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Instead, after injecting Luke with nano-translators so he can understand them, they tell him that his parents, both astronauts who were pronounced dead during a failed mission to Mars, are still alive... and they need his help to rescue them from an evil spider-alien dictator named Drac Moor.
There’s just one itsy bitsy catch. Luke will first need to be “reconditioned” so that he can withstand the harsh alien atmospheres that he’ll be subjected to. Oh… and it’s probably going to hurt a little.
Follow along as Luke stumbles through one disaster after another, in an attempt to pull off a daring prison break and free his parents before it’s too late.
I wasn't sure what to expect from an alien abduction book for younger readers (I'm old fart hahaha), but this was a TON OF FUN! The pacing, tempo, flow, etc. was perfect, and I loved the characters.
I thought Luke was well written, and I got pretty attached to him! To the others as well, actually. I really think I my boys would like this, and I think I'll buy physical copies for them.
Anyone who doesn't mind a younger hero and loves aliens would most likely enjoy this. I will be reading the rest of this series.
Bob says: 5 Platypires and a new fan!