I Am Number Four (Lorien Legacies)

I Am Number Four (Lorien Legacies)

Pittacus Lore

Language: English

Pages: 496

ISBN: 0061969575

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Nine of us came here.

We look like you.

We talk like you.

We live among you—but

We are not you.

We have powers you dream of having.

We are the superheroes you worship in movies and comic books—

But we are real.

They caught Number One in Malaysia. Number Two in England. And Number Three in Kenya.

They killed them all.

I am Number Four. I am next.

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backdrop. “I can feel their desperation,” I hear from somewhere. I turn and look around me. There is nobody there. “They know where one of the others is, but the charm still holds. They can’t touch her until they’ve killed you first. But they continue to track her.” I fly up high, then dip low, seeking the source of the voice. Where is it coming from? “Now is when we have to be most cautious. Now is when we have to stay ahead of them.” I push forward towards the fireworks. The voice unnerves

long and untended. It looks uninhabited, but there is a car in the driveway at the rear. I don’t know what to do. I remove my phone. It is 11:12. I call Henri even though I know he won’t answer. It’s an attempt to establish my wits, to come up with a plan. I hadn’t thought this far ahead, and now that the reality is here my mind is blank. My call goes straight to voice mail. “Let me go knock on the door,” Sam says. “And say what?” “I don’t know, whatever comes to my mind.” But he doesn’t get

He drags me to the far end of the roof and asks if I can use my telekinesis to get him and Sam onto the ground. I can and I do. He tells me I need to jump. I stand on legs that are wobbly and still hurt, and just before I jump, I turn and see the three Mogadorians are standing on the porch across the street, looking confused. Their swords are gleaming. Without a second to spare, we got away without them seeing us. We get to Sam’s truck. Henri and Sam have to help me walk. Bernie is there

disappointment of Henri coming home when he did. I’m still breathing heavily as I grab the rest of the groceries and carry them into the house. Sarah is telling Henri about some of the cats that were at the shelter. “And you didn’t bring one of them back for us?” “Now Henri, you know I would have happily brought you one if you had told me,” Sarah says, her arms folded across her chest with her hip cocked to the side. He smiles at her. “I know you would’ve.” Henri puts the groceries away and

planet and we were helping them develop civilizations. Aphrodite, Apollo, Hermes, and Zeus were all real, and had one Loric parent.” “So it is possible.” “It was possible. In our current situation it’s reckless and impractical. In fact, though I don’t know her number, or have any idea where she is, one of the children who came to Earth with us was the daughter of your parents’ best friends. They used to joke that it was fate that the two of you would end up together. They may well have been

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