Watch The Book Trailer for Pittacus Lore’s FUGITIVE SIX

Who’s after Taylor in the new FUGITIVE SIX book trailer?

The gang from Generation One is back in Fugitive Six, the second novel in the Lorien Legacies Reborn series from Pittacus Lore!

Generation One saw the opening of the Human Garde Academy, meant to provide a safe learning environment for human “legacies” who developed powers after the events of the original Lorien Legacies series. When one such legacy, Taylor Cook, is kidnapped, her five friends risk it all to bring her back… and in the process, uncover a major conspiracy.

The trailer for Fugitive Six shows a mysterious stranger looking through files on the group before settling on Taylor and selecting an option to locate her. It looks like someone is still after her!

Check out the trailer at the top of the post.

Fugitive Six is out now. You can order it via Amazon or Indiebound!

The Human Garde Academy was created in the aftermath of an alien invasion of Earth. It was meant to provide a safe haven for teens across the globe who were suddenly developing incredible powers known as Legacies.

Taylor Cook was one of the newest students and had no idea if she’d ever fit in. But when she was mysteriously abducted, her friends broke every rule in the book to save her. In the process, they uncovered a secret organization that was not only behind Taylor’s kidnapping but also the disappearance of numerous teens with abilities. An organization that has dark roots in the Loric’s past, untold resources, and potentially even a mole at their own school.

Now these friends, who have become known to other students as the “Fugitive Six,” must work together to bring this mysterious group to an end before they can hurt anyone else.

By Kait

Kait is a New Englander, a YA book and adaptation lover, and a Slythindor, as well as a red velvet and red wine enthusiast. She likes to like things. Catch her on Twitter: @kaitmary

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