from Sarah Fine Fine usually uses 2.5 starsFor a fast paced, action packed book, Scan was unusually difficult to get through, at least for me The endless string of action scenes that was supposed to be captivating and entertaining was actually pretty tiresome and emotionally flat In the end, I had to give myself a very stern talking to just to finish reading it In many ways, Scan was a pretty big disappointment It lacked any real emotional depth, especially of the level I ve come to expect from Sarah Fine Fine usually uses her background in psychology to give us great characterization and believable emotional moments To be fair, the tempo of this story didn t allow for strong character development since things constantly progressed at a rapid pace The focus was on the action and Tate was the only character that got any attention, and even that wasn t enough I d say Walter Jury s background in film industry unfortunately preva...

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    All his life, Tate was raised to be best at everything, which included going through rigorous combat training, and learning tough subjects and languages, so one day he could meet his father s unreasonably high expectations And his parents refused to tell him why But the truth was soon revealed when he broke in his father s highly secured study and stole one of his inventions It resulted in a greater repercussion when his school was invaded by ruthless mercenaries, killing his father in the All his life, Tate was raised to be best at everything, which included going through rigorous combat training, and learning tough subjects and languages, so one day he could meet his father s unreasonably high expectations And his parents refused to tell him why But the truth was soon revealed when he broke in his father s highly secured study and stole one of his inventions It resulted in a greater repercussion when his school was invaded by ruthless mercenaries, killing his father in the process and sending Tate on the run from aliens who look just like hu...

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this Fast paced, tons of action, male point of view, an interesting spin on aliens I just did not like the way Tate treats his girlfriend, Christina, when he finds out view spoiler that she is a descendant of the alien race that may want to take over the planet It s obviously not her fault, yet he treats her cruelly at times hide spoiler This especially stings because otherwise he s an awesome main character and has really sweet moments with her By the end this I really enjoyed this Fast paced, tons of action, male point of view, an interesting spin on aliens I just did not like the way Tate treats his girlfriend, Christina, when he finds out view spoiler that she is a descendant of the alien race that may want to take over the planet It s obviously not her fault, yet he treats her cruelly at times hide spoiler This especially stings because otherwise he s an awesome main character and h...

  7. says:

    Crossposted The Library MistressBefore my proper review, let me tell you a little story about my time with this book About a couple of months ago, I saw a red thing that looks like a book lying beside my office desk Out of curiosity, I picked it up to inspect I clearly have no idea it was for me it wasn t on my desk, for starters , I can t remember when I signed up to review the book, I definitely did, but I really can t recall so I left it there after clinging unto it for a while I Crossposted The Library MistressBefore my proper review, let me tell you a little story about my time with this book About a couple of months ago, I saw a red thing that looks like a book lying beside my office desk Out of curiosity, I picked it up to inspect I clearly have no idea it was for me it wasn t on my desk, for starters , I can t remember when I signed up to review the book, I definitely did, but I really can t recall so I left it there after clinging unto it for a while I don t know about you, but books are like magnet to me, a certain gravitational pull always draws me into them, like this instance Seeing it s an advance reading copy, I had an inkling that maybe, it was for me I m not saying that my officemates are not readers, but I m the notorious bookworm in the gang But still, I left it where I found it I realized, if it was from any of the tours I signed up for, it must be wrapped in courier...

  8. says:

    I love Sarah Fine s Guards of the Shadowlands series, so when I found out she was co authoring a sci fi novel, I perked up and paid attention SCAN is the story of Tate, whose genius inventor father has high expectations he can t quite meet He loves rebelling in little ways, including sneaking his girlfriend into his father s lab for a makeout session But when he takes an invention out of the lab .SCAN is basically an extended chase scene with lots of explosions and double crosses There I love Sarah Fine s Guards of the Shadowlands series, so when I found out she was co authoring a sci fi novel, I perked up and paid attention SCAN is the story of Tate, whose genius inventor father has high expectations he can t quite meet He loves rebelling in little ways, including sneaking his girlfriend into his father s lab for a makeout session But when he takes an invention out of the lab .SCAN is basically an extended chase scene with lots of explosions and double crosses There are also aliens, and I love aliens The cover did make me expect afuturistic novel, perhaps one even set in space But the aliens and their technology are the main things that make SCAN science fiction The novel is generally set in normal, twenty first century America otherwise Of course, SCAN is focused on one of the great sci fi questions.On...

  9. says:

    In reality, I picked this book up because I thought the cover looked good And when I read the summary, it didn t sound too bad It was a typical story of a teenage boy who really distastes his family It is the typical story of the protagonist unknowingly causing mass destruction to epic proportions And then I read it Let it be known that the only thing that I have ever cared about is characterization It doesn t matter how wonderful and twisted the plotline is, if the characters aren t In reality, I picked this book up because I thought the cover looked good And when I read the summary, it didn t sound too bad It was a typical story of a teenage boy who really distastes his family It is the typical story of the protagonist unknowingly causing mass destruction to epic proportions And then I read it Let it be known that the only thing that I have ever cared about is characterization It doesn t matter how wonderful and twisted the plotline is, if the characters aren t satisfactory or had amazing development, there is no point in reading it There is no point in its existence.I never realized how annoyed I was at the idea of everything being one character s fault In the truth of the matter, a battle between the alien forces and the remaining human resistance was bound to explode regardless of the protagonist On top o...

