Earth & Sky
Seventeen-year-old Skylar has been haunted for as long as she can remember by fleeting yet powerful sensations that something is horribly wrong. But despite the panic attacks tormenting her, nothing ever happens, and Sky’s beginning to think she’s crazy. Then she meets a mysterious, otherworldly... show more
Seventeen-year-old Skylar has been haunted for as long as she can remember by fleeting yet powerful sensations that something is horribly wrong. But despite the panic attacks tormenting her, nothing ever happens, and Sky’s beginning to think she’s crazy. Then she meets a mysterious, otherworldly boy named Win and discovers the shocking truth her premonitions have tapped into: our world no longer belongs to us. For thousands of years, Earth has been at the mercy of alien scientists who care nothing for its inhabitants and are using us as the unwitting subjects of their time-manipulating experiments. Win belongs to a rebel faction seeking to put a stop to it, and he needs Skylar’s help--but with each shift in the past, the very fabric of reality is unraveling, and soon there may be no Earth left to save.
Pages no: 306
Edition language: English
Series: Earth & Sky Trilogy (#1)
Entertaining time travel SF read with an appealingly slow-burn romance and challenging characters. The more action-oriented outer story, a quest for parts of a weapon that will stop aliens from slowly destroying Earth via time-related experiments, ties in nicely to the MC emotional and literal journ...
Earth & Sky was a fun, easy read. This young adult story is standard fare for the genre, although I enjoyed the characters visiting historical locations. Many time travel stories feel like a heavy-handed history lesson, but not Earth & Sky. The travel concept and how the author dealt with paradoxica...
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Where to begin with this review? Megan Crewe is an author that I admire. So when I saw that she had a new book on its way, and that it was Science Fiction, I was thoroughly excited. I love Sci Fi, and I love it even more when it's done well in YA. I had high hopes! Perhaps a little too high. The b...
Let me ask you this…What would you do if you somehow ended up with the ability to feel when something in the universe changed? Like something felt so very wrong… like the placement of a plant, or the placement of a sign or building felt off somehow? And you couldn’t quite figure out why? For 17 year...