Book Review: Imminent Danger: And How to Fly Straight Into It

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Imminent Danger CoverBook: Imminent Danger: And How to Fly Straight Into It

Author: Michelle Proulx

Genre:Science-fiction, YA

Plot:Shy, bookish, seventeen year-old Eris Miller is having a bad day. Her shower runs out of hot water (which is enough to ruin my day by itself), her roommate’s hunky boyfriend catches her in nothing but a towel, and she gets abducted by aliens.

Because, you know, the best way to find out humans aren’t alone in the galaxy is by learning you’re going to be sold into slavery by a bunch of scaly, six-armed aliens with a strange obsession for the color blue.

Shortly after Eris befriends Miguri, a fellow captive, an alien whom Eris describes as “a cross between a monkey and a garden gnome,” they’re abducted again by a roguish space-pirate. Can Eris trust the handsome and charming Varrin or should she heed Miguri’s warnings that he’s a ruthless…

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About MishaBurnett

I am the author of "Catskinner's Book", a science fiction novel available on Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008MPNBNS
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One Response to Book Review: Imminent Danger: And How to Fly Straight Into It

  1. The Hook says:

    Great review!
    Awesome share!

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