Read Genius: The Con Online Free - Three teen geniuses from diverse backgrounds must work together to stop a vicious warlord, protect their families, and save the world in this fast-paced sequel to Genius: The Game.
ON THE RUN!
Tunde: This fourteen-year-old self-taught engineering genius from Nigeria is in a race against time to save his village from a ruthless warlord.
Painted Wolf: This mysterious sixteen-year-old activist blogger and strategist from China is searching for a way to rescue her father from the corruption he's inadvertently been caught up in.
Rex: This sixteen-year-old Mexican-American has proven himself to be one of the best programmers in the world, only to be falsely accused of stealing billions of government secrets for the terrorist hacking group Terminal.
Pursued by the police, the FBI, and most dangerous of all, Kiran Biswas, visionary CEO and evil mastermind, three teen geniuses have to move fast and stay low as they race to find a missing brother, stop a vicious warlord, and save the world in Genius: The Con by Leopoldo Gout.
|Title||:||Genius: The Con|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
August 05, 2017
June 22, 2017
I received a copy thanks a Goodreads giveaway. I have to say that I loved it!.
It's a page turner book. I bought the first book (Genius: The Game) and It's nice to have three smart POC characters.
It was a very entertaining story. It's definitely a story that makes you think. So I'd really recommen...
October 08, 2017
"Genius: The Con" by Leopoldo Gout is worth reading. It was an entertaining book that never seemed dull throughout the entire piece. It was published in 2017 one year after its prequel "Genius: The Game." Gout is better known for his work as a director and movie writer than as an author. From cha...
August 17, 2017
I don't know if I liked this one better than the first one, but Rex's persona a lot more annoying in this novel. I went into this book hoping that it would be the final installment, but unfortunately it will not, and I am likely going to forget everything about this book by the time the...
August 13, 2017
My hopes for the first book didn't pan out and this second book turns into a standard action adventure trope. Not sure if I'll bother with a third book if that is ever written. Positives of the series is a diverse cast of characters and world wide locations.
July 07, 2017
Sequel to Genius: The Game this book starts out right where the story left off, however, if you read on it does fill in the blanks so you don't necessarily have to have read book one, but it is a really good book and you will want to read it anyways after reading this one so why not go ahead and...
June 26, 2017
First there was the Game. Now our favorite Genius minds have an even bigger genius challenge: The Con. Just when you thought covert computing couldn't get any more complicated, you are already way behind the curve. Each of our heroic protagonist has a goal that means saving their families and esc...
December 13, 2017
Now on the run, Rex, Painted Wolf, and Tunde must figure out how to get out of the US, save Tunde's village from the nefarious general, puzzle out Kiran's true end game, find a way to clear their names and outwit Kiran.
This book, like the first one, would make a fantastic movie (which makes sens...
December 15, 2017
Reminds me of Oceans 11 in the type of story that it is.
I'm a little confused why they didn't hide in Teo's hidden room? It seems like it would have been the perfect spot for them to hide from the police.
Do these people not use modern computing tools? Rex's so convinced Kiran won't find his chan...
September 12, 2017
Um so this is an OK heist story. I still really like the main characters but there is basically no character development in this and the POVs sounded more similar than in book 1.
There are some structure and flow things that I found annoying here. First, the ending here seem arbitrary and probabl...