Aoleon and the Martian Girl - Part 3
by Brent LeVasseur
Genre: Science Fiction
Publisher: Aoleon Press
Release Date: Feb 1, 2015
Goodreads Synopsis: Aoléon and Gilbert investigate the Luminon to try and uncover the plot to invade Earth to steal it’s milk cows. In the process, they discover a disturbing revelation about the Martian leader. After overhearing the Luminon discuss his plans to use sabotage to disrupt Mars’s galact supply, the duo races to try and to warn Aoléon’s father Deimos, who is a manager at the galactworks plant before the saboteur can act.
Meanwhile, Aoleon has to take her pilots exam, which would enable her to eventually join the Martian intergalactic explorational fleet. However, during the test-run, something goes horribly wrong. The two are put in a life threatening situation that only Bizwat, a Procyon commando, and Aoléon’s friend can save them from.
Gilbert finally gets his chance to learn to skyboard. However, things go horribly wrong and they are chased by the Royal Paladin guard.
Will they survive?
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(This book is NOT part of Merit Press, but I am excited to bring you reviews of all five parts of this book this week as an addition to my July posts!)
Review: So excited to continue on with Aoleon and the Martian Girl! Honestly, I love how this book is in so many separate parts. I think it makes it a lot easier to read through the story, and like I said before it would make things a lot easier for my middle school students. I also enjoy how each part has its own story within itself, that adds to the whole plot once they are all together. I was not sure how this book could get any better, but then I read part 3. The story really picked up in this part, and it led to more adventure and danger for our two main characters.
This part has our characters, Aoleon and Gilbert, trying to figure out a plan to stop the Luminon from attacking Mars for some of their resources, and then taking the cows from Earth. Their task does put them in quite a bit more danger, though. Throughout the story, we get to see Aoleon take her pilot's test in order to join the intergalactic explorational fleet. Along with that, Gilbert has decided he wants to learn to Skyboard. That leads to some excitement, but then a whole lot more danger! We end this part with a cliffhanger that leaves me eager to pick up and read the next part!
Again, the illustrations are amazing in this part. As we see new things occurring in the story, we get the detailed pictures to go along with them. I would highly recommend making sure that you read the book in color as well, to make sure that you get the illustrations to their full extent. (I know a lot of Kindles only show pictures in black and white, and that takes away from how amazing they can be). The illustrations continue to impress, just as the text does.