Adele Jones

Blaine Colton Trilogy

YA Techno  thrillers with an edge.


Trust the science unless your life depends on it.

Blaine Colton was trapped in his own body by a genetic illness until revolutionary gene therapy freed him. Just when he thinks he can be a normal teenager, he’s told his lifechanging procedure wasn’t approved, making him an illegal GMO.

Subjected to constant testing, refused contact with his parents and deprived of life-sustaining medication, Blaine suspects something else is going on. Something much bigger than him.


The truth - but at what price?

Blaine Colton’s pulled into a chilling conspiracy when he discovers embryonic clones with his name on them. Suspecting the research has breached ethics agreements, he brings close friends, Sophie and Jett Faraday, in on a scheme to find answers. Immediate threats reveal not everyone is happy about his discovery. The reappearance of an identity from Blaine’s past unsettles him further, and then a crisis fractures his world. Convinced his research objections and the tragic events are linked, Blaine pursues justice. But someone is watching him. Someone wants him dead.


Silenced - Can a dead man be heard?

Josh Hammond’s not who he says he is ... To stay alive, he must guard his identity, existing isolated from his former life and those he loves. The one enemy he can't outrun is his failing health, and time is short. Desperate for a solution, Josh leaves the protection of his safe house unapproved. Instead of a cure, he's left powerless against a cunning adversary. Determined to reclaim his life, he grasps an opportunity for escape, but things go drastically wrong. Can he find a way to expose the lies of a criminal mastermind, or will he be silenced? Forever.

Adele Jones (Bio)

Adele Jones is an award-winning Queensland author. She writes young adult and historical novels, poems, inspirational non-fiction and fictional short works, along with juggling family responsibilities and a ‘real job’ in the field of science.

Her first YA novel Integrate was awarded the 2013 CALEB Prize for unpublished manuscript. Her writing explores issues of social justice, humanity, faith, natural beauty and meaning in life’s journey, and as a speaker she seeks to present a practical and encouraging message by drawing on these themes.

You can follow Adele on her Website, Facebook Page, Twitter and other social media sites.

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