The Fellowship for Alien DetectionBook - 2013
Author Kevin Emerson channels Frank Cottrell Boyce in this tween sci-fi adventure about two kids from opposite sides of the country who find themselves on a road trip to save the world from an impending alien attack.
Haley and Dodger have nothing in common. But that was before they learned about the strange, unexplainable phenomena in Juliette, Arizona. Before they both received summer research grants from a mysterious foundation and discovered their theories about extraterrestrial life were correct. Now Haley and Dodger do have something in common: they're the only ones who can figure out what's happening in towns across the country . . . and stop it.
The Fellowship for Alien Detection has it all: an inventive premise, fantastic voice, cinematic tone, and high appeal for both boys and girls.
From the critics
QuotesAdd a Quote
"That may be, but stopping them is a good deal more dangerous to us," said the Alto.
Haley didn't like that thought, and yet she snapped right back at him. "Is that a reason not to do it?"
And now the Alto smiled. "Of course not. Danger is always preferable."
Until it's too dangerous, Haley thought to herself, her insides twisting. Are you sure you want to do this? The doubt demon had a good point. She'd gone from trying to uncover a possible alien conspiracy to trying to stop one.
"What do you think?" she asked Dodger.
He sighed. "I just wanted to get to Juliette . . . but, I mean, sure. I guess. We could save the world, too."
It occurred to him now that maybe this was what an explorer's life was actually like: lonely, full of tough choices, danger, and now and then a talk with a fellow adventurer by moonlight, in some desolate place.
Age SuitabilityAdd Age Suitability
There are no age suitabilities for this title yet.
SummaryAdd a Summary
There are no summaries for this title yet.
There are no notices for this title yet.