Book 1. Fledgling Jason Steed. (First Cover was original publication). ​ Jason Steed is looking for a place to call home. He finds what he’s looking for in the. Tormented mother’s death Taken granted father Trained deadly martial arts Jason Steed looking place call home finds what he’s looking. Read Fledgling: Jason Steed by Mark A. Cooper by Mark A. Cooper by Mark A. Cooper for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone.

Author: Vutilar Kajizilkree
Country: Dominica
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Education
Published (Last): 5 March 2004
Pages: 90
PDF File Size: 13.8 Mb
ePub File Size: 7.87 Mb
ISBN: 132-5-31102-817-1
Downloads: 94183
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Yozshuk

When I bought it I was surprised to see fledfling a young adult book for the range. By the time Jason was almost 8, he earned two black belts and a 2nd Dan black belt. User tags Similar Items.

Fledgling (Jason Steed, #1) by Mark A. Cooper

The imagination is allowed to run wild, the story is cute, romantic, sad and exciting. I adored this novel. Oct 01, Tseed rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Thanks if you do. The relationship between father and son is heart breaking.

Cooper was born in London and moved with his wife and son to the U. I have my fingers triply crossed that Princess Catherine gets to bash someone over the head in jasn future installment and a quadruple hope that she and Jason jjason they are better off as friends and she winds up going out with his math-whiz buddy Scott- but I’m not holding out much hope. It was the first time in his life anyone had said that to him it was an emotional chapter.


I thought Jason was Awsome really mature, stubborn but determined and accomplishing things no one his age can. My nephew recommended it and I kept putting it off thinking it was a kids book.

He dedicates himself to learning martial arts and several languages so that he can join the Special Forces or Secret Service when he grows up. Anyway you can probably find the rest of the information at the book Ok let me just start off by saying WOW!!!! This book made me realise my unacknowledged fledglinh for deaths of children in Wars.

His ability to keep young normally reluctant readers is very impressive. Lists with This Book.

The massacre of the Sea Cadets hit home with me. The first book in his Jason Steed series was self-published in Something that he needs more than ever when he ends up jasonn in the middle of a naval secret mission. I really loved the story, the character Jason Steed. I had written a review for this book, but it seems to have disappeared.

Definitely worth picking up for the action packed ending alone. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.


I dont remember how I learned of this book, but I can not wait to read the next book.

I read it when I was in school the first time and fell in love with the character, now I am mature Or should be the writing seems very 10th grade style, basic and the author ‘Tells’ the story. In the beginning I honestly thought oh gosh this is a war book, this is going to be boring but as soon as it went to chapter one after the prologue the way it started it captured my attention and I started to hate the dad and was rooting for Jason right away.

The story is longer in that version, maybe a little slower but I think has a better ending on the aircraft. The climax of the novel is a real whizz bang!

Original story, fast, fun but above all very emotional. Jason Steed Mark A.

Fledgling : Jason Steed

From this, he ends up beating unthinkable odds. Jason Steed is looking for a place to call home. I eneded up getting it from Amazon.