Tesla's Attic : The Accelerati Trilogy

  • by Neal Shusterman, Eric Elfman
  • Narrated by Vikas Adam
  • Series: The Accelerati Trilogy
  • 8 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After their home burns down, fourteen-year-old Nick, his younger brother, and their father move into a ramshackle Victorian house they've inherited. When Nick opens the door to his attic room, he's hit in the head by a toaster. That's just the beginning of his weird experiences with the old junk stored up there. After getting rid of the odd antiques in a garage sale, Nick befriends some local kids - Mitch, Caitlin, and Vincent - and they discover that all of the objects have extraordinary properties. What's more, Nick figures out that the attic is a strange magnetic vortex, which attracts all sorts of trouble. It's as if the attic itself has an intelligence…and a purpose.
Ultimately Nick learns that the genius Nikola Tesla placed the items-his last inventions-in the attic as part of a larger plan that he mathematically predicted. Nick and his new friends must retrieve everything that was sold at the garage sale and keep it safe. But the task is fraught with peril-in addition to the dangers inherent in Tesla's mysterious and powerful creations, a secret society of physicists, the Accelerati, is determined to stop Nick and alter destiny to achieve its own devious ends. It's a lot for a guy to handle, especially when he'd much rather fly under the radar as the new kid in town.
Fans of intrigue, action, humor, and nonstop surprises are guaranteed a read unlike any other in Tesla's Attic, Book One of the Accelerati Trilogy.


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where are the SEQUELS?

Would you listen to Tesla's Attic again? Why?

Yes! I started reading YA to my son when homeschooling and even though he is an adult now, I keep coming back. Good clean fun!

Any additional comments?

The Accelerati Trilogy
Tesla's Attic
Edison's Alley (2015)
Hawking's Hallway (2016)

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- S. Beard

story great, narrator pacing slow

the story was very good and I'm annoyed that the others in the series don't seem to have audio books. I do have to say that the narrator was a bit slow. I actually turned the speed up to 1.1x to get it to seem normal. the voices of the narrator we're good, just that the pacing armed off. other than that, a great read.
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- Marc Kazen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-27-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios