Alien Terror

  • Title: Alien Terror
  • Author: Chris Archer
  • ISBN: 9780671014827
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alien Terror As the legend goes an alien landed in the cornfields of Metier Wisconsin After a short while most of the aliens left But others assimilated and cross bred with humans These children have lived ordin
    As the legend goes, an alien landed in the cornfields of Metier, Wisconsin After a short while most of the aliens left But others assimilated and cross bred with humans These children have lived ordinary lives until now At age 13, these offspring will manifest their alien powers and have been targeted for termination In Alien Terror , Ethan Rogers used to be aAs the legend goes, an alien landed in the cornfields of Metier, Wisconsin After a short while most of the aliens left But others assimilated and cross bred with humans These children have lived ordinary lives until now At age 13, these offspring will manifest their alien powers and have been targeted for termination In Alien Terror , Ethan Rogers used to be a wimp But suddenly he knows martial arts, wrestling moves, combat skills and even weaponry He d think it was pretty cool if he wasn t running for his life.

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      Published :2019-09-20T08:58:52+00:00

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    1. This is some pretty good stuff for middle-grade. It does have some of the expected hokeyness that comes with the territory, such as demonstrating the main character's nerdiness mostly through name-dropping comic books and tv shows. There's also the fact that this book is clearly the start of a bigger story, and while I applaud Archer for aiming at such a grand target I am frustrated that this book doesn't end so much as stop. The character arcs and bigger story have only just started, but I woul [...]

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    2. Ethan Rogers is a comic-loving, just-turned-thirteen kid fascinated with superheros. His town of Metier is always reporting weird lights and UFO sightings, and Ethan would like nothing better than to see an alien. But then his life starts to take a turn for the weird. Scrawny Ethan discovers within himself an ability to fight using moves he's never learned, which makes him the target of something definitely not humanSometimes comics are more interesting than real life. That was Ethan's life unti [...]

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    3. I loved this series, especially the early books, and I think it's a shame more people don't know about it. I loved all six Alpha kids. The books are fairly short, juvenile books so their personalities aren't fleshed out super well, but they are likeable and interesting. I do think the series suffers a bit from the author not knowing the ending going in; it does seem a bit phoned in. But overall a fun, quick read.

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    4. Read this book years ago, and for an older book from the 1990's it had a really modern feel to it and was a great example of a sci-fi/supernatural book.

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    5. I have not start reading and I want to

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    6. I really liked this book, likely because I felt a lot commonality with the main character getting bullied, but also because this book really set-up the series extremely well.

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    7. "Anvils are everywhere, and they're usually falling."

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