...so we don‘t waste any mischief!
What a great find! Sanity is a scientific genius and Tallulah is her enthusiastic but less focused best friend. Sanity‘s illegal experiment produced a 3-headed kitten, and they‘ve been found out. When the kitten gets loose on the space station the girls need to find her. But is the kitten responsible for all the damage that‘s being done? Can the girls save the cat AND their home?
Second installment due in October.
This sequel was amazing! I was so curious where the author would take the story after Children of Time and it was so fascinating. The ideas he has about different life and technology and ways of thinking are just so impressive. The narrator for the audiobooks is equally amazing. I will never hear the phrase "we're going on an adventure" again without being creeped out. I really suggest giving these books a try even if you're not big on scifi.
I stacked this as Bailed / DNF, although I did end up finishing it over several tries, but skimming for plot only.
I didn't click with alll the philosophical musings at all, but mostly enjoyed the world building, particularly the glimpses of cats in space! 🐱 😻 ✨
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Laura! You completely outdid yourself! This #staycationintimeswap box is out of this world! 💙🌎🚀
First, a good galactic hitchhiker knows to never go without her towel. ✅ Then all the amazing goodies including the books, astronaut ice cream, coffee, chocolate, socks . . . And I love the enamel pens. It‘s all awesome! Thank you!!! ❤️❤️❤️🥰😘
I chose the audiobook version read by the author, and I highly recommend it because Kelly has a great reading voice. Also, the emotion that comes through seems that much more genuine. The humor and sarcasm comes through so well, and there's nothing better than hearing the f bomb or "oh shit" at critical moments in the story.
The achievements of our heroes are possible only through the efforts of entire communities of people working together.
“And if you had asked any of them, especially the rookies, whether Slayton's statement was really true —he might as well have said that the moon doesn't go around the earth.”
My Analyze:This irony suggests that the Rookies‘ ignorance and complete trust towards Slayton, which also makes a strong contrast between the Nine and the Fourteens.