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Bigfoot Galaxy: Star-Striker Kindle Edition
Star-Striker is the stunning final act in Bigfoot Galaxy.
While the wicked bigfoot leader Hanameesovenama plans First Contact with the human race, Danny and his friends race to stop the vile tangoga boss GorVit from using the star-striker weapon to destroy the Earth. The search leads to an ancient king who may hold the key to preventing the apocalypse.
Eric Kent Edstrom brings this YA science fiction trilogy to a breathtaking final act in a book packed with thriller paced plot and characters loved by readers around the world.
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From the Author
- ASIN : B00AQABZXA
- Publisher : Undermountain Books LLC (December 18, 2012)
- Publication date : December 18, 2012
- Language : English
- File size : 2833 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 252 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,457,273 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The characters that we have followed through the saga continue to grow as individuals. They face the hardest tasks and challenges so far and all rise to the challenge. Many times they have to weigh the greater good against what is best for them and (for the most part) rise to the challenge. This is true for the humans, the People, and all of the other races found in these worlds. Of course, there are individuals from each race that are "bad to the bone" but they are dealt with and everything is saved. We also learn that "unintelligent" species are not necessarily so unintelligent.
Due to Edstrom's grasp of the English language and his amazing descriptions the worlds that we visit in this installment come to life. I feel like I have travelled the galaxy with the characters, visiting each and every stop on their travels. The intensity of the various events is also portrayed very clearly through Edstrom's words. His story flows very fluidly from event to event and from scene to scene. This novel is so well written that you never have to stop and wonder what is going on. I thoroughly e
njoy the fact that Edstrom uses language that is fitting for a young adult novel. He never dumbs down what he is saying, assuming that his audience will not understand the vocabulary that he chooses. Neither does he revert to using vocabulary that will involve the constant use of a dictionary to decipher. He sticks to a middle road that is perfect for his chosen audience. The dialogue within the novel is also impeccable. The speech of each individual is tailored to fit them perfectly. Teenagers speak like teenagers. If English is someone's second language that is apparent in their speech patterns.
All in all, the final installment in the Undermountain Saga was some interstellar awesomeness. It does leave me with one burning question, however. What size shoes do the People wear?
Hunameesovenama "Shaggy" wanted to them to show themselves to the humans.
Danny thought they should be concentrating on Gorvit. Coming out to the humans wouldn't make a much difference if Gorvit used Starkiller to destroy the Earth's sun.
Shaggy's plan was to evacuate the VIP humans to the planet Hoo, where they could be bred like cattle.
But Danny had his own plan. He would have to be secretive and sly if he was to accomplish it.
Breyona awoke and Tog helped her get up. He was there to help with her plan to escape. He had to remind her that when she jumped off a wall, they had brought her back in a Breyona body, just like she wanted. But she was also Nefertiti. They were on the planet Hoo and Breyona's plan was for Tog to help her teleport back to Earth.
Danny didn't know who he could trust, but he would need help. He couldn't do this alone. If they were going to escape, they needed to do it now.
5 STARS - Would Buy It For Them (lol)
The covers are out of this world amazing. Eric Kent Edstrom has the ability to create extravagant worlds with his vivid imagination. His excellent writing makes it easy to travel the Universe with Danny and his friends. They have traveled from planet to planet and back again. They have encountered unimaginable horrors and creatures beyond description.
I enjoyed every minute of it. I got lost as I teleported with Danny, wondering how WE were going to save Earth and humankind from destruction. Danny is my favorite character and when you read the books, you will know why. He never waivers in doing what he thinks needs to be done, no matter the risk to himself.
The characters have everything you would want - bravery, treachery, love, hate, loyalty, friendship, heroism, egotism and selflessness. Keep in mind the characters leading these extraordinary adventures are a group of normal teenagers, thrust from their world into a world so foreign, they could never in their (or my) wildest dreams come up with Eric's world.
What do you expect aliens from another planet to look like?
How technologically advanced do you think they would be?
I received the books of the The Undermountain Saga (Undermountain, Afterlife and Starkiller) in return for honest and unbaised reviews. I was more than happy to share my thoughts and feelings of such an amazing series.
Starkiller (The Undermountain Saga #3)