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Alien Secrets By Annette Curtis Klause Alien Secrets Puck expelled from boarding school on Earth is on her way to stay with her parents on the planet Shoon On board the spaceship she befriends Hush a native Shoowa who is also returning home in shame

  • Title: Alien Secrets
  • Author: Annette Curtis Klause
  • ISBN: 9780440228516
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alien Secrets By Annette Curtis Klause Puck, expelled from boarding school on Earth, is on her way to stay with her parents on the planet Shoon On board the spaceship she befriends Hush, a native Shoowa who is also returning home in shame He is desperately seeking a stolen treasure that was entrusted to him, a symbol of freedom for his people.Puck and Hush must find the precious Soo before they reach Shoon BPuck, expelled from boarding school on Earth, is on her way to stay with her parents on the planet Shoon On board the spaceship she befriends Hush, a native Shoowa who is also returning home in shame He is desperately seeking a stolen treasure that was entrusted to him, a symbol of freedom for his people.Puck and Hush must find the precious Soo before they reach Shoon But who can they trust And how will they save their own skins as they hurtle through space on a ship haunted by terrifying ghosts From the Paperback edition.
    Alien Secrets By Annette Curtis Klause

    Alien Secrets Solar Warden by Ian Douglas Alien Secrets Solar Warden by Ian Douglas has a little bit of everything, and that may well be part of the problem with this book It is based on an interesting concept, but it seems to have been a bit too much for this particular writer Douglas tries to create a story in which earth has already fallen under the influence of space aliens. Alien Secrets Video Jun , Directed by Joseph John Barmettler With Brandon Scott, Spike Steingasser, Tracy Erickson, Hallie Bird Alien Secrets weaves sci fi and reality in an epic portrayal of one man s search for an alien human hybrid and his drive to save humanity. Alien Secrets Klause, Annette Curtis, Moore, Christina Alien Secrets is a fun sci fi tale It is part mystery, part coming of age, and part adventure with unknown aliens Positives Strong plot Good character development Fun sci fi setting Nice name for the cat Negatives Written probably for young adults, and some mature readers might find it to simple, and not having enough gore, violence, or swearing. Top Alien Secrets Of NASA Cover Up Proof Of Aliens Life Alien Secrets by Annette Curtis Klause Alien Secrets is a thrilling science fiction adventure book for kids The book is about a Puck, a teenaged girl, who takes a haunted spaceship to Aurora Onboard Hush, a double jointed alien with a conehead, loses his prize possesion, the Soo The Soo is a shimmering crystal like object. Alien Secrets Solar Warden There is so much fact in this book From the past and the beginnings of the Roswell crash to present day, the secret space program and abductions as well as all the technology being kept hidden from the public to human relations with aliens, on and off planet Disclosure

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    1. Mary JL on said:

      This is a pleasant easy read of only 217 pages It was written for a teen audience the heroine, Puck, is 13 but an adult reader of SF could enjoy it.The relationship between the alien Hush and Puck is a high point of this book Lots of other very interesting characters I would recommend this to any reader over age 10.I do want to make a point I am 67 so I review in a way for ME I often pick YA novels when available to see what the kids are reading So why only three stars Well, as an adult reader I [...]

    2. Cheryl on said:

      I read this with an older cover, one which lowered my expectations and feelings about the story Juvenile SF that is authentic, not parody or fantasy, is far too rare, so in that sense this is a treasure But it s actually only a so so book, unfortunately And it s mostly a mystery, and I don t like mysteries, so, gosh, I honestly don t know whether I can recommend it or not, or whether or not I want to read by the author We ll see.Was William Sleator unique

    3. Jerri on said:

      Interesting story with surprises and characters you aren t too sure about The tech was integral to the plot and nicely done Puck and Hush invoke sympathy but you don t get bogged down with how sorry they are for themselves They are doers and not stupid about it like so many characters in YA I would recommend this novel.

