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Adult/High School-When agent Jay discovers that the evil plot by the Kylothian alien Serleena centers on a power source called the Light of Zartha, he knows he must find his retired partner, Kay. In order to fill in the history of Serleena's past visit to Earth, the importance of the Light of Zartha, and where it is hidden, Kay's neutralized memory will need specialized help. It soon becomes clear that the Men in Black team is pitted against a formidable foe. Serleena, disguised as a beautiful woman, takes over the MIB Headquarters, holds Zed hostage, and stages a final battle with the agents that will decide the fate of the world. Fast-paced action scenes and lots of entertaining one-liners carry the plot from beginning to end. Fun for readers of science fiction and moviegoing fans, this title may also attract reluctant readers.
Pam Johnson, Fairfax County Public Library, VA
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Esther M. Friesner is the author of twenty-seven novels, including The Sword of Mary and Child of the Eagle. Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in Asimov’s Science Fiction, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Amazing Stories, and other magazines and anthologies. She won the 1995 Nebula Award for Best Short Story for “Death and the Librarian” and the 1996 Nebula for Best Short Story of for “A Birth Day,” which was also a 1996 Hugo Award finalist. She won the 1986 Romantic Times Award for Best New Fantasy Writer. Her Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novel, Warchild, hit the USA Today bestseller list. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, two children, two rambunctious cats, and a fluctuating population of hamsters.See all Product Description
This book is fairly close to the movie with the exception of the ending. in the movie, Laura herself is the Light of Zartha, not the bracelet. Read morePublished on Aug. 1 2002 by Emily
What an awesome read. I am an avid reader, usually drawn to biographies and non fiction. I picked this up to pass the time. Read morePublished on July 30 2002 by Krista-Lea