Exo

Exo

Book - 2017
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For a century now, Earth has been a peaceful colony of an alien race, and Donovan Reyes is a loyal member of the security forces, while his father is the Prime Liaison--but when a routine search and seizure goes bad Donovan finds himself a captive of the human revolutionary group, Sapience, terrorists who seem to prefer war to alien rule, and killing Donovan just might be the incident they are looking for.
Publisher: ©2017
New York :, Scholastic Press,, 2017
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780545933438
0545933439
Branch Call Number: YA Lee
Characteristics: 371 pages ;,22 cm

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Fonda's Lee novel, Exo, is suitable for middle grade fans of science fiction. Exo begins with a promising premise, however, it sadly does not live up to its full potential. In Donovan Reye's world, humans and aliens work together to establish a set community. Despite this coexistence, aliens reign supreme. This causes conflict between groups of humans, torn between wanting to continue their coexistence and others who want to return to a civilization without aliens. Donovan soon gets caught up in a battle between the two groups of humans, and he must choose which side is right. This book alternated between being too slow paced and too fast paced. In addition, other key points such as the romance, seemed very forced and rushed. Furthermore, side characters lacked depth and development. I felt like I was unable to relate to the main character, Donovan, due to an emotional disconnection between him and readers. I would recommend this book to fans of other science fiction novels such as The Maze Runner series by James Dashner.
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AL_CATHERINE Mar 25, 2017

Full of action, with a great premise! An alien invasion story where the humans just might be the bad guys. I loved the description of the aliens and the exocel technology was particularly cool! A great choice for reluctant teen readers!

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Mar 10, 2017

nobodychao thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 99

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