Untethered

Untethered When Keegan finally gets away from his brutal mother on his sixteenth birthday things go from bad to strange as his father picks up a hitchhiker in the desert during their escape The strangeness of t

  • Title: Untethered
  • Author: Jax Spenser
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Keegan finally gets away from his brutal mother on his sixteenth birthday, things go from bad to strange as his father picks up a hitchhiker in the desert during their escape The strangeness of the day gets scary as Keegan notices the hitchhiker s odd behavior But with Keegan s failing memory and bizarre dreams of a red wind, he can t be sure about what his father sWhen Keegan finally gets away from his brutal mother on his sixteenth birthday, things go from bad to strange as his father picks up a hitchhiker in the desert during their escape The strangeness of the day gets scary as Keegan notices the hitchhiker s odd behavior But with Keegan s failing memory and bizarre dreams of a red wind, he can t be sure about what his father s gotten them in to as they make their way to the creepy Arizona town of Sedonia Falls This is the first episode of a five part serial.

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      Published :2019-07-11T17:13:05+00:00


    About “Jax Spenser

    • Jax Spenser

      BORN JUST outside of Gunnison, Colorado in a government research facility called Area 52.5, truth be told, Mom, a government astrophysicist, was in her last trimester at Area 51 when she was abruptly transferred , Jax Spenser spent his early years wondering if Dad was the meek and mild mannered man living at home or if he really existed in the distant twinkle of a far off alien s gaze AFTER AN AWAKENING during his teen years some would call it puberty packing a lead pipe , Jax spent the rest of his life filled with the absolute belief that not only was the truth out there but that his real father looked proudly down on him in hopes that his baby boy Jax would one day find his way back to whatever distant corner of the Universe Pops beamed in from Until that day, Jax has dedicated his time to writing possible scenarios in which the two might one day meet again.Check out of work at wattpad user JaxSpenser.



    901 thoughts on “Untethered

    • Since these are short stories there are just far too many unanswered questions. Excited to see where this story goes. (Review for the series as a whole will be posted once I'm finished will update with link when that time comes)


    • I have to admit that when I first picked up Jax Spenser’s HIDE: UNTETHERED I didn’t think I’d love it. Admittedly, I’m not usually a fan of Science Fiction books and often have a hard time getting through them. But to my surprise, I was pulled into HIDE immediately and felt connected to the main character, Keegan, as he deals with the repercussions of an abusive mother and of a father who has let it all happen. The entire first installment, actually, surprised me with unexpected twists, [...]


    • This book sucked me in immediately from the very first line I felt like a passenger in the car along with the main character and couldn't catch my breath as Keegan experienced not just the abuse from his mother in the flashbacks but also from the truly creepy elements of plot like the introduction to the hitchhiker and then finally the arrival at the town, Sedonia Falls, where he and his father end up in. I can tell they are in for a s*it storm. I can not wait for the next book!


    • Hide is a quick, mysterious and suspenseful read that captures your attention from the outset. Although our hero's storyline is initially troubling, the first volume of the series leaves you feeling good for our hero's future and you can't wait for volume 2.


    • This was a fascinating book. To start off with, the cover is just so epic-ly good and with my love of sci-fi books I was immediately drawn in by it but I was also very pleased with the story. We open in the car with Keegan Roe and his dad driving somewhere, anywhere as long as it’s far away from the violent mother that beat Keegan senseless. When they picked up a hitchhiker along the way that displayed bizarre behaviour I felt myself wanting to scream at Billy to just kick this weird man out o [...]


    • I won this one from Giveaway program, too. Stylistically, it seemed to focus on more of a middle-grade/young adult level, but content-wise, it left even me feeling unsettled. It is only part one of a five part mini series, so I'm sad that I can't just jump into the next four parts, as many questions are certainly left unanswered. I was able to read it in (mostly) one sitting (I saved the last chapter for after a nap, but other than that I truly just plowed right through it). I liked the overall [...]


    • Keegan and his father are on the road headed to Arizona when they pick up a strange hitchhiker named John Bruce. Along with the creepiness of this man, Keegan has to contend with horrendous memories of an abusive mother. The tale was eerie, haunting, and bizarre as the three made stops and the creepiness factor intensified. I wanted to read more, but this was part 1 of a serialized YA novel. Because of the length, it ended all too fast. I will have to pick up the rest of the series to find out w [...]


    • A Sizzling story. Will keep you running for your safety blanket, and yet, you'll keep turning the pages. You'll find yourself having to "know" what will happen next?! I was honored to hear first drafts of this amazingly spun work of fiction, and I can tell you today it's better than ever. And, I loved it even when it wasn't so polished. Pick this book up. Don't hide under your covers, instead discover a fast-paced, heavy hearted, and exciting new adventure, in HIDE!


    • Part one of a serialized YA novel. Especially recommended for reluctant teen readers looking for something fun to read on their ereaders or phones. Fans of James Patterson would enjoy this bizarre and suspenseful story.


    • Excellent depth. Keegan is a fascinating teenage boy. Keegan's story is mysterious. Brilliant start to a new series. For sure, I've found a new favorite and can't wait to read more. Highly recommended.


    • As a critique partner of Jax, I've seen this book grow from an idea to the phenomenal, suspenseful read it is now. If you're looking for an unputdownable thriller, this is the book for you.



    • At 52 pages, the first episode in this series only whets one's appetite for what is sure to be a favorite in the YA/horror/sci-fi section of my library.


    • Can I just say the writing of Jax Spenser is incredible! From the first few words you're taken away on a young mans journey both physical and emotional. I'm looking forward to more.


    • Incomplete storyAnother book that ends in no where ville to get you to buy series. This one has no hold from beginning to end it is disjointed and blasia. I have no desire to know what happened next as there was never any engagement to read further. This book might have pulled itself out of ho him but we will never know as for some crazy reason this author chose to make a sequal that I would only read if paid to do so. If it was truly a full novel I might have continued reading hoping it got bet [...]




    • OkI don't know where the book is going plot wise or anything. There could be a million different ways there story could go. That's why I gave it a three. Will have you set how it progresses in the next episode.





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