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Both my son and I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and couldn't wait to get our hands on the second.
I'd recommend this book to anyone who loves light scifi/fantasy and is either a young reader or, like me, enjoys reading these kind of books.
It's a great fantasy novel, it is slow at parts but there is a good amount of action and emotion to keep the pages turning.
I totally wish I could give this book waaay more than five stars. About, say, 25 would be right.
The Search for Wondla has less people dying in it than A Hero for Wondla, and... Read more
Happiness is finding a book that I could not put down AND that my 13-year-old son enjoys too.
The Search for WondLa is not your typical "coming of age" story. Read more
I love this book was talking about the characters exploring around going I dangerous places and other things that was fun to and their was a cool robot mom to.Published 1 month ago by jeremey jocson
I love to read and often fight to stay awake as I usually stay up far too late with a good book whenever I get a chance. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Engage!
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Eva Nine has been living in an underground bunker for all of her twelve years of life. Read more
A great and hooking read exhibiting the author's prodigious skill, including a far-off planet, a robot "mother", and a lone human. I suggest this book to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter Kassis
My nine-year-old daughter handed me this book and demanded I read it, and I am really glad I did. It is a richly imaginative novel with excellent positive messages. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Teos Abadia