The Cerulean Star review ↠ 103

free read ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB í Sharon Cramer

Ous freedom The Cerulean Star Liberty is a story of enduring courage Set in the year 2012 it is fantasyscience fiction with strong elements of adventure humor and intrigue The first of a six book series Liberty sets the stage for the ongoing adventure as two species one from this world one not come together in a remarkable wa. Cerulean Star by Sharon Cramer is a very touching story It uestions our own humanity and if we are truly ready for the next big thing Would we welcome the extraterrestrial life forms with open arms and try to help them if they are in distress lost or even if they are just kids Would we embrace them or try to destroy them and use their technology to bring destruction to our own race It all falls down on three orphaned children whose any record of existence could easily be wiped off and no one would miss them Add a general you'd love to hate and you have a great combination of suspense and action But the protagonists come in a body of tiny yet super smart 11 year old and when friendship is in uestion he would never leave his friends in the lurch A very athletic 12 year old who'd try anything to save alien children and witty 13 year old girl who'd stick with her new found friends And of course who could forget a teenage extra savvy computer hacker who comes to the rescue when everything seemed lost It's a must read for all ages and you owe it to yourself to pick up a copy of this great book I'm looking forward to reading all in this brilliant series

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The Cerulean StarLiberty is no ordinary boy Even so nothing can prepare him for what he discovers that hot afternoon in a tiny Kansas forest Now the three alien children must depend on the brilliant boy Liberty and his friends to help them get back to the stars Detailed Description When three alien children take their parents’ ship the Ceru. A totally awesome story Great setup and first contact fun characters and a fast paced gripping plot What’s not to likeA lot actually Many spoilers followEven assuming this is written for juvenile readers the story telling and mechanics need a lot of work It needs serious editing even though two editors are credited Both the narrative and the dialogue is sophomoric at bestFactual errors nearly overwhelm the story It’s as if the story was “researched” on line or from old science fiction movies Clichés are layered on clichés Almost every reference to the military is wrong starting with basics like the difference between standing at attention and at parade rest to there being no five star generals this century to being undecided whether the fictional facility at Hutchinson is a Naval Air Station an Air Force Base or an Army post to the AB of MOAB denoting “air burst” Detonated several hundred feet underground in a salt mine the result might be a small explosion and a big fire or no explosion and a big fire but no earth shattering explosion “Herbert Wells” You mean H G Wells The kids go on the 420 PM tour of the salt mines and set off their first bomb at 4 PM iPads do not have removable batteries Southeastern Kansas does not have the rail nor bus service reported Vole is like a deus ex machina too easy a solution Literary license is one thing counter intuitive errors something elseInstant translation devices—especially those from other galaxies—could not translate instantly the first timeThe space ship “heals” itself from helium found in interstellar space Granted helium is only available at a partial pressure of 5 parts per million in Earth’s atmosphere but that’s whole lot helium than encountered in interstellar space Therefore the space ship would heal not deteriorate in the salt mine In fact since Hutchinson is about 100 straight line miles from Dexter Kansas look up the significance it’s possible that the atmosphere in the salt mines might have higher helium concentrationsEven admitting these are mostly uibbles that juvenile readers may not catch or care about they repeatedly knock the reader out of the storyReally nice coverThree starts is a gift but as I said it’s a great concept

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The Cerulean Star review ↠ 103 ì Liberty is no ordinary boy Even so nothing can prepare him for what he discovers that hot afternoon in a tiny Kansas forest Now the three alien children must depend on the brilliant boy Liberty and his friends to help them get back to the stars Detailed Description When three alien children take their parents’ shiLean Star out without their permission no one knows Now they are lost with no way home The three aliens are still searching for a way home when they discover an unusual planet Earth However the human kids are not the only ones who’ve seen the beautiful blue ship Now the six children struggle to regain the ship and its preci. There is NO way you can go wrong with this author and again she hasn't failed with The Cerulean Star It's got all the right mix and keeps you gripped from the start Liberty aka Bert was destined to be great even as a young child But when tragedy strikes he's left in 'The Home' a place where orphaned children arecared for There he meets David and Alex and the 3 of them become close as can be And we can't forget Too the Weiner dogOne day Alex spots something spectacular above their small meadow But it uickly disappears But curiosity also gets the better of it and it returns the next day Let the adventure begin I can't say it'll spoil the ride and it's one hell of an enjoyable ride too Absolutely loved the characters especially the comradery between Blalok and David Alex is pretty awesome too and you can't help but love Bert Highly recommend this ride for everyone