Jack Harris thought failing math was the worst thing that ever happened to him. That was before he discovered he had superpowers. Before he. We've got ourselves a two-mark Psych in there. We think he's a Kinetic. He's killed both the Investigative teams pursuing him, so don't screw. Read Psych Investigation Episodes: Foxes by Kevin Weinberg for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the.
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In the fifth installment of Psych Investigation Episodes, Jack finds his sense of Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html. Psych Investigation Episodes: Episode 1, Psych Investigation Episodes: Episode II, Psych Investigation Episodes: Episode III, Psych Investigation Episod. everything that's important to him. Download Psych Investigation Episodes: Foxes I pdf. Read Online Psych Investigation Episodes: Foxes I.
This had never happened to him before. He had no experience in dealing with these kinds of people. Ethan tried to answer, but before he got the chance, the guy, T, got impatient with him.
Ethan hissed as he poked his forehead with the point of his knife. I asked you where the money at. Test me.
Just test me and see where we end up. Ethan, trembling, removed his left hand from within his sweater, then lowered it to the side of his pants. This is my phone, he said, taking it out of his pocket. Look, dude, here. T snatched it from within his fingertips and deposited it into his own pocket. What else you got?
Ethan, without turning his head, moved his eyes and looked around. The block was narrow, and he was directly in the middle of it. Answer me, fool. You stupid or something? T removed the knife from his forehead and then tapped his own head with the side of his fist, which gripped the handle. You understand? You mad stupid son? But the two he could see had similar reactions; one laughed darkly, and the other tsked and shook his head.
Yo, you wanna die? No, Ethan whispered. He only had thirty-seven dollars, and that was supposed to last him until the end of the week, and he also needed to download his little brother a birthday gift. Money was everything in this world, and Ethan busted his rear-end doing chores just to make what little he had.
Yeah, hold him for me. Before Ethan realized what was happening, arms had wrapped around his chest and held him in place, tightly, not allowing him to move. Then the guy, T, held out the knife and began moving it to his neck.
Ethan shouted. Okay, okay! He felt almost violated by the way this stranger fished around his jeans and then pulled out his wallet. Then there was a snort, and T erupted with mocking, cruel laughter. It hit him softly on the forehead then landed at his feet.
At the same time, he felt the kid behind him loosen the arms around his chest, freeing him. They were going to leave. He breathed a sigh of relief, but then the breath after that, to his own discovery, was laced with anger and bitterness in it. They had robbed him. That was his money. Even without meaning to do so, he glared at the one called T.
Go ahead. I said go ahead! Groaning, he sat up on his rear, and then climbed back up to his feet. And that was when a cop car chose to drive down the block.
Ethan thought about calling for help, but he decided against it. Dad told him never to talk to cops, because if anything happened like this, he needed to speak to him or his mom first instead. And so that was what he planned to do. He was just pissed—really pissed. And not even at that T dude or the fools that followed him around.
Even as Ethan hobbled his way home, his chest and face hurting but thankfully not bleeding from anywhere, he realized that they were merely people who knew what he already knew: that money made the world go round, and that those who had it, had everything.
So how could he hate them?
The difference between them, of course, was that they were just thugs who would end up in jail someday. But as for Ethan? Nah, he was going to make bucket loads of cash one day. He needed to be rich—it was all he thought about on some days. Money set people free. He was sure of it.
The first two declined, but the third guy let him on as long as he promised to pay double the fare the next time around—which he would.
Ethan took money seriously. If he promised something to someone, he made sure he was good for it. It would be important if he was to get where he planned to go one of these days. Despite not having much in the way of materialistic goods, his parents both worked hard, and they were able to provide for Ethan and his little brother a home much nicer than one would expect from a kid who still only rocked a PS2 in the PS4-era.
Miss Tuckerson, his neighbor, who stood just outside her own two-story home checking her mailbox, stopped what she was doing and gasped, then covered her mouth.
Most of his neighbors were old, white, and retired, and as both Miss Tuckerson and her husband saw him approaching, they acted like his white neighbors usually acted. It was kind of funny.
These two in particular always seemed to have the same overreaction to any remotely serious situation no matter just how serious it actually was, which was to say they acted shocked, concerned, and outraged all at the same time. They were good enough people, but they definitely tended to overreact. Oh, Ethan! I understand the story moving forward and Jack growing but im hoping we see the people who knew him before see HOW much he has grown.
This book has a good spread of characters some turn out looking good while others im not so wild about anymore. All in all i really enjoyed the book and tore through it in no time and hope we get at least mostly back to the small time frames between release dates. Jack is back By harlock Jacks vision about birthing his group of foxes is finally taking place, but the world is a dangerous place and every birth comes with pains. The world of P. E is expanded upon as new organizations and individuals including how the goverment views psychs are introduced.
The story is also expounded upon by having mutiple points of view Jack, Rex, Ethan, General Moore and others. Also events that took place in previous books are eluded to. I eagerly look forward for each new release of this excellent series it is one of my favorites. It has great characters, suprises and lots of heart. High praise for the foxes By nathan brochu This series is so refreshing compared to all the dime a dozen series out there.
The humor is amazing. I loved the characters and their interactions with each other. Not to mention the story line is quite unpredictable. I highly recommend for all fans of the series and if your new to it to start from the first book.
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