Omega City (Hardcover)

Infinity Base

By Diana Peterfreund

Balzer + Bray, 9780062310910, 304pp.

Publication Date: February 13, 2018

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

Perfect for budding scientists and history buffs, as well as fans of The Goonies and Rick Riordan, Infinity Base is the thrilling finale to the Omega City series, from acclaimed author Diana Peterfreund.

Gillian Seagret thought she knew everything about the secrets of Omega City, the mysteries of the rocket scientist Dr. Underberg, and the evil conspiracies of the organization called the Shepherds. But she’s about to learn that uncovering the truth is the easy part. You also have to fight for it.

Now Gillian’s father has been taken captive, and she and her friends are trapped in the Shepherds’ hidden base. The only person who can help them is a rogue Shepherd, but she has plans of her own, and no one—least of all Gillian’s mother—is sure they can trust her.

New clues to Underberg’s past lead them back into an utterly transformed Omega City and farther than they even imagined, into outer space. There, Gillian, Eric, Savannah, and Howard discover the Shepherds’ most precious secret, and they realize there’s more at stake than simply their family and Underberg’s legacy—they also have to save the world.

Full of thrilling adventure, cliffhangers, and conspiracies, this epic conclusion to the Omega City series is not to be missed.



Praise For Omega City: Infinity Base

Praise for OMEGA CITY: “Young readers looking for a page-turning quest should get into this planned series on the ground floor.”

Praise for OMEGA CITY: “[A] fast-paced series opener”

Praise for OMEGA CITY: “Omega city is a treat…an exciting read, hard to put down, and just plain fun.”

Praise for OMEGA CITY: “A crowd-pleaser in the spirit of The Goonies”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “[A] mysterious spy adventure in a lush and terrifying futuristic world”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “A charming bit of light adventure”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “Peterfreund’s novel is riveting and intense...Readers will love this page-turning story and its dramatic climax.”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “Engrossing and fastpaced.”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “Complex in both plotting and themes, this science fiction revision of The Scarlet Pimpernel offers political intrigue, narrow escapes, and forbidden romance”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “A well-paced story led by a strong and likable heroine.”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “Across a Star-Swept Sea is, like its main character Persis Blake, a delight. Intrigue, romance, beautiful world-building, nuanced characters, and timely, intriguing questions come together to make this the perfect read. I loved it!”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “An imaginative and energetic retelling of The Scarlet Pimpernel-sheer fun!”

Praise for ACROSS A STAR-SWEPT SEA: “An imaginative and energetic retelling of The Scarlet Pimpernel-sheer fun!”

Praise for FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS: “A richly envisioned portrait of a society in flux, a steely yet vulnerable heroine, and a young man who does some growing up.”

Praise for FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS: “A post-apocalyptic retelling of Jane Austen’s Persuasion scores high for ingenuity.”

Praise for FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS: “Diana Peterfreund’s For Darkness Shows the Stars is an impassioned ode to Jane Austen, love, and the hope found in stars.”

Praise for FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS: “Don’t you love it when a brilliant idea meets with brilliant execution? Thank you, Diana Peterfreund for giving us a post-apocalyptic Persuasion. This book is meltingly good.”

Praise for FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS: “A beautiful, epic love story you won’t be able to put down!”

Praise for FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS: “A smart and sexy tale of star-crossed love that’s as thought-provoking as it is heartbreaking.”

Praise for FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS: “Readers…will hardly have time to catch their breath before each new twist and turn.”