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The Onyx Sun has earned high-praise from Publisher's Weekly, Writer's Digest, Amazon, and - most importantly - readers like you!

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"This space adventure yarn has the right stuff. The fast-paced novel keeps the reader engaged throughout. The main characters are nicely done, the plot is exciting, and there’s a clear jumping off point for a sequel, which young sci-fi fans would surely look forward to."
-- Publisher's Weekly

"The Incredible Origins of the Onyx Sun is a fun entry into a brand new youth science fiction series, highly recommended.”
-- Midwest Book Review

"This story is original and refreshing. It's nice to see someone getting back to the science in sci-fi, especially in young adult fiction. It's obvious that Zack has an unusual bond with his strange grandfather -- a great set-up for the plot. "
-- Amazon Judge from the 2010 Breakthrough Novel Awards

"An excellent middle school science fiction thriller starring an intriguing hero! The story line is action-packed and filled with twists. Zack is a terrific role model as he and his grandfather encourage children to see each day as a fun, puzzle-filled adventure. Young adults will enjoy flying to the Moon, controlling giant robots, and saving the Earth alongside Zack and his exciting friends."
-- Harriet Klausner, #1 Amazon Reviewer

"My class was so mesmerized by the excitement and plot twists in the Onyx Sun, every time I stopped reading, they asked me to read more. I am convinced this book has succeeded in engaging my students. Even my struggling readers won't put it down."
-- Nick Titus, Fourth Grade Teacher, Sherman Elementary


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