Leopoldo Gout, Author of "Genius: The Revolution"
Giveaway: The first 20 attendees will receive a free copy of Genius: The Revolution!
Three teen geniuses from diverse backgrounds must take down an online terrorist ring, rescue an imprisoned father, and prepare for their final showdown with a misguided mastermind in this third and final book in the Genius YA trilogy.
How do we stop him? We beat him at his own game.
Painted Wolf: Sixteen-year-old activist blogger whose father has been arrested and deported back to China. To free him and clear their name, she must retrieve files held by a dangerous group of online terrorists.
Rex: Sixteen-year-old Mexican-American programmer and hacker whose work was stolen by a corrupt CEO. Reunited with his brother, he must work from the shadows to stop this mastermind from using his programs to take control of the Internet.
Tunde: This fourteen-year-old engineering genius has saved his Nigerian village from a vicious warlord, but in the process has discovered that a much more dangerous and pervasive threat exists . . . one that effects not only his family and friends, but the entire world!
About the author
Leopoldo Gout is a Mexican-born author, artist, and filmmaker. After studying in London, Gout produced the award-winning film "Days of Grace," which A.O. Scott of the New York Times called "potent and vigorous." He is the executive producer of the sci-fi drama Zoo on CBS and has partnered with James Patterson Entertainment to produce "Maximum Ride." Most recently, he was executive producer for the Oscar-nominated film "Molly's Game." He resides in New York City with his wife and two children.
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