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Secret of the Planet Makon #1 [Paperback]

Gilbert Morris , Dan Meeks
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Feb. 15 1998 The Daystar Voyages Series (Book 1)
In this first volume in Gilbert Morris' Daystar Voyages series, six Junior Space Rangers are aboard a space cruiser speeding toward the planet Makon. That's where the secret lies. The secret that can mean life or death to millions on Makon and beyond.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Sci Fi Christan Style Aug. 3 2001
Format:Paperback
This is the first book in a series of ten about the voyages of the Daystar, a ship built from scrap that takes on, and completes missions that are to "delicate" for the rest of the Intergalatic Fleet. Captian Edge is a man of many talents, a former "scoundrel", rather like Han Solo. However, instead of having to deal with a 3 meter tall furry creature, Edge's problem is a motley crew of Academy rejects.. Collectively known as the "Junior Space Rangers". Their unofficial leader is a girl of 15 named Jerusha Ericson. She is a general expert of spacecraft, and has an uncanny ability to know what people are thinking. Then next individual is Raina St. Clair, a small girl of 14, communications expert. The third is Mei-Lani, an oriental girl of thirteen years. She is an expert in Languages and history. Then there is Heck Jordan, Electronics; Ringo Smith, Computers; and Dai Bando, a very strong and fast individual. As the beginning book of the series, this book sets the entire tone for the series. Captian Edge, and most of the crew, are not Christians. However, most of the rangers are. Their mission? Avoid Sir Richard Irons, and make themselves rich. Along the way, they learn mercy, forgiveness, and the value of honesty.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The 1st of a GREAT series May 6 2000
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Format:Paperback
It was a marvelous book. I loved it. It had funny characters such as Heck, and other wonderful characters. It is a great story that took place in the future. It is well written and well worth your money, I really enjoyed it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sci Fi Christan Style Aug. 2 2001
By Glen W. Parnell - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This is the first book in a series of ten about the voyages of the Daystar, a ship built from scrap that takes on, and completes missions that are to "delicate" for the rest of the Intergalatic Fleet. Captian Edge is a man of many talents, a former "scoundrel", rather like Han Solo. However, instead of having to deal with a 3 meter tall furry creature, Edge's problem is a motley crew of Academy rejects.. Collectively known as the "Junior Space Rangers". Their unofficial leader is a girl of 15 named Jerusha Ericson. She is a general expert of spacecraft, and has an uncanny ability to know what people are thinking. Then next individual is Raina St. Clair, a small girl of 14, communications expert. The third is Mei-Lani, an oriental girl of thirteen years. She is an expert in Languages and history. Then there is Heck Jordan, Electronics; Ringo Smith, Computers; and Dai Bando, a very strong and fast individual. As the beginning book of the series, this book sets the entire tone for the series. Captian Edge, and most of the crew, are not Christians. However, most of the rangers are. Their mission? Avoid Sir Richard Irons, and make themselves rich. Along the way, they learn mercy, forgiveness, and the value of honesty.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Daystar Voyages Series book 1 Nov. 19 2010
By rzquack - Published on Amazon.com
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I read this book probably 8 or so years ago and loved it. I had let a friend borrow it and they never returned it. Still had the rest of the series but this book is truly essential to make the series complete. It sets up the entire story line and without it the series can be confusing. Some series you don't have to have all the books in, but this is one that I have read over and over again but without the first book it lacked something. Even as an adult now I still go back and read it from time to time. It's full of life lessons and Biblical principles. Very much worth the read!
5.0 out of 5 stars Secret of the Planet Makon. Jan. 13 2014
By Pamela T. - Published on Amazon.com
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The book was in great shape and was given as a present with the rest of a second hand series I found locally. The delivery of the book was faster than expected and here in time for Christmas. Thank you.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The 1st of a GREAT series May 6 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
It was a marvelous book. I loved it. It had funny characters such as Heck, and other wonderful characters. It is a great story that took place in the future. It is well written and well worth your money, I really enjoyed it.
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