Friday, September 18, 2015

#223 : Illegal Aliens - Aoleon The Martian Girl-Part 4 by Brent LeVasseur :Review



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GENRE: Fiction – Sci-Fi

NUMBER OF PAGES: 147

FORMAT: Digital

SERIES / STANDALONE: Aoleon The Martian Girl #4

HOW I GOT THIS BOOK: Review copy as a part of iRead Book tours! Thanks Guys!

REVIEW:

This edition of the series begins with a bang. Literally. The writer apparently seems to have been on a high while writing this edition. Read on to know why!

Aoleon’s parents have been kidnapped by the Luminion in order to get to Aoleon. Back home in Earth, two aliens have been captured trying to steal milk. The American president is being briefed about secret research facilities concerning Martians. Eventually, they decide on a course of action that would ensure that humans don’t suffer damage and the president retains his image in order to survive another term being a president.While they are busy making a decision, a huge Martian space ship lands in a farm in Nebraska to capture cows. Meanwhile, Aoleon, Bizwat and Gilbert embark on a suicidal mission to rescue Aoleon’s parents and save themselves from Luminion’s attacks.

Now you know why I thought the writer was on a high! Every other thread of the story from this book was filled with vivid description of action sequence. Just like the previous books, the illustrations in this book were also simply brilliant with rich colors making the overall reading experience an absolute pleasure! The writing seemed quite fast paced in this book when compared to the previous books. Again, this book also ended in a cliff hanger of sorts. Not that I’m complaining, that is vital to keep the interest up.

MY SAY: Fast paced action filled entertainer

RATING:

PLOT: 8/10

CHARACTERISATION: 8/10

NARRATION: 8/10

BOREDOM QUOTIENT : 1/10 (Lower the better)

OVERALL RATING: 8/10

AUTHOR LINKS: Website  ~  Twitter  ~  Facebook  ~  AolĂ©on: The Martian Girl 







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