They know Seattle, street by street, edge to edge, even belowground. No one is better at digital scavenger-hunting than Team JERICHO.
Jax, cryptologist, Black vegan – why should the community garden his parents founded be replaced by an Roundworld oil refinery?
Yas, parkourist, gay hijabi – her father’s Pakistani-American convenience store is losing business to Roundworld’s HQ cafeteria.
Spider, tech-whiz, social justice warrior – thankful that Mom and her Korean restaurant staff support his transitioning.
Han, cartographer, autistic – brother working for Roundworld, Dad’s livelihood threatened by its pipeline.
When “The Order” posts a puzzle whose prize is “power” during protests against Roundworld, JERICHO decides to accept the challenge!
Can they solve The Order’s puzzle before Team Royal?
Will it allow the teens to stop Roundworld from placing an oil refinery in their neighborhood?
What does “the game is anarchy” in The Order’s first clue really mean?
The four long-time friends take turns telling this complex tale of clues, loyalties, greed, and consequences.
By the author of The Cost of Knowing, recommended here.
How are you reacting against injustice near you?