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Aoleon The Martian Girl: Part 2 - The Luminess of Mars (An Exciting and Funny Middle Grade Science Fiction Adventure) (English Edition) par [LeVasseur, Brent]
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Gilbert never knew that school could be so dangerous!

Determined to accompany his new friend, Aoleon, wherever she goes, Gilbert soon finds himself back in school – at the Martian Space Academy.  There he’s introduced to Martian society, hears a history lesson on the Draconian and Andromedan races, and even gets invited to a psiball match.  But Gilbert soon finds out it’s not all fun and games.  Not only is Aoleon’s arch nemesis, Charm Lepton, determined to make sure that Aoleon doesn’t make it through the psiball game, but Gilbert also comes under attack when a mysterious force attempts to control him.

Do our two heroes have what it takes to survive?

Find out in this exciting middle-grade science fiction adventure that’s sure to please young readers!

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  • Editeur : Aoléon Press (6 février 2015)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 five thumbs up! 18 février 2015
Par Claire - The Coffeeholic Bookworm - Publié sur
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This second book is even better! Gilbert had finally arrived in Mars, and his adventures began. He got to meet Luminess, the matriarch and leader of the City of Luminon, but somewhere along their meeting, Gilbert, in his mind, saw the Luminess transformed into a lizard. This piqued Aoleon's interest, making her determined to go on with the mission tasked to her by the fugitive resistance leader, Pax.

Then, Gilbert was finally introduced to Aoleon's family, and had experienced eating Galact Platter, the Mars version of pizza, topped with asteroids! How cool is that? My kids love pizza, too, so they now even love Aoleon more and more. And when they got to the Martian Space Academy where Aoleon studies, he learned of their history, culture, foreign students, and games like psi-ball match. And of course, a school isn't complete without the bullies; this time in the form of Charm Lepton and her minions, who found ways to irk and even sabotage Aoleon's skyboard. Not cool!

We really enjoyed reading this book and looking at the crisp illustrations. Brent LeVasseur is really a talented writer and artist! We can't wait to read what happens next with Aoleon and Gilbert as they continue with their mission in Book 3 - Hollow Moon.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Inventive, Amusing and Entertaining Middle Grade Space Adventure 20 février 2015
Par Pop Bop - Publié sur
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The first Book in this series, (the series is now up to at least five books), is a little bit goofy around the edges, but it struck me as so well conceived, well written and well executed that it still caught and held my attention. After some reflection I was curious to see if the author could keep up the cheerfully inventive pace and appeal that was established in Book One, so I downloaded this second volume. I am happy to say that while there is still an engaging air of goofiness to the project, this second book is, if anything, even better than the first.

There are a few aspects of the book that in particular highlight the source of its appeal. First off, in Gilbert the author has created a genuinely engaging, bright, resourceful and high energy hero. This kid has an inviting presence that I suspect would draw a young reader along. Gilbert is relatable and as authentic as you could expect for a kid who is zipping around on Mars. He is complemented very well by the heroine, Aoleon, who is patient, good humored, gracious and competent, but with an endearing playful streak. Neither character is loaded up with cutesy quirks, and either or both of them can hold the center of the book very well.

The second continuing appeal lies in the science behind the books. As is always the case there is a bit of jargony gobbledygook, but here the author has made an honest attempt to make everything sound as plausible as possible. And, where real science and astronomy can be fit it, (names of star systems, effects of low gravity, atmospheric effects and so on), the author does so. This mix of the real and the speculative and fantastic is old school, but very rewarding.

Further, there is a wide range of humor in these books, with different bits tailored to different readers of different abilities and levels of experience. So, you get everything from floating cows to a character named "Charm Lepton". I don't usually come across middle grade fantasy space adventures that feature sub-atomic particle physics jokes.

Finally, I remain surprised and pleased by the quality of the writing. Between the handmade looking graphics, (which remain fun for all that), and the fact that this is a self-published series, the hardened browser could be forgiven for expecting an energetic but poorly edited and probably sort of clunky effort. This book is well edited. Grammar and syntax are proper. Vocabulary is actually fairly advanced, although the overall narrative is perfectly manageable. Adjectives and clauses are in the right places and modify the right nouns. Everything is just sharper and tighter than one would expect.

