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Cosmic Chaos Paperback – November 1, 2015
"... buy Cosmic Chaos. If you like great characters and good adventures, you won't regret reading it yourself. But the best thing you can do is give it to a smart young person. You might change their world." -Ray Simmons, Reader's Favorite book reviewer
"...dinosaurs, the Garden of Eden, science and Christianity walk side-by-side in the background of this fascinating tale of Cosmic Chaos... if young readers are looking for a touching story with a bit of time travel, I highly recommend CM Shelton's Cosmic Chaos." -Dr. Janelle Alex, Ph.D., Authors Talk About It reviewer
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I like that the chapters are short, that is great for a struggling reader!
The sci-fi aspect kept me turning pages. I read the book in two sittings. I wanted to know what would happen to the characters!
There were a bunch of holes in the story, things that weren't explained, and so many aspects briefly touched on that could be expanded for a longer book.
The end just sort of... ended.
When I came across the first Christian parts of the book I was confused. Huh? I don't get it. Then the light bulb went on and it made sense. Ah, bible stories. Got it. The bible stories, for the most part, were well integrated but really not critical to the story and at times really sort of unbelievable (like when the Earth mom didn't freak out about a robot because Logan had previously asked to see their bible).
I would have enjoyed the story more without the Christan story line.
Overall, I enjoyed the story and I'd love to read a sequel.
I would recommend this ultra-cosmic book to kids who love action-packed space adventures.