Warped Galaxies: Attack of the Necron
A daring story about a girl’s search to save her home and the wacky team she works with. Zelia is trying to find her mother after their entire planet is blasted to pieces by the dreadful Necrons. She is stuck with a thug named Talen, a Martian named Mekki, and an alien-ape named Fleapit. The plot was intriguing and was as believable as a science fiction book can be. Sometimes it made sense, sometimes it didn’t. The part that held my interest the most was when Fleapit goes insane and shoots at everything as a Necron shimmers in and out of view. I got to know the characters well but sometimes I wish I didn’t. This book is in third-person omniscient. I prefer third-person limited because I like to guess what the characters are thinking. The characters felt real to some extent. The language flow was pretty good, but I have seen better. There was just enough dialogue to keep you reading. The illustrations are good however there are a lot of pages saying ,”illustration pending,” and I would like to have seen all of them. I liked that the illustrations were in black and white but still popped. I believe people ages nine to thirteen interested in science fiction would enjoy this book. I look forward to the next book. If the writing was a bit more developed I would recommend this book. This was a good book and it made me smile and frown at every turn.
|Page Count||160 pages|
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