Trackers Series

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Trackers Series
Author Patrick Carman
Country United States
Language English
Genre Tech thriller
Publisher Scholastic
Publication date
May 11, 2010 - January 1, 2011 - Ongoing
Media type Print
Pages 224
Also known as Trackers
Written by Patrick Carman
Starring James Murray as Adam, Morgan Hopper as Zara, Urijah Sailes as Finn, John Shaw as Lewis, Chloe Danielson as Emily
Narrated by James Murray (Adam voiceovers)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 8 (list of episodes)
Location(s) Seattle
First shown in May 11, 2010
Original release May 11, 2010 – Current
External links
Production website

Trackers is a series of untitled books written by Patrick Carman. The books appear to be an interview with Detective Ganz. and Adam sitting in a room on Tuesday, August 12, which is most likely in 2009.[1] The books include codes for the videos at Missions to become a "tracker" are available at See #Missions for more details.


The first book, Trackers is about four friends with an acute sense for technology who form a team called the Trackers. They usually do field tests with their newly high-tech technology. At the same time, the team is infiltrated and, in a rush to try and capture the perpetrator, find a not well-known association; the ISD, the Internet Security Directive. Formed to take down Shantorian, a hacker once in their ranks, the ISDl literally begs the Trackers to join them. At the end of the book, the Trackers are confused as to whether to join the ISD.[citation needed]

The second book, Shantorian, was released in 2011 and is possibly the final book in the series.[citation needed]


The story begins in medias res, with Adam Henderson being interrogated by Inspector H. Ganz, a member of an unidentified government agency. After confirming with Ganz that the interrogation is being recorded, Adam decides to give them the "whole story," which with his "videographic" memory is very detailed. This causes the inspector to believe that he might be making it up (which is untrue and rebutted after he shows video evidence.).[citation needed]


  • Training Mission (Code TM101)
  1. Code ADAM - with the game Chromatix[2]
  2. Code LEWIS - with the game Memory Maze[2]
  3. Code EMILY - with the game Glyph Warp[2]
  4. Code FINN - with the game Glyph Smash[2]

All Trackers Missions have been released.


  1. ^ No year is specified in the book, but 2009 is the closest year to the publication date on which August 12 falls on Tuesday.
  2. ^ a b c d Trackers Interface Missions