    4. Natalia on said:

      Knowing what the future would look like would probably be surprising to us all, but to go into the future with aliens would be freaky and I suppose, unnatural Annette Curtis Klause in her book Alien Secrets takes us on a journey in the future with Puck who just got kicked out of boarding school on Earth and is being send to her parents This science fiction story is told in third person The setting is taking place in the space on the spaceship Traveling back to her planet Puck becomes friends wit [...]

    5. Jo on said:

      So this was probably one of my first sci fi books, which is perhaps why I still like it I was ready to be too old for it and add it to the sale box, but find that maybe I still like it enough to keep I blame this on having read and enjoyed it as a kid We always like things better when we enjoyed them as children first.One thing that frustrates me, though, is that I never had a moment like Puck, where I realized that Job X was the coolest job ever and that s what I want to be when I grow up, no q [...]

    6. Shin Machine on said:

      i bought this book last March and have stopped reading it after a few chaptersi don t know i found it dull and unexciting.

    7. M— on said:

      I must have tried starting this four or five times, and I never got beyond Chapter Two I couldn t invest in the shallow protagonist characters Any effort I spent on exploring the world was stillborn by the silly alien names I might possibly have enjoyed it if I d found it when I was twelve, but as an adult this book was practically unreadable There was nothing to hook me, nothing to care about Klause, in other books, has used to great effect creatures like vampires or werewolves to embellish the [...]

    8. Joeyk on said:

      Have you ever thought about aliens How about riding on a space ship through hyperspace Well probably not, but if you have then you should read the book Alien Secrets by Annette Curtis Klause It is a good book It all started out with a girl named Puck who was traveling to the planet Aurora to see her parents She is feeling discomfort the whole ride because she thinks an alien is sabotaging the ship Nobody knows what is going on, but Puck is determined to find out From mysterious figures in the da [...]

    9. Alec Joseph on said:

      Alien Secretsby Annette Curtis KluaseLet me start off by saying I didnt really like this book I thought it was awfully childish Puck has been expelled from boarding school on Earth, so she s being sent back to her parents on planet Aurora He s on the same space liner as a Shoowa alien named Hush Since Puck is the only other teenager on the ship He was bringing home the Soo, a sacred artifact that symbolizes freedom The first night on the ship it was stolen from his room He feels like he has fail [...]

    10. Tyler on said:

      My first two experiences with Annette s books were Silver Kiss and Blood and Chocolate, which I loved dearly, but this one, not so much I enjoyed the idea of the story, but there were parts were I was confused, and I felt that something had been left out on accident Near the end, there was a part where a character seemed to appear out of thin air, and I reread the page a couple of times, but there was no mention of the persons entrance when they were suppose to be in another room Not a big deal [...]

    11. Carolyn Jeannette on said:

      This book was one of my very first brushes with science fiction I discovered it when I was in middle school and I asked the librarian to point me to something new I found myself sucked in almost immediately by the choice of the name Puck for the main character, based on the character from William Shakespeare s Midsummer s night dream The story itself has equal parts mystery, adventure, and silly pranks that delighted me as a young girl Especially since the protagonist was a young girl, who would [...]

    12. Elsi on said:

      This was a fun and quick read Started it yesterday and finished this morning The protagonist is Puck, a thirteen year old girl who has been expelled from her boarding school on Earth and must travel to the planet Aurora where her parents the Goodfellows are working as xenobiologists Aboard the tramp freighter she is traveling on, Puck meets Hush, a young Shoowa natives of Aurora which they call Shoon , who has been traveling to his home planet bearing a treasured artifact Unfortunately, shortly [...]

