Stolen Moon (The Lost Planet Series, Book 2)

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There may be two people in the universe who understand the amazing abilities of Lilli- who can copy herself and send herself to other locations - and her brother, Chase, who can "phase"  - as in pass dright through things like walls or bullets.  One of those two people is CPT Lennard, commander of the Kuyddestor spaceship.  The other is Asa Kaplan...can he be trusted?

The safe world of Kuyddestor disappears when an interplanetary war explodes all around them.  Can Lilli and Chase figure out who the real enemy is?  

Recommended by: Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com Read alike: Sky Jumpers series

*******

 

From the publisher:

 

Chase has been reunited with his younger sister, Lilli. He doesn't remember his past, but Lilli does―she remembers their parents, and life before their planet was destroyed. Chase and Lilli are different. Chase can "phase"―pass through objects, and Lilli can "transport"―send a copy of herself to other locations, even other planets. There are only two people who may have the key to their abilities, and their purposes: Captain Lennard, who is harboring Chase and Lilli (and Chase's friend, Parker) on his spaceship, and Asa Kaplan, who may be responsible for an interplanetary takeover meant to push Lennard out of power. Chase, Parker, Lilli, android Mina, and the solider Maurus are fighting for their lives, the lives of Lennard and his crew, and for the truth about what Asa has in store for the universe.

The Stolen Moon, the thrilling sequel to Lost Planet by Rachel Searles, is an exciting science fiction adventure perfect for Star Wars fans.

"Searles' action- and intrigue-packed sci-fi thriller is peopled with characters who are sometimes confused, sometimes heroic and sometimes brats―that is to say, always genuine. . . . Star Trek for young fans of the genre, who'll be thrilled at the prospect of a sequel." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review

978-1250073310  360 pages  Ages 8-11  

This is the sequel to The Lost Planet

Editor's note: Nice to see some science fiction that will appeal to younger readers.

Recommended by:  Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com

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