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Dawson Vosburg, Teen Author, To Release Exciting Sequel

Dawson Vosburg, the teenage author of the young-adult science-fiction novel Double Life, will release its sequel soon. Dawson says that this will be a much more exciting novel and the public will enjoy it even more than its predecessor.

Terminal Velocity's Front Cover
PRLog - Aug. 8, 2009 - ANDERSON, Ind. -- Dawson Vosburg published his first novel, Double Life, at age fourteen. Now, he's preparing for the release of its sequel, Terminal Velocity (December 14, 2009).

Terminal Velocity picks up right where Double Life left off, when the trio of thirteen-year-olds, Josiah Jones, Denise Black, and KC McCaite, returns to the BLUE Agency. They thought the world was safe after they put a great dent in the RED Agency.

But things are more complicated than they appear. The RED Agency is back, and there is a mysterious third party who continues to interfere with the BLUE Agency's plans. The novel is a twist-filled adventure with surprises at every corner.

"Terminal Velocity is, in general, a better and more exciting novel than Double Life," Vosburg says. "More action, more excitement, and more emotion fill the pages of Terminal Velocity."

On writing the second book, Vosburg says, "It was even more exciting to keep developing these characters and throwing wrenches in the works."

The novel will be released on December 14, 2009.

What's next? Vosburg plans to have a third book in the series that will culminate all the events in the first two books. However, Vosburg promises that he will not share any secrets until the final novel has been published.

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Industry:Books, Publishing, Literature
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Last Updated:Oct 09, 2009
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