The Dark Energy Kindle Ê The Dark PDF \

The Dark Energy Kindle Ê The Dark PDF \

The Dark Energy (Star Child Saga, #1) ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ The Dark Energy (Star Child Saga, #1) Author C.J. Atticus – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Will Robinson versus the Terminator in this science fiction middle grade series that follows a young boy’s struggle to eradicate a rather uniue glitch that his science project unleashed into the tec Will Robinson versus the Terminator in this science fiction middle grade series that follows a young boy’s struggle to eradicate a rather uniue glitch that his science project unleashed into the techno universeJohnny Starrider’s plight begins when he teams up with his twin brother Jody who’s a real pain in the Sunspots to study a strange cosmic radiation barreling through the solar system They already argue over everything the top bunk haircuts and who pilots The Dark PDF \ through the Aurora Borealis Their experiment is no differentWhat the boys end up capturing is Dark Energy It moves galaxies But can it move the human heart The brothers suffer a spiteful sibling rivalry and it causes them to overlook a conspirator’s devious plot until too late If Johnny and Jody can’t resolve their differences their home family even mankind may cease to exist For the brothers however reconciliation is a planet they have never visitedRead Chapter at wwwcjatticuscom.


4 thoughts on “The Dark Energy (Star Child Saga, #1)

  1. Richard Richard says:

    In full disclosure I won this book in a Goodreads giveawayFor a large amount of this book I didn’t like any of the characters Johnny is arrogant self centered uncaring he misbehaves but is never punished he is popular and liked by most of the other characters but I didn’t like himJohn the father of the twins is awful He treats his boys completely differently; he loves Johnny praises his achievements and doesn’t discipline him at all even when his son behaves badly such as stealing a spaceship and nearly killing himself With Jody he doesn’t notice any of the good things he does and punishes him severely for any mistakes even for things beyond his control he also never calls him ‘son’Jody was a dark character and had negative feelings for his brother and father These feelings are understandable since they both treat him so badly I knew I should feel sorry for him but for some reason I didn’t like him When I got about halfway through the book I realized what it was he only has these negative thoughts and feelings and there is nothing to him There were a couple of nice moments with his mother and if there were of these then perhaps he would have been likeableWhile it can make for good reading having some characters to hate having all the main characters hard to like made it difficult for me to enjoy this bookThere were some enjoyable or interesting moments and plot points such as Jody’s interactions with Johnny’s girlfriend and the interactions with the robot IOFortunately the characters do develop into being nicer people This first occurs about half way through the book but it doesn’t last for long and the boys go back to being mean to each other Then towards the end of the book they both start being nicer to each other and I was finally invested in themThere were also several clichés in what characters said for example a teenager talking their girlfriend on the phone where they both say “You hang up first” or another time when someone who is getting yelled at by a authority figure gets so afraid they forget what their name is when asked There were many of these unrealistic and cliché momentsOne other problem I had with the characters and this one is just a minor one was the author’s choice to name a father and son with almost identical names There was several times especially early on when this was confusingThe pacing for the early part of the book was pretty slow especially for a middle grade book Other than the odd hint of a few things there was not very much that felt like it was important to the long term story Most of what was happening was almost everyday things rather than anything that was exciting or adventurousI thought it was a little tech heavy for a middle grade book and it felt like a young adult book with the amount of technological talk that went on in the book I also felt that it talked about the technology but never really explained how things workedI had some problems with the writing style and editing There were uite a number of times when there were conversations between three or characters and it was unclear who was talking at any one timeAlso there would be times when the story would jump forward in time with little explanation of what happened This made the story confusing and hard to followThe story itself was good although it wasn’t particularly original Once it got about two thirds of the way through the book when the characters started to be nicer and the pace picked up it turned into an interesting and exciting story that I enjoyedOverall this was uite a good book The story was interesting once it got going although it did take uite a while for the pacing to pick up The biggest problem I found was that the characters were unlikeable for the majority of the book


  2. Nanette Littlestone Nanette Littlestone says:

    Blast into a world of stellar technology and asteroids of fun with Johnny Starrider and his twin brother Jody Although women's fiction is my current passion this science fiction debut kept me turning the pages to find out what happened next The author has a knack for describing rocket science in a way that's fascinating and entertaining and he does a wonderful job of embracing and illustrating the angst in family relationships I found myself torn between the two brothers rooting for Johnny one moment Jody the next never sure how the story would evolve Kids are sure to love it and it's a fun ride for the parents


