You might want to read my review for Zero G (The Zero Chronicles #1)!
Children’s books in audiobook format are relaxing. Highly recommend.
Childrens, Adventure, Science Fiction
The much-anticipated sequel to Zero G and the middle grade debut by Dan Wells.
The colonists from the Pathfinder have arrived on Kaguya, a planet with low gravity but a very dense atmosphere. It’s fun to jump around, but the air makes you loopy. Even worse than that, the heavy atmosphere means that wind storms, although rare, are absolutely devastating.
Zero and Nyx help to get everything locked down before the first big storm, but they stumble onto a group of thieves who have stolen some mining equipment. Before the kids have a chance to get away and tell anyone, the storm hits and the massive winds carry them far away. Zero and Nyx are stranded on an unknown planet with no way to communicate, being chased by thieves, and with another storm bearing down on them.
And, oh yeah, this planet has dragons.
It will take more than just good luck to get back to the colony. It’s going to take science.
16 mar 2023
16 mar 2023
This was a really good book.
I enjoyed the alien planet & all the strange animals! It was easy to imagine how they looked in my mind. The names Zero & Nyx make up for them made me laugh.
The dragons were cool, but I wish they called them something else than dragons!
My favourite scenes were all the exploration/survival ones. I didn’t like the pirate action scenes as much (the pirates were too similar to the ones in the previous book)
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