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Alien Attitudes: Alura Allen, Alien at Large Paperback – June, 2005
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As the main character, a spunky and independent-- though sometimes naïve-- teenage girl, interacts with her newly-found alien friends, even characters which would upon first impression be bizarre and incredible, actually become believable. Though it would seem impossible, even the unique character "R.J.," whose appearance is no more than a blue flash of light, displays a range of emotions which engage the reader, as does another character, "Brink-o-link," whose brain is floats atop a metal canister. Another major character in the book, a muscular, upright elephant-man, will surely win the hearts of readers from his first introduction, just as he drew Alura's sympathy when she met him.
Moreover, the plot is full of action; as the book progresses, it becomes increasingly difficult to put down.
The book ends with some unanswered questions which leave the reader hungry for the second book of the trilogy.I, for one, can hardly wait for the second book's publishing. I wouldencourage everyone to buy this book.