Alpha Force: Survival by Chris Ryan

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Codes. You with me? Binary. Morse. Sequences of numbers, or letters, or shapes. They fascinate me. Always have. Cracking them. Figuring them out. ' Alex looked down at Hex's hands and saw that the fingers were jumping, keying the air as he spoke. 'When I was a kid, they thought I was slow,' continued Hex. 'They used to take me out for special lessons. They thought I couldn't read. I could, though. Just didn't want to. Once I understood how to do it, I was bored. So I'd sit in lessons, working stuff out in my head, cracking codes, playing with number patterns instead of listening to the teacher.

The tension was broken. They settled back in a companionable silence and watched dappled light playing across the hull of the Phoenix. The day was still hot and sticky, but it was cooler next to the water and the counter-stern above their heads sheltered them from the glare of the sun. The gentle rocking of the boat started to make them sleepy and, one by one, the five members of A-Watch closed their eyes and drifted off to sleep . . FOUR Alex dreamed he was back home in Northumberland, lying in the hammock his dad had tied between two trees in their back garden.

The boat rocked as Amber jumped to her feet and started to yell at the top of her voice. 'Help! Help! Phoenix ahoy! Anybody! Help--' Paulo stood up too and slapped Amber across the face. She came to an abrupt halt and stared at him with a mixture of shock and anger. ' 'Sorry,' said Paulo. ' yelled Amber, and she slapped Paulo back. 'You were doing the mad shouting,' said Paulo, rubbing his cheek. ' 'But, there is no-one to hear,' said Paulo, sweeping an arm to indicate the empty sea all around them.

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