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    Tate has been training all his life for something. His father seems to go on and on and on about some family responsibility that is just so important What family responsibility All Tate wishes for is an answer to the question.Mad at his father, Tate steals a seemingly innocent scanner from his father s not so secret lab And then his wish comes true Now he s thrown into a war against aliens, and the scanner can bring it either all to an end, or destroy all.The premise of the book, aliens Tate has been training all his life for something. His father seems to go on and on and on about some family responsibility that is just so important What family responsibility All Tate wishes for is an answer to the question.Mad at his father, Tate steals a seemingly innocent scanner from his father s not so secret lab And then his wish comes true Now he s thrown into a war against aliens, and the scanner can bring it either all to an end, or destroy all.The premise of the book, aliens disguise and invasion of Earth was interesting hey, people don t realize that they are aliens and you can sympathize with the enemy you don t really know who the enemy is Even at the end, I still didn t know This is action packed car chases, government secrets, karate, gun fights all a bit too much Tate has a girlfriend Still, the action needed to take a break or at least have some emotion conflict Once you put a book down, you for...

  11. says:

    two stars for not completely sucking BUT this is beyond idiotic and, yes, I only needed to read 50 pages to know this as a fact

  12. says:

    Also posted at Oops I Read A Book Again Thank you to Sami of JKS Communications and Putnam Juvenile for the review copy This in no way affected my views of the novel.OH FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS HOLY, let me just breathe for a second here Whew That was a thrilling ride and I haven t caught up my breath just yet I read this book in one sitting because there s no other way to read it but all at once, foregoing sleep and eating Ever since I heard about Scan back in June of 2013, I was so Also posted at Oops I Read A Book Again Thank you to Sami of JKS Communications and Putnam Juvenile for the review copy This in no way affected my views of the novel.OH FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS HOLY, let me just breathe for a second here Whew That was a thrilling ride and I haven t caught up my breath just yet I read this book in one sitting because there s no other way to read it but all at once, foregoing sleep and eating Ever since I heard about Scan back in June of 2013, I was so excited for it I remember marking it as to read on Goodreads and hounding everyone I know so I can read it in advance And holy smokes, it did not disappoint It was awesome beyond my expectations Now, let me tell you why.Four Reasons Why You Should Buy and Read SCAN Now1 Scan is like ALEX RIDER Is anyone familiar or as in love as me with Anthony Hororwitz Alex R...

  13. says:

    View the full review here s always a bit of a risk when you fall for a novel before you ve ever read it It s also a bit risky when that novel doesn t have nearly the hype you might expect it to have Scan, however, is the type of story that doesn t really need the hype or the know how surrounding it Rather, it does better, slowly building, burning and consuming your mind as the action and adventure course through your veins Co authors, Walter Jury View the full review here s always a bit of a risk when you fall for a novel before you ve ever read it It s also a bit risky when that novel doesn t have nearly the hype you might expect it to have Scan, however, is the type of story that doesn t really need the hype or the know how surrounding it Rather, it does better, slowly building, burning and consuming your mind as the action and adventure course through your veins Co authors, Walter Jury and Sarah Fine, knew what they were doing when they crafted this novel, and they gave all readers a story in which it s almost a little too easy to lose yourself in its world.The alien vs human conflict is an age old one in literature, b...

  14. says:

    I received an advance galley copy of this book The proof says this book is appropriate for ages 12 and up, but I would disagree I think with the amount of swearing mostly f bombs and some heavy make out moments, this isfor older teens And while I understand why the main character, Tate, swore at his mom, I think this should not be presented to younger kids who may not be able to distinguish the setting differences The book is being described as MacGyver meets War of the Worlds, and I received an advance galley copy of this book The proof says this book is appropriate for ages 12 and up, but I would disagree I think with the amount of swearing mostly f bombs and some heavy make out moments, this isfor older teens And while I understand why the main character, Tate, swore at his mom, I think this should not be presented to younger kids who may not be able to distinguish the setting differences The book is being described as MacGyver meets War of the Worlds, and this would be a very apt description The book read very cinemat...

  15. says:

    Tate has lived his life on a strict regiment under the careful watch of his father so strict, that it s as though he lives in a military barracks instead of the place that he calls home He s always known that he s being trained for something he just didn t know what He d silently rebelled by reciprocating his father s coldness Through his minute rebellion, he found a way to break in to his father s heavily secured study where he stores high grade weapons of his invention It was during one Tate has lived his life on a strict regiment under the careful watch of his father so strict, that it s as though he lives in a military barracks instead of the place that he calls home He s always known that he s being trained for something he just didn t know what He d silently rebelled by reciprocating his father s coldness Through his minute rebellion, he found a way to break in to his father s heavily secured study where he stores high grade weapons of his invention It was during one of his break ins that he finds a hand hel...

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