The Mind Trap

The Mind Trap Scott s identity as a telepathic alien from another planet may be exposed when he s imprisoned in a research institute for psychic children run by a mysterious doctor

  • Title: The Mind Trap
  • Author: G. Clifton Wisler
  • ISBN: 9780525673156
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Scott s identity as a telepathic alien from another planet may be exposed when he s imprisoned in a research institute for psychic children run by a mysterious doctor.

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    About "G. Clifton Wisler"

    1. G. Clifton Wisler

      G Clifton Wisler born 1950 is the author of than sixty three books, many of them are historical fiction for young adults Wisler lives in Plano, Texas in the United States, where he continues to work on his doctoral dissertation on the history of the Ninth Texas Infantry Regiment in the American Civil War.

    154 thoughts on “The Mind Trap”

    1. I read this book when I was in the 5th grade or so and I loved it. I remember checking it out from the library several times and my name was the only one on the card to have checked the book out. Nonetheless, I thought it was great and the other kids were missing out. I'm going to try to find it again and I hope I enjoy it as much now as I did back then.


    2. Mr. Wisler was primarily a western author, but he tried his hand at kids' science fiction once, and I appreciated his effort in these books. They were about a normal kid named Scott finding out he was not of this world, and after several strange occurrences were attributed to his alien abilities, he had to leave his family and go with his companion Tiaf, to move from town to town trying to make a difference. In this book, he somehow ends up in a facility run by scientists who want to study and m [...]


    3. Scott is a young Antrean boy--that is, an alien--and after a series of triumphs and tragedies (in two previous books), he finds himself in a facility with other children who, like him, have unusual abilities. Scientists want to understand, harness, and use the kids' powers for their own purposes, but Scott is determined to escape.The plot idea is pretty generic--I thought that might have something to do with the fact that the author doesn't write much science fiction and this was apparently a fo [...]


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