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Aoleon The Martian Girl: Part 5 The Great Pyramid of Cydonia (An Exciting and Funny Middle Grade Science Fiction Adventure) by [LeVasseur, Brent]
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Will Aoléon and Gilbert discover the truth at last?



It’s been one difficult challenge after another, but Aoléon, Gilbert and their friends (Bizwat, Helios, and Zoot) make it to their final destination: the secret Martian base located under the Great Pyramid of Cydonia. But their adventure isn’t over yet. Not by a long shot!

Not only must they infiltrate a secret underground facility guarded by legions of sentrybots to find and rescue Aoléon’s parents, but they also must face their toughest test yet.

Can Gilbert help Aoléon rescue her parents and stop the Martian invasion once and for all?

Read the exciting conclusion to the Aoléon the Martian Girl series to find out!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 20782 KB
  • Print Length: 168 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Aoléon Press (Feb. 1 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00T3P5B3Y
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #830,165 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book picks off from the fourth book in the series. Gilbert, Aoleon and Bizwat storm into the prison facility to release Aoleon’s parents and end up blowing up the place while releasing all the prisoners. They then go on to save planet Earth from the Luminion’s invasion. Meanwhile back in ‘Tera’ the President of US and his team authorize counter attacks which fail comically against the technologically advanced Martians. Will Earth be saved on time?

Just like previous books, this book also had beautiful and vivid illustrations that really got me all excited. The bright colors and the sleek costumes look so enticing! I felt these illustrations just got better as the story progressed. Or maybe the writer mastered this art as he wrote this edition of the series. The action sequences and parts where Bizwat taught Gilbert all the tricks of this training were a treat to read. The major twist which was placed half way in the book simply was simply brilliant. That twist revealed who the true enemy was. I simply laughed my head off reading it. The scenes back in earth were quite humorous. Not sure if it was intentional, just that it we humans seemed so primitive when compared to the Martians. Needless to mention, the narration was just perfect. The characters somehow seem to have matured though they are very much the kids that they were in the start of the series.The USP of this book would be the vivid narration of action sequences and the subtle humor all along the story.

MY SAY: A fitting end to an enchanting and thrilling series

RATING:

PLOT : 9/10

NARRATION: 8/10

CHARACTERISATION: 8/10

BOREDOM QUOTIENT: 1/10 (Lower the better)

OVERALL RATING: 8.5/10
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This is the last book in the series, and what an ending it is! It wasn't exactly what I was expecting either, and a hats off to the author for making it a nice last twist. This book is chucked full - so much is going on - but it all comes together in the end leaving no loose ends or unfinished business.

Gilbert really fulfills his potential in this last book. Kids will find themselves rooting for him and wishing they themselves could take his place. As an average kid, he not only delivers a believable relationship with a Martian girl, but ends up fighting a galactic battle and saving everything. It's a kid's dream come true.

I especially enjoyed the sense of friendship, loyalty and bravery found not only in Gilbert but also in all of his new found friends, especially Aoleon. No matter what they come up against, they stick together, build on each other and never let the other one down. This makes a group of characters worth cheering for until the bitter end.

The illustrations in this book are as vivid and bright as the ones in the rest of the series. They have a very modern flair and reminded me a lot of the cartoons on television. But it isn't the bright colors and fun presentations alone which make these good, the illustrations add to the story, placing little nudges right where they're needed. They enhance the plot and don't just follow along with the words.

The writing in the book fits well to the age group. There's a lot of action and a nice amount of humor peppered in. Some of the humor seems more intended for the adult audience (a few things will simply go over kids' heads), but this makes the story enjoyable for all age groups. This wide appeal also applies to the scientific descriptions during the story.
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The surprises in store for you in this installment are numerous but one thing is for certain, the end is coming...it's the "for whom" part that will keep you guessing.

Last time we met up with our motley crew, we were still seeking Pax, an end to the invasion/destruction of Terra, and trying to rescue Aoleon's parents, all while trying to stay two steps ahead of the Luminon. Think they accomplished it? Well, with a little stealth, a lot of trust in one another, and the powerhouse that is Helios, anything is possible. There are journeys across the galaxy to take, enemies to annihilate, and friendships to remember for all time. It's a mixed bag of emotions with plenty of action and close calls to spare. What? You didn't think I was going to actually TELL you what happened, right? Good! Because I'm not, but I am going to say a few more words about the story...

This time around, we get to feast our eyes on more illustrations than ever before. From fight scenes to stare downs to touching goodbyes (again, not telling between whom!), there's a lot going on here and it's shared in both word and image. Aoleon has never looked cuter nor Gilbert stronger. Bizwatt is definitely space catch worthy while Helios is full of untapped humor with Zoot close at hand to chase your worries away with a wet kiss. Easy to spot who is who among the crew, and among the villains...just a quick note, keep an eye on that Luminon character. You'll see what I mean.

All in all, though not a space traveling reader myself, I enjoyed this series from Terra to Mars and back. The story was a blast (pun absolutely intended) with characters that remind us that anyone is capable of great things, no matter how big, small, or what planet they come from. Recommended read for Middle Grade Science Fiction fans of Terra...I mean Earth, and beyond.

**review copy received in exchange for my honest review...full post can be seen on my site**
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