  3. Thomas Thomas says:

    I received this through a goodreads drawing The book is well written and mostly from the point of view of the main characters Johnny and Jody There area few spots from other points of view that show that the boys don't know everything The story is interesting and a fun adventure For young adults who like science fiction this is an enjoyable and interesting read


  4. Pamela Hovanec Pamela Hovanec says:

    well i didnt really get into this book not for me but i did pass it on to someone i know and they loved it and are looking forward to reading the rest of the series of books thanks so much and have a great daypmh


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4 thoughts on “The Dark Energy (Star Child Saga, #1)

  1. Richard Richard says:

    In full disclosure I won this book in a Goodreads giveawayFor a large amount of this book I didn’t like any of the characters Johnny is arrogant self centered uncaring he misbehaves but is never punished he is popular and liked by most of the other characters but I didn’t like himJohn the father of the twins is awful He treats his boys completely differently; he loves Johnny praises his achievements and doesn’t discipline him at all even when his son behaves badly such as stealing a spaceship and nearly killing himself With Jody he doesn’t notice any of the good things he does and punishes him severely for any mistakes even for things beyond his control he also never calls him ‘son’Jody was a dark character and had negative feelings for his brother and father These feelings are understandable since they both treat him so badly I knew I should feel sorry for him but for some reason I didn’t like him When I got about halfway through the book I realized what it was he only has these negative thoughts and feelings and there is nothing to him There were a couple of nice moments with his mother and if there were of these then perhaps he would have been likeableWhile it can make for good reading having some characters to hate having all the main characters hard to like made it difficult for me to enjoy this bookThere were some enjoyable or interesting moments and plot points such as Jody’s interactions with Johnny’s girlfriend and the interactions with the robot IOFortunately the characters do develop into being nicer people This first occurs about half way through the book but it doesn’t last for long and the boys go back to being mean to each other Then towards the end of the book they both start being nicer to each other and I was finally invested in themThere were also several clichés in what characters said for example a teenager talking their girlfriend on the phone where they both say “You hang up first” or another time when someone who is getting yelled at by a authority figure gets so afraid they forget what their name is when asked There were many of these unrealistic and cliché momentsOne other problem I had with the characters and this one is just a minor one was the author’s choice to name a father and son with almost identical names There was several times especially early on when this was confusingThe pacing for the early part of the book was pretty slow especially for a middle grade book Other than the odd hint of a few things there was not very much that felt like it was important to the long term story Most of what was happening was almost everyday things rather than anything that was exciting or adventurousI thought it was a little tech heavy for a middle grade book and it felt like a young adult book with the amount of technological talk that went on in the book I also felt that it talked about the technology but never really explained how things workedI had some problems with the writing style and editing There were uite a number of times when there were conversations between three or characters and it was unclear who was talking at any one timeAlso there would be times when the story would jump forward in time with little explanation of what happened This made the story confusing and hard to followThe story itself was good although it wasn’t particularly original Once it got about two thirds of the way through the book when the characters started to be nicer and the pace picked up it turned into an interesting and exciting story that I enjoyedOverall this was uite a good book The story was interesting once it got going although it did take uite a while for the pacing to pick up The biggest problem I found was that the characters were unlikeable for the majority of the book

  2. Nanette Littlestone Nanette Littlestone says:

    Blast into a world of stellar technology and asteroids of fun with Johnny Starrider and his twin brother Jody Although women's fiction is my current passion this science fiction debut kept me turning the pages to find out what happened next The author has a knack for describing rocket science in a way that's fascinating and entertaining and he does a wonderful job of embracing and illustrating the angst in family relationships I found myself torn between the two brothers rooting for Johnny one moment Jody the next never sure how the story would evolve Kids are sure to love it and it's a fun ride for the parents

  3. Thomas Thomas says:

    I received this through a goodreads drawing The book is well written and mostly from the point of view of the main characters Johnny and Jody There area few spots from other points of view that show that the boys don't know everything The story is interesting and a fun adventure For young adults who like science fiction this is an enjoyable and interesting read

  4. Pamela Hovanec Pamela Hovanec says:

    well i didnt really get into this book not for me but i did pass it on to someone i know and they loved it and are looking forward to reading the rest of the series of books thanks so much and have a great daypmh

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