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#42: Aoléon The #MartianGirl (Part 1) by Brent LeVasseur

Crop circles magically appear in Farmer Johnson’s field. A mysterious light sweeps over the night sky and awakens Farmer Johnson and Gilbert, the boy next door. 

Curious, Gilbert ventures out to discover the source of the light and stumbles into a beautiful Martian girl sitting in a crop circle. Farmer Johnson also investigates the strange light, and thinking that Gilbert and Aoléon are vandals, he chases them. But they sprint to Aoléon’s saucer and escape only to be pursued by the U.S. Air Force. 

Gilbert has never been attacked by swarms of giant killer robots. Never met strange aliens from other worlds. Never skyboarded across a megalopolis hidden deep inside an extinct volcano. Never trekked across a vast Martian desert. And never been eaten alive by a gigantic slor (well, almost never, unless you count Billy the fat bully at school). 

And luckily, he has never ever confronted an evil ruler of Mars bent on conquering the Earth to steal its cows. 

Never...until now! 

This may be the adventure Gilbert always wished for. 

If only he can survive.



  • Kindle: 16311 KB
  • Print Length: 125 pages
  • Publisher: Aoléon Press (January 31, 2015)
  • ASIN: B00QVB9Q7K





Mr. LeVasseur enjoys crafting good stories based on lovable characters designed to translate well to multiple media formats such as books, games, movies, and toys. He lives in New York when he is not commuting between Southern California and Olympus Mons, Mars. His hobbies include writing, 3D animation, musical composition, and intergalactic space travel. He also enjoys various sports such as skiing, running, and exospheric skydiving.



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REVIEW:
I want a moog!
What a delightful story! This coming from someone who isn't into sci-fi much... but this story is great! It has digitally animated photos to accompany this galactic adventure. They bring the story to life, when you see the scene played out.
Aoléon is a groovy martian. I love the dynamic between her and Gilbert. She is very mischievous but a lot of fun too.
That's the kind of stuff the kids love and keep glued to. The parents will like the book too, but they are more happy with the assurance their children are reading age-appropriate adventures. These will excite and not frighten.
I actually look forward to the second part. What will happen now Gilbert has left Earth?

5/5

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Comments

  1. LOL I want one too! I adore this series and I'm thrilled you loved this one. You have so much more fun and stunning pictures coming in the other four books! I was sorry to reach the end.

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  2. Thanks! I am in the process of designing a Zoot plush toy. (Zoot is Aoleon's pet moog)

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