    13. Joseph on said:

      I ve read this book quite a long time ago for a school book report I did not like this book At all.Let me just say, the whole story is just really boring and unexciting This wasn t entertaining at all I would have put this book down after reading the first chapter, but I had to go through the whole damn thing because I had to read this trash for school That was just pure torture for me.I would not recommend this book to anyone, except my worst enemy Do not read this book I m warning you

    14. Samary Morales on said:

      Alien Secrets is a thrilling science fiction adventure book for kids The book is about a Puck, a teenaged girl, who takes a haunted spaceship to Aurora Onboard Hush, a double jointed alien with a conehead, loses his prize possesion, the Soo The Soo is a shimmering crystal like object Puck and Hush, who are now friends, have some very strange encounters, including coming across one of Hush s enimies, on their journy to find the Soo The Grakk, Hush s enemy, threatened to kill anyone who tried to s [...]

    15. Caitlin on said:

      If I went back and read this I d probably find it predictable and cheesy, but as a kid it captivated me Best of all was Puck, the main character, who found friendship with an alien who wasn t just pointy ears or green skin but REALLY different, and she didn t let the prejudices of adults stop her from making her own judgments Any story with a strong, young hero is great to see Kids need to see other kids taking action and being a force for change.

    16. Snow Wolf on said:

      Fun and gripping book, even though it was written for kids I definitely got caught up in the characters, and kept wishing I could render to paper the images I saw in the descriptive environments I especially liked the interactions between Puck the main character and Hush the alien she befriends The cats that inhabit the ship which will be explained shortly into the book are amusing secondary characters too.

    17. Gen on said:

      I read this book in 8th grade and I think it s perhaps the first time I d ever read a science fiction novel I ve watched it on tv and in movies, don t kid yourself I really loved the character Puck She s funny and the story really interested me There s even ghosts tossed into this sci fi book Puck was a great character in the series and I loved this read It was simply a good read to my 13 year old self

    18. Sarah Tilatitsky on said:

      This book is great, really It got me on my nerves, and although I wasn t hanging on every single word, I was thrilled by the motion picture in my mind Puck going though the vents, climbing in space, it s kinda cool, and although space travel might be possible one day, well, it s not here yet, so, I really wish that I can go on an adventure like what Puck did Ending was pretty nice, though.

    19. Jill on said:

      This was another reread I have liked each book this author has written and this one, which targets a younger audience than her earlier two, is no exception The characters are great, the mystery has terrific suspense, and the plot is a page turner, even on a reread I would love a sequel Hush is someone I d like to meet in real life and both he and Puck have a great future ahead.

    20. Katie Roseveare on said:

      Nice adventure for young ladies Fun to have in the library Great introduction to science fiction Could d an activity on perspective retell a part from the alien s perspective, or the parents perspective.

    21. RockStar PH on said:

      I have probably read this book 6 or 7 times Its short and fast paced and well put together I first read it when I was about 10 and still pick it up every once in a while on a rainy day It has just the right balance of aliens, futuristic technology and intergalactic war.

    22. Brandon Johnson on said:

      I remember almost nothing about this book, except that I read it in elementary school and it may have been my first sci fi novel I vaguely recall that I found the name Puck unusual.Rating N A, because my memory s good, but not THAT good.

    23. Emerian Rich on said:

      Annette is an excellent writer I ve read all over her books except this one I m not much of a SciFi fan, but so far she can get me into anything Heck I read a book about circus freaks she wrote and I hate books about the circus

    24. Liana Brooks on said:

      I loved this book as a child Strong female lead a child obviously , a ship steered by the smell of birthday cake, Shakespeare references, and it is all essentially a story of friendship and helping a stranger in need.

    25. Becca Gibbs on said:

      Although I love her vampire and werewolf books, I didn t care for this one It was a major disappointment I know her books are fantasy, however, there was too much unrealistic ideas and not enough character development.

    26. Lani Ayers on said:

      Someone told me that this was the best book out of her 3 books but I was not all that impressed I still think that blood and chocolate is my fav.

    27. Noah on said:

      This book is very interesting It is about scientists who go out in the ocean to find a giant squid But, they run in to trouble Another rival scientist goes and tries to ruin everything.

    28. Vfields Don't touch my happy! on said:

      Oddly enough this is my favorite from Klause.

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