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Kate Is A Teenage Girl Living With Her Astrophysicist Grandfather In In New England When Her Grandfather S Research Attracts Unwanted Attention From An Otherworldly Visitor, He Mysteriously Disappears Kate Must Rush To Find Him And The Secret That Can Save The Earth And The Entire Solar System From Annihilation Before It S Too Late One Of The Best Science Fantasies I Ve Read In A Long Time Madeleine L Engle I read this book for the ATY 2019 Challenge Week 33 a book you have had for a year and not read.All science fiction has things that are hard to swallow, I think That is fine The same is true of fantasy, but this book had too many things that I had a tough time choking down In a way, it is a pseudo religious book with a belief in a Pattern But there is also a talking star I did read it to the end because it had a cliffhanger ending going on, but I did not like the ending It did not really make sense Perhaps it is just not the kind of book I like to read Sorry. this book was nice if you like fantasy which I do it made me feel amazed I learned that you can do anything if you put your mind to it and I would recommend this book to someone who likes fantasy because this book is made for people who like fantasy. This book is pretty stupid, but the second book in this series was my favorite book in the 6th grade, and I just realized it was a trilogy Luckily, it s not a series that requires you to read any of the other books so, my 6th grade self did not suffer from not reading this book Unfortunately, my adult self did. The plot was everywhere The characters were dull Thee writing was bland The same thing happened repeatedly The author needs a thesaurus The phrase It took all she had was used twice in the same paragraph Also help was on every other page ridiculous world building interstellar travel on giant months powered by the energy of the human soul and clumsy dialogue and characterization and on top of that a religious message seemed like a bad rip off of Wrinkle in Time and not worth reading plus the main character traveled with her grandfather, Dr Prancer, and the ridiculous name put me off. I tried reminding myself I was reading a middle grade book I thought it would help me enjoy the story It didn t. The ending was pretty annoying The classic it was all a dream thing really put me in a sour mood. 1.5 I agree with the review on the cover though I hate it when books have reviews on the front cover that this story is reminiscent of C.S Lewis Space Trilogy However, that trilogy might be my least favorite of Lewis and I like this book even less It was boring and Kate was annoying Don t be rude to people who risk their lives to help you Barron created some alien species, but there was some confusion as to how much they knew of our planet If I recall correctly, Ariella has not heard of Earth, but she says at one point On your planet, you might call it , which wouldn t make sense if she doesn t know anything about Earth There was also an explanation of rings as being bracelets for fingers, but how could Kate expect her alien friend to know what a bracelet is if she doesn t know what a ring is The characters can also, at times, read each other s minds and I wasn t sure when exactly that was possible and for whom, so that got confusing view spoiler One of my pet peeves in media lately is when death doesn t mean anything within a story because the supposed dead character comes back That occurs than 3 times in this book, so I also don t believe for a second that the grandfather is really dead in the end Then again, all of the other deaths were also poorly written, in my opinion Like, the characters were out of sight for two seconds and immediately presumed dead Whereas, the grandfather was actually seen dead So maybe that s legit But I still don t trust it And I won t continue the series to find out what happened Anyway, I want to clarify that I don t always hate it when there are false deaths, but when it s overused, it s really annoying I m lookin at you, Marvel hide spoiler Readalike