I guess if there is any weakness it would have to be that the plot wanders around a bit. This is not necessarily a complex, carefully plotted multi-book space opera. Given the intended readership that's probably not a bad thing. This is more along the lines of an episodic adventure series with some series wide story arcs but also lots of shorter mini-adventures, (eating Martian pizza, visiting Aoleon's Space Academy, watching a psi-ball game). I'm O. K. with that and I think it actually might appeal to a younger reader, who could read this series all at once or could dip in and out of it as time and inclination allows.

The main upshot, though, is that this series continues to zip along at a merry and entertaining pace, and continues in my mind as a happy find. There is just a lot of old-fashioned good humored style on display in these books, and I would expect the series to appeal to a wide range of adventurous readers. (Please note that I purchased this book as a Kindle download with my own cash money. I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.)
38 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Let's Take a Trip to Mars! 19 février 2015
Par BJ Reviews - Publié sur
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Aoleon, our lovable Martian girl, and Gilbert, our adventuresome Earthling boy, are back. Author Brent LeVasseur’s AOLEON: THE MARTIAN GIRL, PART 2, follows our hero and heroine on another wild adventure as Aoleon introduces Gilbert to life on her planet. The reader learns a lot about Mars. For instance, on Mars, Gilbert has almost super human strength and speed. Nice. We also learn there is an age difference: Aoleon is a teenager on Mars, but according to Earth time she’s around 108 years old. The Martians can read each other’s minds, too, which sounds like fun, but it does have disadvantages. You can’t tell a lie because everyone knows when you do.

Gilbert and Aoleon do a lot of fun things on Mars, like eat pizza, even though it’s quite a bit different to Earth pizza. They also attend school with students from Mars and “exchange students” from other planets, which is pretty interesting. Everything about Mars isn’t fun though. Danger also threatens the kids, and they soon find themselves on a mission to discover exactly what’s going on.

Mr. LeVasseur has invented some very unusual characters. Or has he? Do we really know what’s out there on other planets? Aoleon and the other characters in the story could be real. Who knows? The author also scatters colorful and fascinating illustrations throughout the story that give the reader a visual image of the characters and the planet. AOLEON: THE MARTIAN GIRL PART 2 is a nice follow up to the first book. I wonder what the daring duo will be up to in book 3.

This is a fun read for middle grade/tween readers. Adults will enjoy it too.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I just love the entire idea of this story and all the ... 19 février 2015
Par Silvia Fugate - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
The story continues with Gilbert finally arriving on Mars. I just love the entire idea of this story and all the fantastic adventures Gilbert has with Aoleon.
The cover to this book is just amazing. I have always been fascinated by book covers because they are the first impression we get about what is inside a book. This is a fantastic YA Sci Fi read and I highly recommend it.
34 internautes sur 35 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 An Amazing Mars Adventure 17 février 2015
Par Pinky Pollock - Publié sur
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This is the second book in a 5 book series about Gilbert and his adventures with Aoléon on Mars. In this instalment we are introduced to a few more characters, Aoléon's family, her nemesis Charm Lepton and her friend Quarkina, and an interesting character called Bizwat who is an undercover agent and Procyon Commando.

We learn a little bit more about how Aoléon lives and eats (let me tell you if you are lactose intolerant you don’t want to live here !) and Gilbert has the opportunity to go to the Martian Space Academy, and watch Aoléon play Psi-ball. We learn more about the special mission and have a rather creepy experience with the Luminess.

This book has been written in wonderfully short bites that is easy to follow with captivating imagery and believable dialect.

As with book 1 the illustrations in this book are AMAZING.

Brent LeVasseur has captured the essence of each character and the surrounding landscape and draws you into the world where you forget it is only imagination.

I am thoroughly enjoying this series, and am looking forward to reading future instalments following the adventures of Aoléon and Gilbert.
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