Starbounders #2: Rebellion
Surely, after saving the universe once, Zachary Night deserves a break. Sadly, the answer seems to be absolutely not. Even with the outer galaxies safe, Zachary and his friends still have to contend with the secret message from Professor Olari and it seems someone else wants this information too. So, when the clues line up, and a conspiracy begins to appear, things get ominous. Soon, Zachary and his friends are dodging assassins and avoiding giant viruses. Not to mention, they still haven’t decoded the message! Is a Starbounder’s job ever done?
If you think you’ll enjoy a book about a boy and his friends saving the universe, this book is for you. For those readers who remember Starbounders fondly, prepare for more of the same, with a little more intensity. This sequel contained all the elements of the previous book, although the comic relief was lessened in exchange for more intrigue. A wonderful story, I thought this book linked perfectly with its predecessor. Epstein’s writing style makes this book perfect for readers of many ages and I thought that the plot was well thought out and easily followed without being predictable. Personally, I missed some of the humor of the first book, but I still enjoyed this one all the same. I gave this book five stars for a great plot and wonderful writing style.
|Author||Adam Jay Epstein, Andrew Jacobson|
|Page Count||304 pages|
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