"Chelo Lee and her brother Joseph were inseparable. Genetically enhanced for strength, speed, intelligence, and more, Chelo, Joseph, their mentor Jenna, and four other teenagers fought for freedom on the wild and unsettled planet Fremont. They nearly won. But to hang on to their lives they had to split into two groups." "Left behind, Chelo chose to move away from Fremont's one town, Artistos, and spend her time with the man she loves, Liam, and the band of scientific gypsy roamers he appears destined to lead. She's got a wagon and a riding animal of her own, and may be happier and more respected than ever. Chelo's best friend, Kayleen, stayed behind in Artistos. Like Joseph, she had the ability to read the wind of data that covers the planet, and to help the town and people stay whole. But little do Chelo and Liam know of the price Kayleen is paying for her loyalty." "Joseph grew up wanting to fly the silver spaceship that had been left behind on Fremont by his family. Although he loses his sister, he lives his dream - he uses the ship to escape from Fremont, landing on the planet Silver's Home. This technologically advanced and ever-changing planet speaks to him - too loudly and too hard. But as he tries to keep up with this advanced technology, he learns that his sister is in peril. Joseph has no choice. If he hopes to save Chelo, he must return to Fremont - the very place he worked so hard to get away from."--BOOK JACKET.Cooper, Brenda is the author of 'Reading the Wind' with ISBN 9780765315984 and ISBN 076531598X.