Aoleon The Martian Girl: Part 4 Illegal Aliens by Brent LeVasseur

Aoleon The Martian Girl: Part 4 Illegal Aliens

byBrent LeVasseur

Kobo ebook | February 8, 2015

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Aoléon and Gilbert are on the run – with a whole army of Martians on their trail!

Having foiled the Luminon’s plot to disrupt the Martian galact supply, Aoléon and Gilbert join forces with Bizwat – a Procyon commando who poses as a pizza delivery guy, and Helios – a first-generation soldierbot. They flee the Martian megalopolis aboard a flying saucer with the Luminon’s paladin guards in fast pursuit.

Their luck quickly goes from bad to worse. Their saucer is blown out of the sky, and they crash deep in the forbidding Martian desert, more than a thousand miles away from their intended destination.

Battling starvation, thirst, and a Klyklon dust storm (not to mention a giant slor intent on swallowing them whole), will our two intrepid heroes live long enough to reach the secret base where Aoléon’s parents are being held captive?

Dive into part four of Aoléon the Martian Girl to find out!

Title:Aoleon The Martian Girl: Part 4 Illegal AliensFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 8, 2015Publisher:Brent LeVasseurLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0986208248

ISBN - 13:9780986208249

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from this series just keeps getting better There are conspiracy theories everywhere, but have you ever thought about what happens when the conspiracy theory is real? When the conspiracy is the truth? LeVasseur brings this thought forward in a very enjoyable, SciFi-esque manner that will keep readers hooked throughout. The ‘big brother’ aspect of the story really takes off in this segment. LeVasseur paints a vivid picture as to what it’s like to be ruled by those controlling and watching your every action. And the acronyms that he comes up with for the various locations, groups, and people are absolutely priceless. I had more than a few ‘giggle/snort’ moments while reading them. The technical aspects of the story also held me captive. LeVasseur doesn’t hesitate to get in depth, giving readers a full view of everything. The variety of different characters in this story is enchanting. LeVasseur develops each individually. I love how they all could keep up with the fast paced, action packed plot. He also takes the time to continue developing the various peoples we meet. The cultural diversity is astounding. The dialogue is fantastic. You can really feel the different speech patterns throughout. I can’t leave without commenting on LeVassuer’s amazing graphics. The colours really bring the story to life, while the pictures themselves add even more credence to the story at hand. Words can’t describe how much they add to the story, without ever detracting from or overpowering the plot. They complement LeVasseur’s brilliant descriptions, drawing readers fully into the tale. Oh, and chirons may just be the cutest creature ever, in an addlebrained type way. No, this story is not a standalone. The various instalments need to be read in order for full impact. But it is definitely well worth reading. My advice? Pour yourself a big glass of milk & sit down to enjoy the ride of a lifetime. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
Date published: 2015-04-14