It's going to be 2010 in 45 minutes. It's pretty cool.
But for now, I sit at Phil Dragash's house and watch people play Halo.
2009 was a geat yeaqr full of so many different things in both my personal and professional life...I cannot express how much I will love this year and how eager I am for the year to come. 2010 will herald a decade to remember. Which includes both my high school and college graduations.
That's weird to think about.
But things are more complicated than they appear. The RED Agency is back, and there is a mysterious third party who continues to interfere with the BLUE Agency's plans. The novel is a twist-filled adventure with surprises at every corner.
"Terminal Velocity is, in general, a better and more exciting novel than Double Life," Vosburg says. "More action, more excitement, and more emotion fill the pages of Terminal Velocity."
On writing the second book, Vosburg says, "It was even more exciting to keep developing these characters and throwing wrenches in the works."
The novel will be released on December 14, 2009.