Constellation Chronicles

Constellation Chronicles by Vincent Lowry
Vincent Lowry
Mill City Press
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Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer  KMeng
Glenn never thought that he would be fighting battles against anyone--except maybe his sister occasionally. Flying a spaceship and seeing the planets in the solar system close up were definitely not things that Glenn planned on doing either. On his way to get a meal for his family, he saw a bright object fly across a field. Curious, he drove to see what it was. Glenn found a small and interesting animal from the site. From that point on, he was involved in the fight against evil with the other alien crew members of a spaceship! Will things ever be normal again for Glenn?

I have never read a book that takes place in outer space. It was a new and interesting setting for a story. This book taught me a lot about our planets, but that part of the story was rather dull and slow. I liked how the chapters were split into parts and went back and forth between the different characters. This allowed me to understand all different parts of the plot and made room for surprises and irony. I was happy to read from the author's note that there will be more books in the series. I recommend Constellation Chronicles: The Lost Civilization of Aries to anyone interested in science fiction.

Reviewer Age:16

Reviewer City, State and Country: Carlisle, Pennsylvania United States of America


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