The Countdown Conspiracy

Hardcover | August 1, 2017

byKatie Slivensky

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Ambassador, you are go for launch in T- minus 5…4…3…2…. Get ready to blast off with this high-action, high-stakes middle grade adventure that’s perfect for fans of Chris Grabenstein and Peter Lerangis!

Miranda Regent can’t believe she was just chosen as one of six kids from around the world to train for the first ever mission to Mars. But as soon as the official announcement is made, she begins receiving anonymous threatening messages…and when the training base is attacked, it looks like Miranda is the intended target. Now the entire mission—and everyone’s lives—are at risk. And Miranda may be the only one who can save them.

The Martian meets The Goonies in this out-of-this-world middle grade debut where the stakes couldn’t be higher.

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Ambassador, you are go for launch in T- minus 5…4…3…2…. Get ready to blast off with this high-action, high-stakes middle grade adventure that’s perfect for fans of Chris Grabenstein and Peter Lerangis!Miranda Regent can’t believe she was just chosen as one of six kids from around the world to train for the first ever mission to Mars. B...

Katie Slivenksy is a science educator at the Museum of Science in Boston, and has worked in zoos and museums since she was 11. She grew up in Michigan and currently lives just outside of Boston. You can visit her online at www.katieslivensky.com.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:336 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1.09 inPublished:August 1, 2017Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062462555

ISBN - 13:9780062462558

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“With fleshed-out characters who are intelligent but act like preteens and teens, Slivensky’s action-packed narrative is about grappling with passions, insecurity, and questions